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Talking Tourism: Anguilla’s Haydn Hughes

 Above: Anguilla By Alexander Britell Anguilla is one of the smallest destinations in the Caribbean, but its tourism sector has historically punched above its weight. Today, the island of less than 14,000 people competes in the increasingly tight Caribbean tourism …

Earthquake Near St Kitts and Nevis Causes Shaking in Eastern Caribbean

 Above: a map of the quake (USGS) By the Caribbean Journal staff A 4.3-magnitude earthquake off the coast of St Kitts and Nevis caused light shaking in the Eastern Caribbean, particularly St Maarten, early Wednesday morning. The quake, which occurred …

Anguilla, St Maarten, Guadeloupe Shaken By 4.7-Magnitude Earthquake

 Above: a map of the quake By the Caribbean Journal staff The northeastern Caribbean was shaken on Monday by its second earthquake since Saturday, according to the United States Geological Survey. The quake’s epicentre was 60 kilometres northeast of Stoney …

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 They’re some of the major reasons we all love the Caribbean — an ice cold beer or rum punch, the sand at your feet and the sea in your sight. The Caribbean’s beach bars have all of them in full …

 Above: Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff The British Overseas Territories of Anguilla, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Montserrat, the Turks and Caicos Islands and Bermuda have agreed to automatically share tax information with the UK and with …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor THURSDAY NIGHT is party night on Anguilla, when what seems like half the population of 16,000 on this 34-square-mile isle converges on the seaside village of Sandy Ground. First stop: the barn-like Pumphouse for live …

 Above: the recently-opened Best Western Premier Haiti By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti led the Caribbean in expected hotel room supply growth through March, according to a new report from STR. Haiti’s expected hotel room supply growth was 58.2 percent, …

 Above: the view from a beachfront villa at the CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa THIS ISN’T ON a Greek island, though it might feel that way. The units at the CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla are indeed inspired …

 Above: Zemi Beach By Alexander Britell The story of the downturn in the Caribbean was largely about the projects that didn’t get built. That was also true on the island of Anguilla, where several developments shuttered or stalled in the …

 Above: the Malliouhana Hotel in Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff Auberge Resorts has been tapped to manage and rebrand the Malliouhana Hotel & Spa in Anguilla. The 55-room property, which shuttered in May 2011, was acquired by Chicago-based Adventurous …

 THEY’RE JUST SAND AND WATER. But they make the Caribbean go. The Caribbean has, in our humble opinion, the best beaches in the world, and choosing just 10 is, well, [insert grain of sand joke here]. This year’s inaugural Beach List …

 Above: the KU site By the Caribbean Journal staff Anguilla Chief Minister Hubert Hughes has signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a new hotel in Shoal Bay, the government announced. The signing paves the way for a new hotel project …

 The Caribbean is not short on terrific hotels. Every island — every destination — has a range of interesting, original, luxurious properties sure to satisfy any traveler to the region. But this year, we wanted to offer our take on 10 …

 Above: the Viceroy Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean/Mexico hotel development pipeline includes 122 hotels comprising 18,944 rooms, according to the November STR Construction Pipeline Report. Haiti reported the largest expected growth in the region, with a 95.7 …

 Above: the CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff The CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa in Anguilla has reopened for season following a $15 million renovation to the property. The three-month project made changes to …

 Above: Earl Freeman, a volunteer fireman on Nevis (right) participates in a search-and-rescue simulation exercise in Montserrat By the Caribbean Journal staff A group of three Nevisians recently concluded a five-day emergency response training programme in Montserrat. The three, which …

 Above: Flamenco Beach in Culebra By the Caribbean Journal staff There were reports of light shaking in Puerto Rico after a 4.0-magnitude earthquake off the island’s northeast coast, according to the United States Geological Survey. The epicentre of the quake …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff A 5.1-magnitude earthquake shook Anguilla Wednesday night, according to the United States Geological Survey. The quake was seven kilometres east-southeast of Stoney Ground in Anguilla at a depth of 88.4 kilometres. It was felt in …