A Bucket-List Caribbean Hotel

 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 Best Caribbean Hotels for Under $200 a Night

 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 ]


The Best Caribbean Tennis Resorts

 Where to play tennis in the Caribbean By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor 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! ... [ 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 ]


 YOU MIGHT pass by it on the way home, or rush by on your way to the beach after arrival. But hidden in plain sight at Grand Cayman’s Owen Roberts International is a rather good coffee bar called the Brew Hut. ... [ Read More ]

Landing in Saba  (all photos by CJ)

 Landing on the world’s shortest commercial runway By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor “It’s gonna be rough!” the Winair clerk warns me when I tell him that this will be my first time flying into Saba. I’ve just arrived from ... [ Read More ]

The Best Caribbean Resorts 2015.

 The best Caribbean resorts are more than just rooms, pools and sand. They use the art of luxury to create something more. Something meaningful. While the term “resort” certainly has its share of definitions in the Caribbean (and we address ... [ Read More ]

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 The best-kept secret in the French Caribbean By Alexander Britell TERRE-DE-HAUT — It’s not hard to get here. But it’s hard enough. It’s a short, twice-daily ferry ride from the tall cliffs of Trois-Rivieres on Guadeloupe’s island of Basse-Terre. There ... [ Read More ]


 It’s not like any all-inclusive bar in all of the Caribbean. It’s not really like any other bar, either. And that’s a very good thing. This is the Vintage Club Bar at the all-inclusive Gran Ventana Beach Resort in Puerto ... [ Read More ]


 Beyond the overwater bungalow in Guadeloupe By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s one step beyond the overwater bungalow. It may just be the first of its kind in the Caribbean — a floating hotel. It’s called Aqua Lodge, and it’s set ... [ Read More ]


 In Saba, finding the Caribbean island of also  By Alexander Britell SABA – I’ve got a tab at Zanzi Bar. It’s the same Zanzi Bar it’s always been, except now it’s a new bar. A week ago, Luis, a native ... [ Read More ]


 BARBADOS – This is a deep island. While so much goes on above ground, there’s a lot happening under the surface as well. And far underground in the heart of inland Barbados lies Harrison Caves, subterranean caves formed by erosion of ... [ Read More ]


 An all-inclusive kitesurfing destination in St Lucia By the Caribbean Journal staff Romance, rum, rhythm and … kitesurfing. Yes, the Helen of the West Indies is famous for a lot of things beyond its beautiful Pitons, but for those in ... [ Read More ]

best hotels in turks and caicos

 The best hotels in the Turks and Caicos islands By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor Think top Turks and Caicos resorts and you probably think of high-priced hotels in the tourist hub of Providenciales. Think again. Our picks for the best ... [ Read More ]


 Haiti’s hotel product continues to grow By the Caribbean Journal staff Another new hotel has opened its doors in Haiti. The Hotel L’Ermitage de Pandiassou, a boutique property near the area of Hinche, is now officially open. The property includes 28 ... [ Read More ]


 Unique Caribbean inclusions, from free spa treatments to your own boat By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor At some Caribbean all-inclusive resorts, it’s not just all food, drink and a few activities – it’s all you can everything! Here are few all-inclusive package ... [ Read More ]


 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Tiny Singapore has managed to earn the word “model” after its name, when it comes to doing business in tourism. So why can’t the Caribbean do the same? That was the theme of the opening remarks by ... [ Read More ]


 Above: a villa at Nevis’ Paradise Beach By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Caribbean trips for two are a wonderful thing but sometimes more’s merrier. When you want to bring the whole gang, consider Paradise Beach Nevis, a new enclave of ... [ Read More ]