In #TravelNews for July 7, 2022 we have news from #Cuba and @American Airlines, @Norwegian Cruise Line, and a new #AllInclusve in #Jamaica from @Sandals Resorts
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In travel news for July 7th, 2022 we have news pertaining to Cuba., Sandals, and Norwegian Cruise Lines.
Norwegian Cruise Line is revising it’s health a safety rules, dropping the pre-cruise covid testing requirement. This only applies to sailings that depart, visit, and return to ports that don’t require the testing. The updated policy will apply to sailings starting August 1st. Because of local requirements those departing or visiting the United States, Canada, Bermuda, and Greece will still be required to submit a negative covid test before boarding. So basically you will need to test for some Mediterranean cruises, all alaskan cruises, and most Caribbean cruses with Norwegian.
The popular all inclusive resort Sandals, which is credited for redefining the all inclusive resort experience has expanded it’s presence in Jamaica. Having purchased the Jewel Dunn’s River Beach Resort & Spa as well as the adjacent beach front back in 2020 and has sense been working on revitalizing the resort. Recently Sandals has announced that reservations are now open for the newly renovated and rebranded Sandals Dunn’s River in Ocho Rios. It’s being said once opened, the resort will set a new standard for luxury all inclusive resorts in Jamaica. The resort will feature 12 restaurants, including Asian Fusion, A mix of Central and South American flavors, Greek, French, and of course some amazing Jamaican cuisine. The butler services suites have been completely redone to include glass front pools stretching along the beachfront, private pools, open air rooftops with soaking tubs, and so much more that we don’t have time to cover it all. If you want to know more about this resort give us or your travel advisor a call.
The Biden Administration lifted flight restrictions put in place by the Trump Administration making it easier for Americans to Visit Cuba. There are currently three carriers flying from the United States to Cuba, JetBlue, South West Airlines, and American Airlines. The three airlines operate 13 daily flights to the island. American Airlines is about to change that. It was recently announced that American would expand service to 5 destinations. The new daily round trip flights will travel to Holguin(owl*geen), Santa Clara, Santiago, Varadero(be*ra*de*ro), and Camaguey(ka*muh*gway). This will complement the airlines 5 daily flights to Havana. These destinations are all accessible via American Airlines Miami hub. There are restrictions for Americans wanting to visit Cuba, to better understand how to visit Cuba give us or your travel advisor a call.