With travelers continuing to flock to Turks and Caicos’ beach resorts and luxury villas, it’s not a shock to see airlines responding to the demand. 

That includes a major expansion to Turks and Caicos by Delta Air Lines, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

Beginning in December, Delta is adding a new nonstop flight between Detroit and Providenciales, Turks and Caicos, with flights launching on Dec. 21. The new Detroit flight, the only one between Detroit and Turks and Caicos, will start up on Dec. 21, a spokesperson for Delta told Caribbean Journal. 

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That impossibly-clear water on Seven Mile Beach. The buzzing dining scene. The endless activity in Camana Bay. The world-class diving. 

If you’ve been to the Cayman Islands, you know the feeling, and the richness of one of the Caribbean’s most diverse destinations. 

And if you haven’t been, well, it’s about to get a lot easier to get there. 

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“We have Myers’s.”

If you were a rum enthusiast a few decades ago, you’d know this common refrain. 

You’d walk into a decent-looking bar in the United States, scour the back shelf, ask for an aged rum, and get that reply. 

For a long time, Myers’s was the loneliest rum, a nomad on American bar shelves, a solitary ambassador for Caribbean rum in a sugarcane desert. 

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Some of the best golf courses in the world. A superyacht marina. The Caribbean’s hottest new wellness destination. A new luxury boutique resort. 

This is Casa de Campo, the crown jewel of La Romana in the Dominican Republic, and now the country’s premier resort will be easier to access than ever. 

American Airlines has announced plans to launch a new nonstop route that will fly directly to La Romana in the Dominican Republic, the airport that’s right on the 7,000-acre Casa de Campo property. 

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The colorful streets of Willemstad; the floating bridge; the all-day party at Mambo Beach; the endless possibilities at Jan Thiel. Curacao has always been one of the most diverse places to visit in the region. Now, travelers have finally started to realize it — particularly Americans. 

Travel to the Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao is, in short, booming right now, with visitors continuing to flock. 

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