The Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee festival takes place in the hills of the world renowned Blue Mountains on the historic Newcastle Parade Grounds. It is a one of a kind experience that celebrates COFFEE, CULTURE and COMMUNITY and showcases a range of coffee purveyors, local manufacturers, artisans, food tastings, cooking demonstrations, live entertainment, baristas and mixologists and more!

Organized by the Tourism Linkages Network, a department of the Tourism Enhancement Fund, the festival is designed as Jamaica’s flagship coffee experience, demonstrating our rich tradition of coffee production while showcasing Blue Mountain Coffee, and the diversity of coffee through coffee-related products and experiences.

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When you think of Curaçao, images of impeccable beaches, luxurious hotels and fantastic shopping opportunities are first to come to mind.

But Curaçao has a lot more than that to offer, particularly in the early quarter of the year when the island’s culture comes on show for the annual Carnival.

Carnivals in Trinidad and Tobago and Brazil, which take place around the same time, often overshadow festivities in Curaçao. But local artisans have found a way to distinguish themselves from these events.

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Valentine’s day is already here and if you want to surprise your Valentine with a refreshing and soul-stirring multi-day trip, no other place can be a better choice for you other than the Caribbean because this beautiful land on the earth is the epitome of beauty and glory of nature. Today, let us tell you the best places to celebrate Valentine’s Day in the Caribbean.

From sparkling beaches to luxurious resorts and the captivating charm of nature to man-made wonders, the Caribbean is full of umpteen numbers of places for lovebirds and will definitely add fire to your intense love story. In fact, it has so many places for lovers that you would wonder where you should start from.

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Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier Swoop has restarted another route to Jamaica for the winter season, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The airline has officially resumed its weekly nonstop service between Hamilton, Ontario and Montego Bay, Jamaica. 

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With all proper deference to Capt. Jack Sparrow and the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, there’s a far richer (and bloodier) vein of real pirate history and lore running through the islands of the Caribbean. And while some of it has literally sunk into the sea, there’s still plenty of opportunity for swashbuckling travelers to walk in the boots of some of the Caribbean’s most infamous buccaneers.

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