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This Caribbean Hotel Just Launched Its Own Beer

A new St Lucia beer By the Caribbean Journal staff St Lucia’s Capella Marigot Bay Resort has teamed with chocolatier Cocao Carib and local beer company Antilia Brewing Company to launch its own beer: Capella’s Moon Bay Chocolate Stout. The […]

A Jamaican Saltfish Fritters Recipe

The right way to make Jamaican sailfish fritters By Nigel Spence CJ Contributor Jamaicans have a saying: “Yu haffi tek bad tings mek joke…” but I never fully realized the concept until more recently in life when I found myself […]


Carnival Launching New Cruises to Mexico

The cruise line returns to Mobile By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Carnival Cruise Line and the City of Mobile, Alabama have announced a year-long series of four- and five-day cruises to Mexico aboard the Carnival Fantasy beginning in fall 2016. Prior […]


A Baha Mar “Breakthrough”

“Much-anticipated breakthrough” By the Caribbean Journal staff Baha Mar contractor China Construction America has returned to the major project’s construction site, the development’s joint liquidators confirmed this week. The company has “returned to the site for analysis and assessment of […]

Cyclists Set for Tour of Tobago

A major Caribbean race By the Caribbean Journal staff More than 300 cyclists from around the world are heading to Tobago next week for the Tobago International Cycling Classic, including the “Tour of Tobago.” The wider event, which begins Sept. […]

Sunwing Continues Buffalo-Caribbean Flights

More flights out of Buffalo By the Caribbean Journal staff In a bid in part to ease travel for many Toronto-area travelers, Canadian travel giant Sunwing is offering flights out of Buffalo International Airport for a second winter season this […]


Jamaica Secures 60,000 New Airline Seats

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More flights to the island By Guy Britton MONTEGO BAY – Jamaica’s set for a major airlift boost this tourist season. The island has secured more than 60,000 new airline seats, according to Tourism Director Paul Pennicook. The director announced […]

This is the Caribbean’s Most Innovative Country

The latest Global Innovation Index By the Caribbean Journal staff If the Caribbean wants to compete in the global economy, it will need to come up with new ideas, new platforms and new strategies. That means innovation. So what’s the […]

Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos Reopens

All-inclusive returns after Hurricane Odile last year By the Caribbean Journal staff Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos has reopened its doors folowing Hurricane Odile last year, Hyatt announced. The company said that the property had been “transformed,” now including a newly-redesigned […]


This High-Design Inn is Coming to Puerto Rico

A new project in Puerto Rico By Dana Niland CJ Contributor A new inn has broken ground in Puerto Rico, the Puerto Rico Tourism Company announced this week. The new project is called Rincon Ojo de Agua, a 16-room project […]

Barbados Gets $10 Million Loan for Job Creation

A new loan from IDB By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The Inter-American Development Bank has approved a $10 million loan in an initiative to reduce poverty and create jobs in Barbados. The program aims to alleviate the country’s poverty and […]

A New $30 Million Hotel Project in San Juan’s Condado District

A major new hotel development By the Caribbean Journal staff A major new hotel project will soon launch in the Condado district of Puerto Rico’s capital, San Juan. The project began in earnest with the recent demolition of buildings 880 […]


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