The highly anticipated annual Spicemas festivities has tourism officials excited about the upcoming season. Grenada is in a state of readiness for the cultural explosion that attracts visitors and returning nationals from all over the world, transforming the destination into a vibrant extravaganza.

Last year’s carnival event marked a significant milestone as it was the first Spicemas celebration after a two-year hiatus. It was so well attended that the anticipation of this year’s celebration started early with a Spicemas launch event in Brooklyn, New York in May, where attendees were treated to an authentic cultural experience, including traditional aspects associated with carnival through the collaborative effort of the Grenada Tourism Authority and the Spicemas Corporation.

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Named one of the best islands in the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas by Travel + Leisure readers in 2022, Bermuda is a true island paradise. This British territory is famous for its pink-sand beaches and laid-back island vibe. A popular spot for tourists but fiercely protective of its strong sense of identity, Bermuda's vibe is upscale, artsy, and naturally wild.

T+L editors named the island as one of the best places to visit in 2023 due to its new $400-million airport terminal, hotel openings and renovations (see The St. Regis Bermuda Resort and Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa), and new airline routes to the island, including a direct flight from LaGuardia Airport in Queens. Make plans to come at the beginning of the year, when the island's film festival and restaurant weeks take place. Or, visit during the summer to enjoy the dancing and music of Bermuda's Carnival.

Despite its popularity with visitors, Bermuda is hardly touristy: tacky souvenir shops are few, and commercialized clutter like fast-food chains are banned (save for one pre-existing KFC that was grandfathered in). This North Atlantic island is about 900 miles north of the Caribbean islands and boasts glorious weather all year long.

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Each island in the Caribbean has its own personality and allure, but Saint Lucia is in a class of its own, as I discovered during the island discovery portion of the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority's North American Showcase held 06JUL to 10JUL.

The island, which is just 1/20th the size of PEI, is known for its range of upscale boutique properties as well as a delicious array of villas and all-inclusives.  It’s famed for its natural beauty and surprising array of activities and attractions, from a drive-in volcano to rainforest hiking and the legendary “jump up” weekly street party.

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May was a record-setting month for the Dominican Republic. With over 600,000 visitors flocking to this Caribbean paradise last month alone, those who haven’t been might wonder, “what is so attractive about this place?“.

Despite back-and-forth travel warnings from both the United States and Canada, westerners continue to flock here for their dream vacation.

The Dominican Republic has become one of the most popular getaways for a variety of reasons that leaves travelers coming back for more.

Tourism records continue to be broken, and there is no sign of slowing down any time soon.

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