30 Caribbean Islands You Can Visit Right Now

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As the Caribbean works to recover from last month’s hurricanes, (a process that is already taking shape), one of the biggest questions we hear from travelers is, “where can I still visit?” Or, for some, “can I still visit the […]


British Airways: Caribbean Flights Back to Normal

By the Caribbean Journal staff In a major boost for the region, all British Airways flights between the Caribbean and London are operating regularly. “Our flights are back to normal between the Caribbean and London,” a spokesperson for the airline […]


Caribbean History: Remembering ANR Robinson

By David P. Rowe CJ Contributor One of the Caribbean’s political giants of the 20th century was Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson, a lawyer, statesman and patriot who survived the violent attempted coup in Trinidad. Robinson was born on the island […]

Doing Business in the Caribbean 2017: Central America Leading By Example

By Paul Hay CJ Contributor Doing Business 2017: Equal Opportunity for All is the 14th in the long-standing series of co-publications by the World Bank and International Financial Corporation (IFC). This annual report on the ease in doing business, now […]

Rum Journal: A Legendary Rum From A Lost Trinidad Distillery

If you’re lucky, if you’re there at just the right moment before dusk takes its evening bow, you can see a glimmer of something wonderful. A flock of scarlet ibis birds flashes out of nowhere, a speckling of bright red […]

Rum Journal: Rumson’s Grand Reserve Rum

You may not know it, but New England was a global hub for rum in the colonial period, when America was both bringing in rum from the West Indies and making a substantial portion of its own rum, too. While […]


How the Caribbean Court of Justice Is Going Digital

By GERARD BEST CJ Contributor PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad—The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) is hoping that a set of technological upgrades it recently adopted will trigger a digital revolution in courts across the region, and transform how justice is […]

8 Caribbean Fashion Designers You Should Know About

By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor The Caribbean is famous for its sun, sea and sand but let’s also add another “s:” style. That’s because despite the challenges of heat, humidity and, often, limited resources, season after season designers across […]

Caribbean Airlines Increases Trinidad-St. Vincent Flights

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Caribbean Airlines has expanded its service between Trinidad and St. Vincent. the carrier is now operating flights between Trinidad and St. Vincent five times per week on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays. “This expansion will improve the frequency with […]


These Are the Best Caribbean Countries to Live In

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The United Nations Development Programme has released the latest edition of its Human Development Index, it’s periodic  ranking that effectively names the best countries in the world to live in. The index is based on a number of factors, including […]

New Trinidad-St. Vincent Flights

Caribbean Airlines is launching new service between Trinidad and Tobago and St. Vincent’s new Argyle International Airport on April 14. The new flights will operate twice weekly on Fridays and Sundays. Caribbean Airlines is one of the first airlines to […]

The Five Best Trinidad Hotels

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Whether you’re on the island for Carnival, for business or just looking for one of the Caribbean’s great foodie destinations, there’s something for everyone in Trinidad. But with the island in many ways still under the radar for seasoned travelers, […]


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