Bermuda is set to ease its travel protocols starting March 7. 

The Atlantic island will require all visitors to show proof of full vaccination and a negative test (either antigen or PCR) within two days before arriving on the island. 

Full vaccination is a change from the island’s existing rules, which had effectively required a booster shot for most travelers. 

Now, any travelers who received their second dose more than 14 days before travel can enter the island. 

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You can see it from St Maarten. 

It’s there across the blue, rocky and enticing, a mountainous mystery in plain sight. 

And while most travelers to St Maarten have probably seen it, far fewer have been there. 

It’s still one of the Caribbean’s best-kept secrets: Saba, the Dutch Caribbean island called the “Unspoiled Queen.”

And while the charming island’s hiking, culture, diving and art make it terrific for an extended vacation, it’s also the perfect day trip from nearby St Maarten. 
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The Dominican Republic is aiming to welcome more than 7 million tourists in 2022, according to the country’s Tourism Minister, David Collado.

That would be an all-time record for the country, and easily the largest total in the wider Caribbean region. 

The destination had a strong month in January, with more than 500,000 travelers coming to its shores — although it will have to do even better than that to meet the 7 million mark. 

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It’s always been one of the most sought-after little islands in the Caribbean: pristine Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands. 

And while the island is best known for developments like Oil Nut Bay and the new iteration of the Bitter End Yacht Club, there’s another new addition to the island: an inn. 

It’s called the Inn at Cornucopia, and it’s an ultra-boutique adults-only inn that’s the brainchild of BVI-based Blue Door Estates. 

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The Cayman Islands Government has begun rolling out the agenda for the celebrations that will take place here to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Princess Elizabeth, then 25 years old, acceded to the throne 70 years ago, on 6 February 1952, becoming Queen Elizabeth II. Now 95 years old, she is the longest-reigning British monarch.

Queen Victoria, also from 1876 the Empress of India, inherited the throne at just 18 years old and was monarch of an expanding British Empire for 63 years and seven months, longer than any previous British monarch, until her death in 1901 at age 81. Her Diamond Jubilee was celebrated in 1897.

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