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We're a fun and informative Caribbean directory, celebrating the magic of the Caribbean islands and their services. We promote Caribbean tourist businesses, radio stations, things-to-do, photography and fun facts! We are a network of 55+ Caribbean websites.

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Caribbean Radio Stations

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CAYMAN ISLANDS Cayrock FM
BARBADOS CITA Radio
ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA Observer Radio
Observer Radio Observer Radio
ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA Radio Sun FM

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Caribbean Blog

An Antiguan Favourite – Yummy Conch Fritters!



Ever tried conch fritters? If you’ve ever been to St. Johns, Antigua long enough, you would’ve had the pleasure to taste a local conch fritter. They are special on this island, we believe because of a combination of the spices. Maybe it’s the Scotch Bonnet Pepper or the Shadow Beni herbs mixed with my favourite, …



ATTENTION SNOWBIRDS – CARIBBEAN TRAVEL ’20/’21



“It’s Christmas in the Caribbean, snowbirds fill the air… We don’t get in a hurry, we send away for mistletoe… Christmas in the Caribbean, We’ve got everything but snow!” Jimmy Buffet. That should have most American or Canadian snowbirds as soon as they read – “We’ve got everything but snow!” On top of that, it’s …



7 REMOTE ISLAND VIEWING SOLUTIONS AMIDST GLOBAL TRAVEL BAN



So, you’re wondering what it’s like at the beach on a faraway island right now. Who is in the water – that cute guy with the red hair and hockey jock, muscle tower body? Or the kitesurfing girl with the long, curly hair? But. You’re stuck because of travel bans. We know the feeling.  May …



Chat with Rebel Outdoor Piano Man in St. Thomas, USVI, during Covid-19.



I’m sure you’ve seen them on Facebook and Instagram during this worldwide lockdown – almost every musician, famous or not, has taken to posting in-home concerts online. Hence, it’s refreshing to see someone doing live outdoor concerts on the back of a pick-up truck! Freddie Rabuse, the well-known Piano Man from St. Thomas, USVI, is …



Chat with Local “Ms Congeniality” and Restaurant Owner of St. Croix, USVI during Covid-19.



If you know Elena of Christiansted’s fun hangout, New Deep End, you know that calling her Ms Congeniality (as she was dubbed in high school) is not really far-fetched. She runs one of the most socially interactive spots on the island where every night is potentially a theme night for the entire family, from crab …



Future proofing Caribbean tourism


Future proofing Caribbean tourism

The statistics vary, but reliable Caribbean and international entities suggest that the region’s tourism sector is now delivering on average directly and indirectly about 40.6 percent of the Caribbean’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), although, in Aruba, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, The Bahamas, the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), and most overseas territories tourism, the …



Moving to the Island of Aruba



If you want to enjoy beautiful white sand beaches, friendly locals, windsurfing, kitesurfing or terrific diving – Aruba is a good place to call home (1). You may have been searching for the perfect spot in paradise to retire – or you may just be looking for adventure in a faraway and tropical country. Either …



Importing Your Household Belongings and Vehicle Into the Bahamas


Importing Your Household Belongings and Vehicle Into the Bahamas

A Pristine Beach in the Bahamas. Are you ready to make your move, to any of the over 700 islands, islets or cays in the Bahamas? If so, you’re no doubt excited about your upcoming change of scenery. You’ll enjoy picturesque beaches, amazing snorkeling in the clear waters and sunny skies. The speed of life …





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Carib Videos of the Day!

Aruba. Unfiltered. Sunset in Aruba at Casa Del Mar Beach Resort & Timeshare:
www.CasaDelMar-Aruba.com


St. Kitts Island Guide


Tortola, BVI - Virgin Gorda & the Baths




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Featured Businesses

St. Croix - USVI

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St. Croix Environmental Their mission is to promote the conservation of environmental resources, provide education and advocate for environmentally responsible actions that benefit St. Croix. Their members are their strength. Benefits of membership include free or reduced admission to regular events, leatherback sea turtle watches, discounts in their SEA shop, and - most important - the knowledge that you are supporting and helping with a vital effort to protect our island environment.

The Cool Factor: Education Conservation Advocacy

Puerto Rico

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Istanbul Turkish Restaurant is located in San Juan, PUERTO RICO. We offer a large variety and affordable Turkish and Mediterranean dishes. We take reservations and we do take out! Lunch specials every weekday, except holidays. Visit us in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The Cool Factor: Very affordable, Not made from frozen food.

St. Thomas - USVI

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JetskiVI.com. Explore historic Charlotte Amalie Bay. Cruise around Water Island. See stunning Honey Moon Beach. Go on tours or freestyle rides.

The Cool Factor: Island Tours on Jetskis!

St. Lucia

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Saint Lucia is the perfect destination, whether you're after romance, rejuvenation or adventure. A genuine, natural landscape of gorgeous palm-fringed beaches, miles of unspoiled rainforest and the majestic Piton Mountains, are sure to indulge every taste. Natural waterfalls, breath-taking views, friendly locals and authentic culture impress the most travelled individuals for a holiday with lasting memories.

The Cool Factor: Simply Beautiful

Barbados

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Barbados. Live The Dream. Your Barbados Experiences Start Here. the Barbados Government announced the introduction of the 12-month Barbados Welcome Stamp. This new remote work programme establishes a visa to allow people to work remotely in Barbados for a maximum for 12 months. The visa is available to anyone who can meet the visa requirements and whose work is location independent, whether individuals or families.

The Cool Factor: 12 month visas for Digital Nomads


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About CoolestCarib Network

The CoolestCarib Directory celebrates the magic of the Caribbean Islands and their tourist services through a network of 55+ Caribbean tourist websites. CoolestCarib.com promotes Caribbean businesses and serves as a travel info guide introducing tourists to the Caribbean islands and their services. This website features the following on every island page:

  • Top 10 attractions "things-to-do".
  • Island's tourism.
  • Conservation initiative.
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  • Tourism videos.
  • Photography.
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  • Weather forecast - live.
  • Caribbean tips.
  • Fun facts - language, food, population, geography history etc.
  • Caribbean blog.
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Caribbean Tip of the Day

Going snorkeling or diving? That's great, but please don't take a starfish out of the water. They die immediately. Rather appreciate them where they are. Let them live so they could be appreciated by many more Caribbean visitors.

Tips by Liz Strauss, an experienced traveler and piano entertainer. www.lizpiano.com. [Disclosure]

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