ProColombia Celebrates 30 Years

ProColombia Celebrates 30 Years

Photo: ProColombia’s Vice President of Tourism, Gilberto Salcedo Rivero & Vice President of the Hispanic American International Chamber of Commerce, Mariana Henriquez IQ Inc, publishers of Caribbean American Weekly, The Immigrant’s Journal, and Workers’ World Today, was honored to have been invited by ProColombia, the government entity responsible for promoting exports, tourism, and foreign investment, […]

Angela Simmons Loves This Black-Owned St. Lucia Resort so Much, She’s Giving Away a 5-Night Stay

Angela Simmons Loves This Black-Owned St. Lucia Resort so Much, She’s Giving Away a 5-Night Stay

Angela Simmons attends backstage for runway collection by Zang Toi at Mercedes-Benz Spring/Summer 2012 Fashion Week on September 13, 2011 in New York City. (Shutterstock) By Amara Amaryah, TravelNoire Angela Simmons is collaborating with Stonefield Villa Resort in St. Lucia to offer one lucky winner a 5-night stay in the Caribbean.  The giveaway offers the […]

Who’s In? Who’s Out? The Ethics of COVID-19 Travel Rules

Who’s In? Who’s Out? The Ethics of COVID-19 Travel Rules

By Nancy S. Jecker & Caesar Atuire, The Conversation Omicron, the latest COVID-19 variant dubbed a “variant of concern” by the World Health Organization, has prompted new travel restrictions in many nations. Although little is known about omicron, scientists have expressed concern that it may be more transmissible or vaccine-resistant than previous variants. On Nov. […]

New CDC Guidelines for International Travel Expected Amid Spread of Omicron Variant

New CDC Guidelines for International Travel Expected Amid Spread of Omicron Variant

By ABC News The Biden administration is preparing to implement new travel guidelines that would require proof of a negative COVID-19 test within one day of flying into the U.S., including for vaccinated people, a spokesperson from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed. The expected change comes as the country beefs up surveillance […]

Travel Safety Advice You Should Actually Listen To

Travel Safety Advice You Should Actually Listen To

By Jessica Sager, The Discoverer There is so much travel safety advice out there that you may wonder if it’s even possible to have fun on vacation when you’re constantly looking over your shoulder or waiting for an accident, crime or other disaster to happen. Alternatively, you might be tempted to throw caution to the […]

CDC Adds two Popular Island Getaways to ‘Very High’ Covid-19 Travel Risk List

CDC Adds two Popular Island Getaways to ‘Very High’ Covid-19 Travel Risk List

By Forrest Brown, CNN (CNN) — Two tropical islands half a world apart and popular with tourists — Jamaica in the Caribbean and Sri Lanka in South Asia — are now among the highest-risk destinations for travelers. That’s according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s travel advisories list, which was updated on Tuesday. Also […]

The Barbados Evening at Son Cubano a Huge Success

By Victoria Falk

The Barbados Evening at Son Cubano a Huge Success

Deborah Millington. Photo: Mario Figeroux On Wednesday, July 28, 2021, Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. hosted a fabulous event at the upscale Son Cubano Restaurant and Bar, located in West New York, New Jersey. The premier award-winning restaurant was a great choice of venues for Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. to meet with valued Travel Agent partners […]

The Latest Entry Requirements for Traveling to the Caribbean

The Latest Entry Requirements for Traveling to the Caribbean

By Gay Nagle Myers, Travel Weekly Most Caribbean islands have reopened to international tourism, and several islands have begun adopting two-track entry regulations for vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers. Here are the latest developments for travel from the U.S. to each Caribbean country. All international passengers flying into the U.S. from the Caribbean islands (with the […]

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