News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. May 31, 2019: Here are the top stories making news on the Caribbean travel scene for the week-ending May 31, 2019:
Two members of the European Parliament have called for the abolition of visa-free travel for passport holders of St. Kitts and Nevis.
some 6,216 new hotel rooms are being added in the Dominican Republic, the most for the caribbean region.
Florida senate Democrats are offering anyone willing to pony up us $25,000 the chance to travel with them to the Bahamas.
You can now travel from Russia to Suriname without a visa.
A total of nine to 15 named storms, four to eight hurricanes and two to four major hurricanes are expected this season, NOAA says.
The US CBP is reminding travellers that US laws require disclosure of 10,000 of more in cash being brought into the country.
American Airlines will launch a second weekly non-stop flight from JFK to St. Kitts beginning on Dec. 18th.
Karolin Troubetzkoy of St. Lucia’s Jade Mountain resort has been awarded the Order of Merit from Germany.
Caribbean Week in New York returns for another year this weekend with several public events including Rum and Rhythm.
And this Turks and Caicos home can be yours for a cool USD 33 million!