Saturday, February 24, 2018

Tourism

ANTIGUA – Controversy and hurricanes affecting tourism, says marketing expert

Controversy and hurricanes are two of the biggest challenges when selling the Caribbean according to Gary Sadler O.D., Senior Vice President of Unique Vacations...

ANTIGUA – Officials welcome Sunwing Airlines inaugural flight from Montreal

Sunwing Airlines inaugural flight to Antigua and Barbuda from Montreal was greeted with a spectacular water cannon salute, the sounds of steelband and performances...

DOMINICA – Accessibility to natural attractions improving

Discover Dominica Authority says steady progress is being made to ensure that Dominica’s most popular natural sites and attractions are accessible to the public. The...

ST KITTS – Sailing into yachting tourism

Prospects of a thriving yachting sector in St. Kitts and Nevis is expected to come into fruition soon with the launch of the Yachting...

NEVIS – Four Seasons Resort and Tradewind Aviation team up to offer ultimate festive...

Four Seasons Resort Nevis announced Monday that it has partnered with Tradewind Aviation to fly guests to the island. Under the Nevis Festive Air &...

ANTIGUA – Sandals boss warns PM Browne about playing politics with the hotel

By Desmond Brown – Executive Editor The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Deputy Chairman of the Caribbean-based resort company Sandals Resorts International (SRI) has accused...

ST KITTS – American Airlines increases daily non-stop flights

Minister of Tourism Lindsay Grant has echoed his delight and that of his Ministry on the recent addition of American Airlines non-stop service to...

TOBAGO – How this island is celebrating Caribbean Tourism Month

The Division of Tourism, Culture and Transportation (DOTCT) joins the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) and the region in celebrating Caribbean Tourism Month 2017 by...

ST KITTS – Cruise tourism to inject nearly EC$200 million into economy

Nearly EC$200 million will be pumped into the St Kitts and Nevis economy between November 2017 and January 2018, thanks to a booming cruise...

TORONTO – CTO declares 2018 the year of wellness and rejuvenation in the Caribbean

The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) has declared 2018 the Year of Wellness and Rejuvenation in the Caribbean. The CTO’s secretary general Hugh Riley announced the...