Multi-destination tourism key to Caribbean’s recovery, ministers say
“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.
Return of Music Festivals Boosts Tourism Recovery
Music lovers have returned to festivals in large numbers this summer after their Covid-induced pause, an enormous boon for destinations relying on those events to attract visitors and accelerate their tourism recovery.
Jamaica tourism Invites coverage of the Tourism Awareness Week 2022 Youth Forum
The Youth Forum has been organised as part of a series of activities to celebrate Tourism Awareness Week (TAW) 2022.
Caribbean sees surge in long-term bookings as region reopens
The Caribbean has seen its “largest ever” number of future bookings as visitor numbers surpass 2019 levels.
Jamaican Minister of Tourism discusses Japan Jamaica relationship
Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett discussed the establishment of a Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre and the strong Japan Jamaica relationship in a courtesy call with His Excellency Shunsuke TAKEI, Japanese State Minister for Foreign Affairs, yesterday at his office in Tokyo.
Tourism Awareness Week 2022
The jamaican Ministry of Tourism, its public bodies and industry partners will officially mark the start of Tourism Awareness Week 2022 with a thanksgiving church service.
Tourism Awareness Week 2022 to Place Emphasis on Rethinking Tourism
The Jamaican Ministry of Tourism, its public bodies and industry partners will highlight the importance of the sector to economic development and invite stakeholders to rethink how they approach tourism in a post-COVID-19 pandemic world, through the observance of Tourism Awareness Week (TAW) 2022, from September 25 – October 1.
Minister Bartlett to Participate in High-Level Tourism Engagements in Japan
Jamaica Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett has been invited to participate in the much-anticipated Tourism EXPO Japan 2022 tradeshow, where he will seek to facilitate crucial discussions as part of efforts to tap into the Asian market.
Taxes and travel, a combination affecting Caribbean tourism
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.”
Minister Bartlett Urges Regional Governments to Implement Multi-Entry Visa Regime
Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett has reiterated his call for governments across the Caribbean to implement a multiple entry visa regimen as he pushes for the establishment of a multi-destination tourism framework in the region.
Golf is better in the Caribbean:
Troon®, the leader in providing golf and club-related leisure and hospitality services, along with the Luxury Included Sandals® Resorts and Beaches® Resorts, are pleased to announce a new sales and marketing collaboration that will further enhance the resort companies’ marketing strategies and elevate the guest experience across their golf destinations throughout the Caribbean.
Dolphin Cove has been awarded in several categories of the World Travel Awards for 10 years.
Dolphin Cove, a brand member of The Dolphin Company family, a park operator with global presence, was awarded during the World Travel Awards that took place on August 31. Specifically, it was the winner of the Caribbean’s Leading Adventure Tourist Attraction category due to the educational experiences with dolphins and various species that offers to its visitors in Jamaica.