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Pool at CuisinArt

VIDEO: The Amazing Pool at Anguilla’s CuisinArt Resort

 It’s perhaps the most striking feature at one of Anguilla’s most beautiful hotels: the endless infinity pool at the CuisinArt resort. It’s a dazzling stretch of water that goes all the way from the main building to the hotel’s signature ... [ Read More ]

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How This New Paradise Island Hotel Is Adding a Sense of Place

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor The Warwick Paradise Island Bahamas, a 244-room adults-only all-inclusive resort, is scheduled to open in Nassau this summer. And while we’re always happy to hear about a new Caribbean resort, it makes us even happier ... [ Read More ]

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The 11 Best Hotels in Grenada

 There’s something special about this island, something you realize the moment you step out the doors of Maurice Bishop International Airport. That’s because it’s in the air — literally. Fragrances of spices from nutmeg to cinnamon abound in the air,  ... [ Read More ]

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff Disney Cruise Line is returning to New York beginning in the fall of 2017, with plans for sailings to the Bahamas. Disney will operate a total of six seven- and eight-night sailings to the Bahamas ... [ Read More ]

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 The next major Caribbean food festival of the season is coming soon. The Punta Cana Food and Wine Festival returns this year to the Dominican Republic’s tourism capital, The gastronomic event will take place this year  on July 1 and ... [ Read More ]

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 One of Antigua’s top all-inclusive resorts has made a series of changes to the property. Chief among them is the addition of a new 3,700-square-foot fitness center, according to Elite Island Resorts. The hotel has also unveiled a series of ... [ Read More ]

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 Will Jamaica soon to be home to ultra-fast Internet? That’s the plan by Digicel Group and Huawei Technologies, which recently tested a new technology known as XG-PON on their new fiber network which delivers speeds up to 10,000 Mbps. XG-PON, ... [ Read More ]

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 “Always loved this beach bar on Junkanoo Beach in Nassau,” writes Caribbean Journal reader Robert Morton, who sent in this week’s Caribbean Photo. This is the Tiki Bikini Beach Bar in the Bahamian capital. Have you taken a great photo ... [ Read More ]

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 By Dennis ChungCJ Contributor Jamaica’s government has placed growth at the front of its priorities. Since political independence, in 1962, we have only seen growth of any significance in the period 1962 to 1972, and then about three years in ... [ Read More ]

 It’s a quiet hillside residential neighborhood over looking Pinel Island. It’s not the place you’d ever expect to see a colorful, Creole-style rum shack. But that’s what makes Ma Doudou such a pleasant surprise — because this secret rum shack ... [ Read More ]

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 One of the Caribbean’s greenest islands is getting greener. Aruba is planning a new 7.5-megawatt solar photovoltaic project. The project will include 2.5 MW installed at schools and public building rooftops, with a 5 MW utility-scale park that will help ... [ Read More ]

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 A major hotel project in Dominica is moving forward. The planned Kempinski hotel will be the first five-star large resort on the Eastern Caribbean island. United Arab Emirates-based developer Range Developments has now tapped NH International as the main structural ... [ Read More ]

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 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor A Caribbean vacation is synonymous with a beach vacation. But what if you decided to do something different? On a recent trip to St. Croix I did, eschewing seaside resorts for Hotel Caravelle, a small ... [ Read More ]

barbados

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Barbados travel demand is surging, according to the latest numbers from global travel giant Expedia. Travel demand to Barbados on all Expedia sites grew by 35 percent last year compared to 2014, according to the ... [ Read More ]

chocolate

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Grenada Chocolate Fest is back for a third year of celebrating the island’s organic and ethically produced dark chocolate and cocoa products. This year’s activities, which are themed around “Creating Generation Cocoa,” will take place across ... [ Read More ]

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 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Bursting with lush and diverse wildlife both under the sea in its coral reefs and above white sand shores in its rainforests, Belize is the ideal destination for travelers who love to explore. We’ve compiled a ... [ Read More ]

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 The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Donna Westberg, who took this lovely shot of Bottom Bay in Barbados. Did you take a great photo in the Caribbean? Send it to [email protected] with CPOTW in the subject line. ... [ Read More ]

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 United is expanding in the Dutch Caribbean. The air carrier has announced that it will be offering a second nonstop flight to the Dutch Caribbean island of Bonaire. The new flights will operate every Sunday between Newark and Bonaire, in ... [ Read More ]