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The Cool List: The Coolest Caribbean Hotels for 2022

 They may not be the biggest, or have the most amenities. They may be brand new, they may be centuries old. But the coolest hotels in the Caribbean are the ones that have that indescribable x-factor; where, no matter how …

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The Caribbean Travel Awards 2022

 It seems that every year in the Caribbean we say it’s been a year like no other — but in the age of the pandemic, that’s a guarantee. And if 2020 was defined by the ongoing question of the tourism …

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The Loose Mongoose, The British Virgin Islands’ Destination Beach Bar

 It ‘s a ritual for travelers to the British Virgin Islands. Land at Beef Island Airport, go through customs, gather your luggage and head to Trellis Bay, where you’d find your ferry or charter, step on your boat and begin …

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 You’re perched above the dunes at the edge of the Caribbean, just you and the breeze and the frothing waves.  This is Anegada, the frontier of the British Virgin Islands and the island that’s the most closely-guarded secret in an …

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 The British Virgin Islands’ new rules for fully vaccinated travelers have officially taken effect, as of mid-May. So what does it all mean?  In what is a significant easing of its restrictions for the vaccinated, the rules mean fully vaccinated …

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 Another Caribbean destination has announced eased restrictions for vaccinated travelers: the British Virgin Islands.  Beginning May 15, the British Virgin Islands will be reducing its quarantine period for fully vaccinated travelers.  Fully vaccinated travelers will have to take a test …

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 You’re bobbing in the ocean, rum in hand, not another soul around, the only sound the soft crash of the waves. In other words, it’s exactly where you want to be in a time like this.  With lower case counts …

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 No matter where we are, the beach calls us. It’s what we think about in late afternoons in the office, in the cold winter, and particularly on Sunday mornings when we’re stuck at home.  Because it’s better at the beach. …

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 For many people, singer Jimmy Buffett and his signature tune perfectly capture the island vibe they crave while slogging away at their busy lives the rest of the year. That’s even more true right now, as we all dream of …

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 There’s a very effective way to test the quality of a Caribbean beach bar: whether you can spend the entire day there.  Because best Caribbean beach bars are more than bars — they’re destinations, the sorts of places where you can …

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 There’s a moment on this trip when you take it all in, when you look around at the glory of this place and stop to savor it.  We have been fortunate enough to have made the journey around the British …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean has no shortage of great culinary festivals, from St Barth to Barbados, all showcasing the marvelous diversity of Caribbean food. But one of the Caribbean’s most popular destination food festivals has a rather …

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 Autumn is a time of recharge in the Caribbean, a period when some destinations cool down, visitors thin and certain hotels close for their annual upgrades. But the vast majority of destinations eagerly welcome visitors in September, when you can …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Photo comes rom Caribbean Journal reader Steve Guidry, who sent in this gorgeous shot of the beach near Big Bamboo in Anegada, BVI. Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean? …

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 By Alexander Britell A beach day at Soggy. A rum night at Cooper. Lobster dinners on Anegada. Beach hopping on Cane Garden Bay. Snorkeling around The Dogs. Enjoying the splendor of the North Sound. Chartering a sailboat around the BVI …

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 By Bob CurleyCJ Contributor Most people tend to visit Tortola in the BVI by boat, whether that’s on a yacht charter offered by The Moorings or another charter company or, increasingly, as day visitors from cruise ships. There are no …

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 Places to Visit is back with its second summer edition for the Caribbean in 2019, bringing you a selection of wonderful Caribbean destinations to check out in the next 30 days — or to start thinking about for your upcoming …