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Mangrove view

Issue 144 (March/April 2017) | 0 comments
A mosaic of greens and blues seen from high above, Barbuda’s Codrington Lagoon is a natural gem, home to mangrove forests and seabird colonies

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Bridgetown, Barbados | Layover

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As one of the Caribbean’s most popular tourist destinations, Barbados is also a major hub for international flights to the region. Our guide to exploring the island when time is tight

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Port Elizabeth, Bequia | Neighbourhood

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The capital of the second-largest of the Grenadine Islands is a haven for yachties — but also for artists and foodies

Photograph by Warren Le Platte

Datebook | Caribbean Events Calendar (March/April 2017)

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Events around the Caribbean in March and April, from a river race in Belize to St Patrick’s Day in St Croix — plus a drum festival, kite-flying, and cricket

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Datebook | Caribbean Events Calendar (January/February 2017)

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Events around the Caribbean in January and February, from Chinese New Year in Suriname to a film festival in Guadeloupe

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This old house

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The historic architecture of the Old Havana neighbourhood in Cuba’s capital is an artistic treasure trove

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Layover: St John’s, Antigua

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Its location near the northern end of the Leewards makes Antigua an important hub for Caribbean travel. Our guide to exploring the island when time is tight

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Carnival planet

Issue 143 (January/February 2017) | 0 comments
The Carnival spirit, celebrated across the Caribbean, isn’t unique to our region. In countries and cities across the world — many of them with a cross-cultural history — the weeks and days before Lent are a season of revelry

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Roseau, Dominica | Neighbourhood

Issue 143 (January/February 2017) | 0 comments
With its dramatic backdrop of mountains, narrow and picturesque streets, and historic architecture, the capital of the “Nature Isle” has a distinctive French Creole charm

Photo by Amanda Richards

Layover: Georgetown, Guyana

Issue 142 (November/December 2016) | 0 comments
On a business trip to Guyana’s capital with a few hours to spare? A free day to explore? Our quick guide to getting the most out of Georgetown when time is tight