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How to Stay in a Beach Bungalow in St Barth

 By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s an almost corner of St Barth, another way to see this jewel of the Caribbean. It’s not pretentious, free of attitude. It’s you and the beach, from your own private bungalow. Yes, in the …

Belize Is Expanding Its Marine Protected Areas in a Big Way

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor The government of Belize will expand its network of no-take zones, a type of marine protected area, from three percent to over 10 percent by the end of 2018. The expanded areas are managed in accordance …

How to Save on a Fishing Getaway in the Bahamas

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor It’s hard to find a better fishing destination in the Caribbean than Andros, the largest island in the Bahamas and an adventurer’s dream. One of the island’s top places to stay, Swain’s Cay Lodge, is offering …

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 They’re far from the crowds, far from the cruise ships, home to empty beaches and full glasses. These islands in the Caribbean are the way it all used to be, places where there is still the charm of discovery and …

 Looking for your next Caribbean fishing tournament? The BVI Sport Fishing Association is hosting the 2nd Annual Virgin Gorda International Marlin Tournament from July 28-31, in partnership with Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour. The tournament expects a turnout of 15 or …

 Above: Deshaies, Guadeloupe (all photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell DESHAIES — Just before noon on a recent trip to Guadeloupe’s Island of Basse-Terre, I saw a rooster walking into a church. At first glance, it seemed the most exciting …

 Above: the Hardy boutique in Tartane (all photos by CJ) THE RHUM of Tartane is not known much beyond Tartane. Nor, for that matter, is Tartane. This little seaside town on the Atlantic coast of Martinique has a tiny collection …

 Above: on the sea on Barbados’ Platinum Coast (all photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell ST JAMES, BARBADOS — “Why are you whispering?” Captain Rory asked me. “So I don’t scare off the fish,” I said. Rory was leading a group …

 By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon I THOUGHT THE SWIMMING PIGS would be the highlight of the day. Boy, was I wrong. I was on a day trip in the Exumas, the 365-island Bahamas archipelago famous for crystal clear waters, talcum sand and …