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Irma Hits Cuba, Nears Florida

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Hurricane Irma was moving near the north coast of Cuba on Saturday evening, heading toward the Florida Keys, according to the latest projections from the NOAA. The storm was pounding the north coast of Cuba, …

5 Caribbean Resorts With Unlimited Diving

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor If you’re a diver, the Caribbean’s your go-to destination, with hundreds of fish-filled, coral-crusted dive spots to capture your attention. But paying a la carte for your underwater adventures can get pricey, and all those …

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The 10 Best Bahamas All-Inclusive Resorts

 Finding the right Bahamas all-inclusive resort is about finding the place that suits your travel tastes and experiences. But when you find the right one, it’s a special kind of experience on a Caribbean island. Because the truth is, you can …

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 A great value private island in the Bahamas By Dana NilandCJ Contributor tt’s called Bonefish Cay, and this tropical paradise has a story: it’s the most affordable private island in the Bahamas. That’s because it works out to about $120,000 …

 The Caribbean’s certainly exotic. But what you’re looking for a place that goes off-off the beaten path — the really exotic places, the ones with very few people and a lot of mystery? That’s where these little islands come in, some …

 Above: the signing ceremony in Nassau (BIS Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Bahamas and China have signed an economic and technical cooperation agreement. The grant agreement was signed by Bahamian Foreign Minister Frederick Mitchell and Chinese Ambassador to …

 Above: a farm in Andros (BIS Photo/Gladstone Thurston) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Bahamas is “serious about food production,” and intends to secure the link between agriculture and tourism, according to Edison Key, chairman of the Bahamas Agricultural and …

 Above: the new farming equipment (BIS Photo/Gladstone Thurston) By Gladstone Thurston Farmers in the Bahamas’ Long Island got a boost last week with the commissioning of a tractor and equipment from the country’s Agriculture Ministry. The new tools should increase …

 Above: Jamaican coconut expert Dr Wayne Myrie inspects a section of Greg Stuart’s stock in North Eleuthera. From left: BAIC GM Benjamin Rahming, Myrie, Edison Key and Arnold Dorsett (BIS Photo/Gladstone Thurston) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Bahamian government …

 By Alexander Britell Simply put, Nassau’s Graycliff is one of the elite restaurants in the Caribbean, and a unique culinary experience — indeed, it was the first five-star restaurant in the region. At its helm is Executive Chef and Grand …

 Above: Exuma farmer Bernard Rolle at a melon farm (BIS Photo/Gladstone Thurston) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Bahamas’ move to emphasize agriculture, especially in islands like Abaco and Exuma, received a boost last week when the Bahamas Agricultural and …

 Above: BAIC Executive Chairman Edison Key tours the North Andros High School’s mini-greenhouse with teacher Shivanandah Ackloo (BIS Photo) By Gladstone Thurston With food prices an increasing challenge for the Caribbean, a group of students in the Bahamas are working …