Jamaica reopened its borders for tourism on June 15 2020 and the island has now what officials have called an “extensive” set of operational protocols for health and safety. Most notably, travellers are being screened via temperature checks at the airport on arrival in Jamaica.
“With the help of international experts and a dedicated task force, we have developed protocols that allow us to safely reopen our borders,” said Donovan White, Jamaica’s Director of Tourism. “We are confident that as we restart our economy, Jamaicans will work together to ensure a safe, secure and seamless experience for our tourism workers, their families, and visitors, while preserving the authentic experiences travellers seek when they visit our shores.”
At Greencastle we have prepared carefully for our reopening mid August, creating a safe and hygienic environment for both staff and guests within our vast private 1600 acre tropical rainforest. We have taken into account the specifics relating to Greencastle and the distinct advantages it has in relation to space and are fortunate in having, more than most, a great opportunity to create a wonderful experience whilst adhering to new safety and hygiene policies.
All our accommodation is at ground level with most bedrooms accessed DIRECTLY from outside. With just 12 en-suite bedrooms and maximum occupancy of 25, (rarely above 15), you can relax with no concern about adequate social distancing !
www.visitjamaica.com/travelauthorisation to see under GUESTHOUSES our Taino Hills Estate (Greencastle, St Mary) listing, demonstrating we are fully compliant with the Jamaica Tourist Board to take guests.