In the US Virgin Islands, a Tourism Training Push

By the Caribbean Journal staff A major tourism training push is set for the United States Virgin Islands next week, as Aquila’s Center for Cruise Excellence launches a three-day training program for tourism industry professionals in the territory. The program, […]


In the British Virgin Islands, Seeds of Love

By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s about new life in the face of adversity, reconstruction in the face of destruction. It’s about turning a hurricane into a new opportunity for growth. And the newest initiative by the British Virgin Islands […]

Best of the Caribbean

The 18 Best Islands to Visit in the Caribbean in 2018

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The Caribbean is back and better than ever. That means it’s time to rediscover the region, returning to your favorite spots and exploring uncharted destinations. We’ve hand crafted an enticing mix of famous and off-the-radar destinations, giving you our favorite […]


Norwegian’s Big Year

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By the Caribbean Journal staff European low-cost carrier Norwegian had another strong year in 2017, according to the company’s latest data report. Norwegian had its highest-ever passenger figures for a single calendar year, with 33 million worldwide and a load […]

Turks and Caicos Villas Are Trending

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By the Caribbean Journal staff What’s the most sought-after villa destination in the Caribbean? Right now it’s the Turks and Caicos Islands, according to a new report from villa rental giant Villas of Distinction. Turks and Caicos was ranked as […]

A New Ferry Terminal in St Kitts

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The brand new Basseterre Ferry Terminal has officially opened on the island of St Kitts. The terminal aims to enhance the comfort and safety of passengers traveling between St. Kitts and Nevis, and to other […]


How to Visit the British Virgin Islands Right Now

By Alexander Britell It’s hard to think of a more remarkable trip in the Caribbean than a sailing journey across the British Virgin Islands. It’s something I’ve had the privilege of doing several times, and each time it felt life-changing […]

Apple Leisure Group’s AMResorts Expanding to St Lucia

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Apple Leisure Group subsidiary AMResorts, the Caribbean’s fastest-growing hotel company, is expanding again with a pair of new resorts in St Lucia. AMResorts will manage two new luxury all inclusive resorts in what will be […]

What’s Next for Caribbean Hotels?

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By Fatima Thompson CJ Contributor While the Caribbean recovers from one of the busiest and most destructive hurricane seasons of the past several decades, many questions exist regarding the impact these tragic storms have had on recent hotel performance. While […]


Royal Caribbean Returning to San Juan, St Maarten

By the Caribbean Journal staff Cruise line Royal Caribbean International is officially returning to the ports of San Juan and St Maarten. The company announced that its Freedom of the Seas ship would call on San Juan on Nov. 30, […]

The Latest Update on US Virgin Islands Recovery

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The U.S. Virgin Islands continues to report progress with its hurricane recovery efforts as normal activities continue to resume across the territory. Speaking to reporters at his Friday press conference, US Virgin Islands Governor Kenneth […]

Richard Branson Developing Caribbean “Marshall Plan”

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor In the wake of the destruction caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Richard Branson is assembling a team to head up a “Marshall Plan” for the Caribbean. The idea came to Branson after he was […]


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