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    Your Guide to Safe Caribbean Travel During Storm Season

    by Staff Writer

    Traveling to the Caribbean during the Atlantic Storm Season, June 1 through November 30, can be challenging due to increased likelihood of storms and hurricanes. Peak storm season however, which runs from August through September, also happens to be the busiest off-peak travel months for US tourists as most seek to take advantage of those final weeks of summer with last minute deals, back-to-school specials and pre-winter sales. The tips, links and resources below will help you plan fail-proof late summer and early fall Caribbean excursions with confidence!

    Storm Risk: Not All Islands Created Equal

    Though the chances of inclement weather are increased during storm season, the Caribbean consists of over 25 main island countries, many with smaller territories surrounding the main land, and a host of beautiful travel destinations which are less likely to be affected by typical weather patterns.

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    Five Spots to Find Fantastic Food In Speightstown, Barbados

    by Esther Lee Leach

    Located on the northwest coast of Barbados, Speightstown is a charming place with delicious Caribbean food sold in local restaurants and beach bars. Here are five of the best spots to satisfy your craving for fried fish, curry or sweet bread. 1. Fisherman’s Pub: If you’re looking for some authentic Bajan food, the Fisherman’s Pub should be your first stop. Mouthwatering fried fish, fish cakes, macaroni pie and plantains are just some of the menu items…
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    The 5 Best Hiking Trails in the Caribbean

    by Staff Writer

      The diversified landscape of the Caribbean islands gives travelers the opportunity to partake in all sorts of adventures. If you have had your fair share of time soaking up the sun on the white sand beaches, why not head to the mountains? SomeoftheCaribbean’s best kept secrets areitsuntouchedrainforests and hiking trails, perfect for those who seek the rewarding mix of exertion and relaxation. 1. Gros Piton, Saint Lucia: The looming twin peaks in Saint Lucia are pretty hard…
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    After Hurricane Dorian: Aiding our Friends in the Bahamas

    by Staff Writer

    One week after Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas, relief efforts are still underway as nearly 70,000 people are in need of food and shelter. As of today, the death toll is up to 45 and expected to rise as officials continue to comb through miles of debris, mostly on Abaco and Grand Bahama -- the two worst affected islands -- in search of the hundreds still reported missing.  As…
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    Experience Barbados From Coast To Coast

    by Desiree Lowe

      One of the first things I usually think about when planning a trip to any destination, is where I will stay. Sometimes you want to be in the midst of all the action and other times you want to stay off the beaten track. When planning a trip to Barbados, you may find yourself faced with this dilemma. Even though it is a relatively small island, each coast offers you a different experience. Depending on what you want out of your Barbados holiday, you may choose to stay in one area over…
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    Essential Caribbean Travel Items

    by Lisa Banks

        I have heard people say, “All I took on my trip to the Caribbean was a toothbrush and bathing suit." While there are those who can do just that, I am not one of them. I know that I can not be the only one who finds this impossible, so I decided to put together a must-have items list for travel to the Caribbean. When packing, you want all of your needs covered, but you do not want to get stuck lugging a two-ton suitcase around with you either. With the burden of baggage…
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    The History, Culture and Geography of the Bahamas

    by Lisa Banks

        The Bahamas is a country consisting of more than 3,000 islands, cays and islets in the Atlantic Ocean. Bahamas is located north of Cuba and Hispaniola (the Dominican Republic and Haiti), to the northwest of Turks and Caicos, the southeast of the US state of Florida, and the east of the Florida Keys. Its capital, located on the island of New Providence, is Nassau. The Bahamas territory encompasses 180,000 square miles of ocean space from the Cay Sal Bank and Cay…
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    Caribbean Rum Punch Recipe

    by Desiree Lowe

    It’s pretty impossible to visit the Caribbean and not encounter some form of Rum Punch. It’s a classic Caribbean cocktail that celebrates our rich history as being the birthplace of rum. Many hotels will offer this cocktail as a welcome drink on arrival, and even various excursions will have their own secret recipe that they will offer you as refreshment while you tour the island. The ingredients may vary slightly from island to island, but if you follow the recipe below, you’ll…
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    Traveler's Checklist: Travel Smart. Travel Safe. Travel Well.

    by Staff Writer

    Before traveling abroad, make sure to:  - GET INFORMED about your destination at Travel Destination Information, and plan for the unexpected at Travel Crisis Alerts.  - GET REQUIRED DOCUMENTS, such as your passport and visas.  - GET ENROLLED in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) at step.state.gov to receive security and emergency alerts.  - GET INSURED for medical, evacuation, and other unexpected expenses. Before traveling, look up your destination at travel.state.gov/destination…
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    How to Apply for the U.S. Global Entry Program (Part 3)

    by Staff Writer

    U.S. citizens, U.S. lawful permanent residents and citizens of certain countries are eligible for Global Entry. We've added a link at the bottom of this post that you can use to check your eligibility for the program. Before you apply, make sure you are eligible for Global Entry. It’s easy. Just follow these steps: 1. Create a Trusted Traveler Programs (TTP) account. Regardless of your age, you must have your own TTP account. 2. Log in to your TTP account and complete the application.…
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    Are You Eligible for Global Entry? (Part 2)

    by Staff Writer

    U.S. citizens, U.S. lawful permanent residents and citizens of the following countries are eligible for Global Entry membership:  o Citizens of Argentina  o Citizens of India  o Citizens of Colombia  o Citizens of United Kingdom  o Citizens of Germany  o Citizens of Panama  o Citizens of Singapore  o Citizens of South Korea  o Citizens of Switzerland  o Citizens of Taiwan  o Mexican nationals Note: There may be additional requirements you must…
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