Cuba. What has changed in 2019 for Americans to travel to Cuba. Well, it’s not that much different, but you should read the new rules if you want to go.
GoNOMAD Travel articles about the Caribbean.
ViaHero, a peer-to-peer platform, will help travelers make the best of their vacation to Puerto Rico. By Kayla McMillan Hurricane Maria struck land in Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017. The tragic destruction of a beautiful island put Puerto Rico out of power in most areas and destroyed much of its beauty that visitors have […]
By Habeeb Salloum After studying what the numerous organized tours offered, I decided on the Santiago-Jarabacoa excursion — a trip which included the city of Santiago, factories of interest to tourists, then driving up to a pine-dotted mountain to the west of Jarabacao. Julio, our guide, was cheerful as we left Puerto Plata in the […]
Adventures in Haiti, one of the World’s Poorest and most Desperate Countries By Yuri Drobkov I was looking for a ship to get away from the island but found myself in one of the most dangerous places on Earth instead. What’s the difference between just another trip to a new place and a full-scale adventure? […]
By Christopher Ludgate GoNOMAD Senior Writer Say the name Bimini and you kind of want to say it again. Maybe even sing it. It’s a fun word, and Bimini’s a fun place to visit with laid-back culture and great nautical adventure abound. While not tremendously known, this remote, and most western Bahamian Island with a name […]
Traveling is Still Rough, but the Island is Ready for Visitors and Mofongo Awaits By Anne P. Braly The road across Puerto Rico is pockmarked with signs of wear, with potholes and, in some places, crumbling pavement marks the way. But the beauty of this mountainous west-central region of the Island of Enchantment comes from […]
A definitive daddy-daughter getaway in Jamaica By Bruce Northam Nearly universally, when experienced parents find out that you have a 13-year-old kid, they solemnly nod while forecasting your next five years of rough seas—and, double if you’re talking daughters. Uh oh. One week prior to our landing in Jamaica, my daughter Bella (13) replied to […]
Cuba: What Everyone Needs to Know Provides Answers to tough Political Questions that Tourists often Are Asked About By Marley Henderson Cuba: What Everyone Needs to Know, by Julia E. Sweig, touches on the deeper topics within Cuba, that are truly essential to understanding the culture. The history of Cuba has been very controversial under leader […]
Tourists Help Solve the Problem by Adopting and Avoiding the dreaded Aruba Kill Cage By Rachael McGrath Hurricane season in the Caribbean sometimes reminds us of the pets affected by storms. Recent estimates claim there are half a million stray dogs in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and over a million stray cats. Over 350,000 […]
Experiencing Havana and Trinidad With My Mother By Kate Hartshorne Time has a way of slipping by unnoticed. For me, it wasn’t until my mom and I talked about our various travels that I realized that she and I had never spent even one night alone just the two of us, away from home. I […]
Mustique Island is a Celebrity Magnet By Dorothy Adele What draws celebrities and royalty to Mustique? Famous people like Paul Newman and Raquel Welch have visited Mustique, where David Bowie had owned a home. Today, Mick Jagger, Bryan Adams, and Tommy Hilfiger still own homes on the island; in fact, Jagger owns two. Princess Margaret […]
Small but Mighty, Discover Turks and Caicos one beach at a time. By Sarah Sutin Turks and Caicos is home to one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Literally…TripAdvisor constantly ranks Turks and Caicos in the top three most beautiful beaches in the world. After living there for almost two years, I […]