News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. April 26, 2019: Here are the top stories making news on the Caribbean travel scene for the week-ending April 26, 2019:
The 25th installment of the James Bond spy series will begin shooting in Portland and Kingston, Jamaica from Sunday.
The Bahamas says it is investigating allegations of treated sewage discharges from Carnival Cruise Lines’ within and around its coastal waters.
Outrage is growing after the killing of Dominica born Hotel maintenance worker Kenny Mitchel, 27, in Anguilla by a US tourist.
American Airlines is set to begin daily non-stop flights to Guyana from NYC this December.
The cost of taxes for a round trip to guyana is now US$35, much to the angst of The International Air Transport Association.
Hugh Riley, Head of the Caribbean tourism Organization, is stepping down after 10 years.
Get ready for Jungle Bay resort in Soufriere, Dominica, which is set to open on June 1st.
Martha Stewart will now be working with MSC Cruises to develop curated Caribbean shore excursions.
Aand Actress Eva Longoria was heating the beach up in St. Barts this week along with her husband and son.