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As the Coronavirus COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the world, the Caribbean is taking aggressive action.
For the first time in maritime history, an all-female bridge and onboard leadership team aboard Celebrity Edge set sail to commemorate International Women’s Day.
Beaches across several parts of the Caribbean, Mexico, and Florida are waging war against sargassum, an unsightly and unpleasantly fragrant seaweed that wreaked havoc in 2018 and again this year.
Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts announces new strategy to promote Samaná as an internationally recognized ecological destination.
AC Hotel Kingston, Jamaica, brings a forward-thinking design approach and new meeting space to the island.
Hyperlocal experiences—ecotourism to the islands’ music and cuisine—add flavor to meetings and incentives in the USVI.
Groups meeting at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman should be ready for team building experiences that are downright indulgent.
Four exhilarating group activities that will take your team off-the-beaten-path and beyond their comfort zone in Puerto Rico.
The 10th anniversary of the Sandals Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Sandals Resorts International, doubles down on protecting Caribbean ecosystems.
Navigator of the Seas sets sail from Miami on Caribbean itineraries following an extensive $115 million renovation.
The fragrant scents wafting through the air on the island of Martinique aren’t the only aromas that will draw groups to its rugged shores.
The British Virgin Islands are making a comeback after losing more than 90 percent of their accommodations and attractions to Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
Groups visiting Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean this fall may be in for a new kind of natural disaster: Sargassum seaweed.
Meeting planners looking for more adults-only options in the Dominican Republic will appreciate that the Melia Caribe Tropical is undergoing a transformation that caters to just that.