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A Major Update on The State of Cuba Travel

 Simons Chase, Editor in Chief of Cuba Journal, Caribbean Journal’s sister publication, will be giving a major talk on Cuba travel next week in Puerto Rico. Chase will headline an update on the State of Cuba Travel at the Expo ... [ Read More ]


A Major Caribbean Travel Conference Returns to Puerto Rico

 The Caribbean’s biggest new travel conference, ETI, is coming again to Puerto Rico this May 11-14. ETI, or Expo de Turismo Internacional, will bring together hundreds of stakeholders with an interest in growing and selling Caribbean tourism. “The ETI 2016 ... [ Read More ]


How to Travel to Abaco Right Now

 The water’s just different in the islands of the Bahamas particularly the less-traveled, beautiful Out Islands. And now the Abaco Beach Resort has an easy way for you to get there. It’s called the Ultimate Spring Getaway Package, and it ... [ Read More ]



 How to save on Jamaica right now By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Travelers this spring will find a variety of special packages, rates and discounts awaiting them in Jamaica. The deals range from budget-friendly to luxury accommodations, in everything from cozy ... [ Read More ]

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 A new beginning By Alexander Britell NASSAU — The Caribbean’s top private sector tourism association has a new leader. Acting President Karolin Troubetzkoy has officially been ratified as the organization’s new president through June 2018, following action taken ahead of ... [ Read More ]


 Nadine Ramphal’s guide to Nassau By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor As a co-owner of Craft Cottage – arguably the best local handicraft store in Nassau – my friend Nadine Ramphal meets her fair share of visitors. They come to the ... [ Read More ]


 Making your New Year’s resolutions? Us, too! After all, who doesn’t want to be the best version of themselves in 2016? Whether you want to lose weight, save money or just read more, we’ve rounded up some Caribbean places where ... [ Read More ]


 Trinidad-based Caribbean Airlines has announced the upgrade of its reservations and ticketing system. The company has moved its system to Amadeus technology, it said in a statement. The next phase of the technology shift, which extends to the airline’s airport ... [ Read More ]

best all inclusive resorts 2016

 There are the best all-inclusive resorts, and the best all-inclusive resorts right now. Those aren’t always the same thing. But sometimes you need more than that — you need the ultimate all-inclusive resort. That’s where these come in. We’ve long said ... [ 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 ]

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 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 ]


 The best seat in the house By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor The dining room staff at Virgin Gorda’s Bitter End Yacht Club call it table 302. I call it the best seat in the house. Tucked into a quiet corner ... [ 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 ]


 A remarkable Caribbean hotel By Alexander Britell GRAND CAYMAN — My fiancée told me to look at the ground. No, I hadn’t dropped anything. She was pointing to the carpet. Because the carpet – the carpets – at the Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman ... [ 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 ]


 The word “affordable” means so many different things to so many different travelers. That’s why with our newest “Affordable Caribbean” list, we decided to start with a price point, making it as helpful as possible for CJ readers. While prices can ... [ Read More ]


 Where to play tennis in the Caribbean If watching the U.S. Open makes you want to brush up on your backhand, check out these Caribbean resorts where the tennis programs are ace. One Love! Curtain Bluff, Antigua This venerable all-inclusive’s ... [ Read More ]


 Exploring the best small-ship Caribbean cruise lines By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Most modern cruise ships are massive. They’re almost floating cities that have become destinations in and of themselves, carrying as many as 5,000 passengers across Caribbean waters. ... [ Read More ]