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Cayman Islands Tourism Is Sizzling

The Cayman Islands is well on track to surpassing the successful tourism numbers it annually received before 2019 when COVID knocked the global travel industry on its back. The Cayman Islands welcomed 1,027,668 visitors in 2022 with 743,394 cruise passengers […]

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A New Way to Live in the Cayman Islands 

By Joe Pike, Special Contributor to CJI It’s the newest project in the Cayman Islands: Kapok, a 10-level, 120,000-square-foot residential building with 89 units on floors No. 2 to 10 recently completed development in January. But it’s a new kind […]

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The Five Best Trinidad Hotels

Whether you’re on the island for Carnival, for business or just looking for one of the Caribbean’s great foodie destinations, there’s something for everyone in Trinidad. But with the island in many ways still under the radar for seasoned travelers, […]

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How to Travel to Trinidad Right Now, For Less

Thinking of a getaway to Trinidad? There are a host of specials for stays on one of the Caribbean’s most energetic islands (and one of the region’s top culinary destinations) right now. The Chancellor Hotel, a 30-room property near Port […]

The Best Business Hotels in Trinidad

When US Vice President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping visited the Caribbean, they both went to Trinidad. That’s because over the years the country has become the de facto business capital of the region, led by its booming […]

CJ Pick: Kava in Port of Spain, Trinidad

Above: Kava (CJ Photo) At first glance, it’s an unassuming restaurant in a hotel lobby in Port of Spain, Trinidad. But Kava, one of the onsite restaurants at the Kapok hotel, is so much more. The modern-styled eatery, which has […]

Trinidad, Venezuela Talk Oil

Above: Port of Spain (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Trinidad and Venezuela held talks this week on the “unitization of cross-border hydrocarbon reservoirs” between the two countries. It was the second time the two countries had convened the […]

Haiti’s Art, Outside the Box

Above: Jean-Baptiste Jean, untitled, Oil on Wood (All images courtesy Pan American Art Projects) By Alexander Britell While Haitian art rose to international prominence in the second half of the 20th century, a four-year economic embargo in the early 1990s […]


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