CURAÇAO HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM – ALL COUNTRIES WELCOME
After being closed for international tourism for months, Curaçao is happy to announce they have now reopened and are accepting tourists from all countries. Curaçao lifted entry bans and started welcoming tourists on June 12, 2020, adding more countries to the list July 1 and finally opening to all countries on January 1st, 2021.
American tourists are banned from Europe, but not these countries
The good news, at least for Americans with wanderlust: U.S. passport holders can still visit multiple countries in the Caribbean, many states in Mexico (though its land border remains closed), and several farther-flung locales. Canada remains on the no-entry list.
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.