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Grand Cayman’s Flip Flop Tree

A flip-flop tree grows in Cayman By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor It started with just one flip-flop. But now there are hundreds, joined by assorted sneakers, slippers and even flippers, nailed to a casuarina tree bordering the coastal road […]

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Small Caribbean Hotel of the Week: A Tiny British Virgin Islands Resort

It’s a dream that has a way of sneaking into our psyches particularly on frigid days in February: a trip somewhere far off the grid to a castaway-style retreat, just you and your flip flops and an appropriate beverage.  On […]

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Margaritaville Set to Debut New Dominican Republic Resort in November

Margaritaville is set to open its newest all-inclusive resort in the Caribbean in November, Caribbean Journal has learned.  The new Margaritaville Island Reserve by Karisma is slated to open in November and is already taking reservations, according to the company.  […]

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The 10 Best Things to Do in St Croix Right Now

St. Croix packs an abundance of attractions in its 84 square miles — in fact, acre for acre I’d put this U.S. Virgin Island up against any Caribbean destination for its diverse, interesting, and quirky activities. Here are 10 of […]

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Finding Margaritaville in Grand Cayman

By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton It’s may not be a surprise when you get to the check-in desk and find an ice-cold margarita waiting for you. What may be a surprise is just how good a margarita it really […]

VIDEO: Why You Need to Visit Treasure Cay in The Bahamas

By Guy Britton and Alexander Britell It isn’t a resort. It isn’t a beach. It isn’t a residential community. Treasure Cay is an idea. It is an idea of the ultimate, authentic Caribbean vacation, a throwback to the Caribbean that’s […]

A Caribbean Holiday Gift Guide for 2016

If you haven’t started your holiday shopping, don’t panic! We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite island-made and island-inspired gifts that you can order online to delight the Caribbean-lovers on your list. The Floatinator Enjoy your own swim-up bar in […]

A New Hotel in Tobago

Above: the Chic hotel in Tobago By the Caribbean Journal staff SAN JUAN — The island of Tobago is now home to a brand-new boutique hotel. The property, called “Chic,” is located near the ANR Robinson International Airport. The announcement […]

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The 5 Best Clothing Optional Resorts

If you want to pack light – and we mean really light – there are a handful of Caribbean resorts where you’ll need little more than sunscreen and flip-flops, and nothing will come between your buns and sun. If that […]

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The Loren at Pink Beach, New in Bermuda

The Loren At Pink Beach, a new luxury boutique in Bermuda’s Tucker’s Town that will be the first new hotel opening in more than a decade, has announced its opening date. The new five-star retreat (formerly the Pink Beach Club) […]

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Five Fun Things to Do in St. Thomas

St. Thomas combines Caribbean charm and a cosmopolitan vibe reflective of its Dutch, Danish, British, French and Spanish history. And although the region’s most popular cruise destination is synonymous with duty-free shopping and alluring beaches (of which it has both, […]

Finding a New Caribbean Island

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor I’m determined that even rain won’t spoil my trip on Buck Island, the 176-acre islet about five miles offshore from Christiansted, St. Croix. It’s an oasis I’ve longed to return to since first visiting […]

At These Caribbean Hotels, You Don’t Need a Room Key

Finding keyless Caribbean hotels By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor A hotel room with no key? What?! At first thought, relaxing in a room you can’t lock from the outside seems practically impossible. But consider this: If you’ve tucked away […]

Why You Need to Visit Tulum

The Riviera Maya’s bohemian beach escape By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Cancun gets kudos for its glitzy resorts. Playa Del Carmen’s laidback personality certainly has its appeal. But 90 minutes’ drive further south is an of-the-grid oasis where the […]


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