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Rum Journal: Kenny Chesney’s Caribbean Rum

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We’ve written often in these pages of the transportive power of rum, about how it can take you to the Caribbean even when you’re far, far away.  There’s something about rum that’s romantic, and much of that has to do […]


From The Bahamas to St Thomas, the Caribbean's Most Famous Cocktails

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Some of the most famous cocktails in the world originated in the Caribbean, and while they come in a variety of tastes and traditions, they all share one common ingredient: rum. Here are some of our favorite Caribbean cocktails and […]

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Featured Listing: A Luxury Villa in Tortola for $9.5 Million

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One of the leading villas in the British Virgin Islands is on the market.  St Bernard’s Hill House, long one of the premier estates in the BVI, is listed for $9.5 million with Smiths Gore.  The five-bedroom, six-bathroom estate is […]


From Aruba to St Maarten, 11 Caribbean Webcams to Watch

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If you’re stuck at home far from your favorite Caribbean beach, fire up one of these great live webcams on your screen of choice, and let your mind wander to where it’s warm until the day comes when you can […]

Caribbean Photo of the Week: White Bay, Jost Van Dyke

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The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal subscriber Clint Dalton, who sent in this beautiful shot of the iconic White Bay on Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands.  Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean? […]

The 20 Best Caribbean Beach Bars to Visit in 2020

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There’s a very effective way to test the quality of a Caribbean beach bar: whether you can spend the entire day there.  Because best Caribbean beach bars are more than bars — they’re destinations, the sorts of places where you can […]


Why BVI Food Fete Is a Must-Visit Caribbean Culinary Event

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean has no shortage of great culinary festivals, from St Barth to Barbados, all showcasing the marvelous diversity of Caribbean food. But one of the Caribbean’s most popular destination food festivals has a rather […]

From Nassau to Bonaire, 5 Caribbean Places to Visit in September


Autumn is a time of recharge in the Caribbean, a period when some destinations cool down, visitors thin and certain hotels close for their annual upgrades. But the vast majority of destinations eagerly welcome visitors in September, when you can […]

Seven Ways to Experience the BVI Right Now

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By Bob Curley CJ Contributor How do you want to take the British Virgin Islands — one ravishing island at a time, or all at once in a grand tour by sea? Here are seven ways to experience the wonders […]


How to Cruise Around the Caribbean on a Megayacht

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By Dana Niland CJ Contributor It’s a very different way to cruise around the Caribbean — think megayacht instead of cruise ship, ultra-luxe instead of mainstream. And now SeaDream Yacht Club is accepting reservations for its 2021 spring season, the company […]

Rum Journal: Soggy Dollar Rum, a Journey to the BVI in a Bottle

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By Alexander Britell One of the most beautiful — and perhaps most understated — things about rum is its power to transport. The romantic energy of rum can take you from wherever you’re indulging to a far-off Caribbean island somewhere, to […]

Caribbean Photo of the Week: The View in Jost Van Dyke

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By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Dan Carlson, who sent in this lovely shot of the view of White Bay on Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands. Have you taken […]


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