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Running (Then Rumming) in St Thomas

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Visiting St Thomas? Don’t rush through it. Run through it instead, on one of Active Island Tour’s hour-long tours. Guides lead groups of runners (and power walkers) on roughly hour-long tours of Charlotte Amalie […]

In St Vincent and the Grenadines, Drumming to Fight Climate Change

Above: St Vincent and the Grenadines (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s no secret that the Caribbean faces an existential threat when it comes to climate change. But a new project in St Vincent and the Grenadines is […]

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British Airways’ New Flights to Saint Lucia

British Airways has is flying from London Heathrow to Saint Lucia again.  After a more than 30 year hiatus, the carrier has restarted flights from Heathrow to Saint Lucia’s Hewanorra International Airport.  The new flights are operating weekly on Saturdays […]

VIDEO: Valentines, the Heartbeat of Harbour Island

By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton HARBOUR ISLAND — There’s the sound of the driven drumming of Junkanoo, the dynamic beat spreading across the hills of the island. This is Independence Day in The Bahamas, meaning fireworks, rum, Kalik and […]

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At the Four Seasons Nevis, a Villa for Every Kind of Traveler

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Four Seasons Resort Nevis is offering guests new ways to enjoy home away from home. The resort has introduced three new packages to showcase the flexibility of its villas, offering opportunities for groups, romantics and […]

A Jamaican Brunch in Miami

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Looking for a taste of Jamaica in Miami? Look no further than Talde, a restaurant and bar at Miami Beach resort The Confidante (formerly The Thompson), where the “Buju Brunchton” Jamaican Barbecue kicks off […]

How You Can Go on a Rum Cruise Around the Caribbean

The Rum Renaissance Caribbean Rum Cruise set for November 15 sailing By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s the dream for any rum lover: cruising around the Caribbean, visiting rum distilleries and sipping aged spirits. But it’s not a dream, thanks […]

At Martinique’s La Pagerie, the Art of the Hotel Bar

Above: the “Tropical Cafe”  bar at La Pagerie (CJ Photo) By Alexander Britell TROIS ILETS —It was crowded in the lobby, with a pulsing biguine beat and a group of vibrant Creole dancers. When I first arrived at the, bright-white bar […]

In Kingston, a Literary Voyage in the Caribbean’s Cultural Capital

Above: Cherry Natural (All photos by CJ – SGG)   By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor IT DIDN’T take place “pon di river,” but the third installation of the Kingston, Jamaica literary festival seemed no less successful for it. Held […]

St Kitts Celebrates Tourism Sector

Above: St Kitts (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts recently celebrated its tourism product, honouring individuals and businesses with an awards ceremony called “St Kitts Experience.” The event, which was held at the Carambola Beach Club, was […]

Calypso in the Spotlight at Grenada’s Camerhogne Festival

By Lincoln Depradine The weekend had barely ended but cultural officials already had begun making preparations to create additional avenues for displaying Grenada’s traditional folk culture. They have expressed deep satisfaction with the crowd attendance and the artists’ performances at […]

A Calypso Legend Returns Home

By Lincoln Depradine Brother Valentino, one of the world’s calypso legends, will be returning home to Grenada for a weekend of entertainment in St Patrick, the country’s northernmost parish, in next week. Valentino will be joined by Black Stalin and […]

How Grammy Winner Dion Parson is Bridging Jazz and the Caribbean

By Alexander Britell It’s not easy to innovate in any musical genre –- but Grammy-winning drummer Dion Parson, a native of St Thomas, is doing just that – bringing together the worlds of the Caribbean and jazz and creating what […]

Trinidad Culture Delegation to Cuba

Above: Santiago de Cuba Trinidad and Tobago is sending a delegation of local artists and cultural works to Cuba, led by Minister of the Arts and Multiculturalism Winston Peters. The group will be attending the 31st Annual Caribbean Festival in […]


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