Junior Minister for Tourism Honourable Sharie De Castro recently participated in the first ever Virtual Commonwealth Youth Parliament which saw the participation of around 50 youth parliamentarians from around the Commonwealth.
Premier and Minister of Finance, Honourable Andrew A. Fahie has said the additional approved mooring sites of Little Harbour, Great Harbour and Deadman’s Bay have been added to the marine protocol for those quarantining on approved vessels for the mandatory four complete days upon entry in to the Territory.
It is a very exciting day for our Territory, as we witness our main airport Terrance B. Lettsome International; open its doors on the eve of the reopening of our borders to nationals, visitors, family and friends.
Following the launch at a media event on Sunday, 15th November, BVI Food Fete Dine Out kicks off with Dine Out Tortola this weekend (20-22 November), with 16 restaurants and live demos by members of the award-winning BVI National Culinary Team.
Premier and Minister of Finance, Honourable Andrew A. Fahie said businesses engaged in tourism activities must be certified to receive visitors as part of Phase Three of the reopening of the tourism industry.
Today, we engage another phase of our plan. We move another step forward in the phased reopening of our borders and our tourism industry in this COVID-19 era – in the New Regular of living and working with this unpredictable virus.