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New St Vincent and the Grenadines Airport Closer to Debut

 By the Caribbean Journal staff St Vincent and the Grenadines could soon have its long-awaited international airport. The much-anticipated project, delayed for several years (in large part due to the Christmas trough storm of 2013), is close to debut, according …

The 11 Best Caribbean Islands for Sailing, Yachting and Boating

 We have often said, to really understand an island you must go out in a boat and look back. Boating and Islands just go together — to really see a place and know a place you must get away from …

How to Move to The Most Exclusive Address in Barbados

 When it comes to Caribbean real estate, it doesn’t get much more exclusive than this. This is One Sandy Lane, the real estate component of Sandy Lane, one of the Caribbean’s toniest resorts — although One Sandy Lane is a world …

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 St Vincent and the Grenadines is launching an energy audit of a group of public buildings in the country. The audit is being financed by the Caribbean Development Bank to the tune of $48,500 under the bank’s Sustainable Energy for …

 It’s one of the great wonders of St Vincent and the Grenadines, but you may not have heard of it: the towering pinnacle called Fort Duvernette off Young Island. The rock is a 195-foot-high volcanic “plug” made of basalt. While …

 It’s the most charming hotel in Bequia: Sugar Reef, the boutique hotel with just eight rooms on a magical beach in the Grenadines. The property is set on a 65-acre coconut plantation on the edge of a quarter-mile-long beach. It’s …

 A mission from the Organization of American States is observing this week’s general elections in St Vincent and the Grenadines. The mission, which arrived on Dec. 3, will observe the Dec. 9 vote. The mission is being led by Ambassador …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Underwater Caribbean photo comes to us from Caribbean Journal reader Earl Jr, who sent in this wonderful shot of a frogfish taken under the water near Bequia in St Vincent and the Grenadines. …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The United Kingdom’s Department for International Development is increasing its support for the development of green energy in the Eastern Caribbean. The DFID has announced an agreement to contribute around $3.9 million USD to the …

 We’ve always said that the best beach in the Caribbean is the one you’re on right now. But some beaches are that much more special — the ones that repay great journeys. But what makes a great beach? Is it the …

 The best Caribbean resorts are more than just rooms, pools and sand. They use the art of luxury to create something more. Something meaningful. While the term “resort” certainly has its share of definitions in the Caribbean (and we address …

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 Airport could be game changer for country By the Caribbean Journal staff St Vincent and the Grenadines is getting some additional help to fund the construction of its long-awaited international airport. The country is securing a loan of $5 million …

 “Take me to an adults-only resort.” It’s something you probably find yourself saying all the time, whether you’re looking for a getaway or just a hotel that’s a little bit more tranquil. And while there are great inclusions at all-inclusive resorts around …

 Another Caribbean country enters the geothermal fray By the Caribbean Journal staff St Vincent and the Grenadines is moving forward with a planned geothermal energy project. The plan is for the country’s National Geothermal Project to start up in 2018, …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Crystal clear waters, lush rainforests and thriving coral reefs are St Vincent and the Grenadines’ stock in trade, but after a day spent exploring “Vincy” and the idyllic archipelago of 31 other islands (which includes Bequia, …

 Snorkeling. It’s by far one of the most popular activities in the Caribbean, enjoyed by anyone and everyone, by travelers of almost all ages. It’s what you daydream about when you’re planning a Caribbean trip: warm water, abundant sea life, …

 It may seem like a list of 50 beach bars is a lot. But when we finished compiling this momentous list, we weren’t even breathing hard. That’s because the Caribbean is the beach bar capital of Planet Earth, and we …

 Above: St Vincent (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Japan is giving $2 million in aid funding to the government of St Vincent and the Grenadines, the country’s government announced this week. The funding comes as the result of …