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Antigua’s Curtain Bluff Unveils $13 Million Renovation

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Antigua’s iconic Curtain Bluff all-inclusive resort has reopened following a $13 million transformation project. The project included a complete overhaul of the resort entrance, dining spaces, bar, lounge and reception area. International Design Concepts and …

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The Best Honeymoon Destinations in the Caribbean

 It’s the icing on the cake of every wedding, a chance to get away from it all, a way to begin your new life together in style. But choosing the right honeymoon destination is very much an art. The best …

Tradewind Aviation Launches Winter 2018-19 Caribbean Booking

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Luxury airline Tradewind Aviation has launched bookings for winter 2018-2019 in the Caribbean, the carrier announced this week. Scheduled flights are now available through January 2019, with private charter booking open through 2019 as well, …

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 By Alexander Britell The highly anticipated Paradise Found hotel project in Barbuda on track, according to Antigua tourism officials. The project, the brainchild of Hollywood legend and hospitality investor Robert De Niro, is “still on track,” according to Colin James, …

 The Caribbean is back and better than ever. That means it’s time to rediscover the region, returning to your favorite spots and exploring uncharted destinations. We’ve hand crafted an enticing mix of famous and off-the-radar destinations, giving you our favorite …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Antigua has become one of the Caribbean’s hubs for hotel investment in recent years, and now another major brand is coming to the island: Rosewood. Rosewood Hotels and Resorts has been tapped by Vancouver-based Replay …

 Is it the most beautiful beach in Antigua? It’s certainly the happiest. This is Jolly Beach, home to the eponymous hotel (now with new management) and in the heart of Antigua’s most beautiful stretch of shoreline. There’s something striking about the …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Ah, Antigua. There’s something special about the sand here, the sound of the waves, the technicolor sea. And Galley Bay is right at the top, thanks to a bucolic stretch of pure white sand beach …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff When a Caribbean destination has 365 beaches, it’s hard to choose just one. That’s why we’ve brought you on a quick journey to two world-class beaches on the island, to give you a taste of …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Greg Lyon, who sent in this terrific shot of the beach at Galley Bay in Antigua. Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean? Send …

beach resorts

 Beach resorts are the biggest draw to the Caribbean, offering the promise of indulgent comfort, natural beauty and authentic luxury. Because while the Caribbean’s resort product continues to amaze, with a remarkably diverse offering from hillside retreats to private islands …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s looking to be a very Merry Christmas for the Caribbean. With a quick rebound from this fall’s hurricanes, the Caribbean’s hotel industry is reporting a surge in holiday bookings, according to the Caribbean Hotel …

 By Gerard BestCJ Contributor KINGSTOWN —Internet adoption in the Caribbean is increasing rapidly,  but so, too are new threats and risks for persons, business and governments that are going online. Cyber attacks and cyber crime are being reported with greater …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Hilton is continuing its Caribbean expansion with a pair of major new projects on the Caribbean coast of Mexico. Hilton has announced plans to open both a luxury Waldorf-Astoria and an all-inclusive Hilton in Cancun. …

caribbean travel

 This year was not without its challenges in the Caribbean. But in the face of overwhelming adversity, the Caribbean showed its toughness and resilience. It’s something that’s eminently clear, as hard-hit islands quickly recover, with most already welcoming back travelers, …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The first commercial cruise ships called on St Maarten on Tuesday since Hurricane Irma, a major step in the island’s recovery. Viking Ocean Cruises’ Viking Sea made its inaugural visit to St Maarten, welcomed by …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Luxury airline Tradewind Aviation is resuming its flights to Nevis on Dec. 15, the carrier announced this week. The scheduled flights will operate five days per week between San Juan and Nevis and twice weekly …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff Flying to the British Virgin Islands just got a lot easier. Turks and Caicos-based airline InterCaribbean Airways is launching a wave of new flights to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. The new service will …