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Caribbean Living

Caribbean Living Winter 2019/2020

Caribbean Living takes you beyond the beach, to the heart of the Caribbean and the most exquisite travel destinations. Jump into each issue and discover the best of Caribbean travel.

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Caribbean Living Magazine, Inc
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letter from the publisher

CARIBBEAN REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR: Sales@CaribbeanLivingMagazine.com www.CaribbeanLivingMagazine.com Caribbean Living Magazine (Volume 12, Issue 4; ISSN 1941-1936) Published Quarterly by Caribbean Living Magazine, Inc., 10097 Cleary Blvd, Plantation, FL 33324. ©2019 by Caribbean Living Magazine, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Publisher assumes no liability for the representations contained herein. Caribbean Living Magazine is not responsible for the return or care of unsolicited material. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the prior written consent of Caribbean Living Magazine, Inc Printed in the USA Image Cover Credit: Excellence El Carmen, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic @cltravel on Instagram @caribbeanliving on Twitter Like us by visiting: facebook.com/caribbeanliving…

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Dear travelers, As we are in the roaring 20s, I feel like I should address you as my fellow time-travelers. We are living in the future, my friends. Facing the Caribbean sun and looking forward to a magnificent decade. We have a lot of new experiences to share with you. This issue has great stories from the Dominican Republic and around the islands. What I am even more excited to chat with you about is our social media ambassador program and our, invitation only, enhanced subscription membership. Our enhanced subscription program includes more than the magazine. The Caribbean Living subscription program offers VIP experience invites from around the Caribbean, exclusive travel discounts at some of the region’s finest resorts, access to the hottest travel gear and more. Visit www.CaribbeanLivingMagazine.com/InvitationOnly after January 18th…

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AMY SEDEÑO Contributor As a self-proclaimed @hotelista I do quite a bit of traveling, and from holding a tarantula in an ancient site in Guatemala to drinking high tea in Dubai, and petting grey whales in Baja, you bet I’ve got stories to tell. AVA ROSALES Features Editor I am the Caribbean. DYLAN BENOIT Contributor I’m a chef with Champagne taste and a beer budget, but always seem to find myself surrounded by the most amazing people in the most amazing places. From eating termites in the Honduran jungle to learning how to make dim sum in Hong Kong, for me treasure is in the story. SERGIO OLIVARES Creative Direction I'm my best on this island. My flight left last night, but I know I'm not going back home. ANDREW INNERARITY Director of Photography It’s all about triggering emotion via imagery. When I convey…

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island dates not to miss

JANUARY Start the month off in Jamaica with a visit to the verdant Saint Elizabeth for a cultural awakening and a taste of history through song, dance and traditional Maroon cooking. Listen to tales of the late hero, Cudjoe, and the battle of the First Maroon War, a freedom fight against the British over 200 years ago, as told by the descendants of these noble warriors at Accompong Maroon Festival, January 6. By Antigua, crews ready the sails for an exhilarating 54 nautical miles of racing at the Antigua Yacht Club, Round Island’ Race, January 18 /www.antiguayachtclub.com Serious competitors will be equally drawn to Barbados where crews can “win their skipper’s weight in rum” for breaking records – now, there’s a challenge, run light or heavy, for this race, there’s reason for…

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new & noteworthy

PUERTO RICO Puerto Rico es en fuego. Following a multi-million-dollar transformation, this resort is ready to welcome guests, in style. Tucked away in the pristine tropical paradise of the northeast coast of the island, Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve Puerto Rico offers all-suite, bungalow-style accommodations featuring private balconies and terraces, five distinct food and beverage experiences – ranging from authentic Puerto Rican fare to Asian fusion cuisine. There are also four expansive swimming pools, including Puerto Rico’s largest lagoon-style pool and swim-up bars serving innovative and refreshing cocktails. WOuld it really be a tropical escape without a fabulously revamped 12,000-square-foot Rainforest Spa and two world-class Tom Kit-designed 18-hole championship golf courses? We don’t think so. This oceanfront oasis is the closest full-service luxury resort from the San Juan International Airport. They’re ready…

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putting the sexy back in pc

A lot has changed in Punta Cana over the years. The arrival experience at the airport has changed for the better and taking advantage of the VIP experience is an excellent way to kick off a vacation. We checked out the adults-only Excellence El Carmen for the first time and it’s pretty hip. The only way to go is The Excellence Club. This level comes with a private check-in/check-out area, where you can unwind and partake in a variety of snacks, meals, and cocktails. Besides the private lounge where these activities take place, there is an exclusive restaurant for Excellence Club guests, called Magna. Enjoy a private beach and pool areas, there’s a private concierge service available throughout the stay, a preferred room service menu with exclusive dining offerings, designer…