As our hearts go out to our brothers and sisters in Puerto Rico, we are encouraged that operations at their San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marín Int’l Airport (SJU) appear to be returning to normal. Seaborne Airlines has announced that they have resumed a daily commercial flight to and from Anguilla’s Clayton J Lloyd Int’l, Read More

PORTSMOUTH, DOMINICA (October 2, 2017) — Hurricane Maria struck Dominica on September 18, 2017. The storm plowed through Dominica, an island nation of 73,000 people in the Eastern Caribbean, causing widespread devastation. The island was ravaged and left in ruins, damaging or destroying 85% of all homes and destroying 100% of the island’s Gross Domestic, Read More

TORONTO, ON – For the fourth consecutive year, the island of Saint Lucia has been named the “Caribbean’s Leading Honeymoon Destination 2017” by the World Travel Awards (WTA).  Saint Lucia received this recognition eight out of nine times since 2009. Celebrating its 24th anniversary, World Travel Awards is recognized across the globe as the ultimate, Read More

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS (September 20, 2017) – The Government of the United States Virgin Islands is working to assess damage to the Territory following the passage of Hurricane Maria.  The eye of the Category 5 storm passed south of St. Croix overnight (Tuesday into early Wednesday morning), bringing with it hurricane-force winds, heavy rainfall, Read More

eTN: Widespread looting, 14 dead, houses gone, ripped apart, landslides, rainforest lost is the devastating news from Dominica. 73,000 people including visitors are stranded, this is the entire population. This is a detailed update on the state of various regions in Dominica after Hurricane Maria hit the island country. The Dominica minister of tourism, Read More

Hurricane warnings have been lifted for all of The Islands of The Bahamas, however, tropical storm warnings remain in effect for Grand Bahama and Bimini. The all clear has been given for the remainder of The Islands of The Bahamas. This includes the islands of Abaco, Andros, The Berry Islands, New Providence, Eleuthera, Cat, Read More

The Caribbean Tourism Organization has issued this official update on Hurricane Irma. Hurricane Irma has had a major impact on a number of Caribbean countries in the northern Leeward Islands and the norther Caribbean and continues to threaten several more. Following is an update regarding Irma’s impact as well as steps being taken by, Read More

The eye of Hurricane Irma passed to the north of St. Kitts & Nevis earlier yestoday. The Federation has sustained minimal damage overall. Hotels are reporting no structural damage and all visitors are safe and accounted for. St. Kitts’ Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport (SKB) reopens as of noon tomorrow.  The hurricane warning has, Read More

By Juergen T Steinmetz – September 7, 2017146 It’s not better in the Bahamas this weekend- visitors should not come! The Bahamas Prime Minister Hon Hubert Minnis is asking tourists booked to the Bahamas this weekend not to travel and postpone their trip for later. It’s expected most tourists will leave the island country, Read More

The British Virgin Islands Tourist Board (BVITB) is excited to announce the fourth annual BVI Food Fete, a month-long festival that celebrates the culinary offerings of the BVI. Featuring visiting chefs, bar crawls, special tasting menus, and more, Food Fete is a true showcase of the islands’ brightest flavors. Festivities kick off on November, Read More