By the Caribbean journal staff Spirit Airlines is expanding its route network in the Caribbean with new service between Baltimore/Washington and Montego Bay, Jamaica. The new service, which will begin March 22, will operate daily, year round, according to the …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Victory ship is undergoing an extensive 17-day dry-dock that will add a host of new food and beverage options, the company announced this week. The multimillion-dollar dry dock in Freeport, The …

 By Alexander Britell There is a calm on these mystical waters, blue, silent. Somewhere among the mangroves there is a sanctuary. Ansil slowly drives the flats boat, the one he built with his own hands, negotiating the green, taking us …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Trinidad-based Caribbean Airlines has launched its first-ever flights to Cuba. The airline’s brand new service to Cuba launched on Saturday with the inaugural nonstop flight from Port of Spain. The flight was received with the …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff A pair of Caribbean rums took the crown on Sunday at the Saint Lucia Food and Rum Festival’s People’s Choice Awards at Pigeon Island in Saint Lucia on Sunday. Clifton Estate Rum from Nevis took …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Olympians Keri-anne Payne and David Carry are welcoming swimmers of all abilities for a retreat at Nisbet Plantation Beach Club in Nevis in March. The retreat at the Nevis hotel will take place from March 21-28. …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The first-ever Caribbean Rum Awards was held in Saint Lucia this weekend, and the winners have been selected. The awards, curated by Caribbean Journal and a team of nine judges, covered six categories, including white …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Heading to the Dominican Republic’s tourism paradise of Punta Cana? There’s a new way to add a cultural adventure to your beach getaway. Dominican Republic transportation firm Metro ST has added a new coach bus …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Greg Lyon, who sent in this terrific shot of the beach at Galley Bay in Antigua. Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean? Send …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Rapidly-expanding regional Caribbean airline interCaribbean Airways has announced a new route. Beginning Feb. 1, customers will be able to fly nonstop between Tortola, British Virgin Islands and Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. The new nonstop flights …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Move over, happy hour. Aruba’s Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort has launched the Caribbean’s first-ever Healthy Hour. The hour lets guests “toast to their health” each day from 3 to 4 PM with half-priced nutrient-rich …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Four months after Hurricane Irma, St. Maarten is “steadily recovering” and showing visible signs of progress, officials said. This past month marked the reopening of St. Maarten’s cruise ports, as Viking Cruises’ Viking Sea ship and …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal has been appointed as Carnival Cruise Line’s new Chief “Fun” Officer. The announcement is part of the line’s new brand campaign, “Choose Fun,” which launched earlier this week. O’Neal …

 Luxury is cool. Art is cool. Great service is cool. Sometimes cool defies definition. But when it comes to a cool hotel, you just know it when you see it. The sixth annual CJ Cool List takes you across the …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a new destination for yoga in Grenada, thanks to a series of enhancement projects at the island’s Spice Island Beach Resort. The all-inclusive Grand Anse-area property has debuted a major new open-air yoga pavilion …