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10 Tiny Caribbean Resorts to Visit Right Now

 They’re not mega-resorts. They’re not even large resorts. But they’re also more than boutique hotels. These are Caribbean resorts, in a smaller package, with the amenities you’re looking for and the intimacy you prize. They’re full of character and charm …

The Best Caribbean Destinations for This Holiday Season

 The holidays are fast approaching, meaning it’s time to start thinking about your next Caribbean vacation (that is, if you haven’t already planned a Caribbean trip in the meantime). For us, there’s nothing better than Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s …

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30 Caribbean Islands You Can Visit Right Now

 As the Caribbean works to recover from last month’s hurricanes, (a process that is already taking shape), one of the biggest questions we hear from travelers is, “where can I still visit?” Or, for some, “can I still visit the …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Western Caribbean was untouched by this month’s major hurricanes, and the Cayman Islands is reminding travelers that it is “fully open for business.” “The Cayman Islands is fortunate to provide all travelers, including any …

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 BY ALEXANDER BRITELL Before the planes land, the cars have to stop, and so do the chickens. That’s what happens when your runway is also the Island’s main road. There aren’t Islands left like Little Cayman, the frontier outpost of …

Small Hotels

 There’s just something different about a small hotel. Maybe it’s the intimate service you get, or the way the design vision of the owner seems to manifest itself better in the decor. Maybe it’s the little quirks, or the warm, …

 Some hotels are destinations in themselves — and some places are so beautifully remote that when you get there you simply must be in a hotel. There is a peaceful quiet relaxation from the realization that you’re miles from anywhere and no …

Caribbean destinations to visit in 2017.

 Our annual Where to Travel list isn’t about the Caribbean you know. It’s about the Caribbean you have yet to discover. This is all about the places you may have never thought about, destinations that will fascinate you and move you; …

 The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Ruby Marr of Scotland, who sent in this beautiful shot of dive boats coming home at the Little Cayman Beach Resort in Little Cayman. Have you taken a great photo in …

Central Caribbean Marine Institute

 One of the Caribbean’s leading marine research centers is expanding. The United States’ The National Science Foundation has provided a facilities grant to the Central Caribbean Marine Institute’s research center in Little Cayman. The funding is expected to improve operations …

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 When sea temperatures rise, so-called coral bleaching can occur — that is, when corals turn pale or even white, threatening their existence. But a new project in Little Cayman in the Cayman Islands sought to explore how temperatures affect corals …

 The Caribbean has a new destination for kitesurfing: Little Cayman. The island’s Southern Cross Club has acquired Lost Boys Kitesurfing, a kitesurfing operation on Little Cayman, and has now launched a kitesurfing program at the property. “All the teaching is …

 There’s a reason Little Cayman is one of the greatest diving spots in all of the Caribbean: the water. It isn’t just clear — it’s impossibly transparent, a wondrous shade of turquoise and green and blue that will utterly captivate you, …

 A listing on Little Cayman By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s one of the under-the-radar jewels of the Cayman Islands: Little Cayman. And due to its relative remoteness, that means there are still some stretches of Caribbean sand to build …

 Above: Georgetown (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Gimistory, the Cayman Islands International Storytelling Festival, will bring a blend of comedy, song and tales to the territory for the 15th straight year later this month. The festival, which lasts …

 By Jim Hart, Stacy Frank and Courtney PlattOp-Ed Contributors The lionfish’s day of reckoning may be at hand, however a modest reckoning it may be. These beautiful, voracious feeders, with a prodigious reproductive rate of up to 30,000 eggs every …

 Above: the Nassau Grouper By the Caribbean Journal staff New hope may be emerging for the endangered Nassau Grouper, following a 10-year effort to protect spawning so-called “aggregation sites” for the fish. A growing and healthy population of Nassau Grouper …