GO NATURAL TRAVEL INFORMATION: COVID-19 UPDATE UPDATED March 30, 2021
We want you to know that we are closely monitoring the statements regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and following guidelines from these agencies and the local health departments.
To date, we have not had any cases. And we are taking extra steps at Go Natural to eliminate potential problems.
Go Natural is situated in a small private Bay, far away from cities and busy areas, surrounded by the healing NATURE.
Our teams are receiving ongoing training, briefings, and enhanced operating protocols.
We have increased the frequency of cleaning our public areas (such as our lobby, spa, door handles, public bathrooms.)
We have increased the deployment of antibacterial hand sanitizers.
We will NOT be providing any yoga blankets or yoga mats until this situation is over.
We are taking measures to remind our guests to wash their hands. In the spaces where our team works “behind the scenes,” we are increasing the frequency of cleaning and focusing on high-touch areas like associate entrances, locker rooms, laundry rooms, and staff offices.
Our team is committed and focussed on the cleanliness and prevention of our resort.
"Sun is Shining, Weather is sweet yeah" Bob Marleys song in the background, Jamaica officially opened for tourism on 15 June and all is smooth and tourists friendly.
Go Natural Jamaica is open and officially approved to operate with new safety measurements in place from 17 June 2020.
Our retreats are on and going and all seems to be almost the same, here in Go Natural, we always feel connected with Mother Nature.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS & MYTH BUSTERS
Q- Is Jamaica open, is Go Natural open and operating?
A- Yes! Jamaica is open & Go Natural Jamaica is operating as usualy :)
Q- Did you have any Covid case on the property or in the area?
A- No! Up to this date, we have no Covid case on the property and taking security measures, in the Long Bay, there are no cases and parish Portland has very few cases. Jamaica has very few cases.
Q - Traveling, how does it work & do I have to come for 14+ days minimum? Or do I have to quaranteene?
A- You can visit Jamaica for any lenght, no minimum or maximum as per Covid, so No, you dont have to stay for 14+ days, We just had a couple who stay for 5 days retreat and all was very smooth, in the video below, they share with you how was traveling to Jamaica. At the moment there are few extra steps as per Covid. 1 -Buy flight, 2- Fill form on Visit Jamaica website (https://www.visitjamaica.com/travelauthorization/), 3- Get test - Negative Covid test to be presented to your airline, 4- Fly to Jamaica, 5- arrive to Jamaica, present your travel authorization code, 6- arrive to Go Natural Jamaica & enjoy relaxing.
Q - Do you have safety measures in place?
A- Yes, we fully comply with the local recommendations from TPDCO. We have measures for social distancing and offer optional wearing of masks, we clean all surfaces and areas very often and all staff is trained and constantly updated.
OUR CURRENT MODIFIED CANCELLATION POLICY:
We are waiving individual cancellation fees and will change the reservation for stays at no additional fees and transfer your reservation to another date.
Guests who booked with online travel agents or other third party travel professionals should contact their booking provider for information on their policies.
There is a medical facility 3 Km from Go Natural. There are more prominent hospitals located a short distance away in Port Antonio, and Kingston, the capital of Jamaica. Kingston is equipped with state of the art Hospitals offering exceptional care and service.
IS FLYING SAFE ?
At this moment, Go Natural is accepting future reservations. All programs, retreats, group retreats starting June 17.
The borders & airports of Jamaica opens for international tourists on 15 June.
At this time Go Natural is continuing to operate as normal and planning to hold all retreats and trainings as scheduled. This may change in the future if circumstances like quarantines or travel bans become a regular practice; but for now, we are remaining open and asking for open and direct communication to discuss individual student needs.