Tag: Travel News

The New Habits of Travelers in 2022

Human history, over the past two years, has generated completely new human beings, stronger and more self-aware, and above all much better prepared than before to face all sorts of unforeseen events. For some, the health emergency has resulted in the loss of a job, a loved one or well-established emotional relationships, all swept away […]

AARP’s Guide To The Virgin Islands National Park

No passport needed for Americans visiting this gorgeous tourist haven on St. John  CRUZ BAY — With idyllic, undeveloped white-sand beaches and sea turtles, eagle rays and schools of multicolored fish parading just a short swim from shore, Virgin Islands National Park (VINP) is a paradise on Earth — specifically on St. John. Billionaire Laurance […]

Divi Resorts Celebrates The Season With 30% Spring Savings On 2022 Caribbean Vacations

TEAGUE BAY — Spring has sprung, and Divi Resorts celebrating the start of the season with 30 percent off 2022 Caribbean vacations on Aruba, Barbados, Bonaire, St. Croix, and Sint Maarten. For a limited time, vacationers can fly away and play with rates as low as $169 per night (room only) and $225 per person, per night (all-inclusive) for all 2022 travel dates. Plus, travelers who sign […]

Robots Filling In Staffing Shortages At Some Cali Hotels With No Tips Expected

SILICON VALLEY, California — Hotels, like restaurants, have been hard pressed to provide attentive service due to staffing shortages during the pandemic. In Silicon Valley, robots are filling the gap to the surprise and delight of guests. This is how the Radisson Sunnyvale is dealing with staffing shortages – A guest would like a soft […]

Branson Takes More Money From Delta Air Lines To Keep His Floundering Airline Aloft

LONDON — Virgin Atlantic has raised $530 million in fresh funding from shareholders Virgin Group and Delta Air Lines as a new bout of gloom descends on the aviation sector. Founded by Richard Branson in 1984, Virgin Atlantic has been particularly hard hit during the COVID-19 crisis after business travel and long-haul flights largely ground to […]

American Airlines To Increase Flights To Dominica Starting In January

ROSEAU — The Commonwealth of Dominica has significantly expanded its tourism offering in recent months, and this week, a new flight will officially launch nonstop to the Caribbean destination. The country is set to welcome American Airlines every Wednesday and Saturday between Miami International Airport (MIA) and Dominica’s Douglas-Charles Airport (DOM). American will increase their operation to three times a week starting January 5th. Recently, […]

No Test Required For Travel From USVI To The United States Mainland

CHARLOTTE AMALIE — As the world responds to new vaccination and testing requirements before boarding an international flight to the United States, officials in the U.S. Virgin Islands are reminding the traveling public that the new rules do not apply to direct travel from the USVI to the U.S. mainland. Commissioner clarifies new travel policies “While international […]

Michelin Star Chef Antonio Mellino Setting Foodie World On Fire In Barbados

BRIDGETOWN — Antonio Mellino, the Executive chef at Quattro Passi will open QP Bistro the 22, October 2021 and Quattro Passi at The Cliff at the end of November. Quattro Passi in Nerano, Italy, is acclaimed as the best on the Amalfi Coast with two Michelin stars. Bringing the flavours of the Campania region, Napoli […]

Is This Year That You Should Visit the Virgin Islands?

Back in 2019, millions of people were planning or dreaming of trips overseas or in their own country for the following year. Then the pandemic struck and travel plans were shelved. Very few people realized that it would be at least 2021 before they could think about going on vacation again. Now though, countries are […]

Goat Lottery Planned To Protect Hawaii Historic Park

HONOLULU — To protect historic lands from invasive goats, Hawaii officials will distribute the live animals to the public via a lottery. Hawaii officials will hold the lottery as a way to remove at least 700 goats from Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historic Park, which is an important cultural and historical site on the west […]