The British Virgin Islands is officially reopening for international tourism in December, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The beloved Caribbean archipelago will reopen to visitors on Dec. 1, according to British Virgin Islands Premier Andrew A. Fahie. 

“The Territory has two full months to prepare and we as a people must get it right and we must get it done by all working together, both the Government and  private sector,” Fahie said. 

Fahie said the BVI’s government intended to reopen the BVI in the “safest way possible, using science and technology as a guide.”

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Jamaica Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett has “cautious optimism” for what a potential “major upturn” in visitor arrivals this upcoming winter tourist season, he said this week. 

At the end of February 2020, Jamaica had reported a 5.5 percent increase in visitor arrivals compared to the same period in 2019, or about 1.25 million visitors. 

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No other destination in the world is as closely associated with all-inclusive resorts as  Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. The beach destination on the east coast of the Dominican Republic hosts around 5 million visitors in a typical year, and dozens of its 100-plus resort hotels are all-inclusives where you’ll pay one price for your room, meals, and most drinks, activities, and entertainment.

Not all of the resorts in Punta Cana have reopened in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, but you can Click Here to see 15 Punta Cana all-inclusive hotels that are welcoming you back to the beaches of Punta Cana, Cap Cana, and Bavaro right now.

After a little over a month of closure, the United States Virgin Islands is reopening for tourism once again, Caribbean Journal has confirmed. 

US Virgin Islands Tourism Commissioner Joseph Boschulte confirmed to Caribbean Journal that the destination would be reopening for leisure tourism on Sept. 19. 

The US Virgin Islands’ USVI Update website said hotel and accommodations providers, including charter vessels, can now already take new leisure travel reservations. 

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