Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Caribbean blogs

Fresh lobster in Negril, 10 secret hotels in the Caribbean, off the beaten path islands you should visit and some kick but pirate shirts! These are some of the topics of this week's Caribbean Wrap Up! Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up 10 Secret Caribbean Hotels: Some Caribbean hotels get all the love, making headlines for their swanky suites, spectacular views and over-the-top amenities. But island … [Read more...]

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Caribbean wrap up

Looking to pack up the family and plunder Puerto Rico? Want to see the itinerary for this year's Castaway Beach Bash? Want ten reasons to go to Anguilla...as if you need even one right! All this and more in this week's addition of the Caribbean Wrap Up! Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up Top 10 Family-Friendly Adventures in Puerto Rico: Whisking the family off on a fantastical Puerto Rican vacation? … [Read more...]

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Caribbean Wrap Up

This week's Caribbean Wrap Up bounces all over, from Anguilla to Bonaire, and St. Maarten to the Bahamas, it's an island hopping adventure in html. Not as good as the real thing I know, but just enough to inspire a day dream or two. Cheers! Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up Anguilla: Snorkeling Secluded Little Bay: Little Bay offers a secluded, gorgeous beach full of amazing sand with stunning … [Read more...]

Shoal Bay, Anguilla – Island Lime Video

Shoal Bay Anguilla

Beaches, like people, have personalities. Shoal Bay beach on the island of Anguilla has a sparkling personality, one I fell in love with as soon as my eyes took in its beauty. Anguilla was the first island we sailed to during a trip on the Sagitta of Island Windjammers. We arrived in Sandy Ground for sunset and marveled at a few of the stunning yachts that floated nearby. We passengers were … [Read more...]

Setting Sail With Sagitta and Island Windjammers

Sagitta Island WindJammers

There's nothing like cruising the Caribbean. I'm not talking about cruising on one of those gargantuan mega-liners that shuttle thousands of people into popular ports-of-call, I'm talking about something more intimate. The experience should be more about the rhythms of sea and the push of wind, it should be more about the relationships with passengers and crew, it should be more about really … [Read more...]

Sam’s Pyrat Rum Punch from CuisinArt Golf Resort on Anguilla

Sam's Pyrat Rum Punch CuisinArt Anguilla

After one sip, you'll be floating in the blue water of Rendezvous Bay. I've had rum drinks out of coconuts, flaming glasses, tiki heads, and glass boots--never have I had the pleasure of sipping a fruitiful concoction out of a pineapple. I think a trip to Anguilla is in order so I can check this off the list. What, I could drink rum out of a pineapple at home cheaper than a plane ticket to … [Read more...]

The Islands of Sagitta

Island Windjammers Sagitta

They are known as the "Island Girls," that's what the two ships of Island Windjammers are nicknamed. They cruise the Caribbean blue taking guests to islands many cruise liners can't get to. But it's not just the exotic ports-of-call that makes sailing these Island Girls special, it's the entire package. It's the food, it's the intimacy with fellow passengers and crew, it's swizzle hour, and it's … [Read more...]

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Caribbean news

This week's Caribbean Wrap Up features great stories that will help you plan your New Year's Eve, shop for the perfect rum, and find a great beach bar on Anguilla. The most interesting story deals with the happenings on the small Bahamian island of Bimini though. Resorts World Bimini is having problems with the funding of their cruise ship that runs from Miami to Bimini. Many local Biminites … [Read more...]

Moonsplash Reggae Festival 2013, Set To Heat Up Anguilla

moonsplash

Moonsplash, one of the biggest Reggae Festivals in the Caribbean takes place each year under the first full moon in February on the island of Anguilla. The festival kicks off  Thursday February 21 with a day of fun on the beach. The official Moonsplash launch party happens later that evening at 8:30 p.m. Daytime activities continue throughout the three day period, while the nights belong to the … [Read more...]

AXA Brewing Company, Bringing Beer to Anguilla

AXA Brewing Company Anguilla

When traveling to the Caribbean there's nothing better than growing roots at a beach bar and tossing back a few bottles of the local island beer. Soon you'll be able to do that on the island of Anguilla. AXA Brewing Company is setting up shop and is poised to bring Anguilla its first and only local beer. AXA Brewing will feature three different beers to start off with; the AXA Blue (Pilsner), … [Read more...]

Picture Anguilla! Anguilla-Beaches.com Wants Your Photos!

Anguilla Beaches

Have you been to Anguilla? Did you take a bazillion photos? Chances are you have a few "WOW! Did I take that?" photos. You can now turn those photos into a another trip to Anguilla! Anguilla-Beaches.com is holding a photo contest and the grand prize is a $3,000 Week in Anguilla! Unreal! I'm banging my head on the desk right now because I've never been to this island beauty, hence no photos to … [Read more...]