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How the “Aruba Effect” Is Creating Sustained Tourism Growth 

“You leave Aruba as a different person. You’ll see. There’s a normal you, then an Aruba you.” That was the feeling from Luis Perez, a repeat visitor to Aruba, who took part in a recent study the Aruba Tourism Authority […]

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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 […]

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The Caribbean Island of Statia Is Heating Up 

The tiny Caribbean island of Statia is heating up as it sees new growth coming out of the pandemic.  The island, located a short flight from St Maarten (there’s a ferry too) is starting to see tourism pick up, according […]

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Dominican Republic Tourism Keeps Heating Up 

It’s no secret that the Dominican Republic had its best year ever for tourism arrivals in 2022, easily eclipsing its pre-pandemic record and passing 7 million annual visitors.  But the Caribbean’s most popular destination is showing no signs of slowing […]

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Cayman Islands Tourism Is Heating Up   

Tourism in the Cayman Islands is in the midst of a strong recovery – and surpassing tourism officials’ own initial targets for 2022.  The island had been forecasting a 40 percent recovery of its pre-pandemic tourism totals from 2019, but the […]

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St Kitts’ Cruise Season Is Heating Up 

St Kitts is primed for a major cruise season in 2022-2023, one that will include an array of ships making their inaugural calls to Port Zante in Basseterre.  Already this season, four ships have made their inaugural calls.  That includes […]

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Turks and Caicos Real Estate Is Heating Up Again

By Joe Pike, Special Contributor to CJI This story is part of Caribbean Journal Invest, the authority on Caribbean hotel, real estate and tourism business news. Join to access this and other great features, including our biweekly newsletter. Subscribe to […]

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Jamaica Is Creating a New Tourism Development Zone

Jamaica is creating a new tourism development zone, aiming to broaden its product beyond the traditional hub of Montego Bay, Caribbean Journal Invest has learned.  This story is part of Caribbean Journal Invest, the authority on Caribbean hotel, real estate […]

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Puerto Rico Tourism Keeps Heating Up

Puerto Rico continues to see tourism growth in 2021 — a trend that’s continuing through the holiday weekend.  Hotel occupancy in Puerto Rico is nearing 96 percent for the Memorial Day weekend, according to projections from the Puerto Rico Tourism Company.  […]

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The Island of Grand Bahama Is Heating Up

As travel continues to climb to the Caribbean, one of the wider region’s closest destinations to the United States is heating up.  The island of Grand Bahama is seeing a wave of activity, with hotel reopenings, a relaunch of cruising […]

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Villa Sales are Heating Up at the Four Season Nevis

The sales surge at the Four Seasons Resort Estates Nevis is continuing through the end of the year, Caribbean Journal Invest has learned. This story is part of Caribbean Journal Invest, the authority on Caribbean hotel, real estate and tourism […]

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Delta to Block Middle Seats, Cap Seating

As part of its new health and safety measures amid the pandemic, Delta Air Lines says it is blocking middle seats on all of its flights through Sept. 30.  All middle seats will either be shown as unavailable or not […]

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Jamaica Creating Tourism Recovery Task Force

Jamaica is creating a “tourism recovery task force” in a bid to help the country’s industry recover from the coronavirus pandemic.  The task force will consist of two layers of partners with a mission to “provide a recovery and growth […]

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Guyana Tourism Is Heating Up

Guyana, the seat of the Caribbean Community and one of the wider region’s undiscovered tourism destinations, is quietly having a very strong tourism year.  Tourist arrivals were up by 8.5 percent through the end of September, according to a statement […]

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Dominican Republic, Panama Real Estate Heating Up

By the Caribbean Journal staff The Dominican Republic and Panama are the top Caribbean destinations for U.S. real estate investors, according to a report released this week by real estate company WIRE Consulting. WIRE examined the region’s real estate destinations, […]

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Creating a Culture of Development in Jamaica

And what Jamaica can learn from Antigua and Barbuda By Dennis Chung CJ Contributor Every time we come around to this time of the year — when we debate the budget, I swear that the arguments for and against are the […]

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In Puerto Rico, Creating Farms for Families

New program looks to spur agricultural development By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Governor Alejandro García Padilla presented the titles for 26 family farms to a group of farmers who, as part of an agreement with the government, will use the […]

Bahamas Creating 15 New Marine Parks As Part of Major Expansion

Major expansion of protected areas By the Caribbean Journal staff The Bahamas is launching a major expansion of its marine protected areas. As part of its commitment under the Caribbean Challenge Initiative, the country has announced the creation of 15 […]

How Airbnb Is Creating Wealth in Cuba

Airbnb’s Cuba boost  By the Cuba Journal staff The average state salary in Cuba is somewhere around $20 a month, although many on the island live on far less than that, according to figures from Cuba’s national statistical office. And […]

Caribbean Tourism Organization Treating Sargassum “Seriously and With Urgency”

What’s next for seaweed problem? By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The seasonal spike of Sargassum seaweed on Caribbean beaches has captured the attention of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) and tourism policymakers across the region. In a statement released today, […]

Eating the Caribbean’s Rarest Lobster

Above: a slipper lobster at Grand Case’s Le Pressoir (All photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton ST MARTIN— Sleeper lobster. It’s called that because it sleeps so far below the surface. Or so we thought. The waiter presented […]

Eating Through Nassau in 8 Bites

By Guy Britton NASSAU – For such a well-known destination, there are still secret spots and new places to dine off the beaten path in Nassau.  Few destinations have  a better  range o f culinary experiences. We had just three days […]

Creating Caribbean Futures

By Gerard Best CJ Contributor Many Caribbean livelihoods are made and lost around seasonal fluctuations in foreigners’ travel. For much of the region, tourism, an all-too-inefficient form of intraregional human traffic, is economic lifeblood. But for one group of Caribbean […]

Island Bites: Eating Fried Fish at Jamaica’s Hellshire Beach

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon IT’S THE Sunday-morning ritual every Kingstonian loves: venturing out of the capital to Hellshire Beach. But the point of the pilgrimage to this St Catherine strip about 30 minutes from the capital isn’t sun, sea and sand. […]

Puerto Rico Creating New Integrated Transit Authority

Above: San Juan (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla has signed a law creating the island’s new Integrated Transport Authority. The law establishes a single mass transit agency for Puerto Rico, including the […]

Caribbean Plate: Eating Through Turks and Caicos, Jar By Jar

Above: Jars on Grace Bay By the Caribbean Journal staff Providenciales’ newest culinary experience is so innovative, it might feel a bit jarring. The new pop-up restaurant at Grace Bay Club in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos called “Jars on Grace […]

Spence: A New Way of Eating For 2014

By Nigel Spence CJ Contributor Happy New Year to all.  The beginning of a new year always summons up ideas about health and wealth, reflection on the past and setting ambitious resolutions for the year ahead. Like many people, I […]

Grenada Creating Tourism Authority

Above: Grenada By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada is upgrading its Board of Tourism to a full-fledged Tourism Authority. Tourism Minister Alexandra Otway-Noel said the transition would lead to “Increased marketing opportunities, greater potential for earning and better partnership with […]


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