St Kitts and Nevis’ Model Tourism Reopening
The twin-island federation of St Kitts and Nevis officially reopened its borders for International tourism on Oct. 31, and in the last three months has helped set an example to the rest of the region on how to undertake a safe tourism reopening amid the challenges of the pandemic. To learn more, Caribbean Journal caught up with Lindsey F. P. Grant, St Kitts and Nevis’ Minister of Tourism, Transport and Ports.
Dominican Republic Updates Travel Entry Requirements
As COVID-19 vaccines become more prevalent, the Dominican Republic has announced updates to its travel entry requirements. Officials in the Dominican Republic revealed the Responsible Tourism Recovery Plan would no longer require travelers to provide a negative coronavirus test upon arrival. Instead, aleatory breath tests will be administered to between 3-15 percent of travelers arriving at airports or other ports of entry.
TUNISIA HAS REOPENED BORDERS FOR TOURISM
Tunisia is officially reopening its borders June 27, 2020 allowing tourists to enter based on a color-coded system based on risk assessment. After more than three months with its borders being locked down, Tunisia will reopen its sea, land and air borders to select tourists starting on June 27th.