Martinique Hosts FCCA Delegation in Push to Continue Strong Cruise Sector growth

NEW YORK, Jun 17 2015 – The Martinique Tourism Authority hosted a delegation of Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) officials recently as part of its...

School Slammed for Proposing Barbados Sports Trip

LONDON, Jun 12 2015 - A West Yorkshire state school has been slammed by parents for asking them to fork out £1,650 for a...

IATA Global Standard Could Mean Smaller Carry-on Allowance

MIAMI, Jun 10 2015 - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) wants to implement a global standard for the size of carry-on bags allowed...

St. Kitts Implementing new Measures to Tackle Crime

NEW YORK, Jun 07 2015, CNS – The tourism industry in St. Kitts is not being affected by an upsurge in shootings and murders...

Guyana Showing Significant Tourism Growth

NEW YORK, Jun 05 2015, CNS - Guyana is showing significant tourism growth this year. The country received 46,369 visitor arrivals in the first...

Cuba not a big Worry for Tourism-dependent Caribbean Neighbours

NEW YORK, Jun 05 2015, CNS - Chairman of the Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO), Richard Sealy has that the region is not overly concerned...

Caribbean Countries Record Growth in Tourist Arrivals

NEW YORK, Jun 05 2015, CNS – The Caribbean recorded a six percent increase in tourist arrivals in the first quarter of 2015 compared...

TCI School Wins Regional Tourism Competition

NEW YORK, Jun 4 2015, CNS - The Turks and Caicos Islands Community College (TCICC) has won the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s (CTO) annual Students...

Grenada Tourism Official Wants Greater Emphasis on Dealing With Communicable Disease

NEW YORK, Jun 4 2015, CNS – The chief executive officer of the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA), Rudy Grant, wants regional countries to place...

Multi-million Dollar Tourism Project for Antigua

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Jun 3 2015 – The Antigua and Barbuda government says it has signed an agreement with the Sunwing Travel Group to...