The region’s premiere international gathering on sustainable tourism is back. The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) has announced the return of its Caribbean Conference on Sustainable Tourism Development, otherwise known as the Sustainable Tourism Conference (STC), after a one year absence due to the global economic crisis.
The Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) has announced the appointment of Barbadian Hugh Riley as new secretary general.
British MPs are becoming increasingly aware that changes to Air Passenger Duty could be either a vote winner or loser.
Breaking Travel News interviews Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace,Secretary General, Caribbean Tourism Organisation at World Travel Market 2007 on promoting the One Caribbean brand.
The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) has amassed an impressive line-up of knowledgeable and experienced speakers to deliver insight on timely travel industry issues as part of the programme for the 29th Annual Caribbean Tourism Conference (CTC-29) taking place Oct. 22-25, 2006 on Grand Bahama Island.
Last November, the new Caribbean Tourism Organisation secretary general Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace spearheaded the region’s presence at London’s World Travel Market, his singular message—one Caribbean, one voice.
Dr. Jean Holder was awarded one of the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s most prestigious awards at the Caribbean State Ball on June 4, 2004 at the Waldorf=Astoria in New York. Dr. Holder is widely regarded as the organization’s founder and architect.
NEW YORK, NY (May 9, 2002) - In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) will welcome the Royal Barbados Police Force Band to New York City as they participate in the Flag Ceremony and Awards Presentation during the 29th Annual Governments of the Caribbean State Ball on Friday, May 31, 2002 at the Waldorf-Astoria. During this “golden celebration,” CTO will honour 50 individuals for their contributions to Caribbean tourism at a special commemorative ceremony.