The leading all-inclusive resorts Turks and Caicos have reopened, Caribbean Journal informed it.
One of the sandals resorts which is international family-friendly resort Beaches Turks and Caicos reopened this week at Grace Bay Beach in Providenciales.
The resort has reopened under the sandal’s a new protocol which is named “Platinum Protocols of Cleanliness”. They follow these protocols to maintain health and safety programs.
Adam Stewart deputy chairman of Sandals Resorts International said that he along with his team were looking forward to having all of their valuable customers back home with them.
One of the top Caribbean family resorts, it has 10 pools, 21 eateries, a 45000 square foot waterpark, and also five different accommodations “Villages” for night stay.
This is the second beaches-branded resort that is reopening after lockdown, Beaches Negril was the first beach resort that was reopened in Jamaica over the summer season. (To date, all myriad resorts in the Caribbean had reopened, except five of the companies resorts)
According to the update from the company another resort in the Caribbean, Beaches Ocho Rios in Jamaica is going to reopen on 1st Feb in 2021.
Turks and Caicos have been opened for visitors from July, the destination doesn’t require any quarantine for their future visitors.
Visitors need to provide a PCR test report five days before travel and also take travel insurance from an authentic provider, then they need to enact the destinations TCI Travel Authorization.