Month: December 2014


Strong 2014 For St Maarten Tourism

Above: St Maarten (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff St Maarten’s tourism sector has had a very strong 2014, according to new data from the Caribbean Tourism Organization. Through the third quarter of 2014, the country welcomed 377,341 stayover […]


A St Regis in Bermuda?

Above: a St Regis hotel By the Caribbean Journal staff Could Bermuda soon be home to a St Regis hotel? According to Bermuda Tourism Minister Shawn Crockwell, a five-star St Regis property could be coming to the island’s St George’s […]


Where to Travel in 2015: The Must-Visit Places in the Caribbean

DON’T JUST visit the Caribbean this year. Experience it. Go outside of your comfort zone and find something new. That’s the advice of our Where to Travel list for 2015, featuring some of our favourite places in the Caribbean: some […]


Hyatt Ziva Opens Another Property

Above: Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta By the Caribbean Journal staff Hyatt has opened its third all inclusive Mexico resort, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts and Playa Hotels and Resorts announced. The new property is located at the former Dreams Puerto Vallarta, […]

Singapore’s Lesson for Jamaica

By Paul Hay CJ Contributor Singapore is an island city-state in Southeast Asia. It was founded by Britain as a trading colony in 1819. Lee Kuan Yew became its first Prime Minister in 1959. Four years later, Singapore joined the […]

Caribbean Photo of the Day: The Caribbean Version of Sugarloaf

Above: Pain de Sucre in Terre de Haut (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s one of the world’s most iconic places: Sugarloaf Mountain in Brazil. But did you know it has a counterpart in the Caribbean? It’s called […]


The Caribbean's Best Pools - 2014

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor We’re all about the beach, but sometimes a little poolside relaxation is in order. When we’re craving some lounge time, these are the pools where we like to pull up a chaise (and suck […]

Rum Journal: A Barbados Rum Distillery You Need To Visit

Above: tasting rums at Foursquare (all photos by CJ) BARBADOS — IT’S A place where the rum flows like water. On every block, at every street corner, there’s a rum shop or a rum bar or a place to find […]

Caribbean Photo of the Week: A Rainbow on Nevis Peak

The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Tafari Ayinde, who sent in this beautiful snapshot of a rainbow on Nevis Peak in Nevis. Do you have a great photo of the Caribbean? Send it to news@caribjournal.com with CPOTW […]


St Kitts’ Ocean Terrace Inn Planning March 2015 Reopening

Above: a rendering of the finished product By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts’ Ocean Terrace Inn is planning to reopen its doors on March 1, 2015 following an extensive renovation. The property received a $5 million loan from the […]

Who Travels to Cuba?

Above a Royalton resort in Cuba By the Caribbean Journal staff In light of the recent rapprochement between the United States and Cuba, many wonder about the future of American tourism to Cuba, and what that will mean both for […]

Copa Begins New Cuba Flights

Above: a Copa plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Copa Airlines has launched new flights between Panama and Santa Clara, Cuba, the carrier announced. Santa Clara is the carrier’s second location in Cuba. “People who love nature, idyllic beaches and […]


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