On Aug. 6, Jamaica celebrated 60 years of independence. To mark the event, yearlong occasions have been launched in each Jamaica and Canada to encourage Jamaican Canadians to “come residence.” Particular offers (visitjamaica.com/deals) can be found at resorts, accommodations and sights throughout the Caribbean island nation, together with Montego Bay’s celebrity-favoured Round Hill Hotel and Villas, the place the “Reconnect This Fall” charge features a $100 U.S. resort credit score per keep and a complimentary fifth night time. In the meantime, in Toronto, the Bob Marley One Love Experience, which options uncommon images and memorabilia, has been prolonged till Sept. 25 at Lighthouse ArtSpace.
Costa Rica has finalized particulars of its digital nomad visa, which permits travellers to work remotely from the Central American nation for as much as two years. Particular person candidates will need to have a minimal month-to-month revenue of $3,000 U.S. however aren’t required to pay revenue tax; applications can be submitted through an online portal. It joins a slew of nations which have launched comparable schemes previously two years to draw distant staff, together with Estonia, Malta, Barbados, Panama, Brazil and the Seychelles. Previous to the event of those particular work permits, digital nomads sometimes operated inside a gray zone of immigration regulation, typically coming into international locations on vacationer visas.
Consideration, sports activities followers
Fourteen years within the making, New York Metropolis’s Jackie Robinson Museum will lastly open its doorways to the general public Sept. 8. Devoted to Main League Baseball’s first Black participant within the trendy period — Robinson joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947 — the 20,000-square-foot museum focuses on his athletic profession and civil rights activism. Highlights embrace an interactive mannequin of Ebbets Discipline (the place the Dodgers performed), 40,000 historic photographs and round 4,500 items of memorabilia.
After a 60-year hiatus, the Trans Bhutan Trail will reopen to vacationers in late September, simply because the nation begins welcoming again its first worldwide guests for the reason that pandemic began. Courting again to the sixteenth century, the route was initially utilized by Buddhist monks travelling between Bhutan and Tibet, however fell into disrepair with the development of roads within the Sixties. Now, it’s been reimagined for hikers and cyclists, working for 403 kilometres, from Haa to Trashigang, and passing 400 historic websites, together with historic fortresses. Small-group tour operators providing journeys on sections of the newly restored path embrace G Adventures and Intrepid Travel, whereas Responsible Travel will likely be working an end-to-end trek.
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