GUATEMALA REOPENING FOR INTERNATIONAL TOURISM ON SEPTEMBER 18
Guatemala has reopened its international airport for tourists on September 18th, 2020. The reopening was first announced by Juan Antonio Ruiz, president of the Guatemalan Airline Association, earlier on in the month. Guatemala closed it borders back in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic but it now looking to revive its tourism sector by resuming commercial flights into the country.
Kenya Reopening Borders For Tourism on August 1st
President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that Kenya will be reopening for international tourism on August 1st, 2020. The move came as pressure mounted to restart the country’s battered economy after nearly four months of covid-19 restrictions that have devastated key industries such as tourism.
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.