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TTC Special. Tourism: Caribbean good news

TTC Special. Tourism: Caribbean good news

By Frank Martin Good news about tourism in the Caribbean at the beginning of 2019 has dispelled many of the concerns in the region after the terrible impact of the consecutive intense hurricanes in 2017. According to Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) data resurgent islands are additionally poised to achieve continued ...

TTC Special: War in the Caribbean against climate change

TTC Special: War in the Caribbean against climate change

By Frank Martin TTC Service.- A collective effort in the Caribbean Sea faces climate change, which is silently damaging marine life. One of the Caribbean projects against climate change will assist in research, monitoring, and designing adaptation strategies in the hope that corals of the Mesoamerican reef and its coastal ...

TTC Special: The peculiar New Year in the Caribbean

TTC Special: The peculiar New Year in the Caribbean

By F.Martin After a flight that can be from 45 minutes to three to four hours, a visitor coming to the Caribbean from the snow can leave his coat in his luggage and take a sea bath. Any tourist who resides in the North of America will be able to ...

TTC Special. 2019: Rejuvenation and Festivals in the Caribbean

TTC Special. 2019: Rejuvenation and Festivals in the Caribbean

By F.Martin TTC Service.-The Caribbean tourist industry will continue to search in 2019 for the fountain of youth this time through lively festivals. The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) has declared 2019 Year of Festivals. That is on the heels of the past year’s successful Year of Rejuvenation. The reasons for ...

TTC Special: The Secondary City hour

TTC Special: The Secondary City hour

By F. Martin TTC Service: Azores in Portugal, Inverness in the United Kingdom, Cuenca in Ecuador and Cartagena in Colombia among other cities in the world considered as secondary had a successful 2018 as a stable trend in the tourism industry. According to Expedia.com the results of a study about ...

Caribbean is a very romantic region for a wedding day

Caribbean is a very romantic region for a wedding day

By F.Martin TTC Service.-The Caribbean with almost 30 island nations and over 7,000 individual islands offers paradisiacal places for love to bloom and leads couples to romantic weddings. St Lucia, in the region, has been named the 2018 World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination. According to the World Travel Awards (WTA) Grand ...