Month: November 2017


St Kitts and Nevis’ Big Plans for Yachting

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor St. Kitts and Nevis has launched a new strategy aimed at growing the destination’s yachting sector. The destination has unveiled a new Yachting Strategic and Implementation Plan for 2017-2022, which will guide efforts to diversify […]


Upgrades at Hilton Trinidad

By the Caribbean Journal staff The Hilton Trinidad hotel is nearing completion of a renovation project on its pool and pool deck. The project is a major upgrade to the 15,250-square-foot signature pool deck space at the property. It will […]


Sunwing Launches Montreal-Antigua Flights

By the Caribbean Journal staff Sunwing Airlines has launched its first-ever flights between Montreal, Canada and Antigua. The first Sunwing flight was welcomed by a water cannon salute at Antigua’s VC Bird International Airport on Sunday. Sunwing is operating the […]


Turks and Caicos’ Amanyara to Reopen in December

By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the leading luxury resorts in the Turks and Caicos Islands is planning a reopening in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The Amanyara resort on the far northwestern tip of Providenciales is […]

Necker Cup Comes to Nassau’s Baha Mar

By the Caribbean Journal staff As Richard Branson’s Necker Island and the British Virgin Islands work to recover from Hurricane Irma, the Necker Cup pro-am tennis tournament is being held this week at the Baha Mar resort in the Bahamas. […]

Windstar’s Star Pride Arrives in San Juan

By the Caribbean Journal staff Windstar Cruises’ Star Pride boutique cruise ship arrived in San Juan this weekend to begin operating Caribbean cruises out of Puerto Rico. The all-suite, 212-guest Star Pride will be sailing a series of seven-day itineraries […]


Montego Bay Airport Breaks Ground on $12M Taxiway Project

By the Caribbean Journal staff MBJ Airports Limited, the operator of Montego Bay’s Sangster International Airport, has broken ground on a new $12 million USD project aimed at rehabilitating the airport’s taxiways. The project will include the removal and reconstruction […]

5 Adults-Only All Inclusive Resorts to Visit Right Now

Many resorts in the Caribbean are perfect for travelers of all ages, whether you’re looking for a family getaway or a romantic escape. But certain resorts are tailor made for the latter, with the perfect combination of comfort, seclusion and, […]

Caribbean Home: A $25 Million Estate in Turks and Caicos

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Home heads to the Turks and Caicos Islands, the setting of a spectacular beachfront estate called Turtle Tail. The property, listed with Sotheby’s International Realty for $25 million, has a total of […]


Why AMResorts Partnered With Cornell University


By the Caribbean Journal staff Apple Leisure Group subsidiary AMResorts has partnered with Cornell University on a new certificate program for AMResorts general managers, the company announced. The AMResorts Top Executive Certificate Program is a personalized business and hospitality development […]

Caribbean Photo of the Week: Alleynes Bay, Barbados

By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal subscriber Alex Rome, who sent in this very cool shot of Alleynes Bay, Barbados. Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean? Send it to news@caribjournal.com […]

Riu Opens Expanded Resort in Punta Cana

By the Caribbean Journal staff Global resort giant RIU Hotels and Resorts has opened its new expanded offering in Punta Cana. The Riu Republica adults-only resort on Punta Cana’s Arenda Gorda beach has debuted a major new expansion including an […]


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