Tourism is a networked industry which plays a significant role in Caribbean economies as a foreign exchange earner and a generator of employment. However, the Caribbean is in danger of destroying the resource base on which it depends; therefore a network approach to sustainability is essential. This study sought to examine the effect of networks in two Caribbean destinations: Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago. The methodology employed was multi-disciplinary utilizing approaches within and beyond the social sciences. The research methods were a mix between quantitative and qualitative methods.