Mélange Caribbean Travel & Lifestyle Magazine
DOMINICA, THE NATURE ISLAND.
On this lush tropical island, eco-tourists are promised adventures that can't be found anywhere else in the Caribbean. It's all about exploring the outdoors, so eco-adventurers, gear up! Hikers can explore over 300 miles of trails along rugged terrain. They can also explore entire ecosystems with an overwhelming variety of flora and fauna, including 175 bird species. Read more . . .
CARRIACOU, A SEEMINGLY UNDISCOVERED GEM
Quietly tucked away, Carriacou is a gem yet to be discovered.  It is the second largest of the tri-island state of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique and today remains a pristine, seemingly untouched gem in the Southern Caribbean. Read more . . .
BEACHFRONT ROOFTOP TERRACE OPENS IN CURACAO
​Koraal, Curaçao’s exclusive new rooftop terrace, welcomed its first guests this summer and continues to draw locals and visitors alike. Situated right above its sister restaurant, Karakter, which is known for its stunning beachside views, Koraal features a horseshoe-shaped bar with modern décor and cozy lounges. Read more...
PLANNING A CARIBBEAN VACATION? VISIT SABA.
Here's Why... Saba, the “Unspoiled Queen of the Caribbean”, is the smallest of the Dutch Caribbean islands. Time stands still on this peaceful island, where the pace of life allows you to forget hectic city lives, stressful work commutes, busy restaurants and crowded supermarkets. Read more ...
JETBLUE'S NON-STOP FLIGHT FROM NEW YORK TO CUARACO 
On November 3rd 2016, JetBlue launched a new non-stop flight from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to Curaçao. The airline already offers two non-stop routes every Tuesday and Saturday, and the new flight will operate on Thursdays. Currently, JetBlue is the only airline to offer non-stop flights from New York to Curaçao.  Read more ...
VISIT AMBERGRIS CAYE BELIZE
Belize is definitely one of the coolest places to vacation. Its ideal location - within the Caribbean and Central America - gives this country its rich history and amazing landscapes. Belize has over 200 islands (cayes) that you can visit, so there will be no time for boredom.  Read more ...