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InterCaribbean Continues Caribbean Flight Expansion

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean’s fastest-growing regional airline has expanded again. Turks and Caicos-based interCaribbean [sic] Airways has announced new nonstop flights from Dominica to both Saint Lucia and Tortola. The new flights to and from Dominica will …

Holland America Ship Makes First Call to Saint Lucia

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Saint Lucia’s transformed Point Seraphine cruise pier has welcomed a major cruise ship. Holland America Line’s MS Eurodam cruise ship made its inaugural call to Saint Lucia with about 2,000 passengers this week. It was …

Carnival Fascination Returns to San Juan After Dry Dock

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Fascination ship has returned to San Juan, Puerto Rico for a year-round schedule of Caribbean cruises. The ship recently underwent an “extensive” multimillion-dollar dry dock that added a host of new …

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best honeymoon destinations

 It’s the icing on the cake of every wedding, a chance to get away from it all, a way to begin your new life together in style. But choosing the right honeymoon destination is very much an art. The best …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Jade Mountain and Anse Chastanet have recently added paddleboard yoga to their roster of activities. The paddleboard yoga is led by Laura Kai Timmusk, who studied with direct pupils of acclaimed teachers Pattabhi Jois and B.K.S. …

 By Alexander Britell Fresh on the heels of the debut of Park Hyatt’s first Caribbean hotel, the island of St Kitts is poised for another major hotel development. A Ritz-Carlton hotel is coming to the island in 2021, according to …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor A villa built on a UNESCO World Heritage site in Saint Lucia will sell to the highest bidder on February 28. Previously listed for $8.5 million, the retreat, Arc en Ciel, will sell without reserve in …

 By Alexander Britell A grand hotel is coming to Grand Cayman. Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced a major new hotel project in the Cayman Islands. A Hyatt affiliate has entered into a franchise and related agreements with Pageant Beach Ltd …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Saint Lucia’s Anse Chastanet resort has unveiled its newest dining concept, with a focus on ultra-fresh seafood. The resort’s Treehouse restaurant has debuted its new menu called Balawoo, a Creole name for a small fish, …

 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 …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Turks and Cacios’ Ocean Club has named a new managing director. Ocean Club, which consists of a pair of hotels on Grace Bay Beach, has named hospitality veteran Wilbert Mason to the role. Mason’s Caribbean …

saint lucia cruise

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Saint Lucia’s multimillion-dollar cruise berth expansion project has officially opened in Castries. The Pointe Seraphine Berth One extension was formally opened this weekend, welcoming Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas, the first-ever mega ship to …

 By Alexander Britell An exciting new hotel has opened its doors on the island of Saint Lucia. The Harbor Club is a major addition to the greater Rodney Bay area, with a waterfront marina setting and striking, modern design. The …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff A pair of Caribbean rums took the crown on Sunday at the Saint Lucia Food and Rum Festival’s People’s Choice Awards at Pigeon Island in Saint Lucia on Sunday. Clifton Estate Rum from Nevis took …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s the must-visit food Caribbean festival of 2018: the Saint Lucia Food and Rum Festival, which returns in January with a new schedule and an appearance by one of the world’s top chefs, Marcus Samuelsson. …

marriott hotels

 By Alexander Britell The world’s biggest hotel company has a massive footprint in the Caribbean, and it’s only getting bigger. But with such a large network of properties around the region, Marriott was also impacted by Hurricanes Maria and Irma. …

 St. Lucia is making progress on a significant expansion project at Port Castries. The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority is construction an extension of Cruise Ship Berth 1 at Castries’ Pointe Seraphine, aiming to facilitate the mooring of …

 By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Rolling out of bed and into the water is a beautiful reality at these Caribbean resorts, where swanky swim-out suites, which open directly onto lap pools or lazy rivers, put guests mere steps from …