Caribbean Destinations that Survived Hurricane Season

Hurricane season 2017 caused some of the worst damage the Caribbean has seen in years. Hurricanes Irma and Maria hit the island of U.S. and British Virgin Island, Barbuda, St. Martin, St Bart’s, Puerto Rico, St. John, and Dominica the hardest. Islands such as Nassau, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, St. Kitts, and Antigua were not hit as hard.

If you want to travel to the Caribbean there still plenty of options. About 70 percent of the Caribbean was not impacted by the storms and are open for business, including Punta Cana, Bahamas, Jamaica, Barbados, St Lucia, Grenada, Curacao, and Aruba. The best way to help the Caribbean is to continue to travel to the Caribbean!

Punta Cana: 3night/4 day for $320.00 per person (land only) including transfers and taxes. Memories Splash, an all-inclusive resort featuring an on-site waterpark, is an exciting resort in a beautiful location.

Jamaica: 3night/4day for $507 per person (land only) including transfers and taxes. Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort and Spa is an all-inclusive resort, set on a magnificent stretch of beautiful beach.

Bahamas: 3 night/4 day for $266.53 per person (land only) including transfers and taxes. Pelican Bay Hotel is a family-friendly resort with a breakfast plan, located in beautiful Grand Bahama Island.

The Caribbean is saying, “We are open and welcoming visitors.” AurTravel is saying, “We are ready to make that happen!” Call us today at 402-891-6909.

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