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A New Must-Visit Shopping Destination in St. Croix

A new place to shop in Christiansted By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Believe it or not, the holiday season is only about 10 weeks away. And if you’re a serious shopper like I am, you know that it’s never […]

The Must-Visit Shop in the Abacos

A haven for shoppers By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor MAN-O-WAR CAY — I never met a bag I didn’t like. Beach totes, hobos, box clutches, backpacks … I’ve got somewhere around 40, in leather, fabric, even straw, and in […]

20 Must-Shop Caribbean Boutiques

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Souvenir shopping in the Caribbean? For the love of God, put down that fridge magnet, shot glass or oversize sombrero. And don’t get me started on those knitted hats with the faux dreadlocks! I’ve […]

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Rum Journal: The Best Rum Shop in Bonaire 

It’s never been known as a rum destination, but for rum drinkers making the trip, Bonaire is home to one rather good rum shop.  And it’s actually a Chinese supermarket.  It’s called the Zhung Kong supermarket, and inside this grocery […]

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10 Must-Visit Private Island Resorts in Belize

Belize is a fascinating country full of ancient Mayan ruins and jungles prowled by jaguars, but perhaps its greatest natural treasure is the 190-mile-long Belize Barrier Reef. Just off this Central American nation’s Caribbean coast, the reef is home to […]

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A Tiny Must-Visit Resort in the British Virgin Islands

The new Saba Rock resort in the British Virgin Islands is a magnificent blend of form and function, capturing some of the ephemeral feel of a Caribbean beach bar while designed to survive the destructive force of a hurricane like […]

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11 Must-Visit Adults-Only Hotels in the Caribbean

It seems like a new all-inclusive resort pops up every week in the Caribbean, and it’s true that the vast majority of adults-only resorts in the islands follow a pay-one-price model for rooms, activities, and dining. But it’s not a […]

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8 Must-Visit Caribbean Dive Resorts

Many of the world’s best dive resorts are far longer on experiences than they are on amenities. It makes sense for hard-core divers who are mostly looking for a place to lay their head between dives. Three hundred thread count […]

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Speightstown, a Must-Visit Caribbean Beach Town in Barbados

By Alexander Britell Everybody knows Margaret. Whether you’re at Saint Peter’s Bay to the south or the Fisherman’s Pub, her name immediately conjures a smiling thought of the best fish cakes in Barbados. Most nights each week, Margaret (or her […]

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Haiti’s Must-Visit Jazz Festival

By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s become one of the Caribbean’s leading music festivals — and now the Port-au-Prince International Jazz Festival is at it again. The week-long PAPJAZZ is back for its 13th annual edition this year, with events from […]

VIDEO: Playa del Carmen, A Must-Visit Beach City in Mexico

By Guy Britton PLAYA DEL CARMEN — Fifth Avenue is alive at night, teeming with sound and color, filled with crowds and flavor. By day, there’s another melody, leisurely and light, a place to stroll and warm up before cooling off […]

The Caribbean Has a New Must-Visit Golf Resort

By Alexander Britell It’s no secret that Caribbean golf is on the upswing — from new PGA tournaments in places like Punta Cana and more new courses from top designers. And now there’s another new hotspot in the Caribbean golf scene: […]

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5 Must-Visit Dominican Republic Hotels

The Dominican Republic is more than just Punta Cana. But knowing where to go — and where to stay — is another matter. That’s because the country is filled with mini-destinations, from the antique charm of Santo Domingo’s  Colonial Zone […]

The BVI’s Must-Visit Fashion Event

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The British Virgin Islands is sizzling. Summer Sizzle BVI is launching its 10th Anniversary Celebration under the slogan Rebuild, Restore, Revive the BVI and inspire the next generation. The event, which has risen to become […]

The Best Fly Fishing Shop in The Bahamas

By Guy Britton It’s long been a paradise for flyfishermen: Long Island, the aptly-named 80-mile-long destination in the heart of The Bahamas. The island’s lee-side bays are nothing short of ground zero for flyfishermen, with some particularly large bonefish catches […]

Coral World: St. Thomas’ Must-Visit Attraction

There are mountaintop bars, duty free shops and some of the Caribbean’s greatest beaches. But if you’re looking for one must-visit attraction in St. Thomas, it’s this: Coral World Ocean Park, the island’s leading eco-tourism destination. The park is a […]

The Best Islands for Luxury Shopping in the Caribbean

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor We love trawling craft markets and buying cute little tchotchkes as much as any Caribbean shopper, but sometimes we’re prepared to invest a little more in a pricey designer bauble or high-end must-have. So […]

A New Must-Visit Beach Shack in Curaçao

There’s a new place to hang on the beach in Curaçao: Koko’s. The latest addition to the ever-expanding Jan Thiel Beach is a throwback, wooden-construction beach bar, it offers a menu of street food, fresh smoothies, healthy shakes, juices, cocktails […]

Rum Journal: At Cayman’s Top Wine Shop, a Haven for Rum

It’s the late evening in Grand Cayman, and the rum is flowing. We’re at a sold-out tasting of Plantation rums, enjoying a seminar on the art of fine rum-making. That’s because, while it goes without saying that the West Indies Wine […]

The Best Cigar Shop in Barbados

Tucked away in Barbados’ Limegrove Lifestyle Centre is a sanctuary. Inside a storefront on the second floor of this luxury shopping complex on the island’s famous Platinum Coast is La Casa del Habano. There are 146 of these shops around […]

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St. Lucia’s Must-Visit Art Cafe

A trip to Zaka Art Café By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor If you’re a frequent visitor to St. Lucia you know that to leave the island without an original piece of sculpture from artist Zaka is unthinkable. Famous for […]

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A New Must-Have Beach Bag

A new Beach Bag on the retail radar By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor If I had a dollar for every cheapo beach bag I’ve used and discarded during my years of Caribbean travel, I’d be rich. It’s definitely time […]

The Best Places to Shop in the Caribbean

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor People experience the Caribbean through several prisms: food, nature, rum, and beaches, to name a few. But my experience of a given destination revolves around its “shopportunities,” authentic local art, craft and design that […]

St Maarten’s Classic Gelato Shop

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor I’ve never met a Caribbean ice cream shop I didn’t like: Devon House I Scream in Kingston, Jamaica; Ziouka Glaces in Martinique; Fresh Scoops in St. Thomas …I’ve loved them all, and even been […]

The Best Caribbean Islands For Shopping

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor You might not be a black-belt shopper like me but I bet you buy at least one souvenir when you visit the Caribbean. So make it count! Whether you’re looking for rum or a […]

Op-Ed: Why the Bahamas Must Focus on Entrepreneurship

By Mark A Turnquest Op-Ed Contributor NEW ENTREPRENEURS in the Bahamas must get into the game by conducting a comprehensive market search before they develop practical business plans. Existing small and medium sized enterprise (SMEs) owners must stay in the […]

LIAT CEO: Travel Sectors Must Cooperate

Above: LIAT CEO Brian Challenger (Photo: Dominica Information Service) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean’s tourism and travel sectors must cooperate to help resolve the constraints faced by air travelers, LIAT CEO Brian Challenger said last week. The executive […]

Bahamas’ Symonette: CARICOM States Must Close Security Gaps

(BIS Photo/Kris Ingraham) CARICOM member states are “particularly vulnerable and susceptible to the risks and threats posed by weapons of mass destruction and terrorism,” Bahamas Foreign Minister Brent Symonette said yesterday. The minister said that due to their small size, […]

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