Bermuda’s traditional tourism stronghold has always been the Northeastern United States. That’s not exactly a surprise; it’s a very short flight from important markets like New York and Boston, and travelers in those cities have for decades been a major source of tourism. 

But in the last few years, Bermuda’s travel footprint has been expanding, a push that got a major lift with last year’s debut of the new boutique airline Bermudair, which has begun connecting Bermuda to a number of cities that haven’t typically been areas of focus. 

The new boutique airline serving Bermuda just launched a pair of new nonstop routes to the Atlantic island, in a big boost for the destination’s connectivity. 

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Ian Fleming began writing the book that would become Casino Royale at his seaside villa in the town of Oracabessa, Jamaica in February 1952. 

It was here on the outskirts of Ocho Rios that Fleming would forge the story of the British spy that would forever change the world of literature and cinema. 

This week, 71 years after he began typing at his desk (which still exists at what is now Chris Blackwell’s Goldeneye resort), American Airlines officially began scheduled flights to the airport that now bears Fleming’s name. 

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First there was the breakout after restrictions were lifted. Then there was all that pent-up travel demand. Through each phase of the post-pandemic period, travelers have continued flocking to the Caribbean. 

It’s the sign of a resilient global destination, and the Caribbean continues to captivate.

In other words, they just keep coming, according to a new report from the Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization. Travel to the Caribbean is just plain surging, with tourism arrivals in the region climbing 14.3 percent last year, according to the CTO. 

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There’s something about Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman. If you’ve been there, you know. The sand is just softer. The water is clearer. And warmer. It’s just a magical beach. 

It’s the crown jewel of Grand Cayman, and remains one of the most celebrated stretches of sand anywhere in the Caribbean. In a few months, Seven Mile Beach will soon be home to a brand-new hotel. 

In May, Grand Cayman will welcome a brand-new hotel from InterContinental Hotels Group, with the debut of the new Hotel Indigo on Seven Mile Beach. 

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