Bermuda Tourism Arrivals Are Climbing Back 


Bermuda’s tourism arrival numbers are beginning to climb back, according to numbers released by the Bermuda Tourism Authority.  For the year to date, the island has reported just under 80,000 visitors, representing a 76.1 percent increase over the same period […]


A New Boutique Resort Is Coming to Bonaire 

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The Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire will be welcoming a new boutique hotel early next year.  The new Belnem House Bonaire, a mix of 14 apartments, penthouses and suites, will be opening its doors in “early 2023,” according to Tourism […]


Bonaire Is Surpassing Its Pre-Pandemic Tourism Numbers 

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Bonaire’s sizzling 2022 tourism performance has not slowed down.  The island continues to see stay over arrival numbers surpass its pre-pandemic totals, according to a new report from Tourism Corporation Bonaire.  The island reported 39,687 visitors in the last three […]


Cancun Tourism Continues to Surge 

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Even in a traditionally slow time of year in the Caribbean, one airport continues to post blazing tourism growth: Cancun.  The Mexican Caribbean hotspot has seen dramatic growth in 2022, particularly in the second half of the year, as passenger […]

Junkanoo Is Back in The Bahamas 

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After two years off amid the pandemic, The Bahamas’ greatest art form is making its triumphant return for the holiday season.  Junkanoo, The Bahamas’ national cultural festival, returns for its largest celebration in the heart of downtown Nassau on Boxing […]

Cayman Islands Tourism Resurgence Continues

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It’s been a strong year for Cayman Islands tourism as the destination continues its post-pandemic rebirth.  That growth has continued through what is traditionally the Caribbean’s shoulder season — and it’s been borne out in surging numbers for the destination’s national […]


A Cruise Renaissance in St Maarten 

carnival magic, one of six ships coming to st maarten this week.

It’s been the number one cruise destination in the northern Caribbean for years.  But after the pandemic, it’s been a struggle for St Maarten to match its once-strong numbers.  That’s starting to change, however.  This week, nearly 15,000 cruise passengers […]

The USVI Is Growing Faster Than Any Other Caribbean Destination

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It’s been an exemplar for the Caribbean in the post-Covid tourism world, and the US Virgin Islands continues to see outstanding tourism performance.  But that doesn’t tell the whole story.  The US Virgin Islands has actually seen the highest increase […]

Canadian Airlines Add More Seats to Jamaica 

jamaica's rockhouse hotel in negril.

Jamaica has secured commitments for a record number of seats from Canada this winter, according to Jamaica Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett.  The island is projecting 283,000 seats out of Canada this winter, a record for the destination.  That represents 26,000 […]


It Just Got Much Easier to Visit Bermuda

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After having some of the strictest travel protocols in the hemisphere for much of the pandemic, Bermuda has removed all of its travel protocols.  Effective Nov. 14, Bermuda no longer requires its travel authorization process, its $40 fee or proof […]

Frontier Is Adding More Nonstop Flights to Montego Bay, Jamaica

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Since the onset of the pandemic, no carrier has added more new flights to the Caribbean than low-cost airline Frontier.  And now it’s adding even more.  The airline has announced plans to add another three weekly flights to Jamaica’s tourism […]

In St Kitts, a Month of Wellness

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St Kitts is putting the spotlight this month on the island’s broad wellness experiences.  The island is marking Tourism Awareness Month with a multitude of events and workshops focused on “physical, environmental and spiritual wellness.” “This Tourism Awareness Month, St […]


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