Month: July 2017


The Best Places to Eat Lobster in Anegada

Anegada: it’s the remote, beach-filled outpost of the British Virgin Islands, a throwback to the Old Caribbean that remains one of the region’s undiscovered gems. More importantly, though, Anegada is without question the Caribbean capital of lobster — thanks to a […]


Delta, Air France-KLM, Virgin Atlantic Launch Joint Venture

Delta Operations

Delta Air Lines is expanding its partnership with Air France-KLM, the carrier announced this week. Delta is deepening its ties with a $440 million USD investment to acquire a 10 percent equity in Air France-KLM. The carrier also announced that […]

Caribbean History: Remembering Maurice Bishop

Our new Caribbean History feature takes a look at the major people and moments in the history of the region. By David P. Rowe One of the most important Caribbean leaders of the 20th century was Maurice Bishop. His career […]

Caribbean Video

VIDEO: Checking in to Peter Island, The Iconic Private Island Resort

peter island

“This could be a country.” That’s the thought you have surveying the natural wonders of Peter Island, a private island that feels even bigger than its nearly 1800 acres. Five white-sand beaches, stunning cliffs, gardens — it’s a haul that […]

St. Barth Properties Adds New Villa

villa ela

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor St. Barth Properties has introduced a new addition to its portfolio, Villa ELA. This St Barts villa compound is located directly on Flamands, one of the island’s most popular beaches. An ideal winter getaway for […]

Jamaica’s Big Gastronomic Plans

Aiming to position itself as a foodie destination, Jamaica’s tourism officials are planning a major push to become a hub for “gastronomic tourism.” The first step will be the creation of a series of “gastronomic centers” across the island, with […]


The Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France's Newest Culinary Offerings

Cheval Blanc

There’s a new way to eat at the Cheval Blanc. The Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France  has unveiled a new dinner menu and cocktail menu, with Chef Yann Vinsot combining French cuisine with local island-inspired flavors. The new culinary […]

5 Caribbean Getaways for Labor Day 2017

labor day getaways.

By Alexander Britell It isn’t the longest vacation of the year, but it’s one of the most important: Labor Day, the summer travel season’s exclamation point. Maybe you block out a three-day weekend, or add on a few extra days. […]

WestJet Launching Calgary-Belize Flights

WestJet Belize

Canadian carrier WestJet is expanding its Caribbean network with a new route to Belize. Beginning Nov. 3, WestJet will operate weekly nonstop service between Calgary and Belize on Fridays. The flights will depart Calgary at 9:15 AM, arriving at 2:51 […]

Best of the Caribbean

Vote for the Best Cruise Line in the Caribbean - 2017

What’s the best way to cruise around the Caribbean? Why not ask the world’s greatest Caribbean travel experts — Caribbean Journal readers. We’re asking you to vote on your pick for the best cruise line that sails the Caribbean, big […]

How to Make a “Royal Mojito”

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor This classic mojito comes from the Croquet Bar at Puerto Rico’s Royal Isabela, where bartender Héctor Guzmán Román serves it to patrons who appreciate the full, fresh flavor of the organic limes and mint, […]

Tulum’s New Luxury Condo

silk residences

There’s a new boutique luxury condo coming soon to the increasingly hot destination of Tulum. Silk Residences is opening its doors in the Riviera Maya, marking the first luxury condominium in Tulum’s center, with prices ranging from $278,850 to $325,700. […]


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