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Apr 2021

As you may have noticed, we have changed the layout of our homepage and the functionality of our property search to make finding your perfect Caribbean home even easier! If you have any problems, questions, or feedback on the new look, click here to contact us. Thank you for using Kayifi!

Mar 2021

Coming Soon! Kayifi Vacation Rentals. List your short-term and vacation rental properties. Contact us for more information and to be updated!

Nov 2020

Kayifi Outreach is coming Soon! At Kayifi, we recognize the importance of Caribbean youth as a pillar of the future of the islands. We are excited to introduce a new program: Kayifi Outreach, aimed at giving Caribbean youth knowledge, resources, and tools integral to their success. Check out the following links for more information!

Welcome to Kayifi Outreach! (blog)

Introductory Video (includes signup form)

Facebook Group

Aug 2020

Kayifi is looking for featured agents! Please view the featured agent section of our FAQ to find out how you can be on the front page of Kayifi!

Aug 2020

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Jun 2020

KAYIFI is looking for guest bloggers! We are in search of any agent that currently creates blogs and are willing to share their views on the real estate market. If your blog is approved, it will be published on our website and you will be an agent of the month and have your listings highlighted on social media platforms. Contact us for more details!

Mar 2020

Have questions about Kayifi? Kayifi has added a new tab for anyone who has any questions with us.

Mar 2020

Kayifi has added Agents of the Month! Congratulations to Yuberquis Almonte for becoming our Agent of the Month. Please contact us to find out how you can become agent of the month.

Feb 2020

Kayifi has added Featured Agents to be shown on our home page. These are a few of Kayifi’s superstars. To become a Kayifi featured agent, please check the FAQ tab.

Tutorials Section

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Caribbean News

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Many Caribbean Countries Now Rank "Low" on CDC's COVID-19 Travel Risk Advisory 

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recently moved the Caribbean countries of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Saint Barthélemy, and Turks and Caicos to the lowest risk COVID-19 travel advisory, Level 1 (cnn.com). Caribbean destinations already in the lowest risk category include Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Sint Eustatius, and the Cayman Islands (cnn.com). 

The CDC has four COVID-19 threat levels. The CDC advises getting vaccinated at each level, but its guidance varies by how severe the pandemic is in each country (cnn.com).  

CDC's Four-Level System  

Level 4: Very high level of COVID-19 

  • Avoid travel to this destination. 

Level 3: High level of COVID-19 

  • Make sure you are fully vaccinated before travel. 
  • Unvaccinated travelers should avoid nonessential travel to this destination. 

Level 2: Moderate level of COVID-19 

  • Make sure you are fully vaccinated before travel. 
  • Unvaccinated travelers at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19 should avoid nonessential travel to this destination. If you must travel and have concerns, talk to your doctor. 

Level 1: Low level of COVID-19 

  • Make sure you are fully vaccinated before traveling to this destination. 

According to the CDC, in determining a country's risk level, the primary criteria are:  

Destinations with Populations over 100,000  

  1. Incidence rate (cumulative new cases over the past 28 days per 100,000 population) 
    1. Level 4: more than 500 cases  
    2. Level 3: 100 to 500 cases  
    3. Level 2: 50 to 99 cases 
    4. Level 1: less than 50 cases  
  2. New case trajectory (Have daily new cases increased, decreased, or remained stable over the past 28 days?) 

Destinations with Populations of 100,000 or Fewer 

  1. COVID-19 case counts (cumulative new cases over past 28 days) 
    1. Level 4: more than 500 cases  
    2. Level 3: 100 to 500 cases 
    3. Level 2: 50 to 99 cases 
    4. Level 1: less than 50 cases  
  2. New case trajectory (Have daily new cases increased, decreased, or remained stable over the past 28 days?) 

As a tourism-dependent region, Caribbean countries continue to make strides in keeping their COVID-19 numbers down and their nations as safe as possible for visitors and residents.  









Michelle Warner

Michelle Warner is an award-winning writer and editor. She is a published poet and has worked in the book publishing industry. She has an MFA in creative writing from The University of Arizona.

Written by: Michelle Warner

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Caribbean Acknowledgement:

The Island of Puerto Rico

The treasures await those ready to travel to the “Heart and Soul of the Caribbean.” Puerto Rico is a small island located in the Greater Antilles. With its 3.2 million residents, the island is big on culture and rhythm. In the six regions of the island, visitors are sure to be captivated by the kindness of the people, the sun-kissed beaches, and all the natural wonders the island has to offer.

El Yunque National Forest is an enchanting experience for all who venture out to explore. In fact, it is the only tropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest Service. The trails, waterfalls, and the beauty of raw nature will refresh the soul and elicit the imagination.

There are three Bioluminescent Bays located in Puerto Rico and only five in the whole world. The “glow in the dark” waters amaze and awaken the child within us all.

With just over 270 miles of sand and sun, the beaches in Puerto Rico are among the best in the Caribbean. There is something for all types of vacationers on the stunning beaches of Puerto Rico for nature hikes, water sports, and relaxation.

Join the people of Puerto Rico and experience the best Puerto Rico offers in culture and history. Catch a weekend festival celebrating the island. Or stop in for a plate full of fried plantains. Then dig into juicy, slow-roasted pork with a side of rice and beans. Top dishes include mofongo, piones, pasteles, tostones, coquito, tembleque, and arroz con gandules.

And please don’t forget to add the neighborhood of Santurce with its colorful culture, art, and food hubs. Explore Old San Juan for the 500-year-old buildings and brilliant architecture and La Parguera for outdoor adventure.

To learn more about the COVID-19 testing requirements for Puerto Rico, simply follow this link.

CITED: discoverpuertorico.com wikepedia.com


Sunni Baerwalde


Written by: Sunni Baerwalde

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