caribbean travel


The Caribbean’s Best Luxury All-Inclusive Resorts

Sometimes an all-inclusive resort is best for a luxury experience. There is that extra degree of luxury, the one of never having to reach for your wallet, of leaving nothing to chance, so you can completely relax and soak it all in with […]


Why This is the Most Important Church in the Caribbean

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor It has neither roof nor doors. No stained glass windows nor polished pews. And it’s been many years since a congregation has worshipped here. Yet Nevis’ Cottle Church is possibly the most significant Christian […]


The Grand Lucayan’s Newest Hire

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The Grand Lucayan resort in Grand Bahama has announced the appointment of Juan Romero as its new Group Sales Manager. Romero joins Grand Lucayan with an extensive background in marketing and sales, and will be […]


In Nevis, a Great Meal With a Catch

Above: lobster on the grill at the Four Seasons Resort Nevis By Alexander Britell NEVIS — There’s fresh lobster and there’s fresh lobster. The latter is the kind where you’re there when it happens — or you know the one […]

Caribbean Room With a View: Curacao's Santa Barbara Beach Resort

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor As room views go, a vista of the shimmering Caribbean is enchanting but expected. Guests in Sea Traditions rooms at Curacao’s Santa Barbara Beach & Golf Resort, however, get three times the bang for […]

A New Way to Stay Fit in San Juan

Above: the Condado Plaza Hilton By Dana Niland CJ Contributor San Juan’s Condado Plaza Hilton is introducing Puerto Rico’s first SURFSET surf-inspired fitness classes, the property announced. Guests and groups can take part in the unique workout that delivers the […]


In the Heart of Turks and Caicos, Classic Jamaican Food

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Want to make a Jamaican’s mouth water? Just mention patties and Devon House ice cream. Which one of us doesn’t love a piping-hot, flaky-crusted, eat-it-straight-from-the-bag patty, its meaty goodness promising scorched tastebuds and a […]

How to Have the Ultimate Caribbean Kitesurfing Vacation

Above: kitesurfing in the BVI (Photos: Owen Buggy) By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The Saba Rock Resort has announced an exciting new opportunity for thrill-seekers visiting the British Virgin Islands. In addition to a four-night stay in a double-occupancy suite, the […]

The Hip List — The Caribbean’s Hippest Destinations

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What the definition of a hip destination? It’s the place itself. It’s the people who go there — or the lack of people who go there. It’s the locals. It’s the culture. It’s the energy. It’s what draws people. The […]


Caribbean Room With A View: Scrub Island

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor There’s a good reason why there’s a bottle of champagne in this photo. What more fitting way to celebrate this classic Caribbean vista, as seen from Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina in the […]

The Best Way to See the British Virgin Islands

Above: a Moorings 48-foot catamaran called “Friend Ship” By Alexander Britell IT’S TWO O’CLOCK on Prickly Pear. Lal has just made us some ti’ punches with the last bit of Rhum St James left on the island. It’s not a bottle that will […]

Running in Paradise

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor ANTIGUA — It’s as round, golden and shiny as the island sun I’ve left behind. Six inches in diameter it’s almost as big as my head, attracting stares and comments throughout my journey home […]


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