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Colombia Looking to Support Creative Industries in Barbados

Above: Bridgetown (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff A delegation of Colombian officials is visiting Barbados this week to examine ways to expand the technical skills of designers and artisans in Barbados. The officials from the South-South Cooperation Department […]

In Jamaica, An Eye on the Creative

Above: Kingston (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean is increasingly looking to the creative sector for pathways to growth; Jamaica should be no different in this regard, according to Harold Davis, deputy chief executive officer of the […]

Op-Ed: Developing Entrepreneurship and the Creative Class in the Bahamas

By Royann Dean Op-Ed Contributor On July 19, panelists got together at tmg* talks to discuss entrepreneurship and the creative class in the Bahamas. On the panel were Edward Rolle, a board member of the Bahamas Entrepreneurial Venture Fund (BEVFL), […]

Op-Ed: Royann Dean on Building a Creative Economy in the Caribbean

Above: the Cayman Enterprise City project By Royann Dean Throughout election season in the region, we will inevitably hear talk about sustainable development. Sustainable is commonly synonymous with ‘environmental’ but also includes economic sustainability. Creativity is not likely to be […]

Douglas to LaRocque: Be Creative

By the Caribbean Journal staff CARICOM Chairman Dr Denzil Douglas, the Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, has charged incoming Secretary-General Irwin LaRocque to devise creative ways to surmount the region’s “crippling” challenges. “The large prints in the sands […]

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This Is the Most Exciting New Real Estate Project in St John, USVI

It’s the most exciting new real estate project in St John in years: Island Sky Residence Club St John, the new development which is already moving ahead with construction. In a place like St John, where two-thirds of the island […]

Guana Island Has Its Very Own Orchard

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor  These days there’s a whole lot of talk about farm-to-table “this” and slow food “that” in the culinary world, but one Caribbean resort is (literally) putting its fork where it’s food is. And at […]

Antigua’s Jumby Bay Now Offers CrossFit

Antigua’s private-island resort, Jumby Bay, has launched a pioneering new Crossfit program. The program, ICE NYC at Jumby Bay, is the result of a partnership with New York-based Crossfit studio ICE NYC. The program is led by ICE’s most elite […]

CHTA President: Caribbean Tourism Businesses Need to Adapt

Caribbean tourism businesses must adapt to succeed, according to the President of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association, Karolin Troubetzkoy. Troubetzkoy sees the upcoming Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum as an opportunity for hotels and tourism-related businesses to take stock […]

Jamaica Adding Another New Agro-Park

Above: Jamaica Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller (left) greeted by General Manager, Jamaica Stock Exchange, Marlene Street-Forrest (JIS Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Jamaica is ramping up its development of agro-parks. The country is expected to add a ninth […]

Caribbean Development Bank President Visits Jamaica

Above: Dr Warren Smith By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean Development Bank President Dr Warren Smith is currently on an official visit to Jamaica. Smith, who began the trip on Wednesday, said the CDB remained a “strong partner of Jamaica” […]

Experiencing the World of the Caribbean, Beyond Luxury Vacations

Beyond Luxury Vacations has premiered a fresh, authentic way to experience all that the Caribbean has to offer. Select your island paradise of choice — popular destinations include Grenada, Antigua, Barbados, the Grenadines, Jamaica and St Lucia — and this […]

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Nassau Paradise Island Is More Popular Than Ever. Here’s Why. 

The beaches. The world-class restaurants. The conch. The Junkanoo. The unrivaled resorts. The energy.  It’s hard to imagine a more complete destination than Nassau Paradise Island in The Bahamas, whether you’re staying at resorts like Atlantis Paradise Island or Baha […]

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The Best Luxury Resort in Curacao Is A Bali-Style Oasis With a Private Beach

It starts with the accommodations. A stunning blend of Bali and the Caribbean, every one is a sanctuary, from the plunge pools to the soaking tubs, the marvelous service and the intoxicating views.  Then there is the food: an exceptional […]

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Turks and Caicos’ Newest Resort Is Opening in November, With Its Own Private Lagoon

Maybe you know Grace Bay Beach: that impossibly white sand, the satin-turquoise water. It’s a destination that has always been beloved in the Caribbean, only more so since the pandemic.  But Turks and Caicos’ island of Providenciales is far more […]

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This Grenada Resort Has a New Executive Chef 

If you know Grenada, you know Calabash, the luxury boutique hotel that’s always set a standard for culinary excellence on the island.  The beachfront resort is now upping its game again, with the recent appointment of a new executive chef, […]

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At Nassau’s Baha Mar Resort, The Art of Everything 

A Rosewood. A Grand Hyatt. An SLS. More than 40 restaurants, including eateries by star chefs like Marcus Samuelson and Daniel Boulud. A 100,000-square-foot casino that rivals any in Las Vegas. Two spas. A championship golf course. An art museum. […]

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Legendary Dominican Republic Golf Course to Undergo Restoration Project

Casa de Campo Resort and Villas announced that its legendary Pete Dye-designed Teeth of the Dog golf course will undergo a restoration project led by Jerry Pate Design beginning January 2025.  Since opening in 1971, Teeth of the Dog has become […]

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The 10 Best Barbados Resorts for 2024, From Platinum Coast Luxe to All-Inclusive  

Champagne brunches on the Platinum Coast, food truck hopping in Bridgetown, rum shop journeys across the island. Barbados has as rich and vibrant a tourism offering as you’ll find in the Caribbean, with a robust dining scene, a teeming calendar […]

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The Cool List: the Coolest Hotels in the Caribbean for 2024

They’re different. They’re fun, they’re colorful, they’re unique. They’re themselves. The Caribbean has no shortage of cool hotels and in this, Caribbean Journal’s 12th annual Cool List, we highlight the places that hit you in a different way, that do […]

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The 25 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in the Caribbean, from Adults-Only to Boutique

What is an all-inclusive resort? In recent years, the answer to that question has changed dramatically. Today, all-inclusive means a resort that is at the cutting edge of travel trends, one that is catering to the demands of a massive […]

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The 20 Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Punta Cana for 2024 

The Dominican Republic welcomed more visitors last year than any in the country’s history, with most travelers descending on one place: Punta Cana, the tourism hotspot on the country’s eastern coast. Punta Cana has always been the most popular place […]

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The 50 Best Restaurants in the Caribbean – 2024

Don’t be fooled: there is a formula to creating a great restaurant. It’s the same formula we use to evaluate the region’s best places to eat. You see, every great restaurant is built on three core pillars: food, service and […]

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The Caribbean Travel Awards 2024

It’s hard to believe it has been a decade since the inaugural edition of the Caribbean Travel Awards, the first true regional celebration of travel and tourism in the Caribbean. In 10 years, the Caribbean tourism industry has dramatically changed, […]

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How Caribbean Hotels Should Be Good Neighbors

Hotels have a unique opportunity and responsibility to be contributors in even a greater capacity in their local communities.  To be a good neighbor, hotels should embrace opportunities to positively impact and engage with their local community. This can range […]

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The Best New Restaurant in The Bahamas 

It’s no secret that Nassau Paradise Island has become the Caribbean’s most dynamic culinary destination in the last few years.  From longtime standouts like the country’s premier dining destination, Graycliff, to local favorites like Cafe Matisse and Sapodilla to new […]

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The 25 Most Romantic Resorts in the Caribbean

There are necessary ingredients to the perfect romantic retreat: a degree of privacy, a hint of seclusion, the right amounts of design and service. But these are not always sufficient. The most romantic getaways in the Caribbean have an extra […]

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JetBlue Just Added a Second Daily Flight to Grenada

JetBlue is launching a second daily flight to Grenada for the second half of the summer.  Next week, the carrier is adding a second daily nonstop flight between New York and Grenada.  The flight will run between Aug. 7 and […]

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