Even amid the pandemic, the Dominican Republic’s tourism industry just posted its best-ever December. 

The news was revealed by Dominican Republic Tourism Minister David Collado in an end-of-year briefing. 

A total of 728,335 visitors came to the Dominican Republic last month, the a higher total even than the previous record in 2018, when about 650,000 tourists arrived in the country. 

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Grenada’s premier sailing event is making its triumphant return later this month, Caribbean Journal has confirmed. 

Grenada Sailing Week is set for Jan. 27-30 at the island’s Petite Calivigny Yacht Club. 

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Luxury. It’s one of the most overused words in the travel industry; but that’s also because it’s just so hard to define. What makes luxury? Is it design? Is it food and beverage? Is it the natural environment? Is it service? 

The answer is, of course, that it’s all of those things, and more. But when it comes to deciding which resorts do luxury best, well, to paraphrase Justice Potter Stewart, you know it when you see it. 

Ultimately, luxury is about the way a resort engages with you, with your personality, with your tastes. It’s about the way a resort makes you feel.

Compiling our annual list of the best luxury resorts in the Caribbean is one our editorial team’s most difficult feats of each year — with so many great luxury properties around the Caribbean, choosing just 10 is a tall order. 

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