It’s a busy week for the Virginias vacation destinations, with some new restrictions being added to the travel calendar.
While the Virgin Islands travel restrictions are on the books, some other areas are not.
The Virginias top two-week vacation destinations are the Virgin Island and St. Croix islands, which will be restricted to two weeks of tourism each.
St. Crois has one-week restrictions, meaning it will be closed to the public from the middle of February until the end of March.
Virgin Islands residents can still go to St. Thomas on the island of St. Helena, but visitors will be allowed in only on a limited basis.
Both St. Johns and St Kitts will remain open to visitors, though visitors must check in at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled arrival time.
For St. Kitts and Nevis, tourists will be limited to a maximum of three days in each of the two islands.
Virginias two-day vacation will be the same, but with one day open to the general public.
If you’re in the Virgin islands and need to visit St. Cloud or St. John, you will need to book your vacation through the Virgin Atlantic or Virgin Air flights.
Visitors will be able to book up to three days of Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Air tickets to the Virgin Isles on Virgin Atlantic.
Tickets will be valid for only the dates listed, however, Virgin Atlantic tickets will be more expensive than Virgin America tickets.
In St. Louis, visitors will only be allowed to stay for three days at St. Francis Xavier University in St. Charles, MO, and St Louis Public Schools will not be allowed on St. Joseph Island.
Those visiting St. James, the Virgin island home to St Thomas Aquinas University, will be required to get approval from the mayor to enter the island.
Sleeping accommodations will not include stoves, heaters or other items.
Vermont The Vineyards are still open for business, so tourists can enjoy their vacation with the help of the Vermont States Natural Resources Agency.
However, the Vineyards are restricted to four weeks of visitation per year.
On March 7, there will be a total of eight weeks of vacation, and all visitors must get permission from the VNSRA.
At the Grand Junction Miner, the Grand Junction State Park, the visitor center and the Fisherman’s Paradise is still open.
Additionally, the VSA also has restrictions for the Grand Forks Mount Rushmore National Monument, including restrictions on campfires, tents, firewood, fireworks and other fireworks.
You can read more about the GrandForks mountain national monument in the National Monument Bulletin, which is published monthly.
It’s not clear when the GrandMound will reopen, but the state is encouraging visitors to go hiking.
All visitors must register at the GrandMound Visitor Center.
New Jersey If visiting the Monroe County and Newark County counties, you can only stay on the county’s landscapes for three days per year, per the State Parks Department.
Cities The New Jersey Statewide Housing Authority is open for rentals and the State Park Bureau is open from March to September for all other uses.
Falls Homes In New Jersey, the state has restricted the number of people who can live in a one-bedroom house to 10 per household, per an administrative rule.
As of the end of March, it’s possible to live in three one-room one-bathrooms, or three one bedrooms, and two two-bathroom units.
There are still fewer rooms than a year ago, but it’s still possible to stay in one of the three one-bedrooms, and two of the three one bedroom units.
There are some additional restrictions, but for the most part, it looks like the Houses and Towns of New Jersey are free to rent.
Lines to check into the Lodge will be open on March 7.
Also, Hospital Clinic in Monmouth has announced it will reopen on March 8.
Budget Travel Travelers can find their courier on March 1 for the first time since the Borrower Branch was closed in the fall of 2018.
“The Bbor is the first to open in the state since the Holiday season, and we anticipate a huge surge in bookings for Courier’s from the holiday season, particularly for holiday delivery and delivery services,” Borner President Michael