Travel to the Caribbean during Covid-19: Resources for your trip

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(CNN) — If you’re planning to travel to the islands of the Caribbean, here are some resources to help you plan your trip during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The first thing to keep in mind is that the Caribbean Sea region is included 13 independent island nations. There are also more foreign territories. Each of them has its own rules, which are subject to change.

Here’s a roundup with links to 10 popular Caribbean destinations that provide the latest information on Covid-19 measures and entry requirements:

Aruba

Aruba is known for its white sand beaches and colorful buildings in the capital, Oranjestad.

Aruba is known for its white sand beaches and colorful buildings in the capital, Oranjestad.

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What’s on offer: Days are generally dry and sunny. Arikok National Park Featuring caves, desert landscapes and giant lizards. A big attraction is the wide beaches bordered by clear jade waters.

US CDC Travel Advisory: Level 3 (High).

Bahamas

You'll find the Bimini Big Game Club and Marina on North Bimini, just up the coast from Miami, Florida.

You’ll find the Bimini Big Game Club and Marina on North Bimini, just up the coast from Miami, Florida.

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What’s on offer: The chain consists of 700 islands — from the hustle and funky beats of the capital city of Nassau, to peaceful beaches on the many lesser-visited islands on New Providence. you can Swim with pigs Or Dive with sharks.

US CDC Travel Advisory: Level 3 (High).

Barbados

Fort Charles was built in 1650 on Barbados to protect Carlisle Bay from pirates.

Fort Charles was built in 1650 on Barbados to protect Carlisle Bay from pirates.

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What’s on offer: Golf, history and architecture await visitors beyond the beaches on the easternmost island in the Caribbean. Rum Distilleries Offers tours and Local food — a blend of African, Indian, Irish, British and Creole flavors — will soak up the spirit.

US CDC Travel Advisory: Level 3 (High).

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Curacao

The Penha Building was built in 1708 in the Dutch colonial style and is now a department store in Willemstad, the island's capital.

The Penha Building was built in 1708 in the Dutch colonial style and is now a department store in Willemstad, the island’s capital.

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US CDC Travel Advisory: Level 3 (High).

Dominican Republic

US CDC Travel Advisory: Level 3 (High).

Guadeloupe

The French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe are located within the Lower Crescent of the Caribbean archipelago.

The French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe are located within the Lower Crescent of the Caribbean archipelago.

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What’s on offer: gorgeous, White sand beaches This is just the beginning of the French island chain. This National Park of Guadeloupe Offers over 74,100 acres of rainforest to explore. Villages practice for the music carnival by playing different traditional music styles throughout the year. French Creole specialties such as red snapper delight dinner.

US CDC Travel Advisory: Level 3 (High).

Jamaica

Reach Falls, near the city of Port Antonio, is a popular destination in Jamaica.

Reach Falls, near the city of Port Antonio, is a popular destination in Jamaica.

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US CDC Travel Advisory: Level 3 (High).

Puerto Rico

Paddleboarders enjoy near the beach in San Juan's Condado neighborhood.

Paddleboarders enjoy near the beach in San Juan’s Condado neighborhood.

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Turks and Caicos

Colonial houses on the waterfront in Cockburn Town, Grand Turk.

Colonial houses on the waterfront in Cockburn Town, Grand Turk.

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What’s on offer: This British overseas territory — northeast of Cuba and southeast of the Bahamas — is known for its coral reefs, Ripso music and a low-key vibe. whale watching, Snorkeling And a range of other outdoor activities combine well with the natural aquatic beauty of the islands.

US CDC Travel Advisory: Level 3 (High).

US Virgin Islands

St. Thomas saw a lot of cruise ship activity before the pandemic.

St. Thomas saw a lot of cruise ship activity before the pandemic.

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What’s on offer: Fine dining, scuba diving and golfing attract visitors St. Croix. Ancient beaches of undeveloped Saint John Make it a favorite place to relax. Boating and duty-free shopping are big draws in Live St. Thomas.

CNN’s Forrest Brown and Marnie Hunter contributed to this report.

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