BASSETERRE – The St Kitts Tourism Authority announced today that the staging of the world-renowned St. Kitts Music Festival takes place 25th to 27th June, 2015. Minister of Tourism, Lindsay Grant, said he is excited about the 2015 edition of the Festival, which has become one of the most anticipated events in the Caribbean’s, Read More

KINGSTOWN, ST. VINCENT – FEBRUARY, 2015 – A collection of 32 unspoiled islands and cays in the secluded Southern Caribbean, St. Vincent and the Grenadines (“SVG”) is celebrating the 250th year anniversary of its treasured Botanical Gardens, the oldest in the Western Hemisphere.   The Gardens, which have experienced a significant increase in visitors in recent years, is, Read More

Beginning on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2015, travelers can fly non-stop from Tampa International Airport, Florid,a to the Abaco Islands in the Bahamas when Silver Airways introduces a new service. The flights are directly to Marsh Harbour, the largest town on Great Abaco Island departing every Saturday and Sunday. This is welcome news for, Read More

  It’s Carnival time! The biggest event in Aruba’s calendar is underway, with the colour and rhythm of Carnival in full swing. The most spectacular party of the year, the 61st Carnival, got underway this month (January) and will reach a crescendo on February 15 with a Grand Parade in island capital Oranjestad. This month-long, Read More

Biras Creek Resort, on Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands, has earned the distinction of being listed among Travel + Leisure’s annual World’s Best Awards in the magazine’s July 2004 issue.  Of the top 25 hotels within the Caribbean, Biras Creek ranked sixth on the list.  The resort was ranked previously in Travel, Read More

BELIZE tourism continues its winning streak, as statistics obtained from the Belize’s Immigration Department reveal unexpected growth. Statistics show airport arrivals from April through June of 2004 have increased by 6.5 percent over the same period last year. In actual numbers, this percentage increases equals to a total of 93,501 visitors during the first, Read More

School is out and it’s time to plan the family vacation. The destination needs to be a place where mom and dad can relax and enjoy themselves while the kids have something interesting and fun to do. Trinidad & Tobago has made that task easy by providing a location that has white sand beaches,, Read More

According to a BBC report, hundreds of Cuban Americans have been returning to the US, as tough new curbs on travel to Cuba imposed by Washington came into effect on Sunday. Cuban Americans will only be allowed to go back to the island once every three years instead of once a year. President George, Read More

Curaçao, noted by Rodale’s Magazine as one of the top five destinations for beginner divers and one of the world’s top 15 favorite dive destinations, is offering special dive packages through December 2004. Curaçao’s diverse and dense sea life, its varied underwater attractions such as a sunken coastal freighter and mushroom forest and its, Read More

Travel agents can expect to save big on vacations in Curaçao this year as incentive packages designed to thank them for their support and to encourage those unfamiliar with the island to visit are unveiled. “Travel agents are extremely important to our success,” commented Jim Hepple, executive director of the Curaçao Tourist Board. “These, Read More