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A New Way to Tour Kingston, Jamaica

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor If you’ve stayed in Jamaica’s resort hubs of Montego Bay and Ocho Rios but you still haven’t yet seen the irie isle’s capital, Kingston, one company wants to fix that. Beginning this month, Island Routes …

Four Seasons’ New Private Jet Golf Tour From Miami to the Caribbean

 Four Seasons is ramping up its golf game. The company has announced a new partnership that offers the convenience of private jet travel with a whirlwind golfing tour. The new golf package, which is the result of an exclusive partnership …

The Best Culinary Tour in the Cayman Islands

 On a small island teeming with high-quality restaurants, finding a good meal isn’t hard. But on one as pricey as Grand Cayman (the only Caribbean territory with a dollar worth more than the U.S. dollar) finding a good meal at …

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 A major Caribbean race By the Caribbean Journal staff More than 300 cyclists from around the world are heading to Tobago next week for the Tobago International Cycling Classic, including the “Tour of Tobago.” The wider event, which begins Sept. …

 First tours launching in Jamaica’s capital By the Caribbean Journal staff While Montego Bay remains Jamaica’s tourism hub, the city of Kingston is looking to position itself in a new way for travelers. The Jamaica Urban Transit Company has launched …

 Above: Carnival Vista By the Caribbean Journal staff Carnival Cruise Line has released the first video tour of its upcoming Carnival Vista ship. The video includes an indoor-outdoor tour of the ship, which is slated to debut in Europe in …

 Above: Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club By the Caribbean Journal staff The original grouping of the world-famous Buena Vista Social Club can no longer play together. But while Cuban legends Compay Segundo, Ibrahim Ferrer and Ruben Gonzalez are no longer …

 Jamaica has one of the most diverse tourism products in the Caribbean. You can hike in the Blue Mountains, sun in Negril, search for culinary nirvana in Kingston … the attractions are endless. So we thought we’d offer a short …

 Above: Nigel Fisher By the Caribbean Journal staff Nigel Fisher, the head of the United Nations’ MINUSTAH peacekeeping mission in Haiti, begins a South American tour this weekend. It is the first trip abroad for Fisher since he succeeded former …

 Above: the Citadel in Haiti (Photo: MT Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti’s tourism sector was on display last week for a visiting delegation from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The 20-member delegation was in …