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CARIBBEAN TRAVEL NEWS ROUNDUP- AUGUST 9, 2019

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 9, 2019: Here are the top stories making news on the Caribbean travel scene for the week-ending Aug. 9, 2019:

Canada is again warning its nationals to exercise a high degree of caution if travelling to Trinidad and Tobago due to the high levels of crime.

LGBTQ people in four Caribbean countries over the last year have filed lawsuits against their nations’ colonial-era sodomy laws.

Cayman Airways Limited is struggling to meet flight demands as its two brand new Boeing Max 8s remain grounded.

Effective Aug. 7th, Palace Resorts’ portfolio of 10 oceanfront resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean are no longer distributed through Apple Vacations.

Southwest is now offering steals through Aug. 15th from Atlanta to Turks and Caicos for $143 one-way and from Fort Lauderdale to Belize City from $113.

Foodies can now start making reservations for the sixth annual BVI Food Fête this november 7th through Dec. 1.

The award-winning Anse Chastanet and Scuba St. Lucia are co-hosting specialty underwater photography weeks for divers this August 10-17; Oct. 5-12 and Dec. 7-14th.

Looking for A CDB Oil Massage? Couples Resorts Jamaica spas has got you covered at each of its four all-inclusive properties in Ocho Rios and Negril.

And the countdown is on to the annual West Indian American Day Carnival in Brooklyn, NY from August 21st.

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