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Editor’s Note: As of July 2020, Jamaica is requiring any US travelers coming from designated hot-zones (Florida, Arkansas, etc.) to show proof of negative COVID testing in order to vacation. Enquire with your travel agent or the Jamaica board of Tourism for further information.

What’s better than one destination reopening? Try two of the hottest tropical regions reopening within the same week. After rigorous stay-at-home orders and months of quarantine, we are excited to announce that Jamaica is reopening all borders to tourism today for the foreseeable future. The move officially comes into full effect today, with Jamaica Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett confirming the momentous decision in a letter from the Ministry of Tourism to stakeholders. A decision that follows Quintana Roo’s travel ban lift in Mexico, Jamaica and its opulent resorts are welcoming travelers to book their favorite properties, with many hotel sites enabling reservations after June 15th.

Moon Palace Jamaica

It’s time to celebrate and get those flights booked, as Jamaica’s hottest luxury resorts are open for business and eager to deliver your dream Caribbean group vacation. With many domestic airlines already offering flights directly to Montego Bay and Ocho Rios, the oceanside jewel is set to welcome back thousands of travelers to exciting adventures ranging from Negril’s Rick’s Cafe to the bubbling waters of Dunn’s River Falls. Along with Sandals Resorts, here is a succinct list of glorious hotel chains inviting guests back to their immaculate halls:

Royalton Resorts

Hyatt Ziva Resorts

Palace Resorts

Iberostar Resorts

Planning to return to this vibrant slice of paradise? Follow the button below to explore more of our favorite Jamaica destination wedding resorts:

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