Thing to consider when planning a family trip to the Bahamas

Located to the west of Florida, is a group of islands in the Caribbean Sea, known as The Bahamas. A perfect place for fun, thrill, excitement and Romantic experiences that all comes in one package. Whether it’s a family trip or newlywed’s honeymoon, Bahamas is a wonderful place to set … read more


Booking an All Inclusive Caribbean Trip

Planning to take a few days off from your busy life and going on a vacation? Do you have a place in mind where you would want to go for your vacation? Is it the Caribbean? If yes, then you are at the right place because this article will help … read more


Caribbean Scuba Diving

If you are looking to treat yourself to a great scuba diving experience, Caribbean is the answer to all of your questions. Crystal clear waters, tropical climate, about 350 days of sun in a year and picturesque white sand beaches. It is a dream scuba diving vacation destination.

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A Trip to the Grand Cayman Islands

Famous for their sandy beaches, clear Turquoise sea waters, amazing diving spots and year round sunny climate, the Cayman Islands is a group of three islands where the friendly locals are always ready to welcome you with a smile. The Three Islands namely Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman … read more


Family Resorts in the Caribbean

A holiday is truly a holiday when you use the moments to really unwind. Unfortunately this is not always achieved in many tour packages. Therefore to make you capture those good moments and help you make the most of your vacation we bring you the All Inclusive Package, to help … read more


Aruba Nightlife

Known for its laidback atmosphere, The Caribbean sometimes surprises its visitors with the Islands like Aruba. It is like a party central where the music never seems to stop. You can find live entertainment in resorts and casinos. The dance clubs are packed with people all night long. In Oranjestad- … read more


Atlantis Vacation Packages

You will never know what you have been missing if you never visit the Bahamas. The Bahamas is home to some of the major tourist destinations in the world. The Bahamas will offer a unique experience to you, whether you are visiting for business or pleasure. The Bahamas is also … read more


Bahamas Vacation Packages

The Bahamas is the dream destination of every vacationer. It is a stretch of about 700 islands and cays in the Atlantic Ocean. From Biminis in northwest to Great Inagua in the southeast, the Bahamas presents various opportunities to travelers to enjoy and spend their vacations on this subtropical paradise. … read more

The Caribbean Writer announces Volume 27 prize winners

ST CROIX, USVI — The Caribbean Writer has announced its annual prize winners from Volume 27, which highlights music and visual arts. Topping the list is a new annual prize: The Cecile deJongh Literary Prize ($500) awarded to an author whose work best expresses the spirit of the Caribbean. This … read more

UWI and University of Havana discuss Caribbean challenges


(L-R): Mark Kirton, Hugh Todd, Milagros Martínez, Antonio Romero, Jacqueline Laguardia, Ruben Martoredjo and Carmen Castillo take a moment from the workshop for a photograph

ST AUGUSTINE, Trinidad — On June 24 and 25, representatives of the University of West Indies (UWI) and the University of Havana, Cuba, met at … read more

US advisory on citizenship programme taken very seriously, says St Kitts-Nevis PM

By Ken Richards

BASSETERRE, St Kitts (WINN) — The recent US advisory issued on the St Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment programme has prompted the government in Basseterre to take steps to address the concerns expressed in that advisory.

In its May 20 advisory, the US Treasury Department said … read more

St Kitts-Nevis to host first Hemispheric Model OAS in English-speaking Caribbean

BASSETERRE, St Kitts — The Organization of American States (OAS), through its assistant secretary general Albert Ramdin, is currently in talks with St Kitts and Nevis, with a view to hosting a Hemispheric Model OAS for the first time in the English-speaking Caribbean.

Albert Ramdin

The Model OAS is a … read more

Southwest Airlines welcomed to Jamaica


Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Dr Wykeham McNeill (right), is presented with a replica of a Southwest Airlines airplane by Captain Mark Schultz, during a welcome reception held on Tuesday at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay to welcome Southwest’s inaugural flight to Jamaica. JIS Photo

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Commentary: Puerto Rico may consider PetroCaribe?

By Mark Laporte

At a time when individuals and opposing political parties in some Caribbean islands are voicing disagreement that their island is signatory to the PetroCaribe agreement with Venezuela and that, given the opportunity, they would revoke the agreement, Puerto Rico, a US territory, seems ready to consider what … read more

Commentary: WIPO and Caribbean intellectual property – what’s the point?

By Abiola Inniss

Recent months have seen a few interesting intellectual property (IP) symposia in the Caribbean, in particular the WIPO–JIPO Regional Conference on IP and creative industries which was held in Jamaica from February 10-12 2014. It is quite interesting that in spite of the intention that it should … read more

Air Canada to commence weekly direct flights to Curacao from Toronto

WILLEMSTAD, Curacao — Stanley Palm, Curacao’s minister of economic development, said on Thursday that, on November 7, Air Canada will start weekly direct flights to and from Toronto. As of January 2015, the Canadian airline will also start direct flights to and from Montreal.

Director of the Curacao Tourist Board, … read more

Haitian prime minister outlines government actions to achieve MDGs

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (HCNN) — Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, accompanied by the minister in charge of human rights and the fight against extreme poverty, on Wednesday attended the launching ceremony of the report on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), with the slogan “Haiti, a new look.”

Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe
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Caribbean Export explores technical management unit to support regional trade


Participants at the CARIFORUM-FCOR/OCT Business Forum in Grand Cayman

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands — Following the successful hosting of a business forum in the Cayman Islands on June 25, 2014, for private sector firms, the Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) explored the establishment of a technical management unit (TMU) … read more