Where to Go in Puerto Rico

Few sights shout Puerto Rico as potently as El Morro fort in Old San Juan, an easy walk from the main hotels clustered around the capital. If you only have a day on the island, the old city will not disappoint, with a collection of historic buildings, upmarket restaurants and craft shopping within easy reach. For longer stays, it’s worth …

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Where to Go in the Dominican Republic

The seemingly endless stretches of palm-fringed beach touted in the tourist brochures are most heavily associated with Punta Cana in the southeast of the island, where most of the big all- inclusive resorts are, and Puerto Plata in the north, while Sammana is also gathering momentum as a hip tropical getaway. In the capital, Santo Domingo, the concentration of New …

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Where to Go in Jamaica

Although Kingston, the capital, is on the south coast of the island, it no longer serves as the conventional point of entry for tourists, who typically fly into Montego Bay on the north coast. For the beach hedonist, everything is conveniently arranged along the coast, with all the major resorts, cruise ship ports, and tour companies in attendance. Don’t miss …

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Where to Go in the Bahamas

Although the Bahamas archipelago spreads across a vast area almost the size of Colorado, most of the action is centered around Nassau and Grand Bahama, where the cruise ships dock. Focus on these areas for the best shopping, dining and accommodation. In Nassau, the looming salmon-colored towers of the Atlantis resort are one of the Bahamas’ most-photographed and film-featured landmarks, …

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Wounded Warriors Receive Dive Vacation of a Lifetime on Bonaire

Wheelchairs for the Wounded Warriors waiting on the docks

** Injured U.S. Troops and their Families to Receive Dive Vacation of a Lifetime on Bonaire** Kralendijk, Bonaire (August 13, 2014) – For the ninth consecutive year, Tourism Corporation Bonaire (TCB), industry partners, and the entire island of Bonaire will welcome members of the U.S. military and their families to their home away from home from August 16 -24, 2014, …

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Antigua Inks New $120million RESORT Deal with UAE

Image of yachts taken at the Antigua Yacht Club Marina at Night

Antigua inks HUGE investment with a member of the Ruling Family of Sharjah from the United Arab Emirates. According to www.arabianbusiness.com, Al Caribi Development signed an agreement to “jointly develop” the property with the Antiguan Government. Part of the deal includes a contribution of the five acres of current Antigua National Park land for development of the resort. The total resort size …

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Scrub Island Resort Offers LOCAL RATE!

Enjoy the Water Slide at Scrub Island

Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina is offering an incredible local rate offer that residents of the British Virgin Islands and St. Thomas can take advantage of through December 20. Scrub Island Resort is a delightful discovery, an experience that won’t be forgotten any time soon and an adventure in luxury living at a resort like no other. On Scrub Island, …

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Caribbean’s First Innovators Symposium Demonstrates Strong Commitment to Sustainable Coastal and Marine Tourism

Washington, DC – The 3rd Symposium for Innovators in Coastal Tourism, held in Grenada from July 9-11, 2014, has helped to set the ‘green’ agenda for Grenada and the other Caribbean countries. Over 200 delegates participated in the three day event, making it the largest ever Innovators Symposium organized by the Center for Responsible Travel (CREST).  CREST hosted the Grenada Symposium …

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