Underwater Caribbean: A Squid Off Waterlemon Cay

By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Underwater Caribbean shot comes from Caribbean Journal reader Phil Chansky, who took this beautiful photograph of a squid off of Waterlemon Cay off the coast of St John in the US Virgin Islands. […]


A New Way to Stay Fit in San Juan

Above: the Condado Plaza Hilton By Dana Niland CJ Contributor San Juan’s Condado Plaza Hilton is introducing Puerto Rico’s first SURFSET surf-inspired fitness classes, the property announced. Guests and groups can take part in the unique workout that delivers the […]


How to Have the Ultimate Caribbean Kitesurfing Vacation

Above: kitesurfing in the BVI (Photos: Owen Buggy) By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The Saba Rock Resort has announced an exciting new opportunity for thrill-seekers visiting the British Virgin Islands. In addition to a four-night stay in a double-occupancy suite, the […]


Watch This Kitesurfer Jump off the Top of Richard Branson’s Necker Island

Above: Jacobsen above the top of Necker Island’s Great House By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean’s resident mogul, Richard Branson, is increasingly sharing the goings-on at his private Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands, but his latest release might […]


Why This Tiny Caribbean Fishing Village Is Your Next Culinary Destination

Above: Deshaies, Guadeloupe (all photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell DESHAIES — Just before noon on a recent trip to Guadeloupe’s Island of Basse-Terre, I saw a rooster walking into a church. At first glance, it seemed the most exciting […]

The Best Way to See the British Virgin Islands

Above: a Moorings 48-foot catamaran called “Friend Ship” By Alexander Britell IT’S TWO O’CLOCK on Prickly Pear. Lal has just made us some ti’ punches with the last bit of Rhum St James left on the island. It’s not a bottle that will […]

At Tortola’s Long Bay Beach Resort, the Art of the Hideaway

Above: Long Bay Beach Resort in Tortola (All photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell TORTOLA — There are no crowds. There is just the beach. Not any beach, though. Tortola’s Long Bay is one of the most beautiful in the […]


Journey to Palomino Island

Above: Palomino Island (All photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell FAJARDO – This isn’t Puerto Rico. I can see Puerto Rico ahead, its mountains climbing on top of one another, lightly obscured by the recent Sahara haze. But this isn’t […]

The Best Caribbean Snorkeling Islands

It’s the Caribbean’s most precious resource. It’s right there. It’s beckoning you. You’re on the beach, taking in the sun, and you’re fascinated by what’s going on in the vast blue world right in front of you. It’s why so […]

Is Martinique the Next Caribbean Surfing Capital?

Above: surfing in Martinique (Photo: Martinique Surfing) By the Caribbean Journal staff Is Martinique the next big Caribbean surfing capital? Long an under-the-radar surfing spot, the French Caribbean island will get its place in the spotlight when the surfing world gathers on […]


How to Learn to Kitesurf in Anguilla

Above: kitesurfing in Anguilla (Photo: Mike Powell Photography) By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Got a spare $175,000 kicking around? Anguilla’s Ani Villas knows how you can spend it. The 10-bedroom waterfront villa estate has partnered with Private Jet Services Group […]

9 Ways to Enjoy Bonaire By Land

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor BONAIRE — With a whopping 89 dive sites, 350 species of fish, and 57 types of coral, Bonaire is a bonafide diver’s paradise. But you don’t have to go deep to appreciate it. Here […]

Hiking St Kitts in 7 Photos

By Joshua Martinez CJ Contributor ST KITTS — The Eastern Caribbean island of St Kitts packs a big punch when it comes to hiking, with a host of trails equally formidable for the novice and the expert. On a recent […]


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