5 Cayman Islands Hotels to Visit Now

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While it may be home to Seven Mile Beach, one of the most remarkable beaches anywhere on earth, the Cayman Islands is so much more than just a single stretch of beach. But it’s also so much more than just […]


Sandals’ Plan to Eliminate Single-Use Plastics

By the Caribbean Journal staff Sandals Resorts International is making a push to eliminate single-use plastics across its regional portfolio, the company said this week. The company said all 19 Sandals and Beaches resorts across seven Caribbean islands would be […]


Turks and Caicos, Curaçao Hotels Surging

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By Rico Louw CJ Contributor Caribbean hotels reported mixed results across the industry’s three key performance indicators in July. When comparing July 2018 with July 2017, occupancy fell 3.8%, which was the largest decline observed in the metric thus far […]


Bahamas Tourism Is Having a Spectacular Year

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By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s been a spectacular year so far for tourism in The Bahamas — and it’s gotten even better. The country just released its first-half stopover visitor numbers, and the result is a 15.2 percent growth […]

Saying Hola to Jost Van Dyke

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By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton JOST VAN DYKE — A little more than a year ago, the leisure boats and charter yachts pulled away from Jost Van Dyke on an afternoon not unlike this one, sipping their last painkillers, their […]

Abaco Is Seeing “Significant Growth”

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By the Caribbean Journal staff With 700 islands and cays in The Bahamas, it’s hard to choose a single destination. But more and more travelers are increasingly looking to choose the mini-archipelago of Abaco, according to a new update from […]


JetBlue Relaunching St Maarten, St Thomas Flights from Boston

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By Alexander Britell JetBlue is relaunching two of its more popular Caribbean routes for the upcoming winter season, both to islands making a comeback from Hurricane Irma. The carrier will be relaunching nonstop flights from Boston to St Thomas and […]

5 Places to Visit in the British Virgin Islands Right Now

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Whether you want a traditional resort getaway or a sailing adventure, the British Virgin Islands has always been one of the Caribbean’s ultimate destinations. And that’s still true today. The British Virgin Islands has made an inspiring comeback from last […]

7 Places to Visit in the Caribbean in August

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We love the Caribbean all year round, but especially in summer. There’s something about those cool evening breezes, the afternoon ti’ punch on a hot afternoon, the joy of the uncrowded. Forget the Hamptons or Nantucket. The Caribbean is still […]


The Cayman Islands Just Broke a Tourism Record

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The Cayman Islands just broke a tourism record. The destination welcomed more than 1.3 million combined visitors in the first half of 2018, the most ever for the Cayman Islands in the first six months […]

Exuma Private Island Hits the Market for $85 Million

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By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a major new private island on the market in the Caribbean: Little Pipe Cay in The Bahamas, and it just might be the ultimate private island in the region. Set in the heart of […]

The British Virgin Islands’ Big Culinary Festival

By Alexander Britell It isn’t just the Caribbean’s best sailing destination — it’s one of its greatest food getaways, too. And that’s always been true for travelers in the know — whether you’re downing a massive lobster at the Big […]


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