ORANJESTAD – For the first, TripAdvisor gave Eagle Beach Aruba the top prize for the best beach in the Caribbean. For many years the government’s focus is on the recovery and attention to our natural and historical heritage.

TripAdvisor awards the 2023 Travelers Choice Best of the Best Award based on the reviews of its website visitors. Eagle Beach ranked number 1 in the top 25 best beaches in the Caribbean and number 2 in the top 25 in the world. They also listed two of our beaches in the top 25 in the Caribbean. Baby Beach ranks number 19, and Arashi Beach at 23.

The striking new sign, located at the entrance of the Welcome Centre, welcomes visitors to Grenada with a bold and colourful display of the island’s name in large letters. The sign is a true reflection of the beauty and culture of Grenada. The letters were crafted to feature intricate depictions of the island, to deliver a compelling peek at what can be experienced in Grenada.

“We are thrilled to unveil this beautiful new sign at the Melville Street Cruise Ship Terminal,” said the CEO of the GTA, Petra Roach. “It is a true representation of what Grenada has to offer, and it serves as a warm welcome to all who visit our island.”

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When it comes to beaches in the Cayman Islands, you are hard-pressed to choose which one to set down your blanket and chair on… With scenery and conditions changing as you travel around the islands, there’s something for every beach bum on Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. Here are some spots you should check out.

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Tourism in the Caribbean rebounded in 2022 after the pandemic with historical figures on the Mexican beaches of Cancun, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico.

The Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic registered 7.1 million tourists by air and 1.3 million by cruise, which exceeded the pre-pandemic level and reached record numbers in 2022, the year in which the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) recognized it for its “exemplary” tourist recovery.

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The Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee festival takes place in the hills of the world renowned Blue Mountains on the historic Newcastle Parade Grounds. It is a one of a kind experience that celebrates COFFEE, CULTURE and COMMUNITY and showcases a range of coffee purveyors, local manufacturers, artisans, food tastings, cooking demonstrations, live entertainment, baristas and mixologists and more!

Organized by the Tourism Linkages Network, a department of the Tourism Enhancement Fund, the festival is designed as Jamaica’s flagship coffee experience, demonstrating our rich tradition of coffee production while showcasing Blue Mountain Coffee, and the diversity of coffee through coffee-related products and experiences.

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