Tourism season is up and running across the Caribbean – yet it has only been months since devastating storms ripped through the region.
Many of the Caribbean’s 7,000 islands are promoting themselves as “open for business”, but others struggle to return to a sense of normalcy.
Much of Puerto Rico is still without power, and Barbuda is considered by some residents to be a “ghost town”.
The US and British Virgin Islands, Cuba, and Dominica, are also in need of aid and relief.
This week Al Jazeera’s English new channel asked how far Caribbean nations have come on the road to recovery – and what do they still need to get back on their feet?