The Caribbean Island of Bonaire Is Now Open for Tourism
The Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire has reopened its borders for tourism from its key source markets of the United States and Canada, the Tourism Corporation Bonaire said this week. Crucially, all United States and Canadian visitors must first fly to Curaçao as the island is maintaining a ban on direct flights from the US to Bonaire through mid-November.
French St Martin Is Now Open for Tourism
The French side of St Martin is now officially open for tourism, Caribbean Journal has confirmed. The destination quietly reopened to both European and non-European tourists, including those from the United States. “You will be hosted in completely safe conditions in the various accommodations on the French side of St Martin,” St Martin’s tourism agency said in a statement. “They are ready and waiting for you — you have been missed.” St Martin
Coronavirus: Can Canadians travel to Europe?
Question: Monica: “Can Canadians travel to Europe, particularly Poland? What are the rules, restrictions, [and] any changes in procedures?” Answer: As of July 1, Canadians are among 14 nationalities allowed to travel to Europe’s Schengen Area for up to 90 days wi