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It’s always been a rarefied, exclusive beach destination; and as more and more travelers seek seclusion and privacy amid the pandemic, the Turks and Caicos Islands is seeing a surge in villa rentals. 

And with top Caribbean villa destinations like St Barth currently closed (although that’s likely to change soon), travelers are increasingly looking to the luxurious sands of Providenciales. 

“A vacation in the Turks and Caicos islands is a great option right now, and renting a private villa is the ideal way to enjoy the destination and stay safe,” says Stiles Bennet, president of WIMCO Villas. “There are direct flights from many US hubs, everyone who visits is required to produce a negative test result so you know everyone on the plane recently tested negative, and there are very few cases on the island.”

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The leading all-inclusive in Grand Bahama is set to reopen this month, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The Lighthouse Pointe all-inclusive at the Grand Lucayan resort complex will reopen to guests on March 25. 

The Freeport-area resort has a total of 196 guest rooms, along with a Senses Spa and Fitness Center and four eateries: Portobello’s, Pizzeria Capri, Aroma Café and Waves Bar & Grill. 

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American Airlines has added another new route to the Turks and Caicos Islands, Caribbean Journalhas learned. 

The carrier has kicked off its newest route to the British Overseas Territory with new flights from Chicago O’Hare to Providenciales. 

The flight is operating once weekly on Saturdays, the Turks and Caicos Tourist Board confirmed. 

Even amid the pandemic, American Airlines continues to add new flights across the region, a push buoyed by its new alliance with JetBlue Airways.

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Low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines has kicked off its Caribbean expansion out of Miami with new flights to St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. 

The new nonstop Miami-St Thomas flights are operating five times each week, with service on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays. 

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