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A Quick Updated Guide to Caribbean Travel During COVID:19

17 Aug

A Quick Updated Guide to Caribbean Travel During COVID:19 

Reports here in July 2021 are saying that the resurgence of COVID-19 is being felt worldwide. And we all know travel increases those chances. That said, we have all been feeling restless and ready to travel again. The warning here is to stay home if you are unvaccinated. But if you have received the vaccination, travel is an option, with a few rules and protocols to follow. 

Diving Back Into Travel 

You see, the Caribbean region has 13 independent nations and more overseas territories. And what travelers need to be aware of is the protocol for each place before planning their trip. Additionally, it is essential to consider the hurricane season, which will be around through November 30. As a quick note, the more southern the island, the lower chance of hurricane interruption you will have. 

To make it easy, here are 10 of the islands that are currently welcoming vacationers. 

  1. Aruba offers sunny days and plenty of beachfront relaxation. 
  2. The Bahamas has 700 islands in the chain for all to partake in fun in the sun. 
  3. Barbados is rich in history, beaches, and rum. 
  4. Cuba welcomes vacationers with romantic charm and charisma. 
  5. Curacao is famous for coral reefs and more. 
  6. The Dominican Republic offers top-rated beaches and lively resorts. 
  7. Jamaica is the place to dance the night away in dancehalls or enjoy waterfalls and beaches. 
  8. Puerto Rico has the rainforest to accompany its beaches and casinos. 
  9. Turks and Caicos is a British territory with a low-key vibe, music, and of course, the beaches. 
  10. The US Virgin Islands encompassing St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John, all offer different experiences for diving, golfing, dining, and beaching visitors. 

The best practice here would be to contact each location to learn the protocol, testing, quarantine, and insurance rules for each. But the good news is, travel is available again. So, get out there and enjoy the Caribbean again, safely and responsibly. 


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