Caribbean Travel News
Black Immigrant Daily News
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 27, 2022: Here are the top stories making Caribbean travel news in 60 seconds for this week ending May 27, 2022:
The U.S. State Department Is Warning Americans To Reconsider travel to Jamaica due to crime There.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Has added Montserrat, Belize, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and The Bahamas as high-risk travel destinations for COVID-19.
Sandals Resort says Carbon Monoxide detectors will be placed in all resorts after autopsy and toxicology reports show carbon monoxide poisoning was the cause of death for three Americans found dead in Exuma earlier this month.
As of This Week, Barbados Will No Longer Require fully vaccinated travellers to do a pre-flight COVID-19 test to enter the island.
Come June 1st, Trinidad and Tobago will lift its Travel Pass Rule meaning unvaxxed persons can enter with a negative PCR or antigen test taken within 48 hours of travel.
First Asking $125 Million, Jeffrey Epstein’s Caribbean Islands are Now Available for $55 Million Each. Buyers can purchase Great St. James and Little St. James together for a discounted $110 million.
TUI Airways has relaunched its service between London and Aruba. The service is operating once weekly – on Wednesdays – between London Gatwick and Aruba.
And an eco campaigner, who has raised thousands of pounds for charity, is thought to be the first person to swim around Grand Cayman non-stop. Oly Rush, 37, completed the 95.5km (59.3 miles) swim around the Caribbean island in 36 hours and 59 minutes. He said the “absolutely brutal” challenge was “the hardest thing” he has completed.