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Another Reason to Visit Saint Lucia Right Now

 By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s no secret we’re big fans of Saint Lucia’s Ladera, a property we’ve called the Ultimate Caribbean Luxury Resort. And now there are even more ways to enjoy the resort, with two major new packages …

STAR Island Bahamas Is Now Taking Reservations

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor STAR Island Bahamas announced that it is now accepting overnight reservations beginning this November. The private destination, which uses off-grid technology to power the entire island, is welcoming guests to its first one-bedroom suite, The Nest. …

160 Couples Just Renewed Their Vows in Aruba

 More than 160 couples gathered on Aruba’s Eagle Beach Tuesday to take part in what’s been billed as the Caribbean’s largest vow renewal ceremony. Participants included first-time and loyal Aruba visitors, travel influencers and celebrity couples– such as Bravo TV’s …

LATEST NEWS

 A new post-wedding option By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor We’ve heard of “trashing the dress” – the phenomenon in which newlywed couples have photos taken after the ceremony in non-traditional environments such as abandoned buildings and open fields that often …

 A new wedding-honeymoon package By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Viceroy Miami and Viceroy Anguilla are teaming up to offer couples the Perfect Match package. The platinum paradise wedding and honeymoon package will entail a ceremony atop the rooftop FIFTY Ultra Lounge …

 It’s one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make, and it’s one of the most significant economic contributors to Caribbean tourism: weddings. The Caribbean is the most romantic place in the world, and it’s the dream location for a destination …

 Above: Johnny Depp By the Caribbean Journal staff Hollywood stars Johnny Depp and Amber Heard chose a Bahamian island for their wedding earlier this month. Guests from Steven Tyler to Helena Bonham Carter joined together on Depp’s private island in the …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff You may know it as the Nature Island, but you might as well call it the Wedding Island. Few places in the Caribbean offer the kind of diversity of experience you’ll find in Dominica, where …

 Above: BVI By Alexander Britell The British Virgin Islands received approximately 302,647 tourist arrivals in 2012, essentially unchanged from the previous year. Seeking to improve on those numbers, the BVI hired a new director of tourism, Sharon Flax-Mars, a 25-year …