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One of the Caribbean’s top diving and snorkeling destinations has gotten a makeover. 

The iconic Grenada Underwater Sculpture Park has recently completed a renovation project, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The park, envisioned by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor includes 82 different life-sized sculptures that reflect Grenada’s culture. 

That includes the famous Vicissitudes, a circle of 28 figures cast from local Grenadian children lined by holding hands. 

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Caribbean Airlines is set to relaunch one of its most popular routes. 

The Trinidad-based carrier will restart service between Port of Spain, Trinidad and Kingston, Jamaica on Dec. 1, the company confirmed. 

The flights will operate on Wednesdays and Fridays. 

“Caribbean Airlines is delighted to restart direct service between Port of Spain, Trinidad and Kingston, Jamaica,” the company said in a statement. 

In a statement, the flights were timed to facilitate same-day onward connections to Nassau, The Bahamas and other destinations in the wider region. 

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The Cayman Islands border will reopen on 20 Nov., Premier Wayne Panton announced Friday afternoon.

At that point, all quarantine requirements will be lifted for most vaccinated travellers entering the jurisdiction as the island moves to Phase 4 of government’s reopening plan.

The much-anticipated announcement, made at a government press briefing, paves the way for visitors to return to the islands.

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It’s back. 

The long-awaited return of the beloved Saba Rock private-island resort in The British Virgin Islands is here. 

The boutique private island resort officially reopened this week in the heart of the North Sound of Virgin Gorda. 

“Our doors are open and our resort is ready to welcome you,” Saba Rock said in a statement. 

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St Maarten will soon begin waiving pre-testing requirements for fully vaccinated travelers, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

Beginning Nov. 1, fully vaccinated visitors will no longer require a test, antigen or PCR, to enter St Maarten. 

It’s a major change for the destination, and St Maarten is now the only Caribbean destination to waive testing requirements for the fully vaccinated. 

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