A powerful new awareness campaign ‘Live the Culture Tobago Style’ has been launched by the Tobago House of Assembly drawing on Tobago’s rich history and colourful culture to further develop its unique positioning within the Caribbean. Supporting Tobago’s continued commitment to the revitalization of the tourism sector - with an increase in airlift from the UK confirmed for later in the year, a growth in visitor numbers and advance bookings reported for the first quarter of 2014 - the creative trade and consumer advertising campaign marks an exciting time for the island.
When one thinks of culinary art Tobago’s coastal village of Bloody Bay may not be the first place that comes to mind. The small community boasts no Michelin-star restaurants or world-renowned chefs, but it has established itself as a culinary destination nonetheless, serving as host to one of the most unique food expositions in the Caribbean, the Tobago Blue Food Festival.
In a robust attempt to boost Tobago’s flagging tourism sector, Trade Minister Stephen Cadiz announced the coming on steam of a revamped Tobago Tourism Development Fund (TTDF) to bolster sluggish businesses and create new ones.