Cayman Islands eliminates quarantine, a key measure for tourism recovery
Visitors who are fully vaccinated will be able to enter without restrictions from next November 20
Cayman Islands has announced that it will go to phase 4 of its reopening plan, which means that vaccinated and verified travelers will be able to enter without quarantine as of November 20 this year. After nearly two years of limited international travel, many travelers are now looking for sunny summer destinations for their next relaxation getaway, and there's no better option than this premier Caribbean destination.
“The health and safety of our residents and visitors have always been the government's number one priority, and our strategy and management of Covid during the pandemic has been exemplary to date. With a high percentage of the population vaccinated, we are eager to relax current restrictions and move to phase 4 of our reopening program beginning November 20, 2021. This will bring a significant return to normal for travel and tourism. from the Islands just in time for the summer holidays, ”said Kenneth Bryan, Minister of Tourism and Transportation of the Cayman Islands.
The Cayman Islands have followed a controlled reopening strategy to ensure the safety and tranquility of all visitors as well as the local population.
“We are very excited to share the unique experiences of Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac: the stunning beaches, the crystal clear turquoise waters, the wonders of nature and the extensive culinary options. Our regular visitors and new guests who are interested in visiting our trio of islands can now enjoy our world-class destination and warm hospitality. We look forward to the arrival of visitors to have Sweet Dreams in Cayman ”, said Director of Tourism, Rosa Harris.