How to Move to The Most Exclusive Address in Barbados

 When it comes to Caribbean real estate, it doesn’t get much more exclusive than this. This is One Sandy Lane, the real estate component of Sandy Lane, one of the Caribbean’s toniest resorts — although One Sandy Lane is a world ... [ Read More ]

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The Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Barbados

 Where to stay in Barbados with everything included In comparison to destinations such as Jamaica and the Dominican Republic, Barbados doesn’t have that many all-inclusive resorts – which makes picking the right one even more crucial. So before you check ... [ Read More ]


A Major Tourism “Turnaround” in Barbados

 Barbados tourism is on a strong growth path after a record year in 2015, according to the country’s tourism officials. Barbados Tourism Minister Richard Sealy said last year was a “turnaround year,” with many of the island’s vital signs showing ... [ Read More ]



 Yes, you can surf in the Caribbean. And while there are great spots from Puerto Rico to Martinique, it doesn’t get much better than the funky town of Bathsheba in Barbados. It’s a place that draws surfers from around the ... [ Read More ]


 Recipe for a classic By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor The holidays are over and the first full work week of the new year has begun. But if your re-entry to reality has been a bit rough, well, we can relate. ... [ Read More ]


 Barbados has signed a pair of agreements with the Inter-American Development Bank for $10 million in loan financing. The funding will finance a programmed aimed at strengthening “human and social development” on the island, according to a government statement. Barbados ... [ Read More ]


 Last year, Caribbean Journal launched the first-ever Caribbean Travel Awards to honor the hotels, destinations and people who help make Caribbean travel better. And we’re doing it again this year, looking at the region both from the perspective of the ... [ Read More ]


 The regional carrier is expanding By Dana NilandCJ Contributor LIAT has announced it will launch a new, nonstop service from Barbados to Trinidad early next year. Beginning Jan. 18, LIAT will offer daily flights from the Grantley Adams Airport to Piarco ... [ Read More ]

The beach at the Colony Club in Barbados

 New flights hit the market By the Caribbean Journal staff JetBlue has officially begun selling its new flights between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and Barbados’ Grantley Adams International Airport. JetBlue will be launching the service April 28, 2016. The route was first ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal staff Barbados has welcomed the arrival of the new MV Brittania cruise ship. The 1,083-foot-long flagship of P&O Cruises will be homeporting in Barbados throughout the winter season, conducting 14-day cruises across the Caribbean. “We are ... [ Read More ]

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff JetBlue Airways has launched its premium “Mint” service on flights to Aruba and Barbados. The flights out of New York’s John F Kennedy Airport represent JetBlue’s first international flights with Mint. “Mint continues to wow ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal staff CARICOM members Barbados and Guyana are looking to deepen their relationship. That was the view expressed during a recent meeting between Barbados Industry Minister Donville Inniss and Guyana Vice President Carl Greenidge at the Hilton ... [ Read More ]

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 The latest Underwater Caribbean shot comes from Caribbean Journal reader Jaime Jost, who sent in this lovely shot of a sea turtle in Barbados. Did you take a great underwater photo of the Caribbean? Send it to [email protected] with Underwater ... [ Read More ]


 Photos by Steve Keats BARBADOS — It’s just another reason why Barbados is the Caribbean capital of motor racing. Whether it’s the Top Gear Festival, or Bushy Park itself, there’s nowhere better in the Caribbean to watch — or experience for ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s time to insert “innovative and revolutionary thinking and to generate fresh energy” into the Caribbean’s tourism sector. That was the call by Barbados Tourism Minister and current Caribbean Tourism Organization Chairman Richard Sealy at ... [ Read More ]


 By Dana Niland CJ Contributor Colombia-based Avianca is planning to introduce twice-weekly nonstop flights between Bogotá and Barbados. The new flights, which begin Dec. 2, will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays between El Dorado International Airport and the Grantley Adams ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency has officially opened its doors in Barbados. Barbados Prime Minister Freundel Stuart was on hand to inaugurate the facility, which is located at the Lloyd Erskine ... [ Read More ]


 By Alexander Britell WILLEMSTAD —Barbados is booming. The Caribbean island is slated to see more than $1 billion of proposed hotel plant investment over the next five years, according to William Griffith, CEO of Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. That investment ... [ Read More ]