CHTA Shares Optimistic Outlook for Tourism’s Recovery

January 8, 2021 admin 0

CHTA Shares Optimistic Outlook for Tourism’s Recovery (Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) Press Release) – As the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic continues to impact global tourism, top Caribbean private sector tourism leaders are asserting that tourism is the region’s best hope for recovery and renewal and that the successful revival of the sector relies on its ability to enhance […More]

First Non-Stop Flight To Jamaica From Nigeria

January 3, 2021 admin 0

Jamaica welcomes historic flight from Nigeria Nigerian Airline, Air Peace, made its historic direct flight from Lagos to the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, St James, on Monday. It is the first non-stop flight to the island from Nigeria and is aimed at exploring the possibility of direct round-trip commercial airlift between the two destinations. The flight, with 132 […More]

Dominica launches ReDiscover Dominica campaign

May 30, 2018 admin 0

Dominica launches ReDiscover Dominica campaign ROSEAU, Dominica — Dominica, The Nature Island of the Caribbean, has launched its “ReDiscover Dominica Campaign” to encourage travelers to visit the island. Visitors, friends of Dominica, and Dominicans can enjoy discounts on a trip to the Nature Island and, in doing so, help the country on its path to recovery. Dominica was hit hard […More]

RIHINNA: From Destination Superiority to Rihanna’s 2 Billion Streams- Barbados is Having a Hell of A Month So Far!

March 22, 2018 admin 0

Barbados seems to be having the BEST MONTH EVER! Alison Hinds, Peter Ram, Rihanna, Deejay Puffy and all of the other Barbadian superstars now have a lot more to smile about when they rep their Bajan flag, this as the island has topped the Destination Satisfaction Index (DSI) for 2017. Barbados came in #1 out of 144 countries across the world, beating […More]

Caribbean Tourism: No fallout in Jamaican tourism

March 1, 2018 admin 0

No fallout in Jamaican tourism from state of emergency By Claudia Gardner MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica (JIS) — Chairman of Jamaica’s Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), Godfrey Dyer, says he does not expect any fallout in tourist arrivals from the state of public emergency in St James. He said that most people would have already made their bookings to visit the island, […More]

CARIBBEAN TOURISM REQUIRES STRONGER PARTNERSHIPS, ASSERTS CHTA PRESIDENT

February 6, 2017 admin 0

The Caribbean region’s tourism growth potential in 2017 and beyond is enormous, but not without continued collaborative partnerships between the region’s public and private sectors. Delivering the opening address of Caribbean Travel Marketplace at Atlantis Paradise Island in The Bahamas yesterday evening, Karolin Troubetzkoy, President of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), described 2016 as a year of mixed […More]

Jamaica jumps in the medical tourism race

January 19, 2017 admin 0

Jamaica has jumped in the race for medical tourism in the Caribbean. Jamaica has Competitive Edge in Medical Tourism – HC Ramocan High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK), His Excellency Seth George Ramocan, says Jamaica has a competitive edge in attracting investment in medical tourism. This, he said, is based on the ability to provide quality medical services at […More]

Health tourism poised for expansion in Jamaica

January 6, 2017 admin 0

By Denise Dennis KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) — Health tourism is poised for expansion as the government of Jamaica takes steps to engage the diaspora as the first market in the sector. President of Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO), Diane Edwards, said the country is developing a competitive advantage over other Caribbean countries, as focus is placed on diagnostic and dental services. […More]

Belize tourism soars above Caribbean average, U.S. visitors lead the pack

January 6, 2017 admin 0

Tourism in Belize is booming, a review released by the Central Bank of Belize today shows. “In the first half of the year, stay-over visitors to Belize soared by 16.7% to 199,204, outpacing the 4.0% increase for the Caribbean as a whole. Visitors arriving by air were up by 21.5% due to intensified marketing efforts, increased airlift capacity and lower […More]

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Zapping Zika: Puerto Rico Tourism Company optimistic for 2017

January 2, 2017 admin 0

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Experiencing a 96% reduction in the number of new zika cases since the peak in October 2016, the Puerto Rico Tourism Company (PRTC) is optimistic heading into 2017. Over the past ten weeks, there has been a markedly steady decline of reported new zika cases, with new cases of zika infection peaking at 5,317 for […More]

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