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A New Way to Taste Bonaire

 Some of Bonaire’s top restaurants have banded together to create a new way to taste the island’s booming culinary scene. It’s called the Bonaire Culinary Passport, and it offers visitors the option of having dinner at three restaurants: Cuba Compagnie, …

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How to Buy a Caribbean Passport

 By Nuri Katz As globalization continues, increasing numbers of global high net worth individuals (HNWI) have sought out citizenship by investment opportunities, according to a recent report by the New World Health Organization. Citizenship-by-investment provides HNWI and their families the …

St Kitts and Nevis Pitches Passport Program in Dubai

 St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Timothy Harris is leading a delegation to Dubai to attend the Second Annual Investment Immigration Summit this week. During their time in Dubai, Harris and his government colleagues will be promoting the St Kitts …

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 A clever new idea By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Rockhouse, a boutique hotel on the West End of Negril, Jamaica, has launched an innovative new way to encourage their guests to explore the island and its culture. On arrival, guests …

 By David RoweOp-Ed Contributor Too many passports. It’s a problem almost unique to the Caribbean. The best and brightest of the region head abroad to study — maybe to Canada, maybe to the United Kingdom, maybe the United States. They …

 Above: Haitian President Michel Martelly at the press conference Thursday (Photo: OP) By the Caribbean Journal staff With a controversy over dual citizenship dominating Haiti’s political arena, Haitian President Michel Martelly released his travel documents and eight Haitian passports seeking …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts and Nevis has begun issuing biometric passports today, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Homeland Security, Labour and Social Security. The new passports are being introduced as part of the government’s efforts …

 A Caribbean Journal Editorial For decades, Caribbean citizens have been making their way off their own islands in search of prosperity abroad — whether that be in the United States, Europe or South America. These men and women typically send …