Month: October 2017


Anegada Lobster Festival to Go Ahead

By the Caribbean Journal staff The popular Anegada Lobster Festival on the island of Anegada in the British Virgin Islands will go ahead this year, the BVI Tourist Board announced. The now-annual festival will take place in November despite damage […]


30 Caribbean Islands You Can Visit Right Now

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As the Caribbean works to recover from last month’s hurricanes, (a process that is already taking shape), one of the biggest questions we hear from travelers is, “where can I still visit?” Or, for some, “can I still visit the […]


St Maarten’s Divi Little Bay Resort to Reopen in May 2018

By the Caribbean Journal staff A major resort in St Maarten has announced plans to reopen next spring. The Divi Little Bay Beach Resort in St Maarten has confirmed it will reopen in May 2018 after suffering damage from the […]


Norwegian Breakaway to Homeport in New Orleans

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Norwegian Cruise Line has announced that New Orleans will be the new homeport for its Norwegian Breakaway ship. The 4,000-passenger ship will spend its winter 2018-2019 season sailing out of New Orleans to the Caribbean, […]

Seaborne Resumes Daily Anguilla Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean carrier Seaborne Airlines has resumed its flights to Anguilla. Flights had been suspended due to damage from Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The San Juan, Puerto Rico-based carrier has resumed daily commercial flights to and […]

Yes, You Can Spend This Thanksgiving in St Barth

By Alexander Britell The tiny island of St Barth has been recovering from last month’s hurricanes at a breakneck pace. And now there’s even better news: you can spend your Thanksgiving vacation there, according to Nils Dufau, president of the […]


British Airways: Caribbean Flights Back to Normal

By the Caribbean Journal staff In a major boost for the region, all British Airways flights between the Caribbean and London are operating regularly. “Our flights are back to normal between the Caribbean and London,” a spokesperson for the airline […]

Punta Cana Airport’s New VIP Lounge Will Have Its Own Pool

By the Caribbean Journal staff The Dominican Republic’s newest VIP lounge is about to set a new standard for airports anywhere. The new VIP lounge opening at Punta Cana International Airport in December will have its own panoramic outdoor swimming […]

Tradewind Aviation Resumes San Juan-St Barth Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean luxury airline Tradewind Aviation has resumed operation of regularly-scheduled daily flights between San Juan and St Barth, the carrier announced. The move comes as the San Juan airport has “made great progress in the […]


Cape Air Resumes St Thomas, Vieques, Tortola Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Regional air carrier Cape Air has resumed service to several islands in the Caribbean hit by last month’s hurricanes, the Hyannis, MA-based company announced. Cape Air has launched limited service to Vieques, St Thomas and […]

CTO Grenada Conference to Focus on Caribbean Recovery

By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean’s leading tourism conference is coming to Grenada next week, with a major focus on recovery and rebuilding in the region in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The Caribbean Tourism Organization’s State […]

KLM to Resume St Maarten Flights Oct. 29, Ramping Up Curacao Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has announced that it will be resuming flight service to the island of St Maarten beginning Oct. 29. The news is a significant boost for the island whose Princess Juliana airport […]


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