St Lucia celebrates Creole Heritage Month and Jounen Kwéyòl (Creole Day) in October. Photo courtesy St Lucia Tourism Authority

Issue 178 (September/October 2023)

The latest issue of Caribbean Beat (#178) is all new for September/October 2023! Inside, learn about Ganesh Chaturthi (one of Trinidad’s least known but most fascinating festivals); and how tiger sharks in The Bahamas helped scientists uncover the largest known expanse of seagrass in the world — a secret weapon against climate change. Explore the history of the Caribbean’s love affair with saltfish (now a savoury staple in Caribbean homes and restaurants). Solve the mystery of an enigmatic Michel-Jean Cazabon painting. And discover unique, romantic experiences you can enjoy with that special someone at every stage of your love story. As always, go inside exciting Caribbean festivals and events, enjoy our reviews of new Caribbean book and music releases, and so much more.

Photo courtesy Visit Barbados

Love is all around | Bucket list

From breathtaking landscapes to sensual music, few places in the world are better suited than the Caribbean to set the stage for your very own love story. From first dates to golden anniversaries, there’s a place in Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, St Lucia, and Trinidad & Tobago for every chapter …

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