Covid 19 Protocol Compliant
Seal of Approval

Covid 19 Protocol Compliant Seal of Approval

Watersports in Jamaica have finally reopened
as of August 26, 2020

“For tourist visitors who are staying in the “resilient corridor” designated for tourism purposes. Under this measure, tourists may access all available hotel/resort amenities while adhering to applicable protocols. Tourists may also leave the hotel/resort to visit any amusement park, water park, or water attraction that has been certified by the Jamaica Tourist Board to be a COVID-19 resilient licensed attraction located within the corridor while adhering to applicable protocols.

All travel to and from the attraction must be on transportation licensed under the Tourist Board Act.” For ease of access you may follow this link to the section:

Given the above you may, with full compliance of the Covid19 safety Protocols utilize the Corridor as per this definition.

Jamaica has had it’s Ports open since June 15th this year. However, Tourists were not allowed to leave the Hotel property they were staying at.

The Jamaican Tourist Board has organized a Covid-19 resilient Corridor along the North and South Coasts of the Island. All attractions and activities along this Corridor follow the Safety Protocols for the Prevention of contracting the Virus. The Covid-19 cases in the Communities along this corridor are very low to ‘None’ in many areas.

We are happy to announce that with the hard work of all the ‘Stakeholders’ and ‘Partners’ along this Corridor our Tourists visiting the Island are now free to explore our beautiful Island, staying on the North and South Coast Corridor. There are many activities along the Corridor you can experience.

Please consider Jamaica when you next travel. There are some Protocols which Tourists must presently observe.

A Pretest of Covid-19 with a Negative Result for the Virus uploaded to the Jamaican Health Ministry to obtain authorization to Enter Jamaica.
When attending activities, in Jamaica, Temperature Scan, Mask Wearing, Social Distancing and Hand Sanitizing are all part of the Protocols to be followed.

Phone: +1  876 381 3229