We travel with our tastebuds and one of the most exciting parts of a holiday is the diverse culture and culinary options available. Experiencing traditions, mingling with locals and soaking up the atmosphere is a vital part of making the most of time in the Caribbean.
The Cayman Islands will soon roll out a new tourism marketing campaign to attract visitors to the island. The visually-stunning campaign goes beyond the traditional images used in tourism marketing and marries the natural beauty of the islands with a creative concept.
“When we are united, we, as the Caribbean, are unstoppable.” Those were the sentiments of Kenneth Bryan, the Cayman Islands’ Minister of Tourism and newly-elected chairman of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) as he played host to both the CTO’s Business Meetings and Caribbean Youth Tourism Conference and IATA’s fourth annual Caribbean Aviation Day in George Town in Grand Cayman from Sept. 9-15.
The Caribbean has seen its “largest ever” number of future bookings as visitor numbers surpass 2019 levels.
Antigua and Barbuda’s Minister of Tourism, Henry Charles Fernandez, has a simple message for the Caribbean government. He wants regional leaders to be as committed to regional interconnectivity as they are willing to pay international airlines to fly to their countries, often times “half empty.”
The Cayman Islands has achieved an important milestone in efforts to rebuild stayover tourism arrivals
Jamaica and the Cayman Islands have initiated discussions to facilitate collaboration on tourism, in order to leverage the strong historical ties, plus synergies between the tourism sectors of both nations. Among the areas for potential cooperation are multi-destination tourism, airlift, enhancing border protocols, rationalizing airspace as well as resilience building.