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Photo Of The Day: Quintessential Caribbean White Christmas

You never forget your first white Christmas… Not when it looks like this. Warm breezes drifting in off the sea, the sun setting just off to the right, pale powder pocked solely with bird tracks stretching along the shore as far as the eye can see. This is Pine Cay, the private-island paradise situated just […]

Keep The Caribbean In Christmas With Inkberry Trees

There are few more popular symbols of Christmas in the islands than festively-lit palm trees like the one above. Their trunks festooned with spiraling lights from head to roots, the crowning fronds further lit along their rachis, these twinkling palms herald the Holiday Season in the tropics like nothing else. There’s also nothing traditional about […]

Caribbean Tourism

Caribbean, with its massive tourism culture and infrastructure, has now become one of the most visited regions in the world. Tourists, numbering in millions, throng the different island nations of this region to enjoy the most exquisite type of tourism in the world. In recent years, there is an addition to the already vibrant tourism […]

Sailing in the Florida Keys and the Caribbean

At the southern tip of Florida, a chain of islands 250 km long immersed in a turquoise sea. This is the Keys, bordered by the only living coral reef in the United States. The subtropical climate and the extraordinary beauty of the Atlantic have made this ecological destination of choice for sailors. No need to […]