The Caribbean is one of the top tourist destinations, with several best low-key islands for a peaceful vacation. St. Croix is the largest of the US Virgin Islands and home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Its coast has Instagram-worthy lush palm trees and miles of powdery white sands. Exploring St.Croix Beaches is one of the best things to do in the US Virgin Islands. As home to some of the best Virgin Islands resorts, travelers never run out of choices when looking for befitting places. Beach lovers should look no further than these ten best beaches in St.Croix for a blissful experience.

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One of the Caribbean’s biggest post-pandemic success stories has reported another strong month of tourism, according to new data obtained by Caribbean Journal. 

The Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao reported 43,352 stopover tourist arrivals in May, a 21.6 percent increase compared to May of 2022, according to the Curacao Hotel and Tourism Association. 

That 21.6 percent rate was among the highest of any destination in the Caribbean last month, continuing a strong tourism trend in Curacao that began with the entry of Sandals Royal Curacao to the market last summer. 

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Turks and Caicos-based Caribbean airline InterCaribbean Airways is expanding its fleet, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The carrier, which has been rapidly expanding its flight network across the northern and southern Caribbean, has closed on the acquisition of an additional seven ATR-42 aircraft. 

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As visitors continue to flock to Nassau Paradise Island, the twin-island destination is readying for an unforgettable July as The Bahamas celebrates its 50th Anniversary of Independence. 

Many of the island’s top resorts are ramping up activity for the celebrations, which will be held around The Bahamas beginning on the first of July. 

That includes The Bahamas’ famous Atlantis Paradise Island resort, which will be lighting up the night sky to honor the 50th Anniversary with a world class fireworks display on July 10, illuminating the “island’s vibrant colors, turquoise waters, pink buildings, and joy of the people.”

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My love for the Caribbean is no secret: I travel at least four times a year to the region to dig my feet in its golden sands, wine to the rhythm of soca music during Carnival season, and find solace between blanketed green rain forests or a streetside rum bar with no name.

In April, I made my first visit to the U.S. Virgin Islands—which include the main islands of St. John, St. Thomas, and St. Croix and 50 other surrounding minor islands and cays. For years, I had been a bit hesitant to go, worried that its association with America would introduce many of the all too familiar comforts of home. Fortunately, I was wrong, and my weeklong adventure to the islands of St. Thomas and St. John felt just as Caribbean as any other islands I’ve visited—from the sound of its music to the pride of its people. Here’s how I spent my time on both land and sea.

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