More Cayman Islands Travel and Tourism
Deputy Premier and Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell on Friday announced Cayman's borders will reopen to international travel starting on 1 Sept. The reopening will come in phases.
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Property owners and those wishing to stay for extended periods of time may be among first allowed in Cayman due to ease of tracing, monitoring.
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Eden Rock might just be the most popular dive site on the island, but only during the summer months. The reason for this is simple:...
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Premier Alden McLaughlin announced Friday that Cayman has set up a ‘Reopening of Borders Committee’, consisting of 10 government agencies and ministries to work on allowing international tourists to return to the islands.
Staycations are starting to sell out across Cayman as island residents shake off months of lockdown and opt for holidays at home.
Government continues to maintain 1 Sept. as the date to reopen Cayman's borders to international travellers, while acknowledging the process poses a 'great challenge'.
The Cayman Islands may have to take some ‘calculated risks’ to bring tourists back to the destination. That’s the verdict of Marc Langevin, general manager of the islands’ biggest resort, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.
New sanitation guidelines have been issued for businesses within the tourism industry to ensure the safety of visitors to local shores and guard against the spread of COVID-19.
Cayman’s accommodation sector seemed to be on track for another profitable year at the start of 2020, but this came to a screeching halt with the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the last three months, those within the industry say they have refunded millions of dollars in rental bookings.
Around the region, many countries are still facing COVID-19 challenges, including the damage to the economies of the impacted islands. This week, Antigua and Barbuda reopened its borders to international travel, the first in a string of Caribbean countries looking to restart the region’s most significant industry.
Tourism leaders are working on a new three-year plan for the revival of the industry in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
Department of Tourism Director Rosa Harris says she is confident in the Cayman's tourism industry’s resilience and ability to bounce back.
The new realities around travel call for a general shift away from pure volume-based mass tourism, which in Cayman is synonymous with cruise ships, to quality-oriented, high-end tourism.
The concept of ‘Caymankind’ may be very much home grown, but thousands of immigrants from across the globe, working alongside locals, have helped create the islands' reputation for five-star service.
In response to outreach from both past and future visitors, the Department of Tourism has released a new promotional video on the Cayman Islands.
Cayman’s closure of its borders has sent the tourism industry into “free fall,” according to Premier Alden McLaughlin, who said at a press conference Monday that it is now up to the financial services industry to see the country through the upcoming months.
The Cayman Islands’ tourism industry is facing a virtual shutdown as global travel grinds to a halt amid concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.
Across the Caribbean region, tourism stakeholders are grappling with the reality of climate change and the threat it poses to the region’s hospitality sector. From Antigua to Dominica, officials are working on plans to protect their islands and their economies.