Saturday, October 10, 2020

Work Remotely From These Caribbean Destinations

 
The Anguilla Tourist Board provides long-stay guests with information on dining options, attractions and activities. (photo by Brian Major)

Brian Major
Travel Pulse

The COVID-19 pandemic has led destinations, hospitality providers and travelers to implement creative travel solutions, including extended stays for people who are able to work remotely.

In the tourism-reliant Caribbean, remote work programs provide a method for regional destinations to maintain a level of tourism activity while also ensuring the health and safety of local communities. The programs waive regular visa restrictions that would normally bar extended residencies.  Read more >>