The Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association’s 40th Caribbean Travel Marketplace brought 700+ delegates from 25 buyer countries, including Canada, to Puerto Rico this week. For more in depth detail and analysis view our video interviews below.
Hurricane Fiona, a Category 1 storm that whacked the southwest corner of Puerto Rico on Sept. 18, was “a setback for us, but not a reset,” according to Brad Dean, CEO of Discover Puerto Rico.
More than 400 buyers from 26 territories are expected to converge on Puerto Rico for the return of Caribbean Travel Marketplace, two years after the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) was forced to cancel face-to-face meetings owing to COVID-19.
As Caribbean tourism stakeholders make their way to San Juan, Puerto Rico for the 40th edition of Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association (CHTA) Caribbean Travel Marketplace, organizers are busy preparing for the Caribbean Travel Forum & Awards on Monday, October 3.
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is reporting that registration for the highly anticipated 40th edition of Caribbean Travel Marketplace is outpacing expectations as regional suppliers and global buyers prepare for a return to in-person business development activities in the Caribbean next week.
Caribbean tourism stakeholders are abuzz at the announcement by the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association that its bedrock Caribbean Travel Marketplace will return on October 3-5.
Restrictions imposed due to the Covid-19 outbreak have dealt a crushing blow to the exhibition sector, with the triple whammy of curbs on flights, restrictions on mass gatherings and deferred investment decisions. Here Breaking Travel News examines which events have been cancelled, and which might be first to return
Breaking Travel News chats with Tobago Tourism Agency chief executive, Louis Lewis, about the fantastic events programme the island has lined up for 2020 and how increasing airlift has led to record visitor numbers.
Speaking to Breaking Travel News during Caribbean Travel Marketplace, Colin James, chief executive of the Antigua & Barbuda Tourism Authority, tells us what the destination has in store for 2020.