Caribbean travel news: Cuban travel, building boom, a quieter Bahamas

The Trump administration is cracking down on “veiled tourism” to Cuba, reports The New York Times. That will likely make it harder for Americans to visit the island. The Dominican Republic has more hotel development underway than any other Caribbean destination, reports Travel Weekly. Over the next three years a total of 15,000 rooms at 11 properties will be added to the Caribbean nation. If … Continue reading Caribbean travel news: Cuban travel, building boom, a quieter Bahamas

Caribbean travel news: Missing couple, Martinique and exclusive Bahamas

A search is underway for a New York couple that disappeared after checking out of their Dominican Republic hotel two weeks ago. Daily Beast writer Mandy Velez pays a visit to Martinique and discovers the magic of the island’s cuisine, ruins, rum and yole boats, while The New York Times’ Eric Lipton discovers the appeal of the island’s many natural surprises. Forbes offers a glimpse … Continue reading Caribbean travel news: Missing couple, Martinique and exclusive Bahamas

Caribbean power plugs

Caribbean power plugs and power adapters 2019

Before setting off on your island vacation be sure to bring the proper adapters for Caribbean power plugs. Most of the islands in the northern Caribbean use Type A and B plugs, like the United States. Further south you are likely to find plugs more common in European countries and the rest of the world.Depending on where you are traveling to and from you may need a power adapter. Consult our list below to make sure you bring the correct Caribbean power plug adapters.

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