Month: April 2016

A New Vegan Caribbean Recipe

 By Nigel SpenceCJ Contributor Jamaica’s newest Prime Minister – the Hon. Andrew Holness of the Jamaica Labour Party – was sworn into office on March 3, 2016 after voters proclaimed their choice for leadership at the poll. It seems that …

This Is Your Next Caribbean Overwater Bungalow Resort

 It isn’t just a Caribbean fantasy — it’s green, too. This is Azul Paradise, the next overwater bungalow hotel on your Caribbean bucket list. Set in the Bocas del Toro archipelago on Panama’s Caribbean coast, each of the hotel’s bungalows …

How to Travel to Tortola, For Less

 It’s one of the most beautiful places in the Caribbean: the British Virgin Island of Tortola. It’s a varied destination, with something for everyone, whether you’re chartering a boat or in for a culinary excursion. But it’s also home to …

LATEST NEWS

 The University of Miami School of Law hosted a major summit this week focusing on the question of reparations for slavery in the Caribbean. The conference, led by University of Miami Caribbean Law professor David P. Rowe and the school’s …

 Grenada is set for a major new music festival. The first-ever Pure Grenada Music Festival will begin April 5. The six-day festival will include eight concerts at five different locations across 32 acts. Grammy winners Joss Stone and Estelle will …

 American Airlines is resuming more service to Bermuda. The carrier will be resuming daily direct service from Philadelphia to Bermuda beginning April 5. The service from Philadelphia to LF Wade International Airport is part of a wider resumption of service …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor St. Kitts might not yet be one of the most-traveled Caribbean corners but as one of region’s emerging destinations, we’re predicting that it won’t stay that way for long. Seduced by its lush landscape and …