What’s Open and Closed in the Caribbean After the Hurricanes

Travel Weekly has done an excellent job creating an updated guide (with maps) to what’s open and closed in the Caribbean after the region took a one-two punch from hurricanes Irma and Maria. Many islands were untouched by either storm, and many that took a glancing blow or sustained minimal damage are open and welcoming visitors with open arms. On the other hand some islands that sustained heavy damage and are in the midst of recovery operations. In almost all cases, your support (including via tourism) is welcome.

 

Johnny Jet

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