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Cuba and the Dominican Republic dominated the top stories from the Caribbean, but other islands had plenty of important news, too. Read more here.
In the past year, six tourists from the U.S. have died in the Dominican Republic, while recently a DR-born former MLB player was shot. Here's what you need to know.
The State Department said the United States will discontinue allowing visits to Cuba via passenger and recreational vessels, including cruise ships and yachts. Read more.
All new group people-to-people educational travel has been banned by the Trump Administration; however, travelers with previous arrangements will still be allowed. Get the details here.
Suicide bombings at three Catholic churches, three luxury hotels and additional sites shook Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday this weekend. Here's the latest on the situation.
The cruise line has replaced China calls on some 2020 itineraries with a number of calls in Japan. Get the details here.
The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation says the destination is looking to shore up its security in the wake of the U.S. State Department's new advisory. More here.
After decreases in 2018, multiple travel sectors expect increases in 2019, according to new survey released by the Center for Responsible Travel.
Twenty-six properties were to the list of entities that Americans are prohibited from patronizing because they are owned by the Cuban military. Learn more here.
The U.S. Department of State updated its travel advisory for Mexico, declaring the major international tourism destinations safe. Learn all the details here.