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The Bahamas has long been one of the premier golf destinations in the wider region, from Tiger Woods’ annual Hero World Challenge to the LPGA’s longtime Pure Silk Classic to the Korn Ferry Tour’s Bahamas Great Abaco Classic at the Abaco Club on Winding Bay.

And amid the pandemic, the country is taking its golf expertise to the virtual world.

On Sept. 2, The Bahamas will host the first ever Islands of The Bahamas Virtual Shootout, bringing together top LPGA personalities and golf professionals in a YouTube closest-to-the-pin competition.

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Welcome to Work from Bermuda.

If you are working remotely from home, please take the opportunity to explore the option of working remotely from Bermuda for the next year. Bermuda is safe, Bermuda is friendly, Bermuda is close and Bermuda is beautiful.

As a holder of a residential certificate you will be a long-term visitor in Bermuda and we are ready to share our vibrant culture and unique brand of hospitality to cure the Coronavirus blues. No need to be trapped in your apartment in a densely populated city with the accompanying restrictions and high risk of infection; come spend the year with us working or coding on the water.

Click Here to find out more on The Bermuda Government website


On Aug. 1 St Maarten officially reopened its borders to travelers from the United States, following a July relaunch to Canadian and European tourists and private aviation. 

It should be noted that only St Maarten, the Dutch side of the island, is open to Americans and all other travelers; 

Saint Martin, the French side, has closed its borders to the Dutch side — meaning U.S. visitors are not able to visit the French side of the island right now. 

Most crucially, all travelers to St Maarten must show proof of a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of their travel date to St Maarten.

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The Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba is officially back open for tourism, following a phased source market approach that first kicked off with regional and European travelers and last month included a reopening for travelers from the United States. 

So how do you actually travel to Aruba right now? Click Here to find out more in the article on Caribbean Journal


The US Virgin Islands, which reopened for tourism last month and has updated some of its protocols for incoming visitors, has launched a new pre-screening portal for all travelers visiting the destination. 

In other words, if you’re planning to visit the US Virgin Islands, the portal is the first step. 

The goal of the new interface is to reduce the spread of COVID-19, according to the USVI Department of Tourism. 

The new portal, which can be found here, “facilitates pre-arrival processing, thereby improving efficiency, reducing delays, and providing a more seamless traveler experience,” according to a statement. 

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