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NEVIS VISITOR PROTOCOLS - UPDATE NOVEMBER 20th 2020

Updated Special Entry Requirements for Phase 1 Reopening

Nevis is now officially welcoming visitors to its shores.  In the latest update, Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris, Prime Minister of St. Kitts & Nevis has announced that travelers from all CARICOM Member States are now officially part of the “International Traveler” category. Furthermore, St. Kitts and Nevis has officially announced requirements for travelers arriving by sea vessel and has instituted a new requirement: a PCR-test for exit required for those staying less than 14 days.

NEVIS JOINS LITTLE FREE LIBRARY GLOBAL NETWORK

Third Caribbean Nation To Be Listed On World Map

Charlestown, Nevis, November 17, 2020 – Nevis is the third Caribbean nation to be part of the global nonprofit organization, Little Free Library. To date, some eight little libraries have been established throughout the island, as a result of the sponsorship support of Sugar Mill Estate at Cliffdwellers, Art Santelli, Todd Miller and creative carpenter Vishal Sukh.

Nevis tourism ambassadors

Charlestown, Nevis, October 5, 2020... The Nevis Tourism Authority (NTA) is pleased to announce the launch of the Nevis Tourism Ambassador Program, a unique partnership with an exclusive group of Travel Advisors, Influencers and Journalists. The six Tourism Ambassadors are Margie Jordan-Travel Advisor, Wesley Francis-Travel Advisor, Bianca Jade–Influencer, Stefanie Michael–Influencer, Erinne Magee-Journalist and Melissa Corbin-Journalist.

As Caribbean destinations across the region reopen their borders in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, a group of eight neighboring islands have joined together to rethink and re-imagine their tourism marketing strategy in the post-Covid era.  Nevis, St. Kitts, Saba, Statia, St. Maarten (Dutch), Saint Martin (French), Anguilla and St. Barths have come together to form a Caribbean Group of 8, recognizing that through a joint collaboration they can amplify their presence in the marketplace and create new travel possibilities and fresh itineraries for consumers.  

Stakeholders will be awarded the "St. Kitts and Nevis Travel Approved Seal"

Charlestown, Nevis, July 30, 2020... The Nevis Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Tourism, in conjunction with the Nevis Tourism Authority, has begun conducting a series of Covid-19 safety protocol training sessions for all stakeholders on the island. This is a crucial step in the overall preparation for reopening the island to international travelers. Upon the successful completion of the seminars, stakeholders will be awarded the "St. Kitts and Nevis Travel Approved Seal", a validation that the establishment is safe to visit.

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