CaribbeanDays announces Our First Newsletter

FindDreamVillaWe put together our first newsletter on May 16, 2013.  Our newsletter followers, blog, social media and online presence has grown. We thank our guests for your interactions.

We hope you continue to travel to the Caribbean and allow CaribbeanDays to help you plan your next holiday.  For those who don’t remember Caribbeandays or are first time visitors, please get to know us.  Give us a call 1-908-832-6655Get to know us. In addition, CaribbeanDays has added a Certified Disney Vacation Planner to their staff. We welcome you to book all your Disney vactions through CaribbeanDays.


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Latest News and Posts:

Arh, It’s International Talk Like a Pirate Day!

Posted: September 19, 2017

Let’s Plan a Pirate Adventure! Disney’s Pirate franchise has been very successful. The storylines are not just fairytales being told. The storylines were inspired from actual legends and historic events! CaribbeanDays can now take you on an entire pirate experience. We can start your vacation with 4 days and 3 nights at Disney World. Stay…
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Disney Legend X-Atencio, R.I.P.

Posted: September 18, 2017

Francis Xavier “X” Atencio (September 4, 1919 – September 10, 2017) past on September 10, 2017, six days after his 98th birthday. This Disney Legend and cast member is a former Imagineer, writer, lyricist and animator. He joined Disney in 1938 as an animator. In 1941, he left the studio to serve in World War…
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The island of Barbados is acting as the hub for #OpRUMAN

Posted: September 18, 2017

#OpRUMAN, Operation Ruman, is the UK’s military response to providing vital humanitarian aid and supplies to the Caribbean islands devastated by Hurricane Irma. The specialist humanitarian and disaster relief team on RFA Mounts Bay and her Wildcat helicopter are providing assistance to badly affected areas. Royal Marines from 40 Commando are helping to distribute aid…
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Disney World Guardians of the Galaxy at EPCOT

Posted: September 15, 2017

Disney’s Marvel Comics Guardians of the Galaxy is under construction and being built at EPCOT. The attraction is replacing Ellen’s Energy Adventure which opened September 15, 1996. Ellen’s Energy Adventure was hosted by cast member Ellen DeGeneres. Ellen Lee DeGeneres is most beloved as the voice of Dory in Disney’s Finding Nemo and Finding Dory….
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Walter Disney is a Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient

Posted: September 14, 2017

September 14, 1964, Walter Disney was honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom Award by President Lyndon B. Johnson 568 – Remarks at the Presentation of the 1964 Presidential Medal of Freedom Awards. September 14, 1964
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News On Potcake Place Rescue

Posted: September 14, 2017

We had updates come in on Potcake Place! Potcake Place is a rescue on Turks and Caicos; which was hit by Hurricane Irma with Category 5 strength. Information status on the Islands has been slow since much of the communications systems have been damage. As we get information in, we will share it. This is…
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Saba Island Reports Minimal Damage

Posted: September 13, 2017

Heard from Saba Island. Reporting minimal damage and Sea & Learn is a go for October. Previous: Saba Sea and Learn Conference – Meet the Experts Series 7 Saba Sea and Learn Conference – Meet the Experts Series 6 Saba Sea and Learn 2017 Conference – Meet the Experts Series 5 Saba Sea and…
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Elias Disney

Posted: September 13, 2017

September 13, 1941, Elias Disney, father of Walt and Roy Disney passed on at age 82. He had a vast influence on Walt and Roy’s life and it can be seen in the creation of Disney Parks: How a Father Influenced His Son
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Walt Disney World Hurricane Policy

Posted: September 5, 2017

From being a cast member at Disney, the one place I want to be during a hurricane (and always!) is Disney. Many local Florida residence book rooms here during storms. Disney has a solar farm for power, food they grow and breed (fish farm) at Epcot, and all the resources anyone could ever need at…
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Items that should be on hand for a hurricane

Posted: September 5, 2017

The National Hurricane Center suggests the following materials: -Top off gas in your car -Propane for your generator -Water: At least 1 gallon of water per person/ animal per day for at least 3 days. -Food: At least a 3-day supply of non-perishable food. -Radio: A battery-powered radio with NOAA weather radio tone alert and…
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Empowered Guests are Happy Guests! Traveling During Hurricane Season.

Posted: September 4, 2017

September is a very beautiful month in the Caribbean Islands. The temperature is cooler and offers the best rates due to it being hurricane season. But with Hurricane Irma looming in the Atlantic; we wanted to repost some helpful tools to empower guests with information. As per Dennis Feltgen of the National Hurricane Center, the…
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Disney Villains Series 5

Posted: September 4, 2017

Disney Lion King’s Scar was known to be very resentful of his brother, King Mufasa and nephew, Prince Simba because Simba’s birth ruined any chance of him becoming king. His resentment and anger towards Mufasa were strong enough that, after he usurped Mufasa’s place on the throne by murdering him, he outlawed Mufasa’s name being…
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Disney Welcomes Birth of New Sumatran Tiger Cubs!

Posted: September 2, 2017

Here’s a sneak peak: Would you like to see these new tiger cubs? Or Stella, who was just born December 2016? CaribbeanDays can take you here! ——————————————–
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It’s Here! The 22nd Annual Epcot International Food & Wine Festival at Walt Disney World Resort has Begun!

Posted: September 1, 2017

It’s Here! The 22nd Annual Epcot International Food & Wine Festival at Walt Disney World Resort has Begun! The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is bigger and better than ever, with sips and tastes throughout the park, celebrity chefs, culinary workshops, live music and special tasting experiences. Get ready – it’s 75 days, so…
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Saba Sea and Learn Conference – Meet the Experts Series 7

Posted: September 1, 2017

Meet Dr. Angela Collins! This Florida native has her undergraduate degree in Marine Biology, Masters and PhD in Biology and was a
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The Pelican Plunge at Disney’s Castaway Cay, Caribbean Island

Posted: August 31, 2017

On August 31, 2009, Disney announced enhancements to it’s private island, Castaway Cay in the Caribbean. A water based play area was to be added called Pelican Plunge. Would you like to visit Castaway Cay? CaribbeanDays can take you here!
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St. Kitts has Mastered, “Never Leave a Footprint”

Posted: August 31, 2017

You Know the expression, never leave a footprint? St. Kitts has got it! One of the biggest draw of St. Kitts is its rainforest. Protected since 1902, the Central Reserve Rain Forest covers almost 25% of the island extending from the foothills of the mountains that rise up from the interior of the island, all…
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Explore St. Croix in Style!

Posted: August 30, 2017

There are so many ways to explore the Caribbean Islands: hiking, biking, horseback riding; but, how about ATV? CaribbeanDays can set you up to see St. Croix in style! On ATVs. Cruise the trails and travel the hills biker style! They are alot of fun and you will be able to cover a lot of…
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At Disney, Halloween has Begun!

Posted: August 30, 2017

Are you ready for fun? We have the Grave Diggers preparing for your arrival!
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Cayman Islands Pirates Festival is Fast Approaching!

Posted: August 29, 2017

Every year, the Cayman Islands hosts a Pirates Festival in November. The events take place throughout the Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. On Saturday 11th November, the ‘pirates’ will invade the islands attacking from the sea in Hog Sty Bay in George Town harbor. Traditionally the Governor is ‘captured’ and the pirates ‘run…
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Disney Villains Series 4

Posted: August 29, 2017

“You poor, simple fools; thinking you could defeat me! ME! The mistress of all evil!” ―Maleficent to the Three Good Fairies Disney classic films were created with live animation, meaning drawings were created from cast members acting out scenes so the artists could create their cels and story boards. For Disney’s Sleeping Beauty, Disney needed…
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The Sugar Train, How Sweet!

Posted: August 28, 2017

Sugar cane was introduced in St. Kitts in 1643, and it became as valuable as oil is today. Control of the Caribbean sugar islands sent European armies and navies to war, and sugar built empires. By 1775, with 200 estates producing sugar, St. Kitts was the wealthiest of the British possessions. But the introduction of…
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Disney’s Liberty Square

Posted: August 28, 2017

August 28, 1989, Disney announced it would be acquiring all of the Jim Henson Muppet characters. The muppet characters perform a daily show at Magic Kingdom’s Liberty Square called Great Moments in American History. Liberty Square is home to one of the 50 Liberty Bell replicas that was cast from the original Liberty Bell in…
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Disney Villains Series 3

Posted: August 25, 2017

~~Shut up! My business, my reputation, my life, has been ruined because you three incompetent twits let yourselves be outsmarted by a bunch of dumb animals! And you call yourselves men? Huh? I’ve seen more intelligent pieces of carpet!~~ /Cruella De Vil Disney’s live action film of 101 Dalmatians featured cast member, Glenn Close as…
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The Star of Grace Bay at Turks & Caicos

Posted: August 25, 2017

CaribbeanDays favorite star of Grace Bay at Turks & Caicos is Jojo. Not only is he known for adopting Caribbean guests as his pod family and frolicing with swimmers and snorkelers; but he is also famous. Jojo has been featured on the Discover Channel. Would you like to meet JoJo? CaribbeanDays can introduce you!
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The Cayman Brac has a BIG Secret

Posted: August 24, 2017

Absolutely awesome Caribbean guest, Vance Esler shared a secret from the Cayman Brac that I never knew! You like to dive and explore underwater? You HAVE to check out this footage. CaribbeanDays can take you here! And me too . I have to go diving at the Brac! Vance! Oh my god. I never dove…
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Becoming a Part of the Magic of Disney

Posted: August 24, 2017

One of the many things I really love about Disney is how the cast members are made a part of Disney. Cast members become immortalized in the Main Street Windows, the Haunted Mansion graveyard, the staging area of Hollywood Studios on the electrical boxes; and, my favorite, at Be Out Guests. The angels on the…
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Disney Villains Series 2

Posted: August 23, 2017

~~I am on my way…I can go the distance…I don’t care how far…Somehow I’ll be strong…I know every mile…Will be worth my while…I would go most anywhere to find where I belong~~ Hades is often regarded as one of Disney’s funniest villains. He is immortal, can teleport, control fire and rule the dead. “Name’s Hades,…
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Choiseul St. Lucia – Arts and Crafts

Posted: August 23, 2017

St. Lucia is known for traditional crafts. The best can be found in the Quarter of Choiseul. This is also known as the limestone district.
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Disney’s Silly Symphony – The Skeleton Dance

Posted: August 22, 2017

Disney is setting the mood for Halloween. Due to popular demand, they have added extra days to Mickey’s Not so Scary Halloween Party. The party now starts August 25th! So, to get you in the mood, on this day in Disney history, The Silly Symphony film, The Skeleton Dance, premiered at the Carthay Circle, August…
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Updated Information for St. John Ferry Services

Posted: August 22, 2017

Are you an island hopper? We have Caribbean guests that have mastered island hopping. The St. John Ferry Services have updated their location. Please note the following: The St. John Ferry Services have relocated the location of the Downtown Charlotte Amalie operation from the eastern end of the waterfront, to the western end of the…
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House on the Path, Saba

Posted: August 21, 2017

Hat Tip to Travel and Leisure for featuring my favorite villa on my favorite island, House on the Path, Saba. I have pondered several times making this villa my home and just telecommuting from Saba. Can you imagine living in a rainforest, with a 5 minute walk to town and being 12 minutes from St….
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Disney Added Extra Days to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

Posted: August 21, 2017

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Starts August 25th! Disney has added extra dates for their Halloween Celebration which now start August 25, 2017. The event has continuously been sold out so the extra days are in hopes of giving more guests to opportunity to enjoy the event. CaribbeanDays can bring you this treat!
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Jerry Lewis, You will be Missed!

Posted: August 20, 2017

Today we sadly say good bye to an entertainment icon, Jerry Lewis, March 16, 1926 – August 20, 2017. He was a American comedian, actor, singer, film producer, screenwriter, film director, and a Disney Cast Member. As a Disney Cast Member, Jerry Lewis played George Fawkes in Disney’s Hollywood Pictures, “Funny Bones”.
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August 18, 1986, The Crockett’s Tavern opened in Ft. Wilderness at Walt Disney World

Posted: August 18, 2017

August 18, 1986, The Crockett’s Tavern opened in Ft. Wilderness at Walt Disney World. Ft. Wilderness has always been my favorite resort stay. There are over 700 acres of campgrounds, hiking trails, horse back riding, fishing, boating, campfires, bikes to rent, and even segways. Crockett’s Tavern is located right next to Pioneer Hall, famous for…
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All Around the U.S. Virgin Islands

Posted: August 18, 2017

A Caribbean guest went all out in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Freediving, fishing, tree climbing, snorkeling, SCUBA, exploring and island hopping to St. John’s, Virgin Gorda, Norman Island, Fallen Jerusalem, The Indians, and Tortolla. Jeffrey shared his talents with the GoPro of his awesome stay with his brother. CaribbeanDays can make their adventure, YOUR adventure!…
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Saba Sea and Learn Conference – Meet the Experts Series 6

Posted: August 17, 2017

Saba’s 2017 Sea and Learn Conference is annual event taking place this October. If you miss the opportunity for villa rental in Saba, CaribbeanDays is working on making more villas available for this event in St Martin/St. Maarten, which is only a 12 minute flight from Saba. Dimitri Deheyn is a Marine Biologist that develops…
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Disney’s Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique

Posted: August 17, 2017

Disney’s Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is a royal salon where young guests can be transformed in to princesses and knights of the castle. Tidbits. – If reservations are not available to accomodate a guests itinerary on during their stay, resorts with salons offer Princess Experiences. The Princess Experiences at salons do not have a boutique. So…
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A Much Loved Disney Classic

Posted: August 16, 2017

August 16, 1955 was opening day for the Disney Classic ride Dumbo the Flying Elephants in Fantasyland @ Disneyland FastPass Tidbit! Did you know if you coupled your stay at Disney with a Disney Classics VIP Tour, that will give you preferential access to 10-12 classic Disney attractions like: Dumbo Flying Elephant ride, Pirates of…
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Aerial Tour of St. John’s Virgin Islands

Posted: August 16, 2017

Saint John is a U.S. Virgin Island in the Caribbean Sea. 60% of the island is protected as a National Park. The island was first settled by the Taíno Indians who migrated north from coastal areas of present-day Colombia and Venezuela around AD 300. The Arawak inhabited the island until around the year AD 1300….
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The Maiden Voyage of Disney Wonder

Posted: August 15, 2017

Disney Wonder cruise ship made it’s Maiden Voyage August 15, 1999. Have you ever been on a Disney Cruise? CaribbeanDays can make that happen! Disney Wonder is the second ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, joining the Disney Magic (maiden voyage in 1998), the Disney Dream (maiden voyage in 2011) and the Disney Fantasy…
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Cayman Island’s Winter Opportunity

Posted: August 15, 2017

CaribbeanDays is pleased to bring you a winter to remember! The Cayman Winter Carnival and Music Festival, November 24, 2017 – January 2, 2018, is approaching and we have a proposal for you! The Cayman Winter Carnival and Music Festival is hiring people to work: ticket sales, concession booths, game assistants, general workers, drivers, production…
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Disney Villains Series 1

Posted: August 14, 2017

~~“There isn’t a boy who won’t enjoy a-working for Captain Hook! The world’s most famous crook!”~~ James Bartholomew Hook is the main antagonist of the Peter Pan franchise. He has made more appearances than any of the Disney film villains combined and has been known as: Captain Hook, Hook, Codfish, Cap’n, World’s Most Famous Crook,…
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Unique Encounters in St. John’s

Posted: August 14, 2017

CaribbeanDays can provide you with an unusual, unique, FUN experience: Donkeys. Wild ones. Oooops! Wrong Donkey! Many of these islands, like St. John’s, were plantations. Donkeys were used by the sugar mills to power the mills and as working livestock. Once the plantations shut down, the donkeys were left to roam the islands. So yes,…
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British Virgin Islands’ Jost Van Dyke

Posted: August 11, 2017

CaribbeanDays can set you up in a strategically placed luxury villa where you can island hop to the best islands BVI has to offer. One small island that is a hidden gem with history is Jost Van Dyke Island. Jost Van Dyke Island is part of the Lesser Antilles, between the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean…
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Walt Disney World is Getting a New Skyway

Posted: August 11, 2017

WDW in Florida is installing a new gondola skyway. Disney contracted with the Doppelmayr group out of Austria to provide the aerial tramway system and gondolas called the Disney Skyliner. In addition to the new (and adorable) Minnie Vans, Disney World Florida is implementing a new gondola skyway to transport guests to and from: Epcot,…
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Ever Dream of Cantering Along a Sunny Beach?

Posted: August 10, 2017

CaribbeanDays can take you to the Providenciales for a horseback excursions. Trail riding, ocean riding, gallop or cantering. Turks and Caicos are what dreams are made of. Thank you DDubMedia for sharing your experience with Provo Ponies, Turtle and Thor!
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Disney Legend Morgan “Bill” Evans

Posted: August 10, 2017

Disney Legend Morgan “Bill” Evans, June 10, 1910 – August 16, 2002. From Disney Parks Blog – Disneyland Parks Windows on Main Street, U.S.A., at Disneyland Park: Bill Evans Windows on Main Street, U.S.A., at Disneyland Park: Bill Evans by Jon Storbeck, Disneyland Resort In the early 1950s, “green-thumbed” brothers Morgan (known as Bill) and…
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Disney’s Haunted Mansion Insights – Part 2

Posted: August 9, 2017

The Haunted Mansion attraction opened in New Orleans Square at Disneyland August 9, 1969. The original headstones and the Imagineers they represented are as follows: Claude Coats (lead designer – specializing in backgrounds and environments, he also developed the Omnimover layout) At Peaceful Rest Lies Brother Claude Planted Here Beneath This Sod…
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Naturally formed, natural tranquility! The Animal Flower Cave in Barbados

Posted: August 9, 2017

CaribbeanDays can take you to this natural phenomenon that is the most soothing experience in the world! The Animal Flower Cave in Barbados is located under the cliffs at North Point, St. Lucy, Barbados. It is the island’s lone accessible sea cave. It was discovered by its seaward entrance in 1780 by two English explorers….
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Rest in Peace Disney Cast Member Glen Campbell

Posted: August 8, 2017

Rest in peace Glen Campbell and thank you for the years of entertainment. Disney cast member Glen Campbell played Grandpa Jones and a Disneyland Visitor in the 1976 TV film special Christmas in Disneyland. His songs: “It’s a Sin When to Love Somebody” was featured in the movie Love Serenade, “Wichita Lineman” was featured in…
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Lighthouse Unveiled at Disney World in Honor of Lane Graves Memory

Posted: August 8, 2017

Disney World unveiled a lighthouse in memory of 2-year-old Lane Graves who died while playing along the shoreline at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.
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For #NationalLighthouseDay – Here are the Lighthouses of Trinidad and Tobago

Posted: August 8, 2017

#NationalLighthouseDay, CaribbeanDays will give you a look at the lighthouses of Trinidad and Tobago. Fort King George Lighthouse, Tobago The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is an island nation in the southeastern corner of the Caribbean Sea north of Venezuela’s Orinoco Delta. Originally colonized by Spain, the islands were ceded to Britain in 1802 and…
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Beautiful Drone Footage of English Harbor Antigua, Caribbean Islands

Posted: August 7, 2017

Beautiful Drone Footage of English Harbor Antigua, Caribbean English Harbour is a natural harbor and settlement on the island of Antigua. The settlement takes its name from the nearby harbor in which the Royal Navy established its base of operations for the area during the eighteenth century. English Harbour is known for boating, especially yachting….
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CaribbeanDays Can Bring You To A Galaxy Far, Far Away!

Posted: August 7, 2017

CaribbeanDays can now bring guests to a galaxy far, far away! With a little pixie dust and some Disney Magic, this December, guests will be able to engage with friends, family and Star Wars characters through sight, sound, touch, smell, and motion in a new, groundbreaking hyper-reality experience. Disney has partnered with The VOID to…
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Saba Sea and Learn 2017 Conference – Meet the Experts Series 5

Posted: August 4, 2017

Saba’s 2017 Sea and Learn Conference is annual event taking place this October. If you miss the opportunity for villa rental in Saba, CaribbeanDays is working on making more villas available for this event in St Martin/St. Maarten, which is only a 12 minute flight from Saba. Thomas Heger, an expert in the Plant Sciences,…
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Disney’s Haunted Mansion Insights – Part 1

Posted: August 4, 2017

“When hinges creak in doorless chambers. When strange and frightening sounds echo through the halls. Whenever candlelights flicker when the air is deathly still… That is the time when ghosts are present, practicing their terror with ghoulish delight.” Disneyland opened in 1955, The Haunted Mansion was not added until 1969. The Haunted Mansion was part…
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The Minnie Van by Disney, and Honda, and Lyft

Posted: August 3, 2017

Disney has partnered with Honda and Lyft to bring to guests, the Minnie Van!. Lyft has partnered with Disney Parks to bring an on-demand transportation service within select resorts for guests with a new Minnie Van. Honda created a custom “Minnie Van” out of the 2018 Honda Odyssey. This unique minivan is designed to look…
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Want to Learn More About CaribbeanDays?

Posted: August 3, 2017

Thinking about planning your vacation; but not sure who to book through? CaribbeanDays was recently interviewed by Talk Business 360 TV. Review the interview here: CaribbeanDays on TALK BUSINESS 360 TV on YouTube
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Rest in Peace Disney Legend Marty Sklar

Posted: August 2, 2017

Disney Legend Marty Sklar past on July 27, 2017. He was the only Disney Cast Member to participate in the opening of all 11 Disney Parks around the world. Born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Sklar was a student at UCLA and editor of its Daily Bruin newspaper in 1955 where he was recruited to…
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Great Bird Island – Drone View

Posted: August 2, 2017

CaribbeanDays invites you to explore the tropical Great Bird Island. Adventurous guests will be surrounded by bright sounds and beautiful sights of tropical birds, terns, and gulls. Located northwest of the shores of mainland Antigua, this Caribbean island is a bird lover’s paradise, with over 182 species of birds to observe. Stroll along the pristine…
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Remembering Disney Legend Chuck Boyajian

Posted: August 1, 2017

Disney Legend Chuck Boyajian passed on August 1, 2004. He even has a Main Street USA window at Disneyland that reads, “Royal Care Co., ‘We Keep Your Castle Shining,’ Chuck Boyajian, Prop.” Guests will not know cast member Chuck for any films or performance. He was a revered, behind the scenes Legend. (via Disney Parks…
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CaribbeanDays has a New Luxury Villa in St Martin – The INTERLUDE

Posted: August 1, 2017

CaribbeanDays has a new luxury Villa in St. Martin. The Interlude is in a stunning location directly on Baie Rouge beach, Villa Interlude offers 5 bedrooms and superb ocean views from the expansive pool deck and oversized 12 m pool. CaribbeanDays can take you here!
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Mickey Mouse Spoke His First Words July 31, 1929

Posted: July 31, 2017

July 31, 1929, Mickey Mouse spoke his first words. It was during the film, The Karnival Kid. His first words were “Hot Dog”. To this day, Hot Dog is still Mickey Mouse’s catchphrase. Reminder: EPCOT’s 2017 International Food and Wine Festival is Fast Approaching!
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The World’s Only Drive In Volcano is in St. Lucia!

Posted: July 31, 2017

CaribbeanDays can take you to a drive in volcano! This is a premier tourist attraction. The Sulphur Springs is the world’s only drive in volcano. Not only is it an amazing experience but you can also take in a totally natural spa experience by bathing in warm magical mineral rich pools known for soothing effects….
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Disney’s Vero Beach Resort

Posted: July 28, 2017

July 28, 1994, Ground breaking began for a new Disney’s Vero Beach Resort in Vero Beach, Florida. The resort was the first Disney Vacation Club resort to be constructed outside the Walt Disney World Resort area in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. CaribbeanDays can book your stay here! But do you know what is very unique…
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Rhone National Park, Salt Cay, BVI

Posted: July 28, 2017

The Royal Mail Steam Ship, Rhone, sank off the coast of Salt Cay in the British Virgin Islands back in October 1867 during a hurricane. 123 people lost their lives. That wreck is now a popular dive site. The area around the wreck is dedicated as a national park, Rhone National Park. By Jezdrake –…
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EPCOT’s 2017 International Food and Wine Festival is Fast Approaching!

Posted: July 27, 2017

Disney added extra days to the upcoming 2017 International Food and Wine Festival. It is now a record 75 days long to accommodate guests! There is still availability; so contact CaribbeanDays to reserve your stay! In addition to the concert series schedule, we now have the menu! 2017 Epcot Food and Wine Festival The 21st…
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Montserrat, a Spectacular Experience!

Posted: July 27, 2017

How would you like CaribbeanDays to give you an opportunity to witness a spectacular force of nature? We can book your stay on Antigua, Barbuda, or another nearby island so you can fly in to Montserrat to tour the Montserrat Volcano Observatory and safely observe Soufriere Hills volcano’s activity. This is an overwhelming opportunity! Take…
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A Special Recipe from Trinidad and Tabago for Shark Week

Posted: July 26, 2017

For Shark Week, a popular favorite from Trinidad and Tabago is called the Bake and Shark Sandwich. When fishermen come in with their catch, Bake and Shark is made right there on Maracas Beach. It is a popular street food. Trinidad Bake and Shark Makes 4 sandwiches 1-1/2 pounds fresh shark, fileted, skin removed 1…
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The Sci Fi Dine-In Theater at Disney World

Posted: July 26, 2017

The Sci Fi Dine-In Theater in Hollywood Studios at Disney World is a big favorite of mine. It is modeled after retro drive in theaters>, Guests sit “under the stars” in classic cars and watch vintage science fiction movies while dining. The movies clips are unintentionally funny and include “Plan 9 From Outer Space”, the…
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Disney Fun Tidbit

Posted: July 25, 2017

CaribbeanDays can book your Disney adventure so you can enjoy this little Disney secret! Go over to Frontierland, at the lost and found, you will see a wooden leg labeled “Smith”. This is a fun reference to Mary Poppins. In the movie Mary Poppins, Bert and Mary were at Uncle Albert’s home. Bert said: “I…
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Are you feeling adventurous?

Posted: July 25, 2017

Are you feeling adventurous? If so, CaribbeanDays can help you explore Barbados from another perspective! See this tropical paradise from the perspective of a hawksbill or leatherback! Come swim with the sea turtles in Barbados! At the beginning of HDexplorer‘s video (time counter 0:16) you catch a glimpse of a submarine..That is the Atlantis and…
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Fun Disney Tidbit

Posted: July 24, 2017

CaribbeanDays can book your stay so you can go to Hollywood Studios! At Hollywood Studios, in the Muppet 3D room of Muppet Vision, there is a display hanging from the ceiling of “a net, full of Jell-O”. This is a play on words to symbolize Annette Funicello! BTW, this was actually the Beach Boys debute!
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A Unique Experience Awaits You in the Cayman Islands!

Posted: July 24, 2017

One of the most unique experiences the Caribbean Islands offers to guests are stingray encounters. The stingrays gather in two places. One is Stingray City and also The Sandbar of the North Sound in the Cayman Islands. Years ago, fishermen would drop anchor in these shallows of the North Sound to clean their fish. The…
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New Regulation with Drone Use for Caribbean Islands

Posted: July 21, 2017

The Caribbean Islands have a new regulation in place for the use of drones by guests on their stay. Guests can still use them. They do. They have shared great footage with drones. But do to safety measures, a few new steps have been put in place for bringing drones on your stay. CaribbeanDays is…
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Disney Released a Star Wars Land Model for their New Park Expansion

Posted: July 21, 2017

At Disney’s D23 Expo, new footage was released of their new Star Wars Land! CaribbeanDays can take you here! Land model further explained by Cast Member, Imagineer Scott Trowbridge:
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Potcakes Now Being Served at Turks and Caicos!

Posted: July 20, 2017

If you think meeting Jojo at Grace Bay is fun, this beach holds even more excitement! For about 2 hours each day, puppies (with their handlers) roam the beach to meet and greet guests of Grace Bay! It is adorable and the guests love it! Not to worry if you are not a puppy fan;…
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Seeing eye dogs get socialized at Disneyland, California

Posted: July 20, 2017

Seeing eye dogs in training are very often seen in Disneyland. Disney works with this organization by allowing the guide dog trainers to use the park to socialize the seeing eye dogs. It is a great organization that regularly walks them around the park to condition them to stimulation. Here is service dog in training,…
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Disney’s Treasure Island and the Caribbean’s Legacy

Posted: July 19, 2017

July 19, 1950 Disney released their first completely live action film, Treasure Island. The film was based on the novel by Scottish author, Robert Louis Stevenson. 1950 Treasure Island Trailer Several Caribbean Islands claim credit as to having some influence in the creation of the Treasure Island tales, Tobago, Norman Island, and Virgin Gorda. These…
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The Castles of Disney Parks

Posted: July 18, 2017

Our dear friends over at GonePaintin’ will be holding a Disney Themed Summer Camp on August 8th (Hat Tip!). Since I compiled a collection of all the Disney Castles for them, I thought I would also share that with our CaribbeanDays guests! We can book you to see any and all of these castles! The…
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Swimming with the Humpback Whales at Salt Cay

Posted: July 18, 2017

Salt Cay is one of the best kept secrets of the Turks and Caicos Islands. It is only 2.5 square miles but offers real big charm! It’s vintage flavor takes guests back in time to when it was the center of the Bermudian Salt Industry in the late 1600s. The island embraces and nurtures it’s…
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August 2017 Events at Anguilla

Posted: July 17, 2017

There is still time to book a stay with CaribbeanDays at an Anguilla villa to enjoy their August daily events: Anguilla Events, Music & Nightlife 2017 Special Events •Carnival Events •Aug. 2 – Opening Night •Aug. 3 – FLOW Soca Rave •Aug. 4 – Senior & Junior Calypso Monarch Competition •Aug. 5 – South Valley…
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The Firehouse at Disneyland

Posted: July 17, 2017

July 17, 1955, The firehouse in Town Square at Disneyland opened. This firehouse held a little secret. Walt Disney had a private apartment on the second floor. Even today, a lamp burns in the window of that apartment in memoriam at the Disneyland’s firehouse. “The lamp in the window is always on to show his…
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Mrs. Potts and Chip

Posted: July 16, 2017

Did you know Mrs. Potts and Chip from Beauty and the Beast also had an appearance in Tarzan? Shooby doop dobby dop dobby doop dobby dah dah doo dap! CaribbeanDays can take you to the masters of this magic!
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Disney’s Chapeau Hat Shop Has a Secret

Posted: July 15, 2017

Are you familiar with the Chapeau Hat Shop on Disney’s Main Street USA? It has a little secret. There is an old fashion phone on the wall. Most guests think it is just décor. But if you pick up the receiver, you can eavesdrop on a conversation in progress just like the old party lines…
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Jet blast from an airliner departing St. Maarten’s Princess Juliana Airport has claimed a life

Posted: July 14, 2017

This is tragic. Our thoughts and prayers go out to this tourist’s family. Jet Blast At Caribbean Airport Tosses Tourist To Her Death Watching these planes from the Maho Beach in St. Maarten is a fantastic experience. It is a thrill. But this experience needs to happen from sitting on the beach or even from…
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About Disney’s Pluto

Posted: July 14, 2017

Pluto the Pup first appeared in the 1930 Mickey Mouse cartoon The Chain Gang as a bloodhound on the trail of escaped prisoner Mickey Mouse. The bloodhound was adapted as Minnie Mouse’s dog, Rover. His name was later changed to Pluto and his owner to Mickey Mouse, making him Mickey’s best pal. Fun insights by…
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Saba Sea and Learn 2017 Conference – Meet the Experts Series 4

Posted: July 14, 2017

Saba’s 2017 Sea and Learn Conference is annual event taking place this October. If you miss the opportunity for villa rental in Saba, CaribbeanDays is working on making more villas available for this event in St Martin/St. Maarten, which is only a 12 minute flight from Saba. Fourth expert, Gert Kema is a co-founder of…
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Anastasia and Drizella

Posted: July 14, 2017

The walk through area of Cinderalla’s Castle are decorated with mosaics created by Disney Legend, Dorothy Redmond. Two of those mosaics are of Cinderlla’s step sisters, Anastasia and Drizella. The mosaics show one of them with a red face and the other with a green face. Red with Rage and Green with envy! Want an…
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St. George Village Botanical Garden of St. Croix

Posted: July 13, 2017

Would you like to tour the St. George Village Botanical Garden of St. Croix?
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July 13, 1925, Walt Disney marries Lillian Bounds

Posted: July 13, 2017

The following account of how Walt Disney met and married Lillian Bounds is from Diane Disney Miller, daughter of Walt Disney. She is also the founder of The Walt Disney Family Museum® Disney Enterprises, Inc. Walt and Lillian’s anniversary party at Disneyland – WaltsApartment.com In December 1923, Lillian Bounds arrived in Los Angeles from Lewiston,…
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Cinderella Castle Suite

Posted: July 12, 2017

The Cinderella Castle Suite is on the fourth floor of the Castle and has it’s own special elevator. The suite was intended to be an apartment for Walt Disney and his family when they were in Florida. After Walt past on in 1966, the apartment was left unfinished. This space is not large, and can…
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Grace Bay at Turks & Caicos

Posted: July 12, 2017

Grace Bay is located on the island of Providenciales, which is known for having great snorkeling from a number of beaches thanks to shallow reef systems and are ready to be explored almost as soon as you enter the water. Grace Bay is also home to a local dolphin named Jojo. He lost his family…
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The Cinderella Castle Mosaics

Posted: July 11, 2017

The mosaics in Cinderella’s Castle were designed by Disney Legend, Dorothea Redmond, a Disney Imagineer. The Imagineer team along with the mosaic artist, Hanns-Joachim Scharff, completed all five panels in 22 months. There are over 300,000 mosaic pieces with a large array of materials and a 500-color palette. Some of the tiles contain real silver…
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Saba Sea and Learn 2017 Conference – Meet the Experts Series 3

Posted: July 11, 2017

Saba’s 2017 Sea and Learn Conference is annual event taking place this October. If you miss the opportunity for villa rental in Saba, CaribbeanDays is working on making more villas available for this event in St Martin/St. Maarten, which is only a 12 minute flight from Saba. Third expert,Jessica Gilpin is a Marine Biologiest working…
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The Cinderella Castle Clock

Posted: July 10, 2017

Did you know the clock on the Cinderella Castle has the Roman numeral “IIII” instead of “IV”. This is intentional! The “IV” symbol was not used until after the Colonial period. The Disney Imagineers also used the same “IIII” on the clock in front of the American Adventure in Epcot, the clock along the sidewalk…
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The Baths, The Caves, and Devil’s Bay at Virgin Gorda

Posted: July 10, 2017

The Baths on Virgin Gorda are a National Park. They are a 7 acre centerpiece of a dramatic area within a boulder system. This area is also known as Devil’s Bay. The massive boulder system and cave formations was created by volcanic rock. CaribbeanDays can book your stay in Virgin Gorda so you too can…
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Disney Legend Admiral Joe Fowler

Posted: July 9, 2017

Disney Legend, Joe the “Can do” guy Fowler (July 9, 1894 – December 6, 1993) attended the United States Naval Academy and was a graduate from M.I.T. with a master’s degree in naval architecture. He was a rear admiral of the United States Navy, who after his retirement had an important role in overseeing the…
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Disney Legend Ward Kimball – AND One of the Nine Old Men!

Posted: July 8, 2017

Ward Walrath Kimball (March 4, 1914 – July 8, 2002) was a Disney Legend and one of the world famous Nine Old Men. These cast members were the core animators at Disney who created some of Disney’s most famous works, from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs onward to The Rescuers. Walt Disney jokingly called…
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July 7, 2006, Disney released the film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

Posted: July 7, 2017

Fifteen men on the dead man’s chest Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum! Drink and the devil had done for the rest Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum! July 7, 2006, Disney released the film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. It is the second installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean film series…
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Saba Sea and Learn 2017 Conference – Meet the Experts Series 2

Posted: July 7, 2017

Saba’s 2017 Sea and Learn Conference is annual event taking place this October. If you miss the opportunity for villa rental in Saba, CaribbeanDays is working on making more villas available for this event in St Martin/St. Maarten, which is only a 12 minute flight from Saba. Second expert, Adrian Delnevo, will be taking guests…
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Jungle Cruise – Skipper Canteen and the Rock!

Posted: July 6, 2017

You may be familiar with Disney’s Jungle Cruise; but did you know the Skipper Canteen Restaurant is actually a continuation of that experience? The skipper canteen is designed to be the head quarters for the Jungle Cruise captain and the mess hall is where the crew and guests eat pre or post cruise. The back…
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Saba Sea and Learn 2017 Conference – Meet the Experts Series 1

Posted: July 6, 2017

Saba’s 2017 Sea and Learn Conference is annual event taking place this October. If you miss the opportunity for villa rental in Saba, CaribbeanDays is working on making more villas available for this event in St Martin/St. Maarten, which is only a 12 minute flight from Saba. First expert, Mabel Nava, will be holding workshops…
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2017 Epcot Food and Wine Festival is a record 75 days long!

Posted: July 5, 2017

Disney’s upcoming 21st Annual Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, August 31 – November 13, 2017, is a record 75 days long! Look at the line up for the “Eat to the Beat” Concert Series – 2017! 08/31 – 09/01 – Delta Rae 09/02 – 09/03 – The Hooters 09/04 – 09/05 – Baha Men…
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Fun Wildlife on the Caribbean Islands 5 – There is Hope in the Caribbean!

Posted: July 5, 2017

Meet Hope! About ten species of sloths existed in the Greater Antilles and surrounding islands until the first arrival of humans. Many of these species are now extinct. The female sloths were often killed so their young could be taken and sold on blackmarkets. Thanks to the great work of entities like the Sloth Sanctuary…
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The Castle Fireworks at Disney on the 4th of July

Posted: July 4, 2017

Want to see this live July 2018? CaribbeanDays can make that dream come true!
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4th of July and Centennial Celebration On the U.S. Virgin Islands!

Posted: July 4, 2017

4th of July on the U.S. Virgin Islands with Trish Rhodes Steel drummers at St. John’s Carnival 4th of July Celebration ::Awesome! Let’s Dance!:: CaribbeanDays can take your bookings now for July 4, 2018 so you do not miss out on this next year!
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Disney Legend George Bruns

Posted: July 3, 2017

Disney Legend George Bruns, July 3, 1914- May 23, 1983, was a songwriter/composer of Mickey Mouse Club, Sleeping Beauty, Goliath II, Babes in Toyland, 101 Dalmatians, The Absent-Minded Professor, Son of Flubber, The Sword in the Stone, The Ugly Dachshund, Follow Me, Boys!, The Fighting Prince of Donegal, The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin, The Jungle…
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NOAA and the Mapping of the U.S. Virgin Islands

Posted: July 3, 2017

NOAA is an American scientific agency within the United States Department of Commerce that focuses on the conditions of the oceans and the atmosphere. They provide early warning data of weather, charts seas, and guides the use and protection of ocean and coastal resources and conducts research to provide understanding and improve stewardship of the…
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Na’vi River Journey, Pandora — The World of Avatar, Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Posted: June 30, 2017

Na’vi River Journey is a water-based dark ride attraction at Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park in the Walt Disney World Resort. The Na’vi Shaman of Song is an animatronic that hosts the River Journey. She is the most advanced, realistic animatronic ever created by Walt Disney Imagineering. CaribbeanDays can book your stay so you too…
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Diving in the Virgin Islands

Posted: June 30, 2017

The Virgin Islands has some of the coolest diving opportunities. In St. Thomas, one spot is called the Navy Barges. Here, you will find the twin barges that originally housed men’s quarters during WWII. After the war, they were demolished and sunk, creating the ideal habitat for marine life. Trumpet fish, big angelfish, feather dusters…
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Kayak … in the dark!

Posted: June 29, 2017

Did you know at Frenchman’s Reef in St. Thomas there is night time Kayaking? The clear-bottom kayaks are equipped with LED lights that illuminate the water, allowing paddlers to catch glimpses of sea turtles, stingrays, tarpon and colorful fish. CaribbeanDays can book your stay so you can have this experience!
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Disney Legend and Master Planner John Hench

Posted: June 29, 2017

Disney Legend John Hench, June 29, 1908 – February 5, 2004, was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He attended the Art Students’ League in New York City and received a scholarship to Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles. He also attended the California School of Fine Arts in San Francisco and Chouinard Art Institute in…
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Disney’s Grand Floridian Beach Resort Hotel

Posted: June 28, 2017

Disney’s Grand Floridian Beach Resort hotel opened in Walt Disney World, on the west shore of Seven Seas Lagoon on June 28, 1988. It was inspired by the Victorian era beach resorts built along Florida’s east coast during the late 19th century and early 20th century. It’s exterior is modeled after the Mount Washington Resort…
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St. Thomas Synagogue Virgin Islands

Posted: June 28, 2017

After you tour Blackbeard’s Castle come over to see another National Historic Landmark, the Saint Thomas Synagogue. The Saint Thomas Synagogue is a U.S. National Historic Landmark that was built in 1833, and is the second oldest synagogue on United States soil. It also has the longest history of continuous use by a Jewish congregation…
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Disney Collectible Pins

Posted: June 27, 2017

Are you familiar with Disney’s collectible pins? They are limited editions that feature Disney characters, attractions, icons, events, artists and more. Disney guests have made a hobby of collecting and trading these pins. There is one rare pin that CaribbeanDays can assist you in obtaining! It is Mickey going through the Looking Glass. Guests can…
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Blackbeard’s Castle, St. Thomas

Posted: June 27, 2017

The most amazing historic legacy you can tour in St. Thomas is Blackbeard’s Castle. Blackbeard was not a myth, he was a legend. His castle is an historic landmark in St. Thomas and you will hear fascinating stories on this tour. The site was originally known as Skytsborg Tower and was a base for the…
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While visiting St. Lucia, Pirates May be Found!

Posted: June 26, 2017

While on your stay in St. Lucia exploring the rainforest; take a trip over to Saint Vincent and the Piton Mountains which was featured in Disney’s first film, Pirates of the Caribbean! CaribbeanDays can make it a full pirate adventure for you by adding a a Disney stay to your Caribbean adventure. You never know…
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The Colorful Ancient Sentries of St. Lucia’s Rainforest

Posted: June 26, 2017

St. Lucia Rainforest is located within the highland community of Chassin, Babonneau and offers adventures with nature trails, gondolas, and zip lines for exploring the ancient sentries of the forest. The St Lucian parrot, or ‘jacquot’ is an endangered parrot that is only found in St Lucia. It is close to extinction due to rainforest…
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June 23, 1963 – The Enchanted Tiki Room Attraction Opened at Disney

Posted: June 23, 2017

June 23, 1963 – The Enchanted Tiki Room attraction opened in Adventureland at Disneyland. This is the first attraction with sophisticated Audio-Animatronic figures, 225 of them. Click here for our previous post that gives a backstage tour of the Tiki, Tiki Room! CaribbeanDays and book your stay so you too can enjoy the Tiki Tiki…
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Sea and Learn at Saba – Artificial reefs Update

Posted: June 23, 2017

Previously, we posted about the upcoming Sea & Learn conference taking place on Saba in October 2017. One of the calendared workshops will cover the work being done on the on the Saba Coral Nursery project. We have an update on that Coral Nursery project! Here is video of the deployment of the Reef Balls….
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The Man of a Thousand Voices

Posted: June 22, 2017

Disney Legend Paul Frees, June 22, 1920 – November 2, 1986, was known as: Paul Frees, The Man of a Thousand Voices, Solomon Hersh Frees, Solomon Frees, Paul Hersh Frees, and Buddy Green. He was an iconic presence in all of our lives growing up. Everyone is familiar with his work! He was an actor,…
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Historic Exploration in St. Johns, Virgin Islands

Posted: June 22, 2017

CaribbeanDays can book your stay so you can set out and explore this Virgin Island National Park, the Annaberg Sugar Mill Ruins. Guests can set out on a hike back in time to see the ruins of the 18th century. The Annaberg Sugar Mill has the distinction of being the largest, tallest windmill in the…
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June 21, 1988 – Disney Premiered “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”

Posted: June 21, 2017

June 21, 1988 – Radio City Music Hall in New York City premiered the Disney film “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” In Disney’s Echo Lake you can see some offices above the restaurants. One of these offices belongs to the Private Detective, Eddie Valiant, from “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” The outline of Roger can been seen…
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2017 Anguilla Summer Festival

Posted: June 21, 2017

Anguilla has announced their dates for their 2017 Festival. Book your stay now with CaribbeanDays to enjoy the festivities! 2017 Anguilla Summer Festival Schedule August 3 – 13, 2017 Wednesday August 2nd – Opening Night Thursday August 3rd – Flow Soca Rave (Formally Soca Monarch) Friday August 4th – Senior and Junior Calypso Monarch Competition…
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History of the Prince Charming Regal Carousel

Posted: June 20, 2017

~~Some day my prince will come…Some day I’ll find my love…And how thrilling that moment will be…When the prince of my dreams comes to me~~ The Prince Charming Regal Carousel located in Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland was originally built by Italian woodcarvers in 1917 and featured at Olympic Park in Maplewood, New Jersey. When Disney acquired…
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A View of the Virgin Islands from a Bird’s Eye

Posted: June 20, 2017

The U.S. Virgin Islands is a paradise with so much more to offer than the traditional beach vacation. Guests wishing to immerse themselves in a profound cultural experience can enjoy historical tours, culinary encounters, artisan fairs, parades, storytelling and other special presentations. Walking tours on St. Thomas and St. Croix feature the diverse architecture, evidence…
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How a Father Influenced His Son

Posted: June 18, 2017

Walt Disney’s father, Elias, worked as a contractor on the World’s Columbian Exposition after moving his young family to Chicago in the early-1890s. Later, he would build the home on Tripp Avenue where Walt was born in 1901. Prior to that Roy was born there and then later, their sister, Ruth. This home would serve…
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R.I.P Disney Cast Member Stephen Furst

Posted: June 18, 2017

Disney cast member Stephen Nelson Feuerstein, May 8, 1955 – June 17, 2017, played Harold, the leader of the Blue Team, in the 1980 film Midnight Madness, Randy Jensen in Take Down, an alumn in Sorority Boys, and a professor in Going Greek. He also voiced a young Colonel Hathi in Season 2 of Disney’s…
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Dates Announced for Sea & Learn at Saba!

Posted: June 16, 2017

Update on Sea and Learn Saba’s annual Sea & Learn have announced their October festival. Sea & Learn on Saba is a non-profit foundation that brings together the local community, diverse nature experts and visitors to understand the value of preserving, protecting, and sustaining the local natural environment on Saba and worldwide and to educate…
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Tony’s Town Square Restaurant in Disney World

Posted: June 16, 2017

Would you like to eat at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant? CaribbeanDays can book your stay for this reservation! In the back of the restaurant, there is a beautiful three-paned dark blue window, through which you can see the shadowy silhouettes of Lady and the Tramp sharing their late-night meal of spaghetti. Disney’s Lady and the…
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2018 Farm Camp and Bushskills Caribbean Rendezvous

Posted: June 15, 2017

Learn about ridge to reef farming. Four days of workshops in natural crafts, survival techniques, wild crafting, organic farming, and outdoor cooking with farm fresh foods. Each day has a theme that builds up to Sunday’s Bush Chef Cookout event. Book your stay with CaribbeanDays and we can register your attendance for the daily workshops…
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The AquaCell at Disney

Posted: June 15, 2017

Did you know that Disney grows 30 tons of the produce served at many of the Disney World’s restaurants? They even breed a large amount of the fish served at their sea food restaurants. There are several high and low density tanks where Tilapia, Sturgeon, Catfish, Bass, and shrimp are bred. The plants and fish…
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Ooooh, hoop-dee-doo, hoop-dee-doo

Posted: June 14, 2017

~~Ooooh, hoop-dee-doo, hoop-dee-doo…It’s got us higher than a kite…They’re in clover, we’re in bloom…When we’re dancin’ give us room Hoop-de-doin’ it with all of our might~~ June 14, 1974, the vaudeville* style dinner show opens in Pioneer Hall at Fort Wilderness called, Hoop Dee Doo Review. It is one of the longest, continuously running musicals…
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Turks and Caicos Largest Cave Network

Posted: June 14, 2017

Book a stay at Turks and Caicos and tour the largest cave network in the Middle Caicos. The caves on Middle Caicos form the largest cave network in the Bahamian archipelago. These limestone caves are the largest in the Caicos Islands. They continue underground for great distances and some believe there are tunnels that reach…
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Tri Circle D Ranch at Disney World

Posted: June 13, 2017

Disney has a working ranch! Tri-Circle-D Ranch is operated by Cast Members that belong to the Disney Animal Programs team. The Tri-Circle-D Ranch is located in Fort Wilderness. Walt Disney loved horses and was an avid polo player. There is a room in the stables dedicated to Walt Disney’s love of horses with the history…
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A Dream Experience CaribbeanDays can Make a Reality

Posted: June 13, 2017

“A horse is the projection of peoples’ dreams about themselves – strong, powerful, beautiful – and it has the capability of giving us escape from our mundane existence.” – Pam Brown, Australian poet Horseback riding on a Caribbean Island is a dream experience. Booking a stay in Anguilla will make that dream experience a reality….
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The Island That Time Forgot

Posted: June 12, 2017

Salt Cay is truly an example of an ‘island time forgot’. Donkeys, the ancestors of which use to pull carts for salt production, now roam freely all over the island. There are no paved roads and very few cars. Remnants of the salt salinas and windmill foundations remain. The island is currently home to about…
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June 12, 1928 – A Disney Legend was Born

Posted: June 12, 2017

On June 12, 1928, a Disney Legend was born, Richard Morton Sherman. You may not know his name; but you do know the work he and his brother Robert (together known as the Sherman Brothers) have done! The Sherman Brothers were the Disney cast members who wrote greats like “The Bear Necessities”, “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”, “It’s a…
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R.I.P Disney Cast Member Adam West

Posted: June 10, 2017

It is with a heavy heart we say goodbye to Disney Cast Member William West Anderson, always known as Adam West, September 19, 1928- June 9, 2017. He is best known for his role as Batman on the ABC series of Batman as well as the 1966 feature film. His was also known for voice…
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Disney’s First Silly Symphony

Posted: June 10, 2017

June 10, 1929, Disney debuted their first Silly Symphone, “The Skeleton Dance”. Book your adventure on a Disney Destination.
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Cayman Turtle Farm

Posted: June 9, 2017

When you book your stay with CaribbeanDays in the Cayman; you will have the opportunity to visit the Cayman Turtle Farm! The Cayman Turtle Farm is a conservation facility and tourist attraction located in the West Bay district of the Cayman Islands. It is used for raising the endangered Green Sea Turtle Thank you for…
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June 9, 2006 – Disney Released the film Cars

Posted: June 9, 2017

June 9, 2006 – Disney Released the film Cars The movie’s original working title was Route 66. But the title was changed to Cars to prevent confusion with the 1960 television show which was named Route 66. The film Cars was dedicated to cast member Joe Ranft, who died in a car accident 2005. Cars…
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A Magical Runway

Posted: June 7, 2017

In the early ’70s, Disney World had a runway where Mouse One use to land. Even a few small craft passenger planes used this runway for a short time. But that runway held Disney magic. The pavement was grooved to literally play “When you wish upon a star” when driven over at roughly 45 miles…
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Journey to a Hidden Island

Posted: June 7, 2017

There is a gorgeous, remote island just off of St. Thomas, Water Island is known for its rugged beauty and spectacular views and only has a population of 200. The island has no hotels, taxis, gas stations, shops, nor a main town. At almost 500 acres, Water Island is the smallest island in the main…
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Stress Free Majestic Paradise

Posted: June 6, 2017

Do you need a break from the daily updates of Trump’s Twitter account, Hillary’s emails, terror attacks and Russians under the bed? How about a remote island in the Caribbean with views of this? CaribbeanDays can bring you to a nice villa in St. Lucia where you can take in a majestic wonder land at…
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A Thank You to All That Serve

Posted: June 6, 2017

June 6, 1944 is Allied D-Day. Operation Overlord was the largest seaborne invasion in history to liberate the German-occupied Europe from Nazi control. The password needed to receive naval briefings during this time was “Mickey Mouse”. – United Press item, datelined London, on June 8, 1944. Mickey Mouse, as well as all of us cast…
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Disney Vacation – Did You Know?

Posted: June 5, 2017

Planning a family trip to Disney? Traveling with young children? Did you know you can send boxes to yourself to a Disney resort up to 10 days before you arrive? Do not worry about packing enough large items like diapers, toys and formula for your entire trip. As soon as you are exactly ten days…
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Hack the Pack! Packing tips and tricks

Posted: June 5, 2017

Suitcase packing tips by CaribbeanDays. -Choose plain fabric clothing so they can easily be mixed and matched. -Choose footware that is comfortable for sight seeing. -Never store your personal travel documents in your checked luggage. Keep them on your person. -Store Earrings (and hair accessories) in pill containers, tackle box organizer, or bead box. -Cover…
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CaribbeanDays Stands in Support with the United Kingdom

Posted: June 4, 2017

Prayers and support to London for the tragic events. We are proud and support Disney’s cast member Ariana Grande for going on with the concert today! She appeared and performed in the Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade in 2014 and 2015, as well as the 2014 Radio Disney Music Awards. She also performed Zero to…
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Be Our Guest!

Posted: June 3, 2017

Be our guest Be our guest Put our service to the test Tie your napkin ’round your neck, Cherie And we provide the rest! Have you ever eaten at the Be Our Guests restaurant in Magic Kingdom? Did you notice the angels on the ceiling? The Imagineers that designed Be Our Guests all brought in…
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CaribbeanDays.Net Golf Directory

Posted: June 2, 2017

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CaribbeanDays.Com Golf Directory

Posted: June 2, 2017

Barbados Barbados Golf and Country Club Ph: 246 428 8463 This Ron Kirby design was the island’s first public championship course when it reopened in September 2000. Rockley Golf Course Ph: 246 435 7873 A pleasant nine hole course located in the southeastern tip of the island among villas, tennis courts and swimming pools. Royal…
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Meet and Greet Oswald! Do you know who he is?

Posted: June 1, 2017

June 1, 1924 – Walt Disney offers Ub Iwerks a job to come and work with him. Ub initially turned down the offer since he was already working for a film advertising company. Ub was considered to be Walt Disney’s oldest friend and did join him as chief animator. Ub Iwerks created a cartoon named…
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Fairytale Cottage in a Natural Paradise

Posted: June 1, 2017

I personally tend to shy away from commercialized destinations. I was the eco traveler before it was labeled with that word. This is my destination, Saba. It is literally nicknamed, “unspoiled queen of the Caribbean”. You’ll find no franchises here. Local run bars and restaurants, mountains and rainforest trails to hike, world-acclaimed dive sites, breathtaking…
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Disney Legend Johnny Depp

Posted: May 31, 2017

~~”Well, I have my immortal soul. At least, I’m pretty sure I didn’t misplace it somewhere along the way.”~~ Johnny Depp was named a Disney Legend in 2015. Johnny Depp’s Disney roles include Ed Wood, Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean, J.M. Barrie in Finding Neverland, Tarrant Hightopp in Alice in Wonderland,…
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Baths at Virgin Gorda Inspired R.L. Stevenson, Let them Inspire You!

Posted: May 31, 2017

The some sources claim that the Baths at Virgin Gorda contributed to the inspiration of Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island,” in addition to Norman Island. The Baths are a geological wonder comprised of unusually shaped granite boulders as large as 40 feet in diameter. These beautiful formations are a result of molten lava trickling into…
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Happy Anniversary Finding Nemo!

Posted: May 30, 2017

May 30, 2003, Disney released the animated Disney-Pixar feature film Finding Nemo to theaters in the US. The film, Finding Nemo, inspired an entire attraction at EPCOT’s Futureworld, “The Seas with Nemo and Friends”. Within this attraction is a display called Turtle Talk with Crush the sea turtle. Guests enter a movie theater-like room featuring…
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Barbados Wildlife Reserve, Saint Peter, Barbados

Posted: May 30, 2017

After booking your stay at one of CaribbeanDays villas in Barbados; ensure the Barbados Wildlife Reserve is on your list of things to see. The Barbados Wildlife Reserve in Saint Peter, Barbados is 4 acres within a mahogany forest. It was created by the founders of the Barbados Primate Research Center, Jean and Susanne Baulu…
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CaribbeanDays wants you to explore the oldest cathedral – burial cavern

Posted: May 29, 2017

The Fountain Caverns has recently received National Parks status with unesco.org. You can now see the Fountain Caverns that is also the oldest cathedral in the New World. Book your stay with CaribbeanDays to experience this new opportunity! Ceremonial Priest performing ritual at Fountain National Park and Archaeologists Fountain Cavern bears exceptional testimony to cultural…
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CaribbeanDays Remembers All that Serve

Posted: May 29, 2017

Blue Angels 2017 Flyover at Walt Disney World
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May 28, 1966 – It’s a Small World Opened in Disneyland

Posted: May 28, 2017

May 28, 1966, the It’s a Small World attraction opened in Fantasyland at Disneyland. The attraction has over 500 singing dolls and effects. It’s a Small World actually first debuted at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. The logo portion of the entry ticket actually states: April 22, 1964 – opening day “A salute to…
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Transfer Light Years Away to an Other Worldly Experience!

Posted: May 27, 2017

Kaltxi, ma Tsmuk! Oel ngati Kameie Na’vi for ” Hello my brothers/sisters! I see who you are inside” Welcome to Pandora Land from CaribbeanDays! Pandora Land at Walt Disney’s Animal Kingdom opens TODAY, May 27, 2017! CaribbeanDays can bring you there for this grand opening! Stay at a savanna view room at Disney’s Animal Kingdom…
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Pirates of the Caribbean and the Devil’s Triangle

Posted: May 26, 2017

Pirates of the Caribbean, Dead Men Tell No Tales opens in theatres today, May 26, 2017! Captain Jack Sparrow finds the winds of ill-fortune blowing even more strongly when deadly ghost pirates led by his old nemesis, the terrifying Captain Salazar (Bardem), escape from the Devil’s Triangle, determined to kill every pirate at sea, including…
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In the Tiki, Tiki, Tiki room

Posted: May 25, 2017

Well, you won’t see lorikeets in the tiki room; but you will hear Thurl Ravenscroft! 1963, Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room opened to the public. The Tiki Room was unlike anything seen before. It was a technological marvel that used state-of-the-art computers to create characters that talked, moved and even breathed in a lifelike way….
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St. Thomas holds a showcase of creatures from the Caribbean Sea

Posted: May 25, 2017

CaribbeanDays can bring you up close and personal to a showcase of creatures from the Caribbean Sea. St. Thomas is home to the most unique Aquarium I have ever seen. is a recipient of the EPA Environmental Quality Award and has been in existence since 1970. It is 5 acres of ocean park that consists…
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Monstro, I’ve heard of him!

Posted: May 24, 2017

“That Monstro, I’ve heard of him! He’s a whale of a whale! Why, he swallows whole ships, alive!” ―Jiminy Cricket In Disney’s Pinocchio, the animators of Monstro were inspired by Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, the sperm whale! The voice of Monstro was by Disney Legend, Thurl Ravenscroft. Thurl Ravenscroft may be more commonly recognized by…
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The Caribbean is known as a Whale Watching Capital

Posted: May 24, 2017

The Caribbean is known as a Whale Watching Capital. CaribbeanDays can arrange for your opportunity to observe these majestic creatures living their lives in their natural habit in their natural habitat. The most commonly sighted species are: •the pantropical spotted dolphin Stenella attenuata •the Fraser’s Dolphin, Lagenodelphis hosei •the bottlenose dolphin •short-finned pilot whale •as…
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You Will Be Missed Sir Roger George Moore

Posted: May 23, 2017

Thoughts and prayers for the family and friends of Sir Roger George Moore, lovingly known as Bond, James Bond. Roger Moore was a guest on Disney’s Muppet Show.
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Hearts and Prayers are with Victims of Manchester

Posted: May 23, 2017

All of us with CaribbeanDays are horrified and deeply saddened over the Manchester attack. Our thoughts and prayers to the victims, their families and everyone affected. The British Overseas Territories in the Caribbean, sometimes abbreviated to BWI, are now the British Overseas Territories in the Caribbean, Anguilla, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Turks and Caicos Islands…
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Atlantis by Disney

Posted: May 22, 2017

Speaking of Atlantis; Disney created a film Atlantis: The Lost Empire that has an interesting production story. Disney cast members are notorious for doing extensive research for the creation of their works. The cast members traveled 800 feet underground in New Mexico’s Carlsbad Caverns to view the subterranean trails which would serve as a model…
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Atlantis and the Underwater Journey

Posted: May 22, 2017

Barbados has one of the most unique tours I have ever seen. The Atlantis in Barbados will take you on an underwater journey! The Atlantis is submarine tour that takes you 152 feet Under The Sea to view corals, sunken ships, treasures, and fish through large viewports. Ren Gaming has taken this journey and shared…
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Virtual Tour of Steve Martin’s Recently Sold Villa

Posted: May 19, 2017

Actor, comedian, Disney Legend Steve Martin recently sold his villa in St. Barts. There is still a virtual tour available for this villa: Did you know that Disney Legend Steve Martin started his career working at Disneyland selling guidebooks and working in Merlin’s Magic Shop!
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Your Once Upon a Time Starts Here!

Posted: May 18, 2017

There is a place where storybook dreams become fairy tale realities. Where world-class settings create the perfect backdrops for a romantic honeymoon. A place where magic makes anything possible. Where every day is a new adventure and every night is a ball. That place, is Walt Disney World Resorts, the place where dreams come true….
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Crystal Wonders by Mother Nature

Posted: May 18, 2017

Deep in the tropical forest in the Northside of Grand Cayman lies Mother Nature’s best kept eco-attraction. The Crystal Caves. Single drops of water and time have created jewel like stalactites and stalagmites that are just breath taking. Reserve your villa stay at Grand Cayman and you will take in the wonders that Jim Spangenberg…
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Visit a World Beyond Belief!

Posted: May 17, 2017

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WHERE THERE IS A SEA THERE ARE PIRATES

Posted: May 17, 2017

WHERE THERE IS A SEA THERE ARE PIRATES Even though the Pirates are currently being held hostage, the Cayman Islands have announced the dates for the 2017 Pirates Week National Festival! The Cayman Islands’ National Pirates Week Festival for 2017 will be held November 9 – 13! Housing for the event is being arranged by…
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Pirates Have the Pirates Hostage!

Posted: May 16, 2017

The new age Pirates are holding the Disney Pirates of the Caribbean for ransom! Yes, I am calling the hackers pirates because the most infamous hackers’ group identifies with the flag of Captain Jack Rackham: Flag of Jack Rackham Flag of an infamous hacker group And no, I have no knowledge as to which hacker…
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Bruce and the Caribbean Coral Reef

Posted: May 16, 2017

At Disney’s EPCOT Attraction you can tour the Caribbean Coral Reef Aquarium at Bruce’s SeaBase. Fun Disney tidbit about Bruce! Bruce is a great white shark in “Finding Nemo”. He is named after the villainous great white shark from Jaws. In the Jaws film, the shark has no given name; but the shark models used…
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St. Lucia, the Pirates of the Caribbean and a Unicorn

Posted: May 15, 2017

Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent, and the Piton Mountains were featured in Disney’s first film, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.’ This natural arch at Marigot Bay is the site in which Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow sees the hanging skeletons of captured pirates. Meanwhile, Saint Lucia’s most famous sunken ship,…
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Hot off the Press

Posted: May 13, 2017

Sir Paul McCartney shared a photo of himself in Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean, Dead Men Tell No Tales. #PiratesLife pic.twitter.com/9GXS5QB931 — Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) May 13, 2017 In addition, exclusive theme music has become available: Dead Men Tell No Tales is released on May 26, 2017. Book a Pirates Stay with CaribbeanDays!
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Caribbean Taste at the 2017 International Food and Wine Festival

Posted: May 12, 2017

Disney World’s 2017 International Food and Wine Festival is set for it’s longest run, August 31 through November 13. It is a fantastic culinary experience with celebrity chefs, premium events, Eat to the Beat concerts, and more. One of the popular culinary presentations that has been a presence at the Food and Wine Festival for…
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Kaltxi, ma Tsmuk! Welcome to Pandora Land from CaribbeanDays!

Posted: May 11, 2017

Oel ngati Kameie Na’vi for “I see who you are inside” Pandora Land at Walt Disney’s Animal Kingdom opens May 27, 2017! CaribbeanDays can bring you there for this grand opening! Stay at a savanna view room at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge and maybe you will catch a glimpse of Shenzi! Disney’s cast member, Whoopi…
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Pirate’s of the Republic of the Caribbean, CaribbeanDays, Disney and YOU!

Posted: May 10, 2017

May 26, 2017 is the release of Disney’s latest “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”. Disney’s Pirate franchise has been very successful. The storylines are not just fairytales being told. The storylines were inspired from actual legends and historic events! CaribbeanDays can now take you on an entire pirate experience. We can…

Fun Wildlife on the Caribbean Islands 4

Posted: May 9, 2017

Previous: Fun Wildlife on the Caribbean Islands 3 Fun Wildlife on the Caribbean Islands 2 Fun Wildlife on the Caribbean Islands 1 When is a chicken not a chicken? When it is a frog! This frog is actually called a Mountain Chicken because it is a prized delicacy in the Caribbean. The mountain chicken has…
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A Challenging Adventure is Available from CaribbeanDays!

Posted: May 8, 2017

Adventurers! How would you like to hike up a volcano into a cloudy mist? CaribbeanDays will set up your stay in Martinique or St. Lucia where you can take a ferry to Morne Trois Pitons, Dominica! The island is very mountainous and very little flat ground exists. The mountain is one of the most exciting…
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Fun Wildlife on the Caribbean Islands 3

Posted: May 5, 2017

Previous: Fun Wildlife on the Caribbean Islands 2 Fun Wildlife on the Caribbean Islands You may know the name basilisk from Harry Potter in reference to the basilisk snake. But did you know there really is a basilisk reptile? In the Caribbean, the basilisk lizard can be found. The basilisk lizards is often commonly referred…
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CaribbeanDays Wants You To See the World’s ONLY Conch Farm

Posted: May 4, 2017

CaribbeanDays offers an unique opportunity to bring guests to the only conch farm in the world. Book a villa stay on the islands of Turks and Caicos in able to tour the Caicos Conch Farm. The Caicos Conch Farm offers a biological overview of the technology and methods developed during their 33 years of cultivating…
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The Butterfly Farm in the Caribbean

Posted: May 3, 2017

“Just living is not enough,” said the butterfly, “one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower.” ~Hans Christian Andersen St. Martin was the location of the first butterfly farm. Now there are many throughout the islands. CaribbeanDays can help you find a villa stay accessible to The Butterfly Farm in St. Martin, as well…
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Official sea turtle nesting time has started in the Caribbean

Posted: May 2, 2017

Have you ever experienced seeing sea turtles come onto the beach to dig their nests? CaribbeanDays can set you in a prime villa location where you can experience this fantastic event. Thousands of female sea turtles emerge from the ocean to lay their eggs. The Caribbean Islands has been a location for these nesting habitats…
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Fun Wildlife on the Caribbean Islands 2

Posted: May 1, 2017

Part 1: Fun Wildlife on the Caribbean Islands The solenodon is a fascinating creature because it delivers poison just as a snake does; using its teeth as a syringe to inject the venom into its prey. Not a lot is known about these unusual mammals. There are only two solenodon species. Both are only found…
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The Caribbean is a Botanical Wonderland!

Posted: April 28, 2017

Are you a gardening enthusiasts? Beautiful tropical Caribbean gardens, vibrant flora and colorful flowering trees such as the flamboyant (aka flame tree), frangipane and trumpet trees. Bougainvillea in a multitude of colors thrive on many islands, as does the hibiscus, allamanda, jasmine, the desert rose, flamingo flower, ginger, ixora, the bird of paradise and oleander….
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Founding Father Alexander Hamilton – Did you know?

Posted: April 28, 2017

Alexander Hamilton (January 11, 1755 or 1757 – July 12, 1804) one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. Did you know that he was born on Nevis and raised on St. Croix in the Caribbean? Saint Kitts and Nevis were among the first islands in the Caribbean to be settled by Europeans. Saint…
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Fun Wildlife on the Caribbean Islands

Posted: April 27, 2017

The Caribbean is home to both indigenous species as well as invasive species of animals who either came in from South America or were brought in by Europeans. Some of theses animals can’t be found anyplace else in the world and are quite unusual. We will periodically update you with introductions to some of the…
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Saint Lucia’s First Summer Festival 2017

Posted: April 26, 2017

Saint Lucia‘s First Summer Festival 2017 Saint Lucia has launched it’s first Summer of Festivals! Saint Lucia has outstanding artistic talent and rich cultural heritage. Book your vacation now to enjoy Saint Lucia’s Jazz Festival, Carnival or Jounen Kwéyòl. Tickets are limited for some events. So do not wait! Events featured; but are not limited…
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Pirate François “Peg Leg” Le Clerc and the Cursed Spanish Treasure

Posted: April 25, 2017

Pirate François “Peg Leg” Le Clerc and the Cursed Spanish Treasure It is no wonder that Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean is such a successful franchise. The stories depicted are actually based on historic accountings as well as existing legends. In the Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Captain Barbossa and…
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It’s just like living in a birder’s paradise!

Posted: April 24, 2017

It’s just like living in a birder’s paradise! The Caribbean Islands are home to the most beautiful birds in the world. You do not have to be a professional twitcher trying to satiate their life book. The bird life is so abundant that even the casual observer can appreciate the color and vocalization of the…
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CaribbeanDays, Wants You to See, Under the Sea!

Posted: April 21, 2017

Under The Sea! Under The Sea!; CaribbeanDays, Wants You to See, Under the Sea! The Caribbean Reef region extends from The Bahamas in the north through the Caribbean Sea proper and along the Northeast coast of South America. It includes the waters of the Greater and Lesser Antilles. The more shallow areas of the reefs…
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Making Phone Calls from Your Caribbean Island Vacation

Posted: April 20, 2017

Making phone calls from your island vacation varies with steps from island to island. But your travel advisors at CaribbeanDays will be able to advise you every step of the way! First step is once you have your vacation booked; contact your wireless carrier. There are wireless service providers that already provide service on the…
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You Are Invited to Celebrate “A Centennial Commemoration for V.I.’s 65th Carnival

Posted: April 19, 2017

You are invited to celebrate “A Centennial Commemoration for V.I.’s 65th Carnival Celebration” Enjoy music, dancing and V.I. Carnival foods! Housing arrangements provided by CaribbeanDays.com St. Thomas, Virgin Islands CARNIVAL SCHEDULE 2017 Contact CaribbeanDays.com to arrange a luxury villa for your stay!
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It’s Carnival Time!

Posted: April 18, 2017

CaribbeanDays Invites You To the Virgin Island’s Carnival The Carnival is one of the most anticipated events in the Virgin Islands. Celebrations with dancing, singing, parades, pageantry, music, drinks, food, friends and fun. The Carnival is much more than a large party. It is an exposition of culture and a treasured tradition that is passed…
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Pirates Republic of the Caribbean

Posted: April 17, 2017

A number of great pirates, including; Edward “Blackbeard” Teach, “Black Sam” Bellamy, and Calico Jack Rackham, were inspired by notions of self government and established a crude; but, distinctive form of democracy in the Caribbean that came to be known as the “Pirates Republic”. Even though the Pirate’s Code were considered more of a guideline;…
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CaribbeanDays offers Adventure in the Cayman!

Posted: April 14, 2017

Are you fascinated with exploring sunken ships for buried treasure? CaribbeanDays wants to introduce you to the history of the Cayman Islands! One of the most told stories in the islands history is the story of “The Wreck of the Ten Sails”. Legend says that one night in November, 1788, the “Cordelia”, the lead ship…
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The Caribbean, a Place of Legends, Adventures and History!

Posted: April 12, 2017

The Caribbean, a Place of Legends, Adventures and History! Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island is an adventure story of pirates. It has become one of the most retold stories in history. And this tale of Treasure Island was real! On November 13, 1750, fifty chests of treasure that had been stolen from a Spanish galleon…
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Let CaribbeanDays Take You Here

Posted: April 11, 2017

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CaribbeanDays CAN bring you to the Dead Man’s Chest!

Posted: April 10, 2017

Fifteen men on the dead man’s chest Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum! Drink and the devil had done for the rest Yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum! Did you know that the Dead Man’s Chest was real? It is an uninhabited island that has no fresh water or trees and only sparse vegetation. It…
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The Carry On Bag vs. Suitcase

Posted: April 7, 2017

When traveling, the carry on bag usually stays with you rather than checking it into baggage. The follow are a list of items that is a good idea to keep in the carry on bag vs. packing in the suitcase. – Passport/visa(s), Personal ID – Credit card(s) – Health insurance card – Travel insurance info…
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Be Assured when Traveling Insured

Posted: April 5, 2017

CaribbeanDays.com has booked a beautiful dream vacation at a luxury villa; but, did you considered travel insurance? Do you know the benefits of travel insurance? Allow CaribbeanDays to protect that well earned vacation! Whether it’s health insurance, homeowners insurance, or car insurance, we buy insurance to cover us if and when life’s unexpected events happen. Travel insurance is…
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CaribbeanDays Wants to Bring You to the legend of Atlantis!

Posted: April 3, 2017

Ever hear of Atlantis? Is it a legend? Did it exist? Atlantis was a mid-Atlantic continent that suddenly sunk into the ocean. Cite: History.com The idea that Atlantis was an actual historical place, and not just a legend invented by Plato, didn’t surface until the late 19th century. In his 1882 book, “Atlantis, the Antediluvian…
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Can’t Get to the Caribbean This Easter? Here is a Free Taste!

Posted: March 31, 2017

If CaribbeanDays.com can’t take you to the Caribbean this Easter, here is a free taste of what you are missing! The Caribbean is famous for various fried foods sold at street side stands and grills. This shrimp and potato fritter recipe is a mixture of shrimp, munster cheese, and potato – perfect to start off…
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CaribbeanDays Welcomes You To Celebrate Easter!

Posted: March 31, 2017

Have you ever spent Easter in the Caribbean? CaribbeanDays would love to make that possible! As the second biggest religious celebration, Easter is a big deal across the Caribbean. A church, chapel or cathedral denotes every village, town and city. Every celebration of Easter in the Caribbean includes imaginative pepper-scattered fish dishes that grace every table on…
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Davy Jone’s Locker

Posted: March 30, 2017

Ever hear of Davy Jones Locker? You may be familiar with the term from the Disney franchise, Pirates of the Caribbean. But what is it really? Davy Jones’ Locker is a dimension to which souls are claimed by the sea, or devoured by the Kraken, were sent – according to myth. It is like the…
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Traveling to the Caribbean with Pets and Service Animals By CaribbeanDays.com

Posted: March 30, 2017

CaribbeanDays.com is Available to Assist when Traveling with Pets and Service Animals!Ready to plan a vacation with CaribbeanDays.com ? Will you be traveling with Pets or a Certified Service Animal? Here are some tips from CaribbeanDays.com to help you prepare.ANGUILLA Pets are allowed to enter with a permit. At least six months prior to your…
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Preparing for your Vacation

Posted: March 28, 2017

Pay off your bills before you leave or schedule automatic payments for your bills to avoid incurring any late fees. Sort through your wallet and remove items you don’t need for your trip. Make copies of important items. Make photo copies of your passport, driver’s license and credit cards in case you lose them….
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The Pirate Code

Posted: March 28, 2017

Was there a real Pirate Code? The code is more what you’ld call “guidelines” than actual rules. The pirate code was developed from ship’s articles found on some pirate ships. There was no written Pirate Codex as portrayed in Pirates of the Caribbean, at World’s End. The Code refers to the Ship’s Articles and some…
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Mermaids

Posted: March 28, 2017

In the Caribbean, mermaids were known as Aycayía. Her attributes relate to the goddess Jagua, and the hibiscus flower of the majagua tree Hibiscus tiliaceus. When European sailors first made it to the Caribbean, they encountered an unknown creature that looked like a mermaid from the waist down. From the midsection up, they look more…
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Lusca Monster

Posted: March 28, 2017

Lusca Monster Pirates of the Caribbean fans know of the Kraken. But the giant squid like creature of the Caribbean is actually known as the Lusca. The legend of the Lusca Monster that was said to be attacking swimmers and divers was investigated by Jeremy Wade, the host of the television series River Monsters, in…
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Smart and Safe Travel can be stress free

Posted: August 23, 2016

We all can’t wait to get away from the daily grind, the stress and pressures of our lives and work. We must remember that we cannot let our guard down and become a victim of crime. Crime exists everywhere, on every island and in every city. Sure, some places more and some places less. Here…
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Our first stop on the Caribbean Tour

Posted: July 15, 2016

Since I have not written a blog in quite a while, I thought I would start up by writing a small piece about each island. I have traveled to all of them and I am going to put a more personal touch to them from my viewpoint. I will start with Anguilla. It is great…
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Repeat Guests Save More

Posted: May 11, 2016

CaribbeanDays is proud of their ever growing client database. We feel it’s time to thank our clients with a promotion targeted specifically to St Martin repeats guests We are extending a limited time promotion through this low season 2016, offering a 15% discount with a $250 Concierge Credit for the villas outlined below and available exclusively…
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St Martin and Barbados Offer 5% Discount

Posted: April 21, 2016

Ready for a vacation to St Martin or Barbados? Reserve your travel dates by May 15, 2016 and received a 5% discount on a villa rental. Not sure where to stay? Ask us! We will be happy to find the best vacation home for your stay! Valid on new reservations only. Valid on travel to…
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Anguilla – Upcoming Events

Posted: April 14, 2016

MOON SPLASH, one of the Caribbean’s best and liveliest music festivals. Kicks off on Anguilla’s beautiful Rendezvous Bay beach from April 21 – 24, 2016. Now in its 26th year, the festival was founded and is still hosted annually by Anguilla’s own Bankie Banx, known as “the Anguillan Bob Dylan,” whose music style combines reggae,…
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Fun Boat Trips to the BVI and USVI

Posted: April 8, 2016

This is a fantastic boat that offers a fun trip to the BVI and USVI. The layout of the boat is great with lots of space to relax and plenty of shade for a long day out on the water. Jost Boat VI Another company that guests enjoy is Fury Charters. This is a great…
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Helpful Information for St John Vehicle Rental

Posted: March 31, 2016

Some great tips from one of our St John villa owners…. I hope the following information will assist you “newbie’s” as well as past guests that now consider Bordo Mare and Sopra Mare home! Car Rentals For years the single most frequent asked question to me is “Where should I rent a car?” I believe I might have…
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$250 Concierge Credit for St Martin Villas

Posted: March 23, 2016

Guests traveling during low season to the St Martin villas listed below will enjoy a $250 concierge credit. You can use this credit toward a massage, a day on a boat or a chef for dinner. Making now, the perfect time to reserve your stay! Offer Valid on new bookings of 7 nights or more…
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Anquilla Arrival Made Easy

Posted: March 15, 2016

Seaborne Airlines now offers non-stop flights between San Juan International Airport (SJU) and Anquilla’s International Airport. Passengers can use Seaborne Airlines for seamless connections with partner airlines. Flights will also be marketed by American Airlines and Jet Blue via codeshare, additional connecting partners include Air Europe, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines. Seaborne’s service to…
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Famously Fun Activities in the Caribbean!

Posted: March 9, 2016

If you are planning a family vacation to the Caribbean this year, be sure to arrange activities that create those once-in-a-lifetime memories that will have the kids reminiscing for generations to come! The Caribbean offers an abundance of water sports along breathtaking beaches and waterways. With so many choices, here are a few unique opportunities…
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Tijon Offers Unique Experience on St Martin

Posted: March 2, 2016

Tijon, A boutique parfumerie that offers the unique opportunity to make your own perfume or cologne. Headquartered in St Martin. Tijon also specializes in their own line of handcrafted fragrances. A fun stop for a afternoon on St Martin. http://tijon.com/
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Helpful Zika Information

Posted: February 16, 2016

We have had a few guests inquire for information regarding Zika. When you are on island please use common practices for insect prevention as if you were at home. Citronella candles for sitting outside on decks, patios, porches or yards. Use a insect repellent and wear long sleeve clothing. Both should greatly help in keeping…
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Christmas in Saint Lucia

Posted: December 18, 2015

Instead of a log fireplace in the snow belt, celebrate the holidays on a white sandy beach on the Caribbean Island of Saint Lucia. Like everywhere in the world, families and friends gather together to observe the holidays and traditions of the season. An annual tradition on the island, the “Festival of Light and Renewal”…
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How to Vacation in St. Martin like a Pro

Posted: November 19, 2015

St. Martin (French) and St. Maarten (Dutch) share a Caribbean Island which is 37 square miles with lovely beaches and gorgeous views. Having visited the island for the past 28 years I have seen many changes and island growth. One of my favorite spots on the island is Simpson Bay Beach. It is located on…
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St. Martin, a look at yesterday and today!

Posted: November 18, 2015

The Caribbean Islands are full of sunny days, warm nights and a cultural flare like no other vacation destination. With two complimenting cultures on one island, St. Martin is a great place to start exploring the Caribbean. Steeped in rich history, the antics and politics of the island’s past and present show great perseverance and…
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Why we love Petite Plage 5

Posted: November 3, 2015

Petite Plage 5, is one of our favorite villas here at CaribbeanDays. Why? Location. It’s situated on the beach of a protected cove of Grand Case with turquoise water and soft sand. Walk out of the villa and lounge in the sand or easily swim, snorkel, or get involved in water sport activities like water…
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The CaribbeanDays Effect on Your Vacation

Posted: October 15, 2015

Island Time…we would all like to live our lives on Island Time. Here in the U.S. that is just not possible. One place it is possible…The Caribbean. Each and every island that CaribbeanDays offers has their very own way of living on “island time.” Making a reservation with CaribbeanDays to get away to the Caribbean…
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USVI Hotel Tax Increase

Posted: October 15, 2015

USVI Governor, Kenneth Mapp signed new budget bills last week that increase the hotel tax for villa and hotel stays. The tax increases were approved by the USVI Legislature during it’s recent session. The new tax of 12.5% is effective now for all stays with travel dates of January 1, 2016 forward. This new tax…
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Ultimate Family Villas In St. Martin: Top Choice Family Villas In The Caribbean

Posted: September 22, 2015

Holiday in Saint Martin means final leisure and unlimited fun. The co-existence of 2 various cultures in St Martin for over 350 years has added to the island’s attractions. The northern side of the island is occupied by the French, while the southern part belongs to the Dutch. However the best thing is that travelers…
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See What Your Customers Think – A CaribbeanDays Testimonial

Posted: August 16, 2015

Watch as she talks about how she discovered CaribbeanDays and her experience with us! Call us at 1-800-942-6725 to book your dream vacation!
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Top Wedding Villas In St. John: Romance and Luxury At Its Finest

Posted: July 16, 2015

A Caribbean marriage on a beach is certainly a passionate and unique idea. Couples selecting St. John enjoy the calmness of a miniscule, remote island and the natural sweetness of untouched Mother Nature. It provides a private location for a personal marriage concerning good friends and relations. Because it’s a renounced marriage location and a…
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Best Beach Villas in St Martin: Your Luxurious Home Away From Home In The Caribbean

Posted: July 14, 2015

St Martin is one out of the four states that forms the Kingdom of Holland. It happens to be one of the most exciting Caribbean vacation destinations. This island provides its holiday makers the opportunity to enjoy three characteristic cultures on one 37 square mile island. One can experience the resulting holiday by comforting on…
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Best Beach Villas in Barbados: The Ultimate Caribbean Living Experience

Posted: July 13, 2015

The Caribbean has many great treasures when it comes down to island destinations. Barbados is only one of those wonderful places. This island is by itself independent country and close to South America, just over 250 miles off the coast of Venezuela. It is east of Saint Lucia and north of Trinidad and Tobago. The…
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St. John Villas For Couples: Your Ultimate Romantic Caribbean Retreat

Posted: July 9, 2015

Experience the ultimate Caribbean honeymoon without having to bring your passport! The island of St. John is about a four-hour plane trip from Miami, but you’ll feel a bit like you are in an entire other world. St. John is famous for being the prettiest isle in the chain, principally because the majority of the…
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Top Wedding Villas In Tobago: The Ultimate Spiritual And Romantic Wedding Experience

Posted: July 4, 2015

Tobago is one of the preferred islands for marriages in the Caribbean. It has all you may ever need for an amazing wedding with all the ingredients for a recently married couple. You will have the power to pick the location of your choice to get married, in a church, on the beach, in a…
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Turks And Caicos Villas For Couples: The Finest Romantic Getaway Villa

Posted: May 27, 2015

The Caribbean islands have been a lead spot for holiday makers and can actually be dubbed as the paradise island. Literally folk feel just like they have stepped into an entire world of peace, beauty, harmony, warm temperate weather and gorgeous blue sea. The sky is almost always clear and organizing events in this location…
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Top Wedding Villas In Barbados: Exotic Caribbean Garden Wedding At Its Best

Posted: April 5, 2015

Barbados is regarded as one of the top wedding destinations for couples needing a private yet exciting setting for their vows. The beaches are perfect and the people are friendly. It’s tough to beat the views the island has to offer. Barbados has been accommodating weddings now for more than 20 years to seasoned holiday-makers…
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St. Martin Villas For Couples: The Perfect Caribbean Honeymoon Dream Villa

Posted: April 5, 2015

St Martin, an island, is in the northeast Caribbean. The island is split between France and the Netherlands while Holland side has the Maximum population. It is one out of the 4 constituent countries which forms the Kingdom of Netherlands. Its French side is popular for its shopping, clothing, nude beaches and rich Indian and…
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Top Wedding Villas In Antigua: The Perfect Venue For An Everlasting Promise

Posted: February 20, 2015

Antigua is a preferred island that stands in as a perfect marriage Caribbean destination in the West Indies. Known as a luxury Caribbean escape, Antigua is the ideal place to be married and to tie the knot. Though the name means ancient, the concept of having a wedding at this beautiful and romantic place isn’t…
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Ultimate Family Villas In Grenada: Experience The Best In Caribbean Living

Posted: January 9, 2015

There is no better place to spend a family vacation than in the Caribbean. And if you would like to experience wonderful climate, spotless beaches, monumental landscapes, rich culture, unique history and scrumptious cuisine, Grenada should definitely join your itinerary. Grenada is famous for its savoury spice plants and exotic tropical flowers. This island of…
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Ultimate Family Villas In Barbados: Finest Luxury Family Villas In The Caribbean

Posted: October 19, 2014

Barbados is gaining popularity as a perfect holiday destination for families. The island is awash with spotless beaches and totally clear water, and offers great music, vibrant flora, rich history and culture, and not to miss out, great food. Its population comprises mixed races that are primarily descendants of those African slaves who were brought…
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Get A Caribbean Travel eBook from CaribbeanDays on Amazon Kindle

Posted: August 13, 2014

CaribbeanDays is pleased to announce its limited offer of an eBook series giveaway- on Amazon Kindle August 13-17 During the five day giveaway visitors to our site caribbeandays.com can download FREE A Sea of Wisdom, Island Proverbs eBooks on Jamaica, Barbados, the Bahamas, St Lucia, Antigua and the Turks and Caicos Islands. Having traveled to the…
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St. Croix Overview

Posted: July 28, 2014

St. Croix is the largest of the three U.S. Virgin Islands, at 28 miles long and 7 miles wide. The island has a diverse terrain ranging from lush rain forests in the western mountains to dry, rocky red cliffs on the eastern end.
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St. Barts Overview

Posted: July 28, 2014

French is the official language, but the flavor spoken by local folk is a curious Norman dialect. Much of the populace speaks English, however, and there is seldom a language problem at hotels, restaurants, shops, etc.
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Grenada Overview

Posted: July 25, 2014

Grenada is a three island state : Grenada, Carriacou, and Petit Martinique. Grenada is the largest of the three, with a width of twelve miles (18 km) and a length of twenty-one miles (34 km). The total area is 133 square miles. The highest point is Mount Saint Catherine, at 2,757 …
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Grand Bahama Overview

Posted: July 25, 2014

Grand Bahama Island is 52 miles east of Palm Beach, Florida and 80 miles east of Miami. Grand Bahama Island is 96 miles long, east to west, and 17 miles across at its widest point. Thirty (30) of The 700 Islands of The Bahamas are permanently inhabited. The Bahamas has not been a British Colony…
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Jamaica Overview

Posted: July 25, 2014

Jamaica, the third largest island in the Caribbean, lies 90 miles south of Cuba and 100 miles west of Haiti in the West Indies. Geographically diverse, the island features the Blue Mountains, numerous rivers and waterfalls, a lagoon, and dozens of white- and black-sand beaches.
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Dominican Republic Overview

Posted: July 22, 2014

The Dominican Republic in the West Indies occupies the eastern two-thirds of the island of Hispaniola, which it shares with Haiti. Its area equals that of Vermont and New Hampshire combined. Duarte Peak, at 10,417 ft (3,175 m), is the highest point in the West Indies.
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See What Your Customers Think – A CaribbeanDays Testimonial

Posted: July 17, 2014

Watch as she talks about how she discovered CaribbeanDays and her experience with us! Call us at 1-800-942-6725 to book your dream vacation! http://blog.caribbeandays.com/see-what-your-customers-think-a-caribbeandays-testimonial/
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Antigua Overview

Posted: July 17, 2014

Antigua, the largest of the English-speaking Leeward Islands, boasts 365 beaches-one for every day of the year. The island is also a popular sailing destination and has a wealth of excellent restaurants, tours, and excursions. Population: 69,108 (2006 estimate, Antigua and Barbuda) Size: 280 square kilometers (108 square miles) Highest Point: Boggy Peak, 402m (1319 ft) Currency: Antigua’s currency…
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Anguilla Overview

Posted: July 17, 2014

Anguilla is situated in the British West Indies, around 150 miles east of Puerto Rico and nine miles north of St Martin. It is the most northerly of the Leeward Islands in the Eastern Caribbean. The name Anguilla means eel, which is a good description of a long, thin island. Anguilla has a flat landscape…
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Barbados Overview

Posted: July 17, 2014

Barbados, the easternmost Caribbean island, is a popular tourist destination due to its wonderful year-round climate, gorgeous landscape, and friendly people. Population: 279,254 (2005 Estimate) Size:431 square kilometers Highest Point: 336 m – Mount Hillaby Currency: The Barbadian dollar is used but US Dollars are also widely accepted on the island, and well-known international credit…
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Barbados Villas For Couples: The Perfect Exotic Honeymoon Villa

Posted: March 16, 2014

Barbados is situated east of the Windward Island Chain in the Eastern Caribbean. It’s the only island that hasn’t got a Caribbean Sea coastline. The island is legendary for its beautiful beaches, windsurfing, surfing and cricket. This one of the simplest Caribbean destinations to reach from international gateway in North America and Europe which makes…
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Best Beach Villas in Provo Turks and Caicos: Experience Luxury Living At Its Best

Posted: January 1, 2014

Found in the English West Indies, the Turks and Caicos Islands lie east of the Bahamas, north of the Dominican Republic and Haiti, and 575 miles southeast of Miami. An overall total of forty islands and cays comprise the chain, but only eight are inhabited. The twenty-two mile wide Turks Island Passage separates the Turks…
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