Category: Caribbean

Holiday Sparkle at Cap Juluca

Leave it to Cap Juluca, the legendary resort on the Caribbean island of Anguilla, to create a festive, fun-packed holiday celebration filled with food, fireworks, and music. The celebration runs from Sunday, Dec. 18 through Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017. Events include all-day excursions by boat to Scilly Cay, a sun-drenched private island, to feast on […]

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Category: Caribbean, World

The Bahamas: 3 Ways To Go

Whatever your style, there’s an island getaway for you. Even travelers who have been everywhere are awestruck by the Bahamas. The varieties of blue, green and white that color the water, land and sky of these islands are as brilliant and numerous as the islands themselves, numbering some 700. Here’s a look at three Bahamas […]

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Category: Caribbean, World

A Hidden Gem

I was sipping a glass of wine at La Balandra, the open-air restaurant at Harbour Village Beach Club, when our waiter appeared at the table. “They got one. What would you like us to do with it?” “It” was a lionfish, the invasive, stinging predator from Asia was first spotted here in 2009 and has […]

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Category: Caribbean

For Singles And Families, Beaches Area Great In Turks And Caicos

I walked out of my room at Ocean Club Resort West and onto the most spectacular beach I had ever seen–powdery white sand stretching for miles in both directions, turquoise waters lapping calmly ashore, silence all around, for it was just me and a few other lucky souls here on this portion of Grace Bay […]

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Category: Caribbean

The Bahamas: 3 Ways To Go

Even travelers who have been everywhere are awestruck by the Bahamas. The varieties of blue, green and white that color the water, land and sky of these islands are as brilliant and numerous as the islands themselves, numbering some 700. Here’s a look at three Bahamas getaways, each a prime example of its type, and […]

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Category: Caribbean

Escape to Exclusive Turks & Caicos

As our charter boat dropped anchor on the reef surrounding the Turks & Caicos islands, a feeling of apprehension and excitement welled up inside of me. Never having snorkeled in the ocean before – could I resist slipping overboard when floating above one of the world’s top diving destinations? Adjusting my mask, I cautiously slid […]

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Category: Caribbean, World

Bermuda’s Dramatic History Unfolds Across its Tiny Turf

  For an island some 22 miles long and scarcely a mile wide, Bermuda makes a mighty splash in the story of Britain and its sizeable stake in the Western Atlantic. Marking its 400th birthday in 2009 – it was in July 1609 that the Sea Venture, flagship of a seven-ship fleet sailing to Virginia’s […]

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Category: Caribbean, World

Curacao: A Unique Caribbean Paradise

Curacao is one of those destinations that sends the curious sprinting for their globes. Unless you’re a geography teacher or seasoned Caribbean traveler, Curacao may be a complete mystery. An autonomous country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, this 38-mile-long island is part of the Lesser Antilles and is located just off the coast of […]

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