Month: September 2021


Carnival Relaunches Cruises From New Orleans

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Carnival Cruise Line has relaunched operations from the Port of New Orleans, the first cruise line to restart at the port since the onset of the pandemic.  Carnival Glory is sailing a seven-day cruise this week that will stop in […]


A Great Reason to Visit St Barth in November

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Early November is one of the best times to visit the remarkable French Caribbean island of St Barth.  You won’t find the crowds of December and January, but the villas, hotels, restaurants and hotspots are open. (Here’s all you need […]


An Ibiza-Style Music Festival Is Coming to Cancun

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Another new music festival is coming to Cancun on the Caribbean coast of Mexico.  It’s called Ibiza Spirit, and the new festival aims to bring the “spirit and culture of Ibiza” to Cancun, with a mix of pool parties, boat […]


Caribbean Photo of the Week: Finding the Blue in St Croix

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The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Juliet Romain, who sent in this lovely shot of her view in St Croix, US Virgin Islands.  Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean?  Send it to news@caribjournal.com with […]

Why This Is the Best Family Resort in Anguilla

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Anguilla is an island that’s all about the experience.  It’s an island for getting out to the beaches; about exploring; about savoring the gastronomic wonders.  And that means when you’re looking for a resort, particularly for a family, you want […]

Curaçao: “Great Momentum” for Tourism Recovery

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The Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao reported just under 31,000 stayover visitors in August, according to data from the Curaçao Hotel and Tourism Association.  That represented about 79 percent of the pre-pandemic, August 2019 stay over totals, according to the […]


British Airways Resuming Cayman Islands Flights

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British Airways is resuming its commercial flight service between Grand Cayman and London Heathrow, the Cayman Islands’ Ministry of Tourism and Transport confirmed.  The airline will be operating a “variable” schedule, with flights three times per week.  The service will […]

Southwest Airlines Is Relaunching Nonstop Flights to Punta Cana

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Southwest Airlines is set to relaunch service to the Caribbean’s most popular tourism destination: Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic.  On Feb. 17, 2022, the low-cost carrier will resume daily nonstop service between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Punta Cana.  […]

Regent Seven Seas Is Back

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Ultra-luxe cruise line Regent Seven Seas has officially returned to sailing.  The company began its first voyage in almost 18 months this week, with the debut of the new Seven Seas Splendor cruise ship sailing from Southampton, England.  The ship […]


There’s a New Look at Marriott’s Golf Resort in Panama

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The leading golf resort in Panama has unveiled a new look.  The Buenaventura Golf and Beach Resort, part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, has completed an upgrade to its 114 guest rooms and suites.  The new look has “maintained the hotel’s […]

This Dominican Republic All-Inclusive Is Reopening Soon

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One of the most popular all-inclusive hotels in the Dominican Republic’s La Romana is set to reopen, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The Viva Wyndham Dominicus Palace is set to welcome back guests on Oct. 1, 2021.  It’s reopening following a […]

In Nevis, the Ultimate "Hamilton" Experience

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Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” and its miraculous success on Broadway took the tiny island of Nevis to new heights, turning U.S. Founding Father Alexander Hamilton’s birthplace into a new kind of global hotspot.  And with Hamilton back on Broadway, the island’s […]


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