Nationals of China have been granted access to enter and remain in the British Virgin Islands for business and tourism related matters only, for a period of less than six months without the need for a visa.

This augments further the decision made on September 1, 2016, when the British Virgin Islands (BVI) visa exemption policy went into effect.

Through this policy, foreign nationals of a country, including Chinese nationals who held a visa from United Kingdom, United States of America or Canada were allowed to enter the territory for business or tourism, without need for a BVI visa.

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It’s home to great beaches, world-class rum and one of the most beautiful historic cities in the Caribbean.

And while the US Virgin Island of St Croix has long tended to stay under-the-radar as a tourism destination, it’s now pushing itself onto the tourism map with a major new driving force: food.

Thanks to the efforts of local producers and a collection of talented, mostly young Chefs, St Croix is quickly becoming a Caribbean culinary hotspot.

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Air Canada is continuing its renewed Caribbean push with an expansion to the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao, Curaçao Airport Partners announced.

The carrier will add a third nonstop service to Curaçao during the upcoming 2018-2019 winter season.

That will mean a weekly total of 566 seats from Canada to Curaçao, including one flight per week from Montreal to Curaçao on Air Canada.

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