U.S. travelers to the Caribbean can breathe easier thanks to a new partnership between the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) and Trip Mate.
The Virgin Islands Port Authority has submitted the required documents to receive an $8,859,506 Airport Improvement Program grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) via the Federal Aviation Administration.
Caribbean tourism is poised for a strong post-pandemic recovery, according to U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Albert Bryan Jr. just ahead of the reopening of the territory to leisure visitors this weekend.
The University of the Virgin Islands School of Science and Mathematics will now be offering a minor in data science, supported, in part, by donations provided by Cane Bay Partners VI LLLP.
The nonprofit organization World Central Kitchen (WCK) has announced a second round of its Plow to Plate program in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
To date, Limetree has conducted more than 11,000 tests and reduced the positivity rate to less than 1 percent.
Persons who have experienced a financial hardship in the form of assessed fees due to the conversion are encouraged to contact the Division of Banking, Insurance and Financial Regulation.
The virtual conference activities will include educational panels providing retooling and innovative practices for small businesses as they look to pivot to a stronger economy.
Viya’s goal is to establish a platform to keep the business community updated on ways to effectively manage their businesses, improve efficiency, and prepare for future impacts on a business.
Travelzoo, a leading global travel company with 30 million members worldwide, reports the Caribbean should be prepared for a return of North Americans seeking warmth and refuge from the lockdowns and strictures of the pandemic.