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Here Are Some Of The Most Unique Hotels In The Caribbean

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Some travelers are content with basic accommodations while others splurge on a five-star resort. Then there are those who seek something with a certain je ne sais quoi. These hotels and resorts in the Caribbean have a unique personality. El Convento – Puerto Rico To visit Old San Juan is to take a step back… Continue reading Here Are Some Of The Most Unique Hotels In The Caribbean

These Peaks In The Caribbean Are Ideal For Outdoorsy Types

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Most go to the Caribbean for sea, sand, and cocktails. Adventure seekers tend to crave something spicier, like swimming with sharks or mountain climbing. If the latter sounds like your idea of fun, check out these peaks in Jamaica, St. Lucia, Haiti, Dominica, and Barbados. Blue Mountain – Jamaica It’s best to start your excursion… Continue reading These Peaks In The Caribbean Are Ideal For Outdoorsy Types

These 5 Accommodations Put You In Direct Contact With Nature’s Wonder And Beauty

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For some travelers, proximity to nature isn’t enough. They want to immerse themselves in the fullest sense, which explains why they book accommodations in the middle of the action. You’ll find hotels, resorts, and Airbnbs which cater to this kind of traveler all over the world. From the Americas to Australia, you can reserve accommodations… Continue reading These 5 Accommodations Put You In Direct Contact With Nature’s Wonder And Beauty

The “Nature Island” of Dominica Has an Eco-Friendly Luxury Resort

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Looking to spend some time on an island that isn’t so polished? Head to Dominica, and you’ll quickly see why it’s called The Nature Island. As for a place to stay? Consider booking a room at Coulibri Ridge, which specializes in sustainable luxury. As climate change becomes more of an issue, many people are trying… Continue reading The “Nature Island” of Dominica Has an Eco-Friendly Luxury Resort

Beautiful Bodies of Water From Around The World

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Nature has a way of providing the perfect backdrop for social media posts, especially Instagram. There are so many beautiful pools around the world that are worth checking out, and we’re featuring just a fraction of them here. For clarity, “pools” doesn’t refer to chlorinated water in this case. We’re focusing on waterfalls, boiling lakes,… Continue reading Beautiful Bodies of Water From Around The World

The Republic Of Jamaica? It Could Become A Reality by 2025

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Jamaica has toyed with the idea of becoming a republic for years; and it’s on track to do that by 2025. The British monarchy is holding on by a thread across the Commonwealth, and that thread is the Queen herself. When she dies, it may trigger a domino effect, prompting more nations to sever ties… Continue reading The Republic Of Jamaica? It Could Become A Reality by 2025

The History Of The West Indian Day Parade, Returning To Brooklyn This Summer

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Much to the excitement of many locals and tourists, the summer parades in New York City will resume. One of the most vibrant is the West Indian Day Parade (or the Labor Day Parade), a celebration of Caribbean heritage. Vendors selling all kinds of goods flank Brooklyn‘s Eastern Parkway, and the smell of Caribbean delicacies… Continue reading The History Of The West Indian Day Parade, Returning To Brooklyn This Summer

Explore Dominica’s Natural Wonders With Black-Owned Ecoinnvites

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Bradley Byam is the proprietor of Ecoinnvites, a two-year-old travel company in the picturesque Caribbean island of Dominica. A tourism professional that has worked in the Dominica tourism industry for more than a decade, Bradley started out as a tour guide facilitating adventure excursions. Today, in addition to running his company, Bradley holds the position… Continue reading Explore Dominica’s Natural Wonders With Black-Owned Ecoinnvites

Dominica: The Tiny Island Offering Plenty Of Adventure For The Outdoorsy Traveler

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Once you tell somebody you’re going on an adventure in Dominica, they’ll give you a puzzled look and ask if you mean the Dominican Republic. Google will likely do the same. But no, you’re on your way to Dominica, a great destination for adventure-seekers, and possibly one of the most slept on islands in the… Continue reading Dominica: The Tiny Island Offering Plenty Of Adventure For The Outdoorsy Traveler

Dominica’s Fight To Save The Creole Language, Kwéyòl

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The country of Dominica, a tiny island in the eastern Caribbean, is trying to preserve their unique version of the Creole language, according to the Washington Post. Known in Dominica as Kwéyòl, it is one of many variants of Creole spoken on more than a dozen islands in the Caribbean. These languages were formed when… Continue reading Dominica’s Fight To Save The Creole Language, Kwéyòl

How Dominica’s Native Kalinago People Preserve Their Culture

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Dominica is the Nature Isle of the Caribbean, known for its mountainous terrain, gorgeously lush vegetation, and natural hot springs. The island is also the home of the Kalinagos, an indigenous people of the Lesser Antilles originally known as the Caribs. They live in the northeast of Dominica and are the descendants of the original… Continue reading How Dominica’s Native Kalinago People Preserve Their Culture

Dominica Is Now Open For Tourism, Here’s What You Need To Know

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Americans now have another destination to put on the list of places we’re allowed to travel. Dominica is officially open again for tourism.  Nicknamed the “Nature Island,” Dominica reopened to international tourists on August 7th and requires travelers to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 3 days of arriving on the island.  In… Continue reading Dominica Is Now Open For Tourism, Here’s What You Need To Know

Pack Your Bags, Here Are 20 Countries Americans Are Able To Travel To Right Now

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It seems like things may be looking up, finally. Last week, the U.S. State Department lifted it’s ‘Do Not Travel’ Level 4 advisory on international travel. This announcement has made Americans more eager to travel but that still doesn’t mean other countries are ready to open their borders as we remain one of the hardest-hit… Continue reading Pack Your Bags, Here Are 20 Countries Americans Are Able To Travel To Right Now

Caribbean Countries Are Selling Citizenship To Americans Who Want To Avoid Travel Restrictions

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Some Americans cannot bear the thought of not traveling and have found a way around other countries’ bans on U.S. travelers. The Caribbean islands of Saint Kitts and Nevis are currently offering a package to four-person families for $150,000 which will include a passport and citizenship in exchange for “a real estate purchase of $200,000… Continue reading Caribbean Countries Are Selling Citizenship To Americans Who Want To Avoid Travel Restrictions

Experience The Caribbean Like Never Before With These 20 Activities

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The Caribbean is a hot spot for travelers because of its beautiful weather, chill vibes, and delicious food. Although the Caribbean Sea is made up of 7,000 islands, there are only a few frequented by tourists.  Visiting all of the Caribbean islands is a challenge in itself, but you can achieve visiting lesser-known areas while… Continue reading Experience The Caribbean Like Never Before With These 20 Activities

 
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