By Alexander Britell There are fire breathers in Marigot Bay. It’s Tuesday night, and the Marina Village is filled with brilliant hues and pulsing moves, as the heart of one of the most prestigiuos superyacht marinas in the Caribbean is …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor The only new oceanfront and harbor-frotn real estate developments in Barbados are planning a major new sales push. As part of its agreement with the Barbados-based construction and development firm JADA Group, IMI Group will manage …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Saint Lucia has expanded an initiative to add free Wi-Fi zones across the island. The latest iteration of the Government Island-Wide Network has added five free Wif-Fi “zones” across the island. That includes spots in …

 A candlelit dinner on the cliffs of Negril. A beachy afternoon in Uvero Alto. A secluded picnic on a deserted island. The Caribbean teems with romantic vacations — but what if you could combine a magical retreat with your loved one …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Sandy Ruyack of Brewster, New York, who sent in this stunning shot of the green hills of Philipsburg, the capital of St Maarten. Have you taken …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff It might just be the hottest destination in the Caribbean – with surging arrivals, an array of new hotels and the kind of “it” factor vibe that comes from a special combination of exclusivity and adventure. …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Spirit is adding a new route to Jamaica’s capital as part of a wider expansion to the island. The Florida-based low-cost carrier will launch new nonstop flights between Orlando and Kingston beginning March 1, it …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica set another record for overall visitor arrivals in 2018, according to the country’s Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett. The island welcomed 4.31 million combined cruise and stayover visitors last year, a new record for …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Le Studio, the newest addition to the villa collection at St Barth’s Les Islets de la Plage, is now open for guests. The popular Les Ilets de la Plage has a portfolio of 12 private villas …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada is breaking records amid a full-fledged tourism boom. The tri-island destination (which also includes the islands of Petite Martinique and Carriacou), welcomed a total of 528,077 visitors across the cruise, stayover and yachting sectors …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Traffic reports for Martinique Aimé Césaire Airport show increased traffic for the island, according to newly released data.  The airport saw a rise in traffic of 5.51 percent for November 2018 over November 2017, bringing the …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Altamer villa resort has completed its post-Irma comeback on the island of Anguilla, Caribbean Journal has learned. The luxe retreat is comprised of a collection of beachfront villas on Anguilla’s Shoal Bay West Beach. …

 There’s a peculiar joy to finding that hidden-away hotel, the one you haven’t heard of, the one without a brand but with a personality. There’s a feeling you get when you discover a hotel for yourself — one that soon develops …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Sun Country Airlines is expanding again in the Caribbean. The carrier, which just added new flights from Minneapolis to Belize and St Kitts, has announced a pair of new routes out of Dallas-Fort Worth. The …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Punta Cana is home to another new hotel, following this week’s debut of the Ocean El Faro in Uvero Alto. The 618-room Dominican Republic all-inclusive is the latest by H10 Hotels; it will be followed …