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When the Caribbean Island of Montserrat Was the Center of the Pop Music World

Legendary Beatles producer Sir George Martin’s dream was not just to build a recording studio in a Caribbean paradise, but to raise up the fortunes of an island he dearly loved in the process. On Montserrat, for a brief but […]

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Sandals Is Adding an All-Inclusive Dine-Around Option in Nassau 

It’s a new concept in the world of all-inclusive: the dine-around — giving guests at resorts vouchers or credits to go out and explore local restaurants as part of their all-inclusive plan.  The program, first pioneered by the Bay Gardens resort […]

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US Virgin Islands Hotel Investment Is Heating Up 

The US Virgin Islands hotel market is heating up as the territory’s efforts to promote hotel development and investment are paying off. This story is part of Caribbean Journal Invest, the authority on Caribbean hotel, real estate and tourism business […]


How to Keep Celebrating 50 Years of The Bahamas’ Independence 

The Bahamas marked its 50th anniversary of independence on July 10, and the country is continuing its Golden Jubilee celebration with a host of activities around the 700-island archipelago including a major event in Nassau to hoist the Bahamian flag.  […]

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Travelers Are Flocking to Nassau Paradise Island in The Bahamas 

During the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s (CTO) recent Caribbean Week in New York City, Joy Jibrilu, CEO of the Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board, shared the latest hotel and flights news coming out Nassau in The Bahamas. The verdict? Travelers are flocking in […]

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When George Washington Moved to Barbados

A quarter century before he was catching Hessians in Trenton, George Washington was catching sharks in the middle of the Atlantic.  When his brother Lawrence fell into ill health, the thought was that the tropical climes of an island at […]

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Building the Caribbean’s Best Tennis (And Pickleball) Courts

If you’ve played tennis at a top Caribbean resort, chances are it was built by one company: Agile Courts, which has been building courts around the United States and the Caribbean for what is now a half century. This story […]

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Regional Caribbean Ferry Returns to Antigua

Regional Caribbean ferry service L’Express des Iles has returned to the island of Antigua.  The ferry made its first trip to Antigua fro Guadeloupe this week after a nearly three-year hiatus due to the pandemic, carrying 415 passengers in a […]

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Nassau Paradise Island Is the Caribbean’s Hottest Culinary Destination

Next year, it will have been 50 years since Enrico and Anna Maria Garzaroli purchased a centuries-old private home in Nassau and turned it into the Caribbean’s first five-star restaurant. With Graycliff’s debut, Nassau immediately vaulted into the global consciousness […]

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A New Luxury Resort in the Riviera Maya

It’s one of the most popular amenities in the travel industry right now, and at the Mexican Caribbean’s newest resort, there’s one in every room.  The new La Casa de Playa which opened at the end of last month, has […]

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An Ibiza-Style Music Festival Is Coming to Cancun

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 […]

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A New Music Festival Is Coming to Playa del Carmen

A major new music festival is coming to Playa del Carmen on the Caribbean coast of Mexico.  The new festival, Departure, is the brainchild of The Brooklyn Mirage, The Cityfox Experience, and Pollen Presents.  It’s a five-day experience set from […]

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Dave Mason, Forever Feelin’ Alright in St Thomas

Musician Dave Mason’s biography reads like a who’s-who of rock history: the co-founder of the band Traffic with Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, and Chris Wood, writer of “Feelin’ Alright,” and performer of the ‘70s hit “We Just Disagree” counted Jimi […]

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The Caribbean’s Coolest Tiki Bar Is In St Croix

The Fog Cutter. The Hurricane. The Chief Lapu Lapu. The Mai Tai.  These are some of the drinks that have defined the world of “tiki,” the colorful, cheerful, retro culture that for almost 100 years has paid tribute to a […]

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How St Thomas’ Newest Cigar Lounge Has Gone Virtual

St Thomas’ newest cigar lounge had just opened when the pandemic hit.  But as small businesses are rebranding, restructuring, and in some cases permanently closing due to COVID-19, The Pelican Shop is taking to the internet to innovate. After finding […]

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Bahamas Tourism Is Open For Business

By the Caribbean Journal staff As relief and recovery efforts continue in Grand Bahama and Abaco, Bahamas officials stressed that nearly the entirety of the country’s 700-island tourism economy was open for business. Indeed, every airport in The Bahamas with […]

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In Bonaire’s Lac Bay, a Caribbean Paradise Fueled by the Wind

By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton LAC BAY – This is the birthplace. This is where it all began, where a stretch of white sand in the southeastern corner of Bonaire turned into the Caribbean capital of windsurfing. And when […]

Nigel Spence’s Recipe for Scotch Bonnet Salt

By Nigel Spence CJ Contributor As you may have read, multiple times I am sure, my favorite time of year is December, my favorite month of the year is August but my all time favorite weekend event of the year […]

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Why You Need to Spend an Afternoon on This Tiny Caribbean Island

Looking to find the best lunch in Anguilla and then some? You’ll need to get on a boat and head to Scilly Cay for one of the best afternoons you’ll ever experience. CJ Travel Editor Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon explains. 1. On a […]

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Toward Better Caribbean Aviation

Why the Caribbean Aviation Meetup Matters By Kareem Yarde CJ Contributor Just shy of five months ago, air transport and tourism leaders, enthusiasts and well-wishers huddled at the Fort Young Hotel in Dominica to herald the commencement of an annual action […]

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This Anguilla Hotel Now Has Its Own Fish Market

It’s a first-of-its-kind culinary experience in the Caribbean: a hotel with its own fish market. It’s the brainchild of the Zemi Beach House hotel in Anguilla: each week, the Zemi Beach House Fish Market sees local fishermen bring the fresh […]

A New $15 Million Education Project in Grenada

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The Caribbean Development Bank is funding a major new project that will expand or rehabilitate six schools across Grenada. The Grenada Education Enhancement Project launched last week in St George’s. “If we truly believe that […]

In Aruba, Soul on the Beach

Aruba has launched the 16th annual Soul Beach Music Festival, a five-day extravaganza filled with music, comedy and Caribbean vibes. The festival includes appearances from The Isley Brothers, Miguel, Fantasia and Jazmine Sullivan, among others, with a Comedy Night headlined […]

This Caribbean Airline Keeps Expanding

InterCaribbean Airways is launching new service to both Santo Domingo and Tortola out of Antigua’s recently-redeveloped VC Bird International Airport. The new flights, which begin Thursday, are the latest expansion for the Turks and Caicos-based air carrier. Flights will operate […]

Journey to Cayman Brac

A different kind of island, a different kind of people By Alexander Britell CAYMAN BRAC — There is a large corner of the Cayman Brac Museum dedicated to ’32. That was the year that everything changed, when the great storm […]

Richard Branson’s Hosting a Golf Tournament on Necker Island

A unique tournament By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s the latest innovation from British Virgin Islands resident Sir Richard Branson: a new kind of Caribbean golf tournament. It’s called the Necker Open, and it won’t be quite like any other golf […]

Curaçao Adding New Music Festival

Above: Curaçao (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Curaçao’s North Sea Jazz Festival has grown into one of the Caribbean’s leading music festivals. Now, the island is looking to build on its success with another festival: the Curaçao International […]

Major Arts Project For St Lucia

bove: St Lucia By the Caribbean Journal staff A major arts project is coming to the island of St Lucia. The project will involve the reconstruction of the Walcott House, home of brothers Derek and Roderick Walcott, the former of […]


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