Month: April 2018


Bahamasair Launching Miami-Bimini Flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff It just got even easier to get to Bimini. The tiny archipelago is the closest Bahamian destination to Miami, and now Bahamian national carrier Bahamasair is set to launch new flights from Miami to Bimini. […]


Bahia Principe to Debut New Family All-Inclusive

By the Caribbean Journal staff Hotel giant Bahia Principe is set to relaunch one of its most popular Dominican Republic all-inclusive resorts as a family-friendly getaway. The Luxury Bahia Principe Cayo Levantado, formerly an adults-only property, will relaunch in May […]


Six Antigua Resorts You Need to Visit Right Now

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Spectacular beaches. Breathtaking scenery. Some of the most beautiful water you’ll ever see. And, oh yes, 365 beaches. There’s a reason the island of Antigua has catapulted to the forefront of the Caribbean travel industry, and the buzz just keeps […]


St Kitts Launches New Coral Reef Monitoring Program

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor St Kitts has launched an important new program to study the state of coral reefs. The St Kitts Department of Environment, in collaboration with the Department of Marine Resources, has installed a Coral Reef Early […]

The Perfect Spot for a St Barth Summer Getaway

By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s long been one of our favorite places to stay in the Caribbean — not just in St Barth. And now the charming Hotel Le Village St Barth has announced a major new offering that […]

Turks and Caicos Real Estate Is Booming

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By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s shaping up to be a banner year for the Turks and Caicos real estate market, according to a new report by Turks and Caicos Sotheby’s International Realty. Total sales volume has jumped to $63.06 […]


Conrad Cartagena Debuts Spa, Beach Club

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Conrad Cartagena has announced teh addition of a new 9,600-square-foot spa, kids club, new dining experiences and a Presidential Suite. Opened in December 2017, Conrad Cartagena is the brand’s first property on the Caribbean coast […]

The Caribbean’s Number One Regatta Is in Antigua

By the Caribbean Journal staff It isn’t just a week of sailing. It’s the Caribbean’s number one regatta, and it’s one of the leading events on the regional calendar. Period. And the 51st edition of Antigua Sailing Week is ready […]

A Climate of Change for Caribbean Internet

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By Gerard Best CJ Contributor Spring storms with winter qualities clobbered North America this week, threatening Canada with slow-moving storms, and pounding the United States with near-record snowfall in the midwest, low temperatures in the south and tornadoes further east. […]

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The Top 5 Casino Destinations in the Caribbean

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If you want to find the perfect casino in the Caribbean, you shouldn’t have to roll the dice. While there are some great casinos scattered around the region, some islands have a far better offering than others. That’s why we’ve […]

Circle by Melia Coming to Dominican Republic

By the Caribbean Journal staff Melia’s newest luxury brand is making its debut in the Dominican Republic — and it will be its most exclusive property yet. Circle by Melia, a new “brand experience” the company says is a “whole new […]

Paradisus Is Expanding in the Mexican Caribbean

By the Caribbean Journal staff A new Paradisus-branded resort is coming to the Mexican Caribbean. The new Paradisus Playa Mujeres is Melia Hotels International’s newest project in the region, with plans to open later this year in the Playa Mujeres […]


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