Lime Tree Farm will re open, but not as soon as the rest of Jamaica. We are provisionally assessing the possibility of early November and we will be watching closely how the return of tourists and foreign travelers will impact Jamaica. Our plan is to re open for guests in stages, initially offering two cottages only (separated at each end of the property). In line with protocol set down by the Jamaican Tourist Board, we prefer to assess the effectiveness of measures implemented before opening fully. Lime Tree Farms’ location, has the advantage of its’ remoteness and small local population, it is possible to hike locally and not meet another person, local or tourist – real social distancing! Rather than take the Corona virus epidemic as a setback, we are seeing this as an opportunity to set Lime Tree Farm on a new path. Watch this space as plans unfold.
Re opening – slowly.
- Post author By Rodger Bolton
- Post date June 1, 2020
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