Another Friday, another exciting Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up! This week we have a couple great stories about Curacao, a trip to the south of Haiti, how to do Dominica like a local and our buddies at Caribbean Soul Trekkers talk about their experience at the Big Bamboo Bar and Restaurant on Anegada in the BVI.


Caribbean Weekly Wrap Up

Trek Stop: The Big Bamboo Beach Bar and Restaurant in Anegada, BVI: Set on an isolated beach in picturesque Loblolly Bay on Anegada’s southern shore, The Big Bamboo Beach Bar and Restaurant is the perfect place for an afternoon swim and a delicious meal. Its beautiful setting, gracious hosts, well-stocked bar and delicious food made this one of our favorite stops on a recent sailing trip to the BVI. –Story by Caribbean Soul Trekkers

Island Bites: French Fry Hopping in Willemstad, Curacao: If you travel anywhere in the Dutch Caribbean, you’re likely to find terrific french fries, something these islands have in common with their mainland countrymen in the Netherlands. And that’s nowhere more true than in Willemstad, Curacao, which happens to have some seriously good fries — and in abundance, too. –Story by Caribbean Journal

The Island of Dominica: Like A Local: Dominica may not have the beautiful beaches typical of the Caribbean, but the tiny island nation isn’t the tourist playground we typically associate with Caribbean tourism. Dominica is actually best known for its high mountains, unspoiled landscapes, and indigenous roots. Here are some tips for seeing Dominica—like a local. –Story by

10 things I bet you didn’t know about Curacao: The island of Curacao in the southern Caribbean Sea may be small, it’s still full of surprises. Here’s 10 fascinating things I learned during my visit. –Story by

My Weekend in Beautiful Jacmel, Haiti: In an effort to explore more of Haiti, I ventured south of Port-au-Prince for a weekend trip to Jacmel. Jacmel is most well-known for being the art capital of Haiti as well as one of the best places in Haiti to celebrate Carnival and the home to nature’s own Bassin Bleu. –Story by Will Drink For Travel

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