Digital Detox Vacations in the Caribbean

Untether yourself from tech devices and rejoin the physical world. Slow to a more natural pace while socializing, exercising and breathing clean, fresh air: Providers of digital detox vacations say the experience can lead to improved health and more creative thinking, greater mindfulness and efficiency and a feeling of “connectedness" ... Read More...

Gay Caribbean Vacation & Cruise Services (LGBT)

Island that once turned gay travelers away suggests changing sentiment toward gays in some parts of the Caribbean. The rainbow flag in Cuba doesn't stand for gay pride. Rather, the locals insist, it signifies the European symbol for “inclusiveness.” The Significance of Caribbean Travel for the LGBT Community Issues of inclusiveness in many ... Read More...

New and Newly Renovated Caribbean Hotels Offer Travelers A Variety of Options

The Caribbean has been undergoing a facelift of sorts, with many resorts are growing and changing. Several properties are reopening after renovations. Others are completely new to the region. Here are some properties travelers might consider for their next Caribbean vacation. Anguilla Anguilla's Malliouhana Hotel & Spa is accepting reservations for Nov. ... Read More...

Wellness Resorts in the Caribbean

Caribbean travelers who want to nourish the mind, body and spirit as much as they want to sate their appetites for wanderlust might consider wellness vacations. Resorts and destinations once known simply for spas now focus on holistic experiences and activities that include healthy dining, yoga, fitness facilities and more. ... Read More...

Petion-Ville, Haiti Tourist Guide

Caribbean insiders with knowledge of Petion-Ville, Haiti might say that this wealthy suburb is becoming the apple of travelers' eyes. Only a few years after a treacherous earthquake flattened Port-au-Prince and cholera began to spread through the country, a hotel boom in Petion-Ville has occurred – and wholesale vacation provider ... Read More...

Curacao Reef and Dive Guide

Researchers off Curacao are venturing to greater depths as seas rise and shallow reefs become threatened. This new exploration of Curacao's coral reefs is leading to new discoveries and documentation of new creatures. Traveling to another world might not seem a realistic vacation option, but it is possible when you ... Read More...

The Romantic Caribbean

Tradewinds sound the metal clang of the rigging on moored sailboat masts, palm fronds on shore waft in the breeze. The seas shift from sapphire to jade, signaling the water's depth and then, frothy and transparent, gently lap against the shore. There are sandy beaches in ivory, gold, pink and black, ... Read More...

Family-Friendly Caribbean Travel

The islands of the Caribbean offer families opportunities to learn about history, gain a greater appreciation for the natural world and share some quality time away from the daily grind. Families in the Caribbean can ride horseback through Puerto Rico's El Yunque National Rainforest, go whale watching and rainforest rivertubing in ... Read More...

All Inclusive Caribbean Resorts

They're like luxury cruise liners on land. Pay one price in advance, and your room, meals and entertainment are included. For travelers prone to seasickness or wanting to spend their time in a single location at a relatively fixed, known cost, all-inclusive resorts could provide the ideal getaway. Most also include ... Read More...

All-Inclusive Caribbean Honeymoons

It's one more way to travel with “no worries.” And for newlyweds breathing a sigh of relief that stressful months of wedding planning are behind them, all-inclusives can be particularly appealing. Guests at all-inclusives pay for meals, beverages and activities up front. By leaving many cost-related worries behind, they're able to ... Read More...

Western Caribbean History & Travel Guide

Western Caribbean Travel Guide includes Central America from the Yucatan Peninsula to northern Colombia, The Cayman Islands & Jamaica. CENTRAL AMERICA From the ebony sand of El Salvador to the Mayan ruins of Mexico and airy beach shack bars, shops and eateries of Belize, the Western Caribbean suits a variety of vacation ... Read More...

Caribbean SCUBA Diving Guide

A world of wonder awaits SCUBA divers and snorkelers in the Caribbean. From forests of mushroom shaped coral formations to pre-Spanish treasure fleet shipwrecks dating back to 1528, the seas here conceal stories that could take decades to uncover in their entirety. The Caribbean is home to three of the world's ... Read More...

New Rum Celebrates Captain Henry Morgan

Captain Henry Morgan is among the most celebrated of swashbucklers – one whose “spirit” has been distilled – and the release of a limited edition rum in his name celebrates his greatest accomplishment. Captain Morgan Sherry Oak Finish Spiced Rum, named for Welsh privateer Henry Morgan, recognizes his successful 17th ... Read More...

Whats new in the Caribbean?

There is always something new going on in the Caribbean. Here is an update of some of the latest adventures, accommodations, dining and travel services  available for your Caribbean vacation. Trinidad visitors can now strap themselves to a high wire in a harness and helmet and soar through the trees of ... Read More...

Tobago Hotel, Spa and Resort Guide

They call it Robinson Crusoe's island, the Capital of Paradise. With it's larger, more industrialized sister island of Trinidad, Tobago is also among the wealthiest of Caribbean islands. This Southern Caribbean isle owes its wealth to large oil and gas reserves – and, during the colonization of these islands, it ... Read More...

Marie-Galante Guadeloupe

If Guadeloupe is the butterfly of the Caribbean, Marie-Galante is one of its eggs. The archipelago's primary islands Grande-Terre and Basse-Terre form wings that flutter northwest, and this 61 square-mile isle sits beneath its belly. Because of its round shape and fairly flat terrain, however, Marie-Galante is known as “la ... Read More...