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Flying to the British Virgin Islands Just Got Easier

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Flying to the British Virgin Islands just got a lot easier. Turks and Caicos-based airline InterCaribbean Airways is launching a wave of new flights to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. The new service will […]


How to Drive a Mini Cooper Convertible Around St Lucia

By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s the perfect St Lucia road trip. The newest addition to St Lucia’s unique offering is a carefully curated island tour that teaches visitors about the island’s history while behind the wheel of a Mini […]


5 Adults-Only All Inclusive Resorts to Visit Right Now

Many resorts in the Caribbean are perfect for travelers of all ages, whether you’re looking for a family getaway or a romantic escape. But certain resorts are tailor made for the latter, with the perfect combination of comfort, seclusion and, […]


St Lucia’s Castles in Paradise Expands

By the Caribbean Journal staff The Castles in Paradise villa resort in St Lucia has expanded with a new wing of apartment units at its Vieux Fort property. Castles in Paradise, the only villa resort in the south of St […]

How Fareness Can Help You Find Your Next Caribbean Flight

The Caribbean’s tourism season is about to heat up. But if you’re planning a new getaway to the islands right now, the good news is that there are some deals to be found, particularly on your flight. That’s where Fareness […]

Apple Leisure Group’s AMResorts Expanding to St Lucia

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Apple Leisure Group subsidiary AMResorts, the Caribbean’s fastest-growing hotel company, is expanding again with a pair of new resorts in St Lucia. AMResorts will manage two new luxury all inclusive resorts in what will be […]


10 Tiny Caribbean Resorts to Visit Right Now

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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 […]

Tobago Tourism Agency Names CEO

By the Caribbean Journal staff The new Tobago Tourism Agency has named its first-ever Chief Executive Officer. The agency has appointed Louis Lewis, who most recently served as director of tourism in St Lucia, a role in which he served […]

St Lucia’s Sugar Beach Set to Debut New Beachfront Collection

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor The first properties in the Beachfront Collection at Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort are nearing completion on the Caribbean Coast of St Lucia and will be ready to host guests beginning December 2017. The two […]


St Lucia’s Bel Jou Undergoing Renovations

By the Caribbean Journal staff Another hotel in St Lucia is making big changes. The adults-only Bel Jou Hotel near Castries has undergone significant renovations, according to a release from the country’s tourism board. It’s one of the lesser known […]

The Moorings’ New Martinique Experience

By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Sailing charter firm The Moorings has added a new destination experience for travelers: Martinique. The crewed yacht charter called the Martinique Rum Experience provides spacious waterfront living while cruising the coastline of Martinique. Days can […]

Rainforest Adventures Opening New St Maarten Zip Line in November

By the Caribbean Journal staff One of St Maarten’s major new tourist attractions is set to debut in November. Rainforest Adventures has announced that the St Maarten Rockland Estate eco-park, which will feature the world’s steepest zip line, will open […]


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