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Curacao is simply the perfect Caribbean destination for your child’s first beach vacation. Beyond the long sunny days and pristine beaches, you’ll also find natural wonders, family attractions, friendly, welcoming people and all within easy, quick access to many major cities along the east coast.

Best yet, Curacao, one of the ABC Dutch Caribbean islands which also includes Aruba and Bonaire, has plenty to offer adults and doesn’t feel like "Disney by the sea," at all.

This is where to stay, eat, drink and wander in this small slice of paradise.

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Turks and Caicos’ The Sands at Grace Bay resort has completed a $4.5 million upgrade project.

The extensive resort refresh includes the updating of guest rooms and enhancements to the resort’s common areas as well as updates to the property’s terrific on-site restaurant, Hemingway’s.

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If you and your partner are trying to plan an easy breezy honeymoon, the small, unpsoilt island of Nevis is a great choice — quite literally.

Nevis is the smaller of the two Caribbean islands that make up the nation of Saint Kitts and Nevis, and the birthplace of Alexander Hamilton. To escape the heat, you can head up to Montpelier Plantation & Beach, located 750 feet above the sparkling Caribbean Sea, in the hills of southern Nevis. While the rest of the island, and the Caribbean at large, can feel a bit muggy during the summer months, Montpelier is a breezy sanctuary year round, thanks to its ability to catch the island’s soothing tradewinds.

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It just got even easier to get to the Caribbean’s Spice Isle.

New York City-based carrier JetBlue has launched a flight expansion to Grenada for the summer season, highlighted by relaunched daily flight service to the island.

The expanded service, which launched last week, is operating every day from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport to Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport.

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