Holidays have been difficult to navigate for Britons this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier this year, many holiday companies and airlines were forced to halt their operations as the pandemic took its toll. Since then, there have been a variety of international travel restrictions put in place.
The Caribbean islands of Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba were also removed from the travel corridor list.
Despite the three islands being removed, one nation is set to be added in a move that could see Britons’ Winter holidays saved.
The Caribbean nation of St Kitts and Nevis will reopen its borders on October 31.
The federation is included on the UK’s travel corridor lists.
The federation is also exempt from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Departmental Office’s (FCDO) advice against all but essential travel.
The federation’s minister of tourism, transport and ports Lindsay Grant said: “We have been working diligently to prepare for this reopening to ensure that we are ready to welcome travellers by training and certifying local businesses and individuals in the health and safety protocols they are required to meet and be certified in to be permitted to operate.”
St Kitts and Nevis is a dual-island nation that is situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea.
The islands are known for their mountains and beaches.
Currently, their borders are closed to all non-citizens and non-residents.
When the nation reopens to tourists, it’s unclear whether they will be allowing Britons or what entry requirements will be in place but a requirement for a pre-departure test is likely.
There are more Caribbean nations that Britons can currently visit without quarantine on their return.
However, all of them require a coronavirus test to be taken before departure.
The nations are: Anguilla, Barbados, Bermuda, Antigua and Barbuda, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines.