Month: March 2017

Interval, Oyster Bay Extend Agreement

Vacation services giant Interval International has extended its longstanding agreement with St. Maarten’s Oyster Bay Beach Resort. Under the terms of the exclusive, multi-year agreement, Interval will keep providing membership and vacation exchange services for the resort’s vacation ownership base. […]


How Caribbean Networks Are Upgrading

By GERARD BEST Forward-thinking network operators in Latin America and the Caribbean are using the Internet’s next-generation protocol, called IPv6, to gain a business edge over their competitors. The upside for customers is better quality of service, and in the […]


The 10 Best Caribbean Spa Resorts

It’s one thing for a Caribbean hotel to have a great spa — and the region is blessed with a striking number of world-class spas. But it’s quite another to have such a good spa so as to make the […]


A Must-Visit Caribbean Seafood Festival

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It’s a seafood-loving foodie’s dream. And it’s right in the heart of the Caribbean. This year will be the 10th edition of the annual Festival Del Mar seafood festival in Anguilla, highlighting a range of local delicacies from crayfish to […]

Grenada Gets Grant for Geothermal Development

The Caribbean Development Bank has approved a grant of around $231,000 to Grenada for geothermal energy development. The resources–coming from the Global Environment Facility, through the Inter-American Development Bank’s Sustainable Energy Facility–will go towards the planning and implementation of its […]

Regent Seven Seas Adds New Wellness Program

Regent Seven Seas Cruises is debuting a new wellness program, Seven Seas Wellness, aimed at holistic wellbeing with offerings that nurture the body and mind.   The program, which debuts this summer on Mediterranean sailings aboard Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ […]

Caribbean Video

VIDEO: Why You Need to Visit Cat Island

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It’s the great Caribbean beach destination you didn’t even know existed, filled with impossibly long stretches of white (and pink) sand and miles to go before you spot another traveler. This is Cat Island, and it’s the island you’ve been […]

A New Street Art Movement in Cancun

Cancun is welcoming an array of street artists set to transform its public spaces through a vibrant street art movement. New colorful murals have already started to emerge on Cancun’s street walls and abandoned residential areas. The first stage of […]

How You Can Save $300 on Flights to St. Kitts

Looking to get away to the island of St. Kitts? It’s easier than ever. Thanks to a special offer from the St. Kitts Tourism Authority and United Airlines, travelers booking trips between now and May 27 will get a $300 […]


Vacation Express Keeps Adding Flights

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Sunwing’s Vacation Express tour operator brand is continuing its expansion to the Caribbean. The company’s latest flights include new service to Cancun, Mexico and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic out of Columbus, Ohio’s John Glenn Columbus International Airport. The flights are […]

Why Puerto Rico Tourism Is Getting Hot

After a tumultuous 2016, Puerto Rico tourism is on the upswing, having emerged from last year’s struggles stronger than ever, from a thriving eco-tourism product to continued new airlift growth. To learn more about why the island is getting hot, […]

San Juan Marriott Names New Executive Chef

The San Juan Marriott has appointed a new top chef: Marcelo Dante Filosi Bordenave. The new hire will be executive chef and director of food and beverage, with a mandate to build on the property’s “urban resort” concept. He had […]


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