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Aruba Waives Testing Requirements for Boosted Travelers 

Aruba has updated its travel protocols again, this time with a major change: the island is now waiving pre-testing requirements for those with booster shots.  All visitors who upload a digitally verifiable proof of vaccination (including proof of a booster […]


11 Must-Visit Adults-Only Hotels in the Caribbean

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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 […]


Southwest Airlines Is Relaunching More Aruba Flights

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Southwest Airlines is relaunching one of its most popular flights to the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba, Caribbean Journal has learned.  In June 2022, the carrier will resume nonstop flights between Orlando and Aruba.  The route, which officially resumes June […]


More Flights from New York to Aruba, Cancun

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JetBlue Airways is ramping up its service to several Caribbean destinations this summer, including hotspots like Aruba and Cancun.  As part of the company’s “Northeast Alliance” with American Airlines, JetBlue will be ramping up its service from New York-John F. […]


Americans Flocking to Jamaica, Aruba for Holidays

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Aruba and Jamaica are the most popular Caribbean destinations for Americans this holiday season, according to new data from Allianz Partners.  The travel insurance company’s data found that Caribbean destinations dominate the list of most favored holiday destinations for Americans […]

A New Way to Fly to Aruba

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Frontier Airlines, which has been one of the fastest-growing airlines in the Caribbean since the onset of the pandemic, is launching another new route, Caribbean Journal has learned.  On Nov. 20, Frontier will kick off another new Caribbean route out […]

The Best Overwater Bungalow Resorts in the Caribbean

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There are so many reasons you should want to stay in an overwater bungalow in the Caribbean. The accommodations are unique, with standout features like glass floors to watch the fishies swim below. Stairs leading directly from your room into […]

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St Regis Los Cabos Residences Top $40 Million in Sales

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The highly-anticipated Residences at the St Regis Los Cabos project has topped $40 million in sales so far, Caribbean Journal Invest has learned.  Sales at the Mexico project are being led by Waypoint Resort Real Estate; the project only launched […]

Divi Resorts to Launch New All-Inclusive Brand in St Maarten, St Croix

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Divi Resorts is launching a new “upper-tier” all-inclusive brand, Caribbean Journal has learned.  It’s called Oceans, and it will apply to the company’s top-level resorts.  The company says it’s the first time it’s ever launched a new brand in its […]

St Regis Is Opening Another New Caribbean Resort

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St Regis is planning to open another new resort in the Caribbean, Caribbean Journal has learned.  With the new St Regis Cap Cana already under construction in the Dominican Republic, the luxury brand has announced it also be opening a […]

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CJI Conversation: Alejandro Reynal, President and CEO of Apple Leisure Group

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It’s been a busy year for the Apple Leisure Grop (ALG) from its recent mega-deal with Hyatt to its ongoing expansions in the Caribbean. Caribbean Journal Invest (CJI) chatted with Alejandro Reynal, CEO and president of the company, to get […]

What's Next for Hilton in the Caribbean?

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By Joe Pike, Special Contributor to CJI Hilton will have more than new 20 hotels open in the Caribbean and Latin America by year’s end, further cementing its blueprint in the all-inclusive market without ignoring its luxury European Plan (EP) […]

Aruba Ends Curfew, Relaxes Local Measures

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Aruba has slightly relaxed its local health measures, according to the island’s tourism authority.  Most notably, the island has officially ended the curfew it implemented in August.  All establishments can now stay open until midnight, while casinos can remain open […]


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