If you have kids, particularly younger ones, you know that a waterpark is one of the best amenities a resort can offer.

And now one of the Cayman Islands’ top resorts has added precisely that. 

It’s called SPLASH at Seafire, with water-filled play areas designed for “children of all ages and abilities,” according to the resort. 

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In a major shift, the British Virgin Islands has removed pre-testing requirements for travelers, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

That means travelers no longer have to show proof of a negative test to enter the British overseas territory. 

Travelers are also no longer required to be screened upon arrival for Covid, according to the latest health update from the destination. 

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Cayman national carrier Cayman Airways is launching a major new nonstop route this fall, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

Beginning Nov. 5, the carrier will be kicking off nonstop flights between Los Angeles and Grand Cayman. 

The flights mean a nonstop trip from California to Cayman in less than six hours. 

Los Angeles becomes the fifth U.S. city from which Cayman Airways provides service, joining existing flights to Cayman from Miami, New York, Tampa and Denver. 

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Cayman Airways will begin offering weekly non-stop flights from Grand Cayman to Los Angeles, California, as part of a renewed effort to expand the islands’ reach into the western North American market.

Tourism Minister Kenneth Bryan, who announced the new route at a press briefing on 7 July, noted that while the flight itself might not bring much profitability for the national flag carrier, the knock-on financial implications on the stayover tourism industry made it extremely worthwhile.

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