Caribbean countries slated to reopen for the summer

Caribbean

It seems that a paradise-like island vacation is in the cards this year as many countries in the Caribbean are in various stages of reopening. Meanwhile, some countries are already opened to tourists.

Most of the Caribbean countries are planning to reopen for international tourism just in time for the summer, which is the region’s peak season. Moreover, more countries in various continents are easing their travel restrictions allowing people to travel.

Below is the list of Caribbean countries and their reopening dates:

US Virgin Islands: June 1

Antigua and Barbuda:  June 4

St. Lucia: June 4

Turks and Caicos: June 5

Aruba:  June 15

Jamaica: June 15

St. Barth: June 22

Bahamas: July 1

Barbados: July 1

Bermuda: July 1

Bonaire: July 1

Dominican Republic: July 1

Puerto Rico: July 15

Cuba: Late August

Cayman Islands: September 1

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