St Croix might be your best bet if you’re thinking about heading to the U.S. Virgin Islands soon after the U.S. territory officially reopened to visitors on June 1.

Of the three islands in the USVI — St Thomas, St Croix, and St John — St. Croix has the most hotels currently open, including such prominent properties as the Hotel Caravelle, The Buccaneer, Sand Castle on the Beach, and The Fred, among others.

In fact, St Croix is the rare Caribbean destination with more hotels open than closed.

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Southwest Airlines is planning to relaunch a number of routes as the Caribbean begins opening up once again for tourism, the carrier said. 

While the launches are dependent on each individual destination’s reopening plans, Southwest Airlines said it would be resuming service to destinations in both Mexico and the Caribbean. 

For now, Southwest plans to resume service to Havana, Cuba; Montego Bay, Jamaica; and Nassau, The Bahamas beginning July 1. 

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Delta is planning a relaunch of a number of its Caribbean flight routes in June, Caribbean Journalhas learned. 

After operating just a handful of routes to the Caribbean in May, Delta Air Lines is planning to operate a total of 16 flights to the wider region next month. 

It should be noted that some of the destinations have not yet announced official tourism reopenings (Saint Lucia just announced an official reopening of tourism for June 4).

With the exception of three routes from New York, all of the service is being operated out of Delta’s hub in Atlanta. 

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