News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Mar. 29, 2019: Here are the top stories making travel news from the Caribbean for the week-ending March 22, 2019:

Canada is warning its nationals to avoid non-essential travel to Haiti due to the potential for civil unrest there.

Bruce Willis wants a record $33 million for his sprawling property on Parrot Cay island, Turks and Caicos.

Les Roches Global Hospitality Education will provide partial scholarships for Caribbean nationals through a new partnership.

Despite a US travel warning, US celebrities Jimmy Fallon and Reese Witherspoon both holidayed in the Bahamas.

Delta has announced it will increase capacity on its Atlanta-San Juan route at the end of the year, in anticipation of heavy holiday travel.

Lime Out has become the first floating taco and cocktail bar in the USVI.

Holiday Taxi Limited in St. Lucia has become the first taxi company in the Caribbean to be Hospitality Assured, (HA) certified.

St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands has been named one of the “15 Best Honeymoon Destinations in the United States” by Tripadvisor.

St. Thomas, USVI is now home to the territory’s first Little Free Library, an international neighborhood book exchange program.

And Royal Caribbean is giving passengers the opportunity to book a cruise and get another one half price if you book by May 6th.

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