A candlelit dinner on the cliffs of Negril. A beachy afternoon in Uvero Alto. A secluded picnic on a deserted island.

The Caribbean teems with romantic vacations — but what if you could combine a magical retreat with your loved one without ever having to reach for your wallet?

The increasingly diverse collection of all-inclusive vacations in the Caribbean means everything from traditional megaresorts to charming little tucked-away boutiques — and that means a romantic all-inclusive vacations aren’t just possible — they’re easier to plan than you think, specially in the Caribbean.

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The Caribbean Tourism Organisation has dubbed 2019 The Year of Festivals and rightly so.

From Guyana to Cuba, the Caribbean is chock full of festivals spanning everything from food to diving.

For the music lovers especially, the first half of the year will be an exciting one with a number of music festivals planned for all sorts of tastes. While soca and reggae are the main sounds of the Caribbean, the beauty of the region provides the perfect backdrop for all genres of music to be celebrated.

Click here to see some music festivals that will be putting the spotlight on the Caribbean in the first six months of 2019.

There’s always an analog. There’s always a place it reminds you of, a hotel just like one you’ve seen in another destination.

And then you come here — and you realize that there isn’t one.

It’s a bit of a journey to get to here — a nonstop flight to St Kitts, a drive along the rugged coastal road, a search for a sign and a trip up the foothills of a volcano.

But when you arrive here, it’s not just that the journey was worth it. It’s that the journey was to a different destination than you imagined.

This is Belle Mont Farm, and it’s a totally different hotel for the Caribbean.

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Airlines are adding seasonal nonstop flights that will help cut down on the travel time between the airport and the beach.

When planning a Caribbean vacation, you might begin by sifting through the latest list of top beaches or hot new hotels. But where you ultimately decide to go often comes down to one thing: how convenient is the flight?

This is not a secret to the airlines, which also realize that the more direct the route, the more likely they are to get passengers’ dollars.

Airlines continue to add routes to the islands from key U. S. cities. The number of nonstop flights between the United States and the Caribbean jumped 18 percent to 135,162 in 2018 from 114,150 five years ago, according to OAG Analytics, a global travel data company.

Click here to read the full article on The New York Times


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