Month: February 2023


Learning to Love Sharks on Bimini in the Bahamas

A shark in Bimini.

Few species have as fearsome a reputation as sharks. But there’s far more to the story. Yes, a few shark species have a deserved reputation as ferocious hunters, but unless you’re a fish or a seal, your odds of ending […]


How to Stay at This Beach Resort for Bonaire Rum Week 

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Bonaire’s annual celebration of rum and culinary culture is back again this summer, with Bonaire Rum Week 2023 set for June 12-17.  And another one of the island’s top resorts has launched a special program for travel during the week.  […]


In the Riviera Maya, a New Kind of Wellness Vacation

Andaz Mayakoba

There’s a new way to take a wellness vacation in the Riviera Maya.  The Andaz Mayakoba luxury resort has debuted a broad new wellness offering, from new spa itineraries to health cuisine.   Recently introduced options for guests’ health-focused itineraries […]

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What’s the Climate Like for Caribbean Hotel Financing? 

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By Joe Pike, Special Contributor to CJI Despite a less-than-sunny outlook for the U.S. hotel market due to higher interest rates, the outlook for Caribbean hotels is more positive. But what does it mean it means for hotel financing in […]

A New Vision for the Impact of Caribbean Tourism 

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A leading Caribbean tourism official wants to see Caribbean nationals derive more benefits from the tourism industry, leading to greater “generational wealth” for residents of the region. Speaking at the first Global Tourism Resilience Conference, which was held in Kingston, Jamaica last […]

Auberge Resorts Is Out at Anguilla’s Malliouhana Resort 

Anguilla Luxury Resort

Auberge Resorts is out at the Malliouhana resort in Anguilla, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The landmark 63-room Anguilla resort, long one of the leading luxury hotels in the wider Caribbean, has announced that it will breturn to operating as an […]


InterCaribbean Launching Barbados-St Kitts Flights 

Barbados St Kitts Flights interCaribbean

Regional carrier interCaribbean Airways is launching new service between Barbados and St Kitts.  The new flights will launch Sunday, March 12, with service on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.  “Prior to the pandemic, the Caribbean was the second-largest source market of […]

Bonaire Is the New Hotspot of the Dutch Caribbean 

Bonaire Caribbean Dutch Hotspot

When Johnny and Therese Boer of the three-Michelin-star Die Librije opened a restaurant in Bonaire five years ago, it wasn’t just a massive moment for the Caribbean culinary scene.  The opening of the Brass Boer was a nod to the […]

In St Kitts and Nevis, the Ultimate Caribbean Swimming Event 

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It’s been more than two decades since the Caribbean’s ultimate swimming event first kicked off — and now the Nevis to St Kitts Cross Channel Swim is back again.  The 2.5-mile ocean crossing sees competitors swim across the “narrows” between St […]


New Isla Mujeres All-Inclusive Pushes Back Opening to May 

isla mujeres all-inclusive

The highly-anticipated new Secrets Impression Isla Mujeres has pushed back its opening to May, Caribbean Journal has learned.  Hyatt’s next Inclusive Collection resort will now be opening its doors on May 26, 2023.  The property had originally announced an opening […]

New Grand Cayman Luxury Real Estate Project to Break Ground 

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By Joe Pike, Special Contributor to CJI A luxurious, roughly 100-unit residential project on Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands is slated to break ground in May. There will be a total of 97 units built at Lacovia, […]

Frontier Just Launched More Flights to Montego Bay, Jamaica 

Montego Bay Jamaica Flights

Jamaica is in the midst of what is likely to be a record-breaking winter tourist season, and the island is showing no signs of slowing down.  In fact, Jamaica is adding even more new flights — with another three new nonstop […]


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