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Saint Lucia’s Legendary Eatery Just Expanded

 By Alexander Britell It’s arguably the most legendary place to eat in Saint Lucia: Orlando’s, the Soufriere restaurant helmed by one the island’s greatest chefs, Orlando Satchell. And now it’s expanded. Satchell has announced the opening of his second Orlando’s …

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Jungle Bay, a Legendary Caribbean Eco-Resort, Is Back

 By Alexander Britell For years, it was one of Dominica’s signature places to stay: a high-level eco resort on an island renowned for its unsurpassed natural beauty. And now, less than two years after the storms of 2017, the legendary …

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A New Beach Park in Saint Lucia

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Saint Lucia has a new destination beach. Hummingbird Beach in Soufriere has undergone a major transformation project resulting in the new “Soufriere Beach Park at Hummingbird Beach.” The newly-opened beach park has a restaurant, a …

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 The southern part of St Lucia is a raw, lush natural wonderland, from the peaks of the pitons to the heart of the rainforest. But there are beaches, too, tranquil stretches of sand like the one in the town of …

 Above: Boucan by Hotel Chocolat in St Lucia (All photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell SOUFRIERE — I am a cacao grower. The sun is beaming on this morning in St Lucia. There is little shade among the leaves of …

 Above: the Soufriere volcano in St Lucia (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff St Lucia’s government said this week that geothermal exploration would begin on the island next year. According to Minister for Sustainable Development, Energy, Science and Technology …

 Above: The Beacon in Soufriere, St Lucia (All photos by CJ) SOUFRIERE — You don’t have to eat here. You could sit at the bright-green tables and just look out at one of the most spectacular views in St Lucia, …

 Above: a home in the Mocca Housing Development By the Caribbean Journal staff St Lucia is making progress on the Mocca Housing Development in Soufriere, which aims to settle 16 families from Fond St Jacques displaced due to Hurricane Tomas …

 Above: the Soufriere Volcano By the Caribbean Journal staff Investment should continue and increase in Montserrat, despite the Soufriere Volcano, Governor Adrian Davis said yesterday in a statement. Davis was commenting on a Scientific Advisory Committee report from December showing …

 Above: Canaries (Photo: SLTB) By the Caribbean Journal staff St Lucian MP Dr Keith Mondesir has announced plans for tourism development in the island’s fishing village of Canaries, with the intent to attract the kinds of tourist dollars that typically …