PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Travellers to Trinidad and Tobago will not require a negative COVID-19 test to enter the twin-island republic from Friday.
NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS – Baha Mar, the Caribbean’s leading integrated luxury resort of choice located in Nassau, The Bahamas, is thrilled to announce the first The Bahamas Culinary & Arts Festival at Baha Mar, taking place October 21-23, 2022. Establishing Baha Mar as the premier culinary and art destination in the Caribbean, the three-day food and culture festival will be headlined by internationally renowned and celebrated chefs including Marcus Samuelsson of Marcus at Baha Mar Fish + Chop House, Daniel Boulud of Café Boulud, and Dario Cecchini of Carna, who will be joined by TV personality and culinary maven Amanda Freitag along with author and restauranteur Carla Hall, as well as Bahamian culinary artisan, event curator and chef, Simeon Hall Jr.
Willemstad, Curaçao - Sandals Resorts marked its venture into the vibrant culture and colors of the Dutch Caribbean with an enchanting Grand Opening Celebration at Sandals Royal Curaçao headlined by the island’s most captivating performers – including the highly anticipated return of Carnival to the destination for the first time in three years. Brilliantly bringing to life the newly opened resort’s tagline, Where Amazing Comes Together, the weekend’s events began on Friday, June 24th, with a welcome by Sandals Resorts’ Executive Chairman, Adam Stewart, followed by the sounds of the Kachu horn as the sun set over the resort company’s new home in Curaçao.
Charlestown, Nevis – Once home to a vibrant sugar trade, the island of Nevis is now known for generating something even sweeter – mangoes. Following the shuttering of the last sugar mills in the 1930s, this picture-perfect paradise turned its focus to tourism. Asserting a vigilant approach to development, however, Nevis has remained true to its roots. Here, visitors can savor the essence of barefoot luxury and an authentic island lifestyle, not found elsewhere in the Caribbean.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica’s Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett, says a single-visa regime among CARICOM countries should be the next critical consideration in rationalizing entry protocols in the region as the island projects welcoming approximately 800,000 visitors for the this year’s summer period.
WILLEMSTAD, CURAÇAO - Haute fashion meets hospitality, as Sandals Resorts continues its 40th Anniversary celebrations by commissioning renowned fashion designer Stan Herman to reimagine the uniforms across its illustrious resort portfolio. A tribute to the Team Members forming the soul of the guest experience for four decades and counting, the inaugural “Anniversary Collection” debuted at the June 1 opening of Sandals Royal Curaçao, another fascinating milestone as the brand makes its first venture into the Dutch Caribbean.
TORTOLA, British Virgin Islands – The British Virgin Islands (BVI) government says as of Wednesday, persons traveling to the British Overseas Territory, regardless of vaccination status, will no longer need to register for entry clearance and will also not be required to show proof of travel insurance.
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