More Cayman Islands Travel and Tourism
The Cayman Islands has two new cases of COVID-19, both involving travellers and including one person who is experiencing mild symptoms associated with the virus.
Cayman commenced its soft border reopening on 1 Oct. with five international inbound flights, three of which were private planes.
The soft reopening of the borders this week is the first step in a cautious, phased approach to bringing back visitors, Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell said.
Two Caymanian hoteliers are continuing talks with government over a pilot project for ‘resort bubbles’ that would allow some tourism to resume on the islands.
Government has widened its safety bubble to allow additional categories of people to enter Cayman when it begins its phased border-reopening plan on Thursday.
Discussions around working out a way forward to introduce “resort bubbles” as an avenue to boost Cayman’s tourism is proving “difficult,” Premier Alden McLaughlin has said.
Passengers who arrived on today's British Airways flight are the first test subjects in Cayman to trial geofencing technology and quarantine procedures in preparation for the phased border reopening on 1 Oct.
The government has made some tweaks to the process for incoming travellers ahead of the the phased reopening of Cayman’s borders, scheduled to start on 1 Oct.
Premier Alden McLaughlin confirmed Tuesday that Cayman's borders were still on track to reopen in a phased manner from 1 Oct.
Cayman Islands leaders are taking time to ensure the island’s reopening plan is "as close to perfect as possible", tourism director Rosa Harris said Friday afternoon.
Cruise tourism will not be returning to the Cayman Islands until next year.
Cayman's Chamber of Commerce has thrown its support behind government's decision to delay reopening local borders to October.
Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell said government is focussing primarily on stayover tourism right now, partially out of necessity. Cruise tourism is still banned by the...
Covid-19 has decimated the cruise industry, killed off the controversial pier project and fundamentally shifted the key questions about the future of this sector of our tourism market. What type of industry will emerge from the shadow of the pandemic and does Cayman want to be a part of it?
Government has extended Cayman's border closures to 1 Oct. citing the continuing spread of COVID-19, particularly in the United States.
Cayman has not had anyone test positive for COVID-19 in 24 days (as of 6 Aug.) and currently has no active coronavirus cases.
Bermuda and Barbados have moved to offer new temporary residency models to attract remote workers to their shores and stimulate economic activity amid the global COVID-19 pandemic.
People are heading out of the house more often now that the COVID-19 regulations have been relaxed, but if you are happy to be...
Residents and visitors who want to leave the Cayman Islands on Cayman Airways or charter flights can now make their travel arrangements directly with the carrier and no longer through Travel Time.
Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell says the island is not taking any 'undue risks' with its soft reopening of the border in September.
The Cayman Islands government said Thursday it is working with a US biotech company called BioIntelliSense to use its health monitoring 'BioButton' device as part of Cayman's phased border reopening plan.
Cayman Islands tourism leaders today unveiled a comprehensive action plan for the recovery of the industry following the devastating impact of the coronavirus crisis.