Caribbean Tourism Reopening Dates Post COVID-19: A Timeline Infographic

As Caribbean destinations begin to reopen for tourism and visitors, I’ve begun to keep track of dates, whether tentative or confirmed, as well as safety measures that will be required to fly to the destination.

You can quickly refer to this infographic when you’re finally able to travel. Feel free to share this post.

It will be updated weekly, and I’ll include any additional protocols once they are revealed by the respective destinations.

As you can see, first up and confirmed for June are the US Virgin Islands as well as Antigua and Barbuda, and Saint Lucia.

Feel free to share this post and infographic below.

In the meantime, join me and my special guest next week – Geraldine Rome, in charge of US Communication and Press Relations for Martinique Tourism Authority – for the fifth episode of #COVIDCaribbean Flash Update.

Live on my Facebook Page at 11am EST.

Géraldine will tune in to update us on:

*the latest COVID-19 progress in Martinique
*how the destination is moving forward
*Plus, her detailed insider tips on sustainable nature and cultural experiences in Martinique, once you’re ready and able to travel.

There will be some fun surprises during this episode and definitely some #armchairtravel. Get your questions ready for Géraldine and dust up your armchair for some serious #MartiniqueDreaming next Tuesday. Hope to see you there!

If you missed the previous update episode on The Bahamas, you can view it here.

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