Welcome to Kayifi's News page. In this page, you will find announcements, Agents of the month, upcoming Webinars, acknowledgement of the month for countries, and new agents that we welcome.

Kayifi News

Apr 2021

As you may have noticed, we have changed the layout of our homepage and the functionality of our property search to make finding your perfect Caribbean home even easier! If you have any problems, questions, or feedback on the new look, click here to contact us. Thank you for using Kayifi!

Mar 2021

Coming Soon! Kayifi Vacation Rentals. List your short-term and vacation rental properties. Contact us for more information and to be updated!

Nov 2020

Kayifi Outreach is coming Soon! At Kayifi, we recognize the importance of Caribbean youth as a pillar of the future of the islands. We are excited to introduce a new program: Kayifi Outreach, aimed at giving Caribbean youth knowledge, resources, and tools integral to their success. Check out the following links for more information!

Welcome to Kayifi Outreach! (blog)

Introductory Video (includes signup form)

Facebook Group

Aug 2020

Kayifi is looking for featured agents! Please view the featured agent section of our FAQ to find out how you can be on the front page of Kayifi!

Aug 2020

Kayifi has migrated servers and gone through a slight redesign to better serve our clients. If you are having any issues with the website, please don't hesitate to email us at info@kayifi.com or use the live chat feature below to let us know.

Jun 2020

KAYIFI is looking for guest bloggers! We are in search of any agent that currently creates blogs and are willing to share their views on the real estate market. If your blog is approved, it will be published on our website and you will be an agent of the month and have your listings highlighted on social media platforms. Contact us for more details!

Mar 2020

Have questions about Kayifi? Kayifi has added a new tab for anyone who has any questions with us.

Mar 2020

Kayifi has added Agents of the Month! Congratulations to Yuberquis Almonte for becoming our Agent of the Month. Please contact us to find out how you can become agent of the month.

Feb 2020

Kayifi has added Featured Agents to be shown on our home page. These are a few of Kayifi’s superstars. To become a Kayifi featured agent, please check the FAQ tab.

Tutorials Section

We have added tutorials to our Youtube page, to find out how to register, how to upload profile and property pictures click the link below

Caribbean News

Common Side Effects of the COVID-19 Vaccine 

We are so blessed a vaccination, or three, has been made and pushed out worldwide. It is critical the persons getting the COVID-19 vaccine know the common side effects of the treatment. Most side effects will subside in a few days. So, this would be an excellent time to take it easy for a few days after each shot. 

Common Side Effects of the COVID-19 Vaccine 

The reactions created are promising and indicate the vaccine is working hard on you. And some people may not even feel a thing. Whichever type you are, there are normal reactions that tell your body’s fighting to immunize you. Likewise, there is a time to call your doctor. Here are the typical reactions: 

  • Injection site pain 
  • Swelling of the upper arm 
  • A slight fever 
  • Chills 
  • Tiredness 
  • Headache 

Should you experience these side effects, talk to your doctor about over-the-counter medications for pain and discomfort. Also, you may want to try the following home remedies: 

  1. Drink plenty of fluids.
  2. Apply a clean, cool, wet washcloth over the inflammation.
  3. Move and use your arm on the day of injection.
  4. Wear clothes that do not restrict movement and are lightweight.

When Is It Time to Call the Doctor? 

Patients who have received the vaccination should call their local doctor if experiencing any of the following. 

  • The redness or tenderness where you got the shot continues to increase in size and swelling and does not begin to subside after 24 hours. 
  • If your side effects are concerning or do not seem to be going away after a few days, it is best to call the doctor. 
  • Should you feel you may be having an allergic reaction, call for emergency services. 

The Caribbean is proud to be enhancing health and wellness efforts by offering the COVID-19 Vaccination to those eligible.  

Additionally, if it is your time to receive the vaccination, be sure to follow health and safety protocol when it is appointment day. 


Sunni Baerwalde


Written by: Sunni Baerwalde

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Jamaica in Talks to Be Next Caribbean Cruise Home Port

Eagle Beach in Aruba Makes the Top of the List

New Mural Unveiled in Kingston

Dominican Republic's Tourism Recovery Plan a Success

Turks and Caicos Returns to School

Volcanic-Related Earthquakes Subside, but Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Remains at Alert Level Orange

Cruise From Jamaica in June

Dominica's New Health and Wellness Centers Dedicated to Female Nurses

World Health Organization Warns Against Separation of New Mothers from Babies

The First RePLAST Collection a Success!

Funding Needed to Fight a Deadly Coral Disease

Saint Lucia Peace & Love Poster, Essay, and Spoken Word Poetry Contest

Safely Visit Aruba

The Cayman Islands Welcomes Digital Nomads

Good News For the Travel Industry of the Caribbean

How Technology Helps Businesses Succeed in a Pandemic

Welcoming Blue Economy

Youth Health and Safety in the Caribbean

Warning: Volcanoes Awakening

Tourism Recovery in the Caribbean

The Bahamas' Baha Mar Resort Scheduled to Fully Reopen

Montserrat Has Joined In on the Work Stamp Program

Strawberry Production Encouraged

The Bahamas to Host Virtual Romance Expo

Now Is the Time to Take Advantage of Dominica's Citizenship by Investment Program

Devastating News: Closure of Famous Puerto Rican Radio Telescope

Royal Caribbean Presses Full Steam Ahead

Celebrating the Independence of Antigua and Barbuda

Caribbean Acknowledgement:


Photo: Courtesy of @kirstenprins


Just 70 square miles, Aruba is a small gem basking in the warmth of the southern Caribbean. However, it is not only the bright sunshine, turquoise water, and white sand that make Aruba sparkle; it is the multifaceted blend of over 90 different nationalities among over 110 thousand residents living happily together.

Aruba's diverse people are known for their warm, friendly, and welcoming nature. They are inclusive of newcomers, and their sunny dispositions radiate throughout the island, earning Aruba's well-coined slogan "one happy island."

Photo: Courtesy of @ron4

In addition to Aruba's "happy" reputation, an unmistakable beauty and richness originate from its history, culture, architecture, music, art, handmade crafts and jewelry, and weekly Carrubian Festival.  

From Aruba's ancient Caquetio Indian roots, to its Spanish and Dutch rule, to its modern-day standing as a constituent country of the Netherlands, Aruba's history dates back centuries (aruba.com). Rock drawings and carvings created by the Caquetios can still be seen at Fontein Cave in Arikok National Park and at the Ayo Rock Formation. Their unique patterns and designs continue to influence Aruba's art, architecture, currency, fabric, and jewelry. They even can be found on T-shirts!

The bright and colorful Dutch architecture adds an artful, upbeat flare.