This week’s Caribbean Wrap Up features Caribbean forts, a great holiday rum drink from Cruzan rum, top Caribbean restaurants, pink sand beaches and much much more!

Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Step Back in Time With These 7 Caribbean Fortresses: Built in times of conflict, they are intimidating reminders of a turbulent colonial past. The Caribbean has an impressive collection of fortresses that now serve as icons of national pride and popular tourist destinations. –Story by

Cruzan Holiday Cocktails: Whether you’re getting ready to host the family this Christmas or throwing the New Year’s bash of the century, don’t get stuck with a boring old cocktail from last season. –Story by

The 50 Best Caribbean Restaurants – 2013: What turns a great meal into a memorable one? Particularly in the Caribbean, a great meal is about a great experience — one that combines food, service, ambiance and more, whether you’re at a beach shack or a fine-dining eatery. –Story by

Beach Spotlight: The Pink Sand Beach of Harbour Island, Bahamas: Harbour Island is located just off the northern tip of Elethera, one of the Out Islands of the Bahamas. This small island is known for many things, but its stunning pink sand beach is the biggest draw by far. –Story by

Havana Through the Windshield: Havana for all it’s beauty and charm is after all made up of very industrious and colorful people. Traveling in the taxi on different days to different parts of the city, I was able to see a very different side of the city. -Story by

Where to Stay in Grand Bahama: It’s just 2 1/2 hours by ferry to Grand Bahama from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but you’ll know you’ve left the States when you see the Atlantic Ocean turn that perfect shade of turquoise. –Story by


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