In Cayman, Christmas is always done up big – and bright. From elaborate lighting displays and spectacular fireworks to homes draped in dazzling decorations, the holiday season sparkles on-island.

Commercial properties get into the holiday spirit with shopping centres, office buildings and resorts on Seven Mile Beach aglow with festive lighting and themed displays. From the magical setting at Camana Bay to the stunning lights and animated displays at the Crighton family home in Red Bay, it’s worth taking time out to admire these holiday attractions.

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Tucked-away bungalows on a minuscule island in Cayman. A secret oasis in St Barth. An eco-retreat on a perfect stretch of white sand. These are the tiny beach resorts we all dream about during months of endless blizzards.  

So what do we mean by tiny beach resort? The formula is simple. The hotel has to be small, and no, we don’t mean “boutique” in the way some 100-room hotels now describe themselves. We mean tiny — think 20 rooms, or 10 rooms or 7 rooms. And the hotel has to be right on the beach — not a long stroll away, or set on a big cliff up the hill. Right on the beach. The rest is open to interpretation, because when you’re dealing with properties like these, no two are ever the same. 

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JetBlue is adding new nonstop flights to Bermuda this spring, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The New York City-based carrier will be running daily nonstop service between New York’s LaGuardia Airport and Bermuda, with flights kicking off in March 2023.

Flights will go on sale in January 2023, according to the company. That is six weeks earlier than had been anticipated, according to officials at the Bermuda Tourism Authority. 

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There’s a new international airport terminal in the Out Islands of The Bahamas. 

Great Harbour Cay, the beach-filled getaway in the heart of the Berry Islands chain of The Bahamas, has officially opened its new international airport.

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ermuda’s tourism arrival numbers are beginning to climb back, according to numbers released by the Bermuda Tourism Authority. 

For the year to date, the island has reported just under 80,000 visitors, representing a 76.1 percent increase over the same period in 2021.

In the third quarter, Bermuda’s air arrivals are down by 44 percent compared to 2019, a sign of just how far the island has to go in its tourism recovery. 

Indeed, Bermuda is lagging its neighbors further south in the Atlantic, where the Caribbean region has largely recovered its tourism numbers from 2019 — with many destinations eclipsing those totals. 

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