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Aruba, The Bahamas and the US Virgin Islands are among the Caribbean destinations leading the region’s tourism renaissance. 

Indeed, the Caribbean’s tourism industry is bouncing back in a big way, with some destinations approaching or even exceeding record visitor arrival numbers. 

That includes destinations like The Bahamas, the USVI, Aruba, Jamaica and, of course, the Dominican Republic, which remains the region’s most popular destination by volume. 

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The US Virgin Islands, among the biggest tourism success stories of the pandemic, has announced a major updates to its entry rules: the lifting of all restrictions for American travelers. 

That means U.S. citizens traveling from the US mainland and other territories will no longer be required to complete the US Virgin Islands Travel Screening Portal to travel to the destination. 

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If you want to stay in the middle of all the action on the north coast of Jamaica, the former fishing village of Ocho Rios is an attractive option. Home to famous Dunn’s River Falls, the Mystic Mountain adventure park with its Jamaican bobsled ride, Dolphin Cove, and Green Grotto caves — plus a lively downtown with a Margaritaville restaurant and a Scotchie’s jerk shack nearby — Ocho Rios has resorts that are short drive from attractions and dining while offering plenty of on-site fun, as well.

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The long awaited transformation of the Marriott Frenchman’s Reef property in St Thomas is slated to debut this fall. 

Aimbridge Hospitality has announced that it will be opening two new hotels in St Thomas: the Westin Beach Resort and Spa at Frenchman’s Reef and The Seaborn at Frenchman’s Reef, Autograph Collection. 

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From championship seaside golf, to tennis matches on the harbor, to inimitable experiences with marine life, there is no shortage of resort activities to discover at Atlantis. Endless thrills and adventure await in our 141-acre water park filled with water slides, river rides, 11 amazing pools and miles of white sand beaches. Explore the world's largest open-air marine habitat with over 50,000 marine animals in 15 exhibit lagoons. Snorkel, scuba, snuba, and dive or walk with sharks. Enjoy yoga, pilates, a fully equipped fitness center, unwind in our world class spa or indulge in our nightlife.

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