January 16, 2019

Cayman Islands named “Best Caribbean Island to Visit in 2019”

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Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (8 January 2019) Home to world-class accommodations, premier culinary offerings and a myriad of experiences on-land and below sea, the Cayman Islands was ranked 1st out of 19 islands in Caribbean Journal’s roundup of “The 19 Best Caribbean Islands to Visit in 2019.” This prestigious recognition comes on the heels of […]

American Airlines’ new route to Grand Cayman

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By the Caribbean Journal staff From Caribbean journal American Airlines has launched another new route to the Caribbean. The carrier has added a new route from Chicago O’Hare, with a new weekly service between Chicago and Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands. The new service, which will run through the winter season, will be operating […]

4 SKN hotels named in Top 50 Best Resorts In The Caribbean by Readers’ Choice Awards

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By T. Chapman From SKN Pulse Fourseasons Resort, Nisbet Plantation, Park Hyatt and Montepelier Hotel are the top four hotels in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis. The Reader’s Choice Awards issued on December 21 2018 by Condé Nast Traveler ranked the hotels as follows: 47th – Four Seasons Resort, Nevis; 45th Nisbet Plantation Beach Club – […]

The Islands of The Bahamas snags two top best Caribbean awards

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NEWS PROVIDED BY The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation  NASSAU, Bahamas, Dec. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Islands Of The Bahamas continues to dominate tourism in theCaribbean. So says Caribbean Journal, the largest website covering Caribbean tourism, which bestowed on the destination two key awards in its Caribbean Travel Awards 2018: Best Caribbean Destination and Best Caribbean Tourism Minister. […]

Luxurious real estate development coming to the Cayman Islands

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From Bajan Reporter The Cayman Islands are about to develop the most luxurious real estate project in its history, according to the Caribbean Journal. The WaterMark, a collection of 54 new beachfront units is set to be constructed along Seven Mile Beach and promises to provide residents with premium living and high end amenities. No doubt, this […]

Southwest Airlines adding new Cayman Islands flights

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By the Caribbean Journal staff Southwest Airlines is adding another new route to the Cayman Islands. The carrier has is planning to launch a new route from Baltimore/Washington to Grand Cayman, Caribbean Journal has learned. The new service, which will launch June 15, 2019, will operate weekly on Saturdays. The route, which is still subject […]

Art of Fashion

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New exhibition Art of Fashion to open at the National Gallery of Cayman Islands (Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, August 16, 2018)—National Gallery of Cayman Islands (NGCI) announced today that a new exhibition Art of Fashion will open with a Members’ Preview on 24 August and will be on view until 28 November (preceded by NGCI’s […]

The Cayman Islands welcomes record 1.3 million visitors in first half of 2018

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Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (27 July 2018) The Cayman Islands welcomed over 1.3 million visitors between January and June 2018, which represents an increase of 19.52 percent or 214,711 visitors when compared to the same period in 2017. While air arrivals were up 15.9 percent for the first half of the year, demonstrating an increase […]

Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort

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From Aruba NEW COMPLIMENTARY WELLNESS ACTIVITIES INTRODUCED AT TOP ARUBA HOTEL Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort announces a major upgrade to its successful wellness program by introducing the Caribbean’s first and only Healthy Hour. Coupled with this is a significant expansion of its wellness offerings including complimentary activities and classes. Recognized as the most romantic […]

Canada’s financial dominance in the Former English Caribbean Colonies (FECC)

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By Tamanisha Jennifer John, Extramural Contributor at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs To download a PDF of this article, go to web link below Introduction Today, Canadian Banks dominate the financial industry of the Former English Caribbean Colonies (FECC), enhancing and often enriching the external interests of capital for their banks in Canada. This is […]