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All the Caribbean destinations that are starting to welcome US travelers again

INSIDER Logo By mhumphries@businessinsider.com (Monica Humphries) of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 16: Many Caribbean destinations are searching for ways to reopen to tourists safely.About a dozen islands are currently welcoming American tourists under certain conditions. For example, many islands require travelers to bring negative coronavirus test or undergo a mandatory quarantine. Travelers should research the destination beforehand since rules and regulations are constantly changing. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends avoiding all nonessential international travel during this time. If you decide to travel, follow the CDC's recommendations in its Global COVID-19 Pandemic Notice.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.From tropical rainforests to pink-sand beaches, the hundreds of islands across the Caribbean entice millions of tourists every year. That was all put on pause in March when countries and territories closed their borders and waved goodbye to the final tourists leaving their islands.For the next few months, local governments debated and planned how to reopen borders safely for incoming travelers — and many have struggled to find a balance between the health of their residents and keeping their tourism economies afloat.Some islands have already begun welcoming tourists back, often requiring them to bring negative COVID-19 tests, complete health scans, and even quarantine. Here are the destinations across the Caribbean that are open to US travelers. Read the original article on Insider

All the Caribbean destinations that are starting to welcome US travelers again

  • Many Caribbean destinations are searching for ways to reopen to tourists safely.
  • About a dozen islands are currently welcoming American tourists under certain conditions. For example, many islands require travelers to bring negative coronavirus test or undergo a mandatory quarantine. 
  • Travelers should research the destination beforehand since rules and regulations are constantly changing. 
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends avoiding all nonessential international travel during this time. If you decide to travel, follow the CDC's recommendations in its Global COVID-19 Pandemic Notice.  
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

From tropical rainforests to pink-sand beaches, the hundreds of islands across the Caribbean entice millions of tourists every year. 

That was all put on pause in March when countries and territories closed their borders and waved goodbye to the final tourists leaving their islands.

For the next few months, local governments debated and planned how to reopen borders safely for incoming travelers — and many have struggled to find a balance between the health of their residents and keeping their tourism economies afloat.

Some islands have already begun welcoming tourists back, often requiring them to bring negative COVID-19 tests, complete health scans, and even quarantine. 

Here are the destinations across the Caribbean that are open to US travelers. 

Read the original article on Insider
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