The islands of Antigua and Barbuda are open and ready to welcome travellers from the UK and Ireland this winter, the destination’s tourism chief has said.
“Antigua has no plans to categorise countries in a bid to stop them from visiting its shores, including those travelling from the UK," said Colin James, chief executive of the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority.
"We were one of the first islands in the Caribbean to open, and the regime we have in place is working well for us.
"The government recently introduced trained monitors to spot check all properties and tourism facilities to ensure protocols are being adhered to, which is paramount to rebuilding safe tourism.
"We look forward to welcoming more UK visitors who meet the existing protocol guidelines to our 365 beaches soon.”