One of the Eastern Caribbean’s top music festivals is making a comeback. 

Dominica’s popular Jazz n’ Creole festival will return to the Cabrits National Park on May 1, 2022, following a two-year hiatus amid the pandemic. 

This will be the 11th edition of the festival, which will feature a number of notable names from the region, from Saint Lucia’s Teddyson John to the JSJ Trio from Guadeloupe. 

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Cape Air, the Massachusetts-based airline that has a strong presence in the Caribbean, is going electric. 

The company has signed a letter of intent to purchase 75 all-electric Alice commuter aircraft, meaning the longtime regional carrier will become the Caribbean’s first electric airline.

“Truly sustainable aviation not only reduces the impact of air travel on the environment but also makes business sense,” said Jessica Pruss, Vice President of Sales at Eviation. “We are proud to support Cape Air, a recognized leader in regional air travel, to chart a new path in delivering innovative solutions that benefit airline operators, passengers, communities and society.”

With the move, the company says it wants to “set up an unparalleled regional electric fleet, taking a pioneering step into the sustainable era of aviation.”

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Rideshare app Uber is expanding in the Dominican Republic’s tourism hub of Punta Cana, with plans to launch Uber Select as well, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

Uber has reached an agreement with Punta Cana’s taxi operators to register on the Uber platform and operate under the company’s Uber Select option. 

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For most travelers, it’s the number one destination-within-a-destination: the beach bar. 

As travel trends ebb and flow, it’s a constant, somehow managing to survive as the manifestation of our most romantic Caribbean travel fantasies. 

Because there’s just something about a cocktail at the edge of the sand. 

And these beach bars are the epitome of the art form, from shacks in the middle of the ocean to buzzy beach lounges to classic beach bars. 

With this list, we’ve tried to mix it up, featuring some true Caribbean institutions and a number of newer beach bars that should definitely be on your travel radar.

That includes another welcome new trend: the “gourmet” beach bar, where high-level cuisine marries with toes-in-the-sand cocktail culture, something that’s increasingly popular across the region.

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