Grand Cayman to lift travel restrictions Nov. 20

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands -- Travel restrictions to Grand Cayman will be lifted on Nov. 20, allowing all categories of air travelers to enter the island.

Restrictions, which have been in place since Hurricane Ivan in September, limited air travel into Grand Cayman to Caymanian residents, Caymanian passport holders and relief workers.

Guests are advised to travel with return tickets or receipts for return e-tickets, plus confirmation of accommodations arrangements; those visiting friends and family must have the names and street address of their hosts.

According to the Dept. of Tourism, the island will have 529 rooms available in its hotel inventory by Nov. 20, as well as 75 restaurants open. All hotel rooms, restaurants and attractions will have passed an inspection process conducted by the Dept. of Tourism.

To contact the reporter who wrote this article, send e-mail to Gay Nagle Myers at [email protected].


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