Caribbean Home: A Little Cottage in Eleuthera

 The newest listing on the Bahamian real estate market is a charming three-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage in Spanish Wells, Eleuthera. The 1,800-square-foot home, which is located on a .259-acre lot, is listed with Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty for $495,000 with Darrin ... [ Read More ]


Staniel Cay Airport Reopens

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Bahamas’ Staniel Cay Airport has reopened. The airport reopened to air traffic Nov. 18 with a new runway. The newly-paved 3,000-foot-long, 75-foot-wide runway means the airport is classified as a Code 2b airport. The ... [ Read More ]

Pelican Cay

Your Own Private Caribbean Island With Four Beaches

 By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s beyond the Caribbean dream: your own private island with its own private beach. But what if you had four beaches of your own? On Pelican Cay in the Abacos, you get precisely that. Listed ... [ Read More ]



 The latest Underwater Caribbean photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Dave Lowther. This incredible shot was taken on a live-aboard dive trip in the Bahamas aboard the Caribbean Explorer. Do you have a great underwater photo of the Caribbean? Send ... [ Read More ]


 eiy Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Maybe it’s because it secreted on the Bahamian Out Island of Eleuthera, only 50 miles from Nassau but a world apart. Or perhaps it’s because it has a pair of pink-sand beaches I can’t wait ... [ Read More ]


 Above: Long Island By the Caribbean Journal staff The airport at Deadman’s Cay on Long Island in the Bahamas has reopened following damage from Hurricane Joaquin, the country’s Department of Civil Aviation announced. The airport is now “open and operational ... [ Read More ]

Above: a government strategy session following the damage

 Major damage on several islands By the Caribbean Journal staff Hurricane Joaquin pummeled parts of the Bahamas as it rose north this weekend. The Category 4 storm’s biggest damage came in the south of Long Island, where it caused “major ... [ Read More ]


 “Much-anticipated breakthrough” By the Caribbean Journal staff Baha Mar contractor China Construction America has returned to the major project’s construction site, the development’s joint liquidators confirmed this week. The company has “returned to the site for analysis and assessment of ... [ Read More ]


 The best conch salads in the Caribbean By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Got conch? If you’re in the Bahamas or the Turks and Caicos Islands you definitely should! The scrumptious sea snail, which thrives in the archipelagos’ warm, shallow waters, ... [ Read More ]


 Why you need to visit Fowl Cay By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor As Caribbean resorts go, Fowl Cay is ne plus ultra. What better way to describe this 50-acre private-island resort where everything – and we mean everything – is ... [ Read More ]


 Four deals to the Bahamian capital By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor The bad news: Summer’s over. The good news: The Caribbean’s shoulder season is here, bringing big savings between now and the start of high season in December. And to ... [ Read More ]


 Another regional city goes sustainable By the Caribbean Journal staff Nassau is now an “emerging sustainable city,” following designation by the Inter-American Development Bank. The designation is part of the IDB’s regional Emerging Sustainable Cities Initiative, which launched locally in Nassau in ... [ Read More ]


 What’s next for troubled megaresort  By the Caribbean Journal staff The Baha Mar saga has taken a major step forward with the appointment of a provisional liquidator by the Supreme Court of the Bahamas. The ruling by the court means ... [ Read More ]

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 How to Move to: Nassau By the Caribbean Journal staff We continue our How to Move series by heading further north to the Bahamian island of New Providence, best known by the name of its major city, Nassau. So what’s ... [ Read More ]

Above: Snake Cay, East Abaco Creeks National Park. Photo by Nancy Albury

 Major expansion of protected areas By the Caribbean Journal staff The Bahamas is launching a major expansion of its marine protected areas. As part of its commitment under the Caribbean Challenge Initiative, the country has announced the creation of 15 ... [ Read More ]

Above: a portrait of a Kirtland’s warbler wintering on Eleuthera Island, Bahamas (Photo: Dave Currie)

 By Dave EwertCJ Contributor The Kirtland’s warbler, one of North America’s rarest songbirds, is very picky about where it calls home. It migrates a long distance to winter in The Bahamas every year after breeding each summer in young jack ... [ Read More ]

The Grand Lucayan in Grand Bahama.

 Expansion for the Grand Lucayan By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Grand Bahama’s Lighthouse Pointe all-inclusive resort is set to open in late 2015, marking the brand’s entry into the rapidly-growing all-inclusive market in the region. The resort will be a standalone ... [ Read More ]


 A haven for shoppers By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor MAN-O-WAR CAY — I never met a bag I didn’t like. Beach totes, hobos, box clutches, backpacks … I’ve got somewhere around 40, in leather, fabric, even straw, and in just ... [ Read More ]