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There’s a new craft cocktail bar in the heart of The Bahamas’ most popular destination. 

It’s called Bon Vivants Cafe and Bar, and the new bar is set in Nassau’s Sandyport neighborhood. 

The bar, with a decor featuring oversized rattan chairs, lush wallpaper and a vintage cocktail glass collection, hosts a weekly jazz night on Wednesdays. 

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One of the Caribbean’s hottest music festivals is back again for its 24th edition this summer. 

The St Kitts Music Festival will run June 24-28, 2020, with a slate of music stars led by Jamaican music legend Jimmy Cliff. 

St. Kitts Music Festival has announced the first wave of artists who have signed on to perform at the 24th annual festival, which will take place June 24-28, 2020.

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In a major step in Abaco’s tourism recovery, the first two resorts have reopened in Great Abaco in The Bahamas, the first to do so since Hurricane Dorian. 

That includes the Abaco Club on Winding Bay, one of the leading resort developments in Abaco.

The Abaco Club on Winding Bay, one of the premier hotels in The Bahamas and one of the leading golf resorts in the Caribbean, was the first resort to reopen in the Abaco chain since the devastating storm. 

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A new all-inclusive brand is coming to the Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao later this month.

Fast-expanding Apple Leisure Group’s AMResorts subsidiary is set to open its new Dreams Curaçao Resort, Spa and Casino on Dec. 15, according to the company. 

The new resort is the product of a renovation and rebranding of the former Hilton Curaçao resort. 

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Jamaica is getting a wave of new airlift for the upcoming winter tourist season, officials told Caribbean Journal. 

The destination has secured almost 80,000 new air seats for the period, in order to meet what officials called “increased demand from travelers.”

The vast majority of those seats are coming from the northeastern United States, with more than 64,000 additional seats, largely out of New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia. 

That includes United Airlines’ increased frequency from Newark to Montego Bay, along with American Airlines’ increase in service to Montego Bay from Philadelphia, among others.

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