The adults-only all-inclusive brand Couples Resorts has launched a new playlist focused on the romantic sounds of Jamaica. 

It’s called “Tunes for Two from Couples Resorts,” and it’s the latest musical launch by a Caribbean resort in a bid to connect with travelers stuck at home right now. 

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Why not start your week with a walk on the beach?

The latest Caribbean Moment is a virtual journey to the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba and its delightful Hadicurari Beach, commonly known as “Fisherman’s Huts.”

Fisherman’s Huts, set just up the road from the world-famous Palm Beach, is the rare beach with two personalities: the active and the calm.

A simple walk on the beach is a lovely dichotomy; there’s the soft push of powder on your toes, as kitesurfers fly around the surface of the water at speed.

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The US Virgin Islands Department of Festival’s popular launch of a virtual carnival series is expanding. 

After the successful debut of the “Home Wuk” virtual carnival series, the USVI is adding more “stay-at-home” opportunities celebrating Carnival Virgin Islands, according to Ian Turnbull, director of the US Virgin Islands Department of Festivals. 

With Carnival Virgin Islands on St Thomas postponed this year in light of the global pandemic, the USVI is continuing its “virtual” carnival, under the theme of “All Eyes on We for 2020.”

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You can travel all across the world and never find water like what you find in The Bahamas. 

There’s the Windex-hued stuff in the Exumas; the deep electric blues of Abaco; the classic turquoise of the beaches of Nassau. 

It’s something we’ve been think about a lot lately, and The Bahamas has launched a new mini digital vacation for all of us who are dreaming about the region these days. 

It’s called “From The Bahamas With Love,” and it has two co-stars: the immense natural beauty of the Bahamas, and music legend Lenny Kravitz, whose mother was of Bahamian descent and for whom The Bahamas has always been a significant part of his life (he has a home base in Eleuthera, too).  

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Delta Air Lines has drastically reduced its Caribbean network in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but it has maintained service to two Caribbean destinations: San Juan, Puerto Rico and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. 

That means Delta Air Lines is currently operating just two routes to the Caribbean right now: daily flights between Atlanta and San Juan, Puerto Rico; and daily flights between New York-John F. Kennedy International Airport and Santo Domingo. 

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