Serious divers have long flocked to Curacao. Whether you’re looking for a challenging wall dive or a shallow snorkeling spot, you’ll find it here. Beaches, of course, are another big draw. With sugar-fine sand and calm waters, they’re perfect for kids. And make sure to explore Willemstad, Curacao’s capital city. Its charming pastel buildings and equally colorful history earned it recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage City.
Cayman Islands-based Food Network chef Dylan Benoit celebrates the region’s favourite spirit, and offers a sinful rum-infused recipe Source
Like Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica celebrates its 60th anniversary of independence in August and, as James Ferguson reports, is among the countries in the region likely soon to become a republic Source
This month’s listening picks from the Caribbean — featuring new music by Kobo Town; Horace Andy; Shaggy; Josean Jacobo; Dean Fraser & Ernie Ranglin; and Daniel Bellegarde Source
The Tobago Cays Marine Park, St Vincent & the Grenadines, protects one of the most stunning seascapes in the Caribbean Source