Year: 2015


The Hippest Restaurant in Great Bay, St Maarten

You’re just off the cruise ship, off the water taxi from the Port of St Maarten and on the wharf in Great Bay. Or maybe you’ve just finished an afternoon of shopping on Front Street. So what if you’re looking […]


VIDEO: The Caribbean’s Best Cruise Port Beach

There are so many great cruise ports around the Caribbean, but few of them have a great beach in close proximity. While you can explore in Old San Juan, shop in St Kitts, find your duty free desires in St […]


Dreaming of Saba Rock

Dreaming of nights on a tiny rock in the British Virgin Islands By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor It’s only one square-acre, a tiny spit floating in the British Virgin Islands’ North Sound. But Saba Rock is on my list […]


Caribbean Airlines Has a New Reservation System

Trinidad-based Caribbean Airlines has announced the upgrade of its reservations and ticketing system. The company has moved its system to Amadeus technology, it said in a statement. The next phase of the technology shift, which extends to the airline’s airport […]

UN “Concerned” Over Political Uncertainty in Haiti

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says he is “concerned” over the political situation in Haiti. In a statement this week, Ban said he was concerned about the “growing political uncertainty in Haiti, following the publication of the results of […]

The Caribbean’s Best Chef - 2015

With the increasing culinary might of the Caribbean region, this was not an easy choice. From Anguilla to Puerto Rico, Grand Cayman to St Martin, there are culinary hubs around the Caribbean, places that put a premium on food, where […]


Bermuda Tourism Down in 2015

Bermuda is seeing continued tourism struggles in 2015, according to the latest data from the Caribbean Tourism Organization. The island’s tourism arrivals are down 3.3 percent so far in the January-August period, according to the latest CTO data. A total […]

Op-Ed: Caribbean Climate Change: What's Next?

By George Nicholson and Nnyeka Prescod Op-Ed Contributors There is rising anxiety amongst island nations as the effects of the continuous warming of the earth become more evident on our physical environment. The negative impacts arising from changes in weather […]

A Very Strong Year for Dominican Republic Tourism

The Caribbean’s biggest tourism market is having another very strong year. The Dominican Republic is reporting an 8.5 percent increase in stayover tourist arrivals so far in 2015, according to data from the Caribbean Tourism Organization. The country received 4.22 […]

Best of the Caribbean

The Best Airport Hotels in the Caribbean

In the Caribbean, an airport hotel means something very, very different than what you’re used to. By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Maybe you’re traveling with little ones; jetting off on a quick getaway; or you’ve already flown across the […]

VIDEO: Snorkeling at Douglas Point, Dominica

Dominica is home to the Caribbean’s greatest hiking trail: the 115-mile-long Waitukubuli Trail. But if you’re not in the mood for a grueling hike, you can try the Waitukubuli By Sea tour at Dominica’s Secret Bay hotel. The boat tour […]

VIDEO: Twilight on Grand Case Beach, St Martin

It’s one of the best-kept secrets in the Caribbean: the Grand Case Beach Club, the lovely boutique resort on the edge of the Caribbean’s culinary capital. At twilight, all you hear are the strong laps of the waves and the […]


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