Hurricane Maria Moves to St Croix, Puerto Rico

  Above: the projected path of Maria By the Caribbean Journal staff The eye of the “potentially catastrophic” Hurricane Maria was nearing St Croix on Tuesday evening, with Puerto Rico in its crosshairs. Maria was […]

Richard Branson Urges “Marshall Plan” For British Virgin Islands

  By the Caribbean Journal staff Sir Richard Branson, whose own Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands was devastated by Hurricane Irma, is urging the creation of a long-term “Marshall Plan” for the British […]

How to Save Big on a Bermuda Getaway Right Now

  Looking for an easy island getaway? Bermuda is offering some of its biggest savings of the year right now, with a host of places to stay. Bermuda’s calling it a “Splash Sale,” with a […]

Hurricane Maria Devastates Dominica

  By the Caribbean Journal staff Hurricane Maria made landfall on the Eastern Caribbean island of Dominica on Monday night as a Category 5 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 160 miles per hour, according […]

Hurricane Maria Heads Toward Caribbean

  By the Caribbean Journal staff With several islands steel reeling from the destructive force of Hurricane Irma, another major storm is barreling toward the Caribbean: Hurricane Maria. As of Sunday evening, Hurricane Maria was […]

On the Riviera Maya, The Joy of the Swim-Up Suite

  By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor The appeal of swim-up suites ­– hotel rooms that open directly onto a private plunge or shared serpentine pool – is undeniable. Across the Caribbean, resorts with these room […]

Another Strong Month for JetBlue

  By the Caribbean Journal staff Fast-expanding JetBlue had another traffic surge in August, according to the New York City-based carrier’s latest data report. JetBlue tallied 4.42 billion revenue passenger miles in August, a 5 […]

St. Kitts “Ready to Welcome Visitors”

  By the Caribbean Journal staff The island of St. Kitts is “ready to welcome visitors” after escaping the wrath of Hurricane Irma. The island’s airport, cruise port and all tourism providers are “open and […]

VIDEO: Exploring the Wild East of Aruba

  By Alexander Britell It’s a short drive on a dusty road from the Gold Mine Ranch to Balanushri, where a century and a half ago they used to take mined gold and process it […]

American Airlines: Slight Uptick in Latin America, Caribbean Traffic

  By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines saw a slight uptick in traffic to Latin America and the Caribbean in August, according to the carrier’s latest data report. American Airlines reported just under 2.6 […]