French Polynesia, Caribbean Islands Closing Its Borders to All Tourists
French Polynesia and islands in the French Caribbean have closed their borders as new coronavirus variants surge around the world. French Polynesia, which boasts overwater bungalows and brilliant aqua water over 118 Islands, including Tahiti and Bora Bora, will cut off travel from all countries on Feb. 3, according to Tahiti Tourisme.
BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS REOPENING FOR TOURISM
The paradisal British Virgin Islands have re-opened their borders to international tourists for the first time since March. A popular yachting destination comprised of over 60 islands set in a volcanic archipelago, the news is sure to be welcomed by travelers and those who live on the islands alike as the country looks to restart its tourism sector following Hurricane Irma and the pandemic.
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