From resorts to diving opportunities and walking tours, TTG rounds up the latest product news from the Caribbean.
Sandals and Beaches resorts are offering a free Padi course, enabling clients to qualify for one open-water dive if they book six or more nights at any of their Caribbean resorts.
Valid for bookings made by 7 December 2019.
Royalton is opening Royalton Resort and Spa in Grenada in March 2020.
Situated on Magazine beach, the property will feature an all-inclusive concept with 269 guestrooms, making it the largest resort on the island.
Tui is bolstering its service from Manchester to Montego Bay in Jamaica.
From May 2020, the airline will operate three weekly flights instead of two, to replace the axed Thomas Cook service introduced in its summer 2019 programme.
Accor brand onefinestay has added four new villas in Turks and Caicos.
Highlights include the Seaclusion oceanfront property, which has eight bedrooms, a gym, hot tub and pool. Prices start from £10,930 per night.
Barbados resort Royal Westmoreland has opened a new £4.9 million villa, styled by British interior designer Lucy Tattersall.
The 20 Lancaster Drive project, which is now welcoming guests, marks the resort’s 25th anniversary.
Necker Island, a Virgin Limited Edition property in the British Virgin Islands, will be available for small-group bookings in 2020.
From June, groups will be able to book it on a shared non-exclusive basis from £3,872 per room per night.
Explore has introduced a walking tour of attractions in Dominica, the operator’s first in the Caribbean.
The 10-day trip (from £2,799pp with flights) includes visits to the Boiling Lake, Middleham Falls and a chance to walk the Syndicate Nature Trail.
Exclusively Villas has enhanced its website with an expanded portfolio of Caribbean properties.
New online features include villa descriptions, photography, special offers and the ability for agents to book on the webpage.
Dorian-hit Grand Bahama Island is now open again to tourists.
Both the cruise port and airport are operational, with domestic and international flights as well as Balearia, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line and Carnival serving the island.