Jubilee Travel Blogs

Luna Sea Inn Destination Wedding

11/06/2017 in Jamaica

The setting is divine, the ocean is turquoise, the sky is blue and you and your loved one are in the Gazebo surrounded by the sea saying your vows! Yes, this is the way they do it at Luna Sea Inn. They will discount the room for the bride and the groom, then add some special touches such as fresh...

New Cruise Ships Arriving this Fall in the Caribbean

09/02/2016 in Anywhere

If you like 'new ship smell', you won't want to miss the opportunity to experience some of your favorite Caribbean ports of call this winter – in a shiny new cruise ship.

A number of new cruise ships made their entrance on the cruising scene this spring and summer in Europe. But as temperatures cool, they start their migrations, repositioning...

Tribute to George Strait, Riviera Maya, November 13 to 16, 2017

07/01/2017 in Riviera Maya

Are you a fan of classic Country music artist George Strait? I'm excited to inform you a tribute to George Strait will be celebrated the week of November 12, 2017 at the Grand Palladium of the Mayan Riviera.

Dates: 4 nights of concerts: 13, 14, 15 and 16 November 2017

Where: at the theater of the Grand Palladium Colonial...

Colorful Curacao!

08/05/2016 in Curacao

Home to more than 35 captivating beaches, a diverse heritage spanning over 55 different cultures, including Dutch, Spanish and Portuguese, a 'live and let live' attitude and stunning European architecture; Curaçao remains an unrivaled tropical escape in the Southern Caribbean.

Recently selected as one of U.S. News Travel’s ‘Best Places to Visit in the Caribbean,’ Curaçao’s natural beauty, world class...

10 Things you probably didn’t know about Grenada but should

08/05/2016 in Grenada

Welcome to Grenada, an island nation located in the southeastern Caribbean Sea, on the southern end of Grenadines. The country is made up of the main Grenada Island and six other smaller islands. If you plan to visit the island, make sure you know the following facts about it.

1. Due to production of nutmeg and mace, the island is fondly...

"Unity Sand" Wedding Ceremony in the Cayman Islands

07/19/2016 in Cayman Islands

The "Unity Sand" ceremony is a popular option for beach weddings in the Cayman's Islands. Simply put, it represents two lives blending into one. In original sand ceremonies, the bride and groom would toss handfuls of sand together into the wind. The grains combined and, unable to be separated, symbolized the unity and eternity. In today's sand ceremony, different colors...

Cheers! What to drink in The Bahamas.

07/19/2016 in The Bahamas

Cheers! What to drink in the Bahamas

  • Soda can be pretty pricy in the hotels, and you will find it only on a soda tap ifyou are in a good restaurant; otherwise, you will usually get it in a can. The cheapest way to get this would be to go to a local “Food Mart.”
  • “Goombay Punch” is the local soda. It...

Say "I Do" in the Cayman Islands

07/19/2016 in Cayman Islands

For couples looking to plan an exotic Caribbean island wedding, the Cayman Islands offers something few destinations can match...exquisite natural beauty infused with civility and commitment. The result is a sort of "barefoot elegance" that promises to make your special day truly remarkable. Whether you're planning a grand, sophisticated church wedding for 200 or an intimate beachfront ceremony for two...

What to Eat in The Bahamas?

07/18/2016 in Anywhere

Tasty meals to eat in the Bahamas

As you’d expect in an island nation, seafood is very popular. The national dish is conch (pronounced “conk” with a hard K), a type of mollusk, served deep-fried (“cracked”) or raw with a twist of lemon, and as elsewhere in the
Caribbean, the classic accompaniment is peas and rice.

Ordinary meals can be purchased for...