Cayman Islands outlines phased reopening to tourism
The plan will allow entry to a limited number of vaccinated tourists, beginning Sept. 9. If all goes well, the islands plan to welcome all travelers without quarantine on Jan. 27.
3 monthes ago - Travel Weekly
When Food People Quarantine Together
Sequestered together, a cooking-inclined crew made meals for the local community and each other.
6 monthes ago - NYT
Cayman Islands may dial back on cruise visits once borders reopen
According to the Cayman Compass, premier Alden McLaughlin said that the government had received a "clear signal" from both the business community and local citizens.
7 monthes ago - Travel Weekly
No timeline for reopening Cayman Islands, premier says
Aiden McLaughlin said that "it has become increasingly challenging to develop a firm timetable," according to a local news organization.
8 monthes ago - Travel Weekly
Student Who Was Jailed for Breaking Quarantine in Cayman Islands Apologizes
Skylar Mack, an American college student, was released last week after spending more than a month behind bars. She said, “I deserved it.”
8 monthes ago - NY Times
Jailed teen released from Cayman Islands
A US college student, who was jailed in the Cayman Islands for ditching COVID-19 quarantine to watch her boyfriend jet ski, is now back home on American soil.
8 monthes ago - Travel News
Teen may be stuck in jail until April for ignoring quarantine
A Georgia college student may be held in jail in the Cayman Islands until April 2021 for violating coronavirus quarantine.
9 monthes ago - CNN
Teen jailed for months over virus breach
An 18-year-old student from Georgia and her watersports-athlete boyfriend have been sentenced to four months in jail in the Cayman Islands after they broke quarantine restrictions.
9 monthes ago - Travel News
WFH or work from the Cayman Islands? How you can skip winter for a long-term stay in the Caribbean
10 monthes ago - Toronto Life
House Hunting in the Cayman Islands: A Compact Castle in the Caribbean
Sales and volume have fallen this year, though prices are looking up, as the popular islands anxiously wait for tourists to return.
10 monthes ago - NY Times
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