Condé Nast Traveller updates on Caribbean Nations Reopening

by Vivian Roe

More Caribbean islands are reopening this summer and announcing how they’ll do this safely. At CC&L, our aim is to share the latest updates on these, along with news from our Belize.

Belize’s international airport is currently slated to open its doors on 15 August. International visitors, including American travelers, will be welcome. In preparation for this, we have included all you need to know on Belize’s guidelines here.

Requirements to Enter

These include COVID-19 testing prior to or at arrival, the introduction of a Belize Health App and the Tourism Gold Standard Certificate of Recognition.

In addition to Belize, more Caribbean islands are slowly and cautiously reopening to tourism. Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Jamaica and the U.S Virgin Islands have already reopened. Meanwhile, Puerto Rico and Turks & Caicos are set to reopen later this month.

Like Belize, in order to keep visitors and the country safe, each island has created new guidelines. These range from COVID-19 tests on entry, to where and if you need to wear masks and what hotels and restaurants are doing to keep you safe.

This article by Condé Nast Traveller outlines exactly what to expect from each if you’re planning to travel this summer.

Read the full article here.

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