10 Small Bahamas Resorts to Visit Right Now

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With 700 islands and cays and some of the most spectacular scenery anywhere on the planet, it’s not surprising that the Bahamas is filled with terrific resorts. But while the destination is perhaps best known for larger hotspots on the […]


USVI Out in Front in Wake of Cuba Cruise Ban

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Following the industry-shaking ban of cruises and other travel to Cuba, major cruise lines are scrambling to adapt — and one Caribbean cruise destination is out in front. The US Virgin Islands said it was […]


Bermuda Is Getting a PGA Tour Event

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The PGA Tour is set to add the island of Bermuda to its schedule next season. The world’s highest level of tournament golf will debut the Bermuda Championship from Oct. 31-Nov. 3, 2019, the first-ever […]


The Ritz-Carlton, St Thomas Is Making Its Return

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The greatest hotel in the US Virgin Islands is set for a comeback. The Ritz-Carlton, St Thomas, long that island’s leading resort and arguably the flagship hotel in the wider destination, is set to return […]

Royal Caribbean Opens $250M “Perfect Day” in The Bahamas

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Royal Caribbean has officially opened its new $250 million private island destination in The Bahamas. The new project is set at the northwestern edge of the Berry Islands chain in The Bahamas highlighted by a […]

VIDEO: Little Cayman, an Untouched Gem of the Caribbean

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By Guy Britton Even before you get off the plane you can feel it.   This is not like any other place you’ve visited in the Caribbean. It’s just 10 square miles here, a beach-filled corner of sand 80 miles northeast […]


From The Bahamas to St Vincent, 5 Private-Island Destinations to Try

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You may have heard of the legendary private islands, the places like Antigua’s Jumby Bay and Turks and Caicos’ Parrot Cay. But if you dig further, you’ll discover that the Caribbean is filled with all kinds of private-island destinations with […]

A New Way to Sail Around Panama’s Caribbean Coast

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Panama’s San Blas archipelago is one of the most beautiful — and pristine — corners of the Caribbean sea. And now there’s a new way to explore this spectacular chain of islands. Dream Yacht Charter […]

7 Reasons to Visit the Cayman Islands Right Now

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There’s an energy here. You feel it on Seven Mile Beach, in the hotels, in the streets of George Town, by day and by night. It’s palpable. It’s because the Cayman Islands is one of the most dynamic destinations in […]


Cape Air’s New Caribbean Push Begins in Culebra and Virgin Gorda

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By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton For many destinations in the Caribbean, small regional airlines are a life blood — and for two decades, Cape Air has been just that for so many islands. Now, Cape Air has officially relaunched two […]

From St John to Martinique, 5 Charming Caribbean Hotels to Try

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We’ve made no secret for our love of the Caribbean’s smaller hotels, where travelers can dig deep into the authentic charm of the Caribbean. But there are more such properties than one can count — meaning we never get tired of […]

Dominica’s Geothermal Hopes Get a Big Boost

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By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the Caribbean’s most ambitious green energy projects is getting a major boost from the World Bank. The global institution has approved a $27 million project to support the construction of a 7mw geothermal […]


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