ti sable martinique

VIDEO: 10 Seconds at Ti’ Sable Beach Bar in Martinique

 It’s one of the great beach bars in the Caribbean: Ti’ Sable on Grand Anse D’Arlet in Martinique, home to some of some seriously relaxing beach oases. And if you can’t be there right now, don’t worry — CJ has ... [ Read More ]

lobleu guadeloupe

VIDEO: A Room With a View in Guadeloupe

 It’s straight out of a novel — or perhaps out of one you’ll be writing when you’re here. This is the charming little LoBleu Hotel on the island of Terre de Haut in the Guadeloupe archipelago. It’s a simple, affordable, ... [ Read More ]

Amanera in the Dominican Republic

The Caribbean’s Newest Luxury Resort

 Aman has officially opened its newest resort in the Caribbean. The ultra-luxury Amanera, the second Aman property in the Caribbean, includes 25 casitas on Playa Grande Beach in the Dominican Republic’s north coast. The property is set on a clifftop ... [ Read More ]



 Is this Caribbean country home to the region’s best-value real estate? The emerging luxury market in Belize offers just that, according to a new report by SANCAS Realty, the exclusive affiliate for Christie’s International Real Estate in Belize. “The mid-term ... [ Read More ]


 Copa Airlines has taken delivery of its 100th airplane, the Panama-based carrier announced. The Boeing 737-800 is being leased from SMBC Aviation Capital. “We are proud to celebrate this historic achievement for our company and for the country – a ... [ Read More ]


 Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 cruise ship has made its first-ever visit to the new Amber Cove port in the Dominican Republic. The ship arrived from Tortola in the British Virgin Islands; it was also the ship’s first-ever stop in the ... [ Read More ]


 Exploring a Saba moment By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor SABA — “Saba is a beautiful place to do nothing,” the local I’d met earlier that day told me. And now I understand exactly what she means about this five-square-mile Dutch-Caribbean ... [ Read More ]

Emirates Etihad Guyana

 Will some of the world’s best airlines soon come to Guyana? That’s the hope, at least, following the signing of an air services agreement by Guyana and the United Arab Emirates. The agreement was signed this week in Montreal, Canada, ... [ Read More ]


 Some islands have beautiful beaches. Some islands have great all inclusive resorts. These two things don’t always come together — but sometimes, you find places with both. Indeed, a big part of the all-inclusive experience is having everything you need — ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts and Nevis has announced the immediate suspension of  processing of new applications for citizenship by investment from citizens and residents of Syria. In a statement, the country’s government said the changes were “made ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal staff There’s a brand-new adventure park in Jamaica. Negril’s JamWest Motorsports and Adventure Park includes a Zipline, a Jeep safari, ATV driving and a walking trail across a 700-acre estate. The site also includes the only ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal staff The United States Agency for International Development and the Caribbean Community have signed a $165 million agreement on development assistance support. CARICOM Secretary General Irwin LaRocque and USAID Eastern and Southern Caribbean Mission Director Christopher ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal staff Resorts World is significantly expanding its investment in the Bahamian island of Bimini. The company has revised its business plan from an initial investment of $150 million to $600 million, Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie ... [ Read More ]


 By the Caribbean Journal staff Following a very strong September, the Caribbean hotel sector saw slower growth in October, according to the latest report from STR. The region’s occupancy was 57.9 percent last month, a 1.2 percent rise over the same ... [ Read More ]


 A major relief drive By the Caribbean Journal staff Dominica’s relief efforts from Tropical Storm Erika are getting a big boost from the Caribbean’s hotel sector. The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association and the Dominica Hotel and Tourism Association have ... [ 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 ]


 An incredible key lime pie By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor How delicious does a key lime pie have to be that grown people fight over it? Better ask Bitter End Yacht Club’s head pastry chef Winston Butler, whose sweet specialty ... [ Read More ]


 A major new route By the Caribbean Journal staff JetBlue has begun its new daily service between Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Providenciales, Turks and Caicos, the carrier announced. Fort Lauderdale is the third city from which JetBlue is now offering ... [ Read More ]