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Five Secret Caribbean Food Hotspots

We’ve long hailed the wonders of the Caribbean’s gastronomic scene, and in many ways it’s never been better, with culinary capitals in places like St. Martin, Puerto Rico and Anguilla, to name a few. But there are so many more […]

VIDEO: One of the Best Snorkeling Spots in the British Virgin Islands

It’s one of the best places to snorkel in the British Virgin Islands: The Indians, the little chain of rocky islets so named for their apparent resemblance to traditional Native American headdresses. But it’s also just a pretty cool place […]

St Thomas Stars in DIRECTV’s new Hannah Davis Ad Spots

Above: Hannah Davis in St Thomas By the Caribbean Journal staff After concluding its campaign with Rob Lowe, DIRECTV has brought its latest ad campaign to the island of St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. Frequent DIRECTV pitchwoman Hannah […]

The Top 10 Spots To Snap a Selfie in the Caribbean

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Contributor Yes, the world’s gone selfie-crazy. So why even bother to fight it? Grab your selfie stick and shutter remote and start snapping at these iconic Caribbean spots. The Pitons, St. Lucia The journey of 2,619 […]

Taiwan Providing Island-Wide Wi-Fi Hotspots For St Lucia

Above: St Lucia (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The government of Taiwan will be providing island-wide Wi-Fi hotspots around the island of St Lucia, the government said this week. The project has already been approved, and will be […]

Jamaica Defence Force Spots Debris From Private Plane Crash

Above: what is believed to be wreckage from the crash (Photo: JDF) By the Caribbean Journal staff A Jamaica Defence Force search and rescue team has spotted and photographed what is believed to be debris from Friday’s small plane crash […]

Mining, Construction Lone Bright Spots for Jamaican Economy

Above: the PIOJ press briefing By the Caribbean Journal staff While Jamaica’s economy continued its decline in the second quarter of 2013, there were some bright spots: mining, quarrying and construction, according to the Planning Institute of Jamaica. While the […]

Haiti Jumps 18 Spots to 39th in FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking

Above: Haiti’s Grenadiers in action against Dartmouth earlier this year By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti’s Grenadiers surged 18 spots in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, overtaking Jamaica as the top-ranked Caribbean side. Haiti is now ranked 39th in the […]

The Caribbean’s Most Sustainable Hotel Is In The Bahamas  

From the moment you walk into the lobby, The Retreat seems just like a typical tropical hotel you might find anywhere in the Caribbean.  The 15 guest rooms are modern and clean; the restaurant has blackened mahi-mahi and flatbreads and […]

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United Airlines Is Launching Nonstop Flights to the New Airport in Tulum

The Mexican Caribbean hotspot of Tulum is about to get its first-ever international airport. Now, another major carrier is planning to launch flights to the destination, Caribbean Journal has learned. Following Delta’s high-profile announcement of Atlanta-Tulum flights (followed by a […]

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American Airlines Adding More Daily Nonstop Flights to Antigua and Barbuda

The twin-island destination of Antigua and Barbuda has 365 beaches — or, as locals like to say, a beach for every day of the week.  Now, the country is getting more major nonstop flights for every day of the week, too.  […]

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The Hartling Group’s New Turks and Caicos Real Estate Project 

The remaining villas that need to be built at the much-anticipated Villas at Blue Mountain project in Turks and Caicos are slated to be completed by the beginning of 2025, said Stan Hartling, CEO and founder of The Hartling Group. This story is […]

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With Winter Ahead, a Sunny Outlook for Caribbean Hotels

Summer’s over, kids are back in school and travel starts to cool down with the weather.  But even in the year’s customary nadir, the Caribbean still showed strong improvement last month, according to new data from hotel analytics firm STR.  […]

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Puerto Rico Keeps Up Sizzling Airport Traffic 

Puerto Rico’s air traffic is showing no signs of slowing down, even as other tourism hotspots cool off in the shoulder season.  Passenger traffic at the island’s main air hub, Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, rose by 24.1 percent in […]

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The 20 Best Adults-Only All-Inclusive Caribbean Resorts to Visit Now

It’s fall, the kids are back in school. Travel is calmer and it’s time for the perfect relaxing Caribbean getaway. If you’ve been paying attention, adults-only resorts, particularly those of the all-inclusive variety, are hotter than ever in the Caribbean, […]

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Royal Caribbean Opening Adults-Only Destination in The Bahamas 

Royal Caribbean is opening a new adults-only “escape” at its CocoCay private-island destination in The Bahamas.  The cruise giant has officially unveiled the new Hideaway Beach, a “beachfront paradise” that is slated to open in January 2024.  Hideaway Beach will […]

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From Turks and Caicos to St Barth, 10 Vacation Villas to Try Now

If you’re a frequent Caribbean traveler, you know that there’s simply no experience like a luxury villa vacation.  The seclusion, the comfort, the independence — they’re the reasons why villas have become arguably the biggest trend in Caribbean travel since […]


A Great Reason to Visit Bimini for Labor Day 

Bimini has become one of the most exciting hotspots in the Caribbean in recent years, in large part to a regular schedule of weekend parties at Resorts World Bimini.  And that’s exactly what’s happening for Labor Day, when the resort […]

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Why the Statia Is one of the Caribbean’s Best-Kept Secrets

The building has been here for more than two centuries, stone and brick just a few hops from the edge of the sea.  Faithfully rebuilt to evoke its colonial-era structure, the property was originally made of the ballast from sailing […]

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Puerto Rico Is the Caribbean’s Most Affordable Destination This Summer

While travel costs continue to rise — particularly flight prices — some destinations are more affordable than others right now.  Globally, travelers are spending an average of more than $7,800 on their trips, according to a new report from travel […]

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You Can’t Travel to Nassau, The Bahamas Without Visiting Graycliff

They say this is the oldest street in Nassau, so old it was here before there was a Nassau.  It was here just up the hill from the harbour when this seafront city was called Charles Town, and then when […]

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The Best Way to Fly to This Hotspot in the British Virgin Islands  

It’s home to the Caribbean’s “Billionaire’s Playground,” ringed by some of the most exclusive private destinations on earth, and home to some of the top luxury villas and resorts in the Caribbean.  But getting to Virgin Gorda hasn’t always been […]

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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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The Best Things to See, Do (and Eat) on Grand Bahama Island

It’s as complete a destination as you’ll find in the Caribbean: large resorts, blindingly white-sand beaches, spectacular eco-attractions and a vibrant dining scene (including the popular Grand Bahama Island Restaurant Month). But Grand Bahama still flies under the radar. That’s despite […]


American Airlines Is Launching a New Flight to The Bahamas 

American Airlines is adding a new route to The Bahamas, launching flights to its second airport on the island of Eleuthera.  Beginning in February 2024, American Airlines will be launching a new route between Miami and Governor’s Harbour in Eleuthera.  […]

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Where Are the Next Opportunities in Caribbean Real Estate?

Most buyers are hunting to pour money into the next Turks and Caicos, or the next island that is poised for a rapid spike in real estate development like sizzling pandemic markets such as The Bahamas and the Cayman Islands. […]

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American Airlines Adding More Flights to Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos

Two of Mexico’s hottest destinations are getting a boost this winter from American Airlines, Caribbean Journal has learned.  Beginning this winter season, American Airlines is ramping up service to both Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos, the company said.  American is […]

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The Island of St Kitts Is Seeing “Fantastic Growth” 

From new hotels to new flights to a booming farm-to-table movement, the Eastern Caribbean island of St Kitts is one of the buzziest getaways in the Caribbean right now, poised for a strong summer amid a very competitive Caribbean market.  […]


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