Airbnb Enters Cuba Market

Above: Cuba By the Caribbean Journal staff Hospitality firm Airbnb is coming to Cuba. The short-term hospitality company announced the move on Thursday, making it one of the first US companies to offer accommodations for licensed US travelers since the […]


New York’s Andrew Cuomo to Lead Trade Mission to Cuba

Above: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo By the Caribbean Journal staff New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo is planning to lead a trade mission to Cuba this year, he announced. The mission is one of a series of six foreign […]


United States Sends Envoy to Cuba

Above: US Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Roberta S Jacobson By the Caribbean Journal staff A United States envoy is visiting Cuba this week for talks aimed at re-establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries. US Assistant Secretary […]


Barack Obama on Cuba: “It’s Time to Try Something New”

Above: US President Barack Obama By the Caribbean Journal staff United States President Barack Obama gave his State of the Union address on Tuesday night, a speech which included the country’s recent thawing of relations with Cuba. Obama addressed the […]


Blue Diamond’s Starfish Brand Opens Second Resort in Cuba

Above: the Starfish Cuatro Palmas in Cuba By the Caribbean Journal staff Another new resort has opened its doors in Cuba. Blue Diamond’s Starfish brand has officially debuted its new resort in the Varadero area of the island. The Starfish […]

These are the New Rules For United States Travel to Cuba

Above: Havana, Cuba By the Caribbean Journal staff Following this month’s historic thawing of relations between Cuba and the United States, the US government has announced a series of diplomatic and economic changes. Those changes include major shifts to the […]

Meliá Opens New Cuba Resort

Above: the new Meliá Jardines del Rey By the Caribbean Journal staff Melia has opened its newest all-inclusive resort in the Caribbean: the Meliá Jardines del Rey. The family-oriented, all-inclusive resort began operations at the turn of the new year […]


Cuba Tops 3 Million Tourists in 2014

Above: a Royalton resort in Cuba By the Caribbean Journal staff Cuba has eclipsed three million tourists in 2014, according to new data from the government. That represented a growth of around 6 percent over the previous year, according to […]

Who Travels to Cuba?

Above a Royalton resort in Cuba By the Caribbean Journal staff In light of the recent rapprochement between the United States and Cuba, many wonder about the future of American tourism to Cuba, and what that will mean both for […]

Copa Begins New Cuba Flights

Above: a Copa plane By the Caribbean Journal staff Copa Airlines has launched new flights between Panama and Santa Clara, Cuba, the carrier announced. Santa Clara is the carrier’s second location in Cuba. “People who love nature, idyllic beaches and […]


What Will An Open Cuba Mean For the Caribbean Travel Industry?

Above: the Melia Cohiba hotel in Havana By Alexander Britell MIAMI —What will an open Cuba mean for the rest of the Caribbean tourism industry? For now, the Caribbean travel industry seems to be taking a wait-and-see approach. “Over the […]

Memories Resorts Expands in Cuba

Above: the Memories Holguin Resort By the Caribbean Journal staff Memories Resorts is expanding in Cuba. The company has acquired the former Riu Playa Turquesa in the area of Holguin, which will now be operated as Memories Holguin Resort. The […]

US to Normalize Relations With Cuba

Above: Havana By Alexander Britell The Caribbean changed forever on Wednesday morning. United States President Barack Obama announced a major shift in more than half-century of American politics, signaling the two countries’ desire to work toward normalizing relations. The announcement […]


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