The stage is set for a star studded line up of the 20th world Creole Music Festival in Dominica from October 27 – 29, 2017. The three nights of pulsating rhythms line up was revealed at the Fort Young Hotel on July 13, 2017. The contribution of past and present event directors was acknowledged, Read More

This summer marks the 60th anniversary of Carnival in Antigua. To help celebrate, see below 60 things to do in Antigua.      Food and Drinks 1. Drink a cold beer at Road House www.foodanddrink-antigua.com 2. Go to the adult-only Pineapple Beach Club www.pineapplebeachclub.com/ 3. Enjoy the famous grilled Barbuda lobster www.uncleroddys.com 4. Have breakfast, Read More

June 29, 2017 – Toronto, Canada and The Valley, Anguilla – In celebration of Anguilla’s 50 years of independence from the British, here is a list of 50 reasons to visits the island including all things food, sun, adventure and more. THE ROMANCE    Seaside Horseback Riding at Seaside Stables Anguilla. Located in Cove Bay, Anguilla. This attraction lets you, Read More

“Welcome to the Year of Adventure!”  Says the Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) who declared this as the region’s theme for 2017. For many, ‘adventure tourism’ at a glance may mean trekking through muddy trails or treading waist high through a river at the edge of a waterfall – though this is also true, these, Read More

MIAMI (June 2, 2017) – The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), a federation of 32 private sector-led organizations throughout the Caribbean basin, reiterates its previous position to join with the nations throughout the Caribbean in supporting the adoption of the Paris climate change agreement. The Caribbean is one of the world’s most vulnerable, Read More

United Nations sanctioned International Day of Happiness and the “One happy island” of Aruba announced a brand partnership with a mutual, long-term goal of inspiring acts of happiness worldwide. Aruba is the first nation to formally partner with the organization, which is on track to become an inter-governmental agency after five years of dedicating, Read More

KINGSTON, JAMAICA – January 10, 2017 – Beyond the beaches, reggae music, jerk chicken, Red Stripe, rum, Bob Marley and Usain Bolt, Jamaica has an undeniably interesting history and culture. Among her interesting features are historic plantation estates like Devon House, Rose Hall, Greenwood and Seville Great Houses, as well as excursions to some of the island’s, Read More

Love is in the air as the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba stages its third annual festival celebrating that emotion in all its forms. Now expanded and moved to a new, larger venue, The Love Festival will be staged on July 29-31, offering entertainment across three days instead of two as in previous years. , Read More

KINGSTON, JAMAICA (May 26, 2016) – Many travellers think of Jamaica as a winter escape, however the island has a surprising line-up of culinary and cultural festivals that heat up the summer months. In fact, Jamaica just made Virtuoso’s 2016 “Hot 10” list of summer destinations (based on countries that have seen the largest growth, Read More

Thrill-seekers are revving up for 007-style action in the Caribbean, as the island of Aruba enhances its reputation as a beach haven where you can also get up and go! The latest addition for wannabe James Bonds is Seabob, an underwater scooter which provides an effortless excursion around the marine world of this watersports, Read More