The curfews are lifted, tourism is starting to slowly get back on track, and the glimmering shorelines along Miami Beach are open.
Of course, this opening doesn’t mean everything is back to normal. There’s a new normal in place for travelers who want to get some R&R beachfront.
Here’s what those clients heading to Miami Beach can expect.
THEY WILL BE ABLE TO…
- Bring their own beachchair and towels
- Engage in watersports and activities
- Walk and jog along the shore
- By keeping a distance of six feet, people can go without a mask while being on the sand
- Rent chairs and umbrellas rentals
- Use public restrooms while wearing a mask
- Gather in groups of 10 people or less
THEY WON’T BE ABLE TO…
- Gather in groups larger than 10 people
- No organized sports
- Bring large tents
- No pets or dogs will be allowed on the beach
“Miami Beach is truly like no other place in the world and we understand travelers are making adjustments to their travel plans and looking for options closer to home. We look forward to safely welcoming domestic visitors back to our seven miles of pristine beaches as they are now open and variety of activities including public, self-guided art walks, water sports and open spaces for dining out,” Steve Adkins, chair, the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority (MBVCA), told Recommend.
For more on what’s on the horizon as your clients start venturing out to explore the world once again, visit New Protocols, Safe Travels.