The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is delighted with the announcement by the British Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, that the Air Passenger Duty (APD) will be reformed from next year.
In Ac's latest Article she heads down to a special Event named "Taste of the Caribbean and has a meal prepared by Chef Jason Howard
In this short article we take a look at how the Moko-Jumbie tradition is being preserved in St Lucia!
In this Article by Ethan Trex we give you 10 types of Rum that you need to try your taste buds out on!
In the second installment by our Rum Correspondent we have a special "OFF MENU" COCKTAIL recipe for you. ladies and gentlemen may we present the "Lopez Paradise" Cocktail made with KRAKEN BLACK SPICED RUM!
When is a drink not just a drink? When it plays a pivotal role in history. And perhaps no beverage has shaped broad patterns of history more significantly than rum.
Lawyer Arley Gill is a magistrate and a former Grenada minister of culture, this article is an opinion-peice that contains interesting information upon the history of Carnival in Trinidad and it's Grenadian influences.
Creole Culture is often thought of as one, unifying type of culture. In reality, Creole is a culture shared by people living in completely different corners of the globe.
In preparation for the upcoming carnival season, the National Carnival Commission has signed a sponsorship agreement with Angostura Limited.
Trinidad Carnival is not always about being a tourist or partying every night (Although it's a major aprt of the Fun across the island) check out this list of Carnivals official events in order to spice up your revelry even further!