Month: June 2019


At the Edge of the Caribbean, a Hidden Jewel in Panama

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By Alexander Britell There’s a reason they put a canal here. Panama is the thinnest sliver of the Americas, the most logical place to put the world’s most important shipping route, the isthmic keyhole from the Caribbean Sea to the […]


An All-Inclusive Private Sanctuary in Turks and Caicos

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By Bob Curley CJ Contributor Providenciales in Turks and Caicos is known as one of the top luxury destinations in the Caribbean, and it got just a little bit posher in January with the opening of Ambergris Cay, a 10-villa […]


The Bahamas’ Great Harbour Cay Is Getting a New Airport

Bahamas Great Harbour Cay Airport

By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the Bahamas’ most beloved, but still largely undiscovered, destinations is getting a brand-new airport. Great Harbour Cay, a tiny white-sand paradise in the heart of the country’s Berry Islands archipelago, is the site […]


The Best Way to Fly to Anguilla


By the Caribbean Journal staff When you’re heading to one of the most luxurious destinations in the Caribbean, you want to do it in style. And that’s precisely what you get on Tradewind Aviation. The luxury Caribbean airline has launched […]

Saint Lucia Is Getting a Major New Golf Resort

Saint Lucia Golf Resort

By Alexander Britell The developers of Canada’s famed Cabot Links in Nova Scotia are expanding to the Caribbean — and the result could be a significant addition to the region. Cabot’s first-ever international property will be a major new golf […]

A Strong Month for JetBlue

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By the Caribbean Journal staff It was another strong month for JetBlue Airways, according to the New York City-based airline’s latest passenger data. JetBlue reported 4.587 billion revenue passenger miles in May, which represented a 5.7 percent increase compared to […]


A New Beach Shack in Cancun

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By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a new beachfront hotspot in Cancun. It’s called SacBé Beach Shack, and it’s the newest addition to the 450-room Marriott Cancun Resort on the Caribbean coast of Mexico. The beach shack blends Tulum style […]

The Best Family Resort in Mexico

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By Alexander Britell “Would you like cucumber, lime or lemon in your water?” I don’t think I’d ever been asked this specific question before, even in Paris or Rome, in luxury hotels the world over. I was with my family […]

Caribbean Photo of the Week: On the Sand in Negril, Jamaica

caribbean photo negril jamaica

By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Robert Schoendorf, who sent in this very cool shot of the beach in Negril, Jamaica. Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean? Send it […]


Bahamas Travel Demand Is Booming

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Travel demand for The Bahamas is booming so far in 2019, according to a new report from Expedia Group. The Bahamas saw a 43 percent growth in travel demand in the first quarter of 2019, […]

Rum Journal: In Puerto Rico, the History of a Little Barrel

puerto rico rum barrel

By Alexander Britell He would carry it around in a small wooden barrel, rum in arm, giving tastes to his friends and those who wished to try it. Don Pedro Fernandez, a third-generation sugarcane grower in Puerto Rico, had studied […]

Anguilla’s Malliouhana Adds Two New Villas

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The Malliouhana, Auberge Resorts Collection hotel in Anguilla has expanded. The property has announced the addition of a pair of new villas, Kishti Villa West and Kishti Villa East, to its management portfolio. The new […]


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