Rum, Grenada, wild life, and Caribbean food–all some of my favorite things and all landing on this week’s Caribbean weekly wrap up. The 5th story is about the best all-inclusive resorts in Jamaica. I’m more of a villa and small hotel guy, but I know a lot of you dig the all-inclusives, so here you go. Cheers!
Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up
Caribbean Rum & Beer Festival 2015: St Maarten has become the latest host country for the roving Caribbean Rum & Beer Festival which will take place on November 6th and 7th, 2015. Now in its fifth year, the festival brings together some of the finest rum and beer products from the Caribbean and beyond in a vibrant setting complete with Caribbean food, culture and entertainment. –Story by Rum Connection
Glimpses of Grenada: Even with your eyes closed, you must know when you’re in Grenada. The aroma of fresh spices is everywhere: an intoxicating potpourri of nutmeg, mace, cinnamon, cloves and ginger. With eyes open, you’ll find the Spice Isle just as pretty as its unique fragrance. –Story by Caribbean Beat
The Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Jamaica: Jamaica’s first year-round all-inclusive resort, now known as Couples Tower Isle, opened nearly four decades ago. Today, Jamaica continues to raise the bar with a slew of extraordinary all-inclusives that offer everything from catamaran cruises to caviar bars for one up-front price. Here are some of our favorites. –Story from Caribbean Journal
The Best Caribbean Resort Restaurants: There was a time when the restaurants onsite in resorts were the last resort for hungry travelers. Once offering little more than bland buffets and quick bites after a long flights, those same resort eateries have upped the ante with chic décor and innovative menus created by rock star chefs. –Story by Experience.usatoday.com
Top 10 Caribbean Wildlife Holidays: The best Caribbean holidays for exploring nature and wildlife, chosen by our experts, including options in St Lucia, Dominica, Costa Rica and Venezuela. –Story by Telegraph.co.uk
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