BUCCAMENT, SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES – Tucked away against a rainforest backdrop between lush green mountains that meet a cobalt blue sea, Sandals® Resorts’ newestall-inclusive resort in Saint Vincent and The Grenadines, will mark the ninth Caribbean destination and 18th Sandals Resort for Sandals Resorts International (SRI) when it welcomes its first guests on March 27, 2024. Now open for reservations, the more than 50-acre sprawling resort unlocks an entirely new island experience that invites guests to bask in its unspoiled beauty with Two-Story Overwater Villas, meandering rivers, and other sensational “Sandals Firsts.”
St. George’s, Grenada – As the leaves turn to hues of amber and the air takes on a gentle chill, Grenada unveils its alluring charm that offers a tranquil haven amidst this upcoming seasonal transition. Grenada is offering various travel packages and specials travelers can take advantage of this fall and winter season.
MIAMI, FL - With its recent addition to the prestigious Blue Diamond Resorts portfolio, Royalton CHIC Antigua is set to debut and welcome guests to the leeward island, where the Atlantic meets the Caribbean, in early April 2024. Coaxing spirited travelers with a vibrant and social all-inclusive vacation experience, designed exclusively for adults, the beachfront resort is set on the northwest coast of Antigua and is now available for bookings.
St. George’s, Grenada W.I. – The Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) has announced the successful completion of a transformative two-day training initiative featuring renowned international restaurant owner and award-winning mixologist, Joji Watanabe. This groundbreaking program brought together 22 local bartenders and mixologists as well as ten T.A. Marryshow Community College (TAMCC) hospitality students for an immersive learning experience designed to elevate Grenada's hospitality industry.
CAYMAN ISLANDS – Addressing a group of local, regional and international media during a live press briefing in the Cayman Islands yesterday, Dona Regis-Prosper, Secretary-General and CEO of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) presented some of her initial plans for leading the intergovernmental body that serves as the tourism development agency for 25 Caribbean countries and territories.
- Unveiling the Molinière Underwater Sculpture Park Expansion: A Deep Dive into Art and Conservation
- Antigua Moving to Establish New Airline in Face of Pending Competition
- Travelers to Jamaica Will Need to Complete Immigration Form Online Starting September 1
- The Grenada Tourism Authority Prioritizes The Sister Isles