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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 …

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 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ 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 are …

 By Joshua MartinezCJ 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 journey …

 Crystal-clear, turquoise, tranquil waters, a soft, sandy beach, a Caribbean sun, all best surveyed from atop a paddleboard. It’s true — you can find great places for the increasingly popular water sport across the Caribbean, but some Caribbean destinations are …

 The Caribbean is a hiking paradise. Yes, you may think first about beaches and pools, but when it comes to great trails in the Caribbean, there is a world of opportunities, from dormant volcanos to lush rainforests. Here’s a list …

 Above: Champagne Reef By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s that moment, when you feel the geothermally-induced bubbles tickling your feet, that you come to the conclusion that Dominica is not exactly your average Caribbean island. Of course, whether you’re diving …

 Above: the Waitukubuli National Trail By the Caribbean Journal staff Dominica has long been known as the Caribbean’s “Nature Island,” and it’s easy to see why. It is the most mountainous island in the region — but also one of …

 It’s not the first place you think of when you think of surfing, but there are several parts of the Caribbean to bring your board — mostly on the Atlantic sides of the islands. Here are six great destinations to …

 Above: Champagne Reef (CJ Photo)   “It’s like being in a giant glass of champagne”   By Alexander Britell DOMINICA — Dive and snorkeling sites across the Caribbean offer unique attractions, from marine flora to encounters with dolphins. But how …