TTC Service.- “The outlook for Caribbean tourism is positive, and we project a further four to five per cent rise in arrivals in 2015″, is the outcome of Richard Sealy, Chairman of the Caribbean Tourism Organization, after 2014, a year which is considered the best in the history of Caribbean ...
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TTC Service.- Tourism is a global and intensely competitive industry. It’s also true that the tourism industry is vulnerable not only to economic crises but also to natural disasters and even to outbreaks of warfare and epidemics.
TTC Service.- Agriculture is still crucial for all countries, but especially for those with tourism-based economies. The Caribbean is a region that not only needs agriculture to feed its population, but also to lower the costs of its tourism industry.
TTC Service.- Sail for Cuba from Jamaica, or take a charter to Havana and leave for Montego Bay surely will be a magical and mysterious trip for a “Yankee”, after more than a half century unable to legally enjoy holidays in Cuba.
TTC Service.- Lions, elephants, rhinos, sharks, dolphins, turtles, tigers and other animals are legendary and very attractive to tourists, who pay to see them and even interact with them both in habitat and large sanctuaries that cannot be called zoos for its spectacular size.
TTC Service.- The Caribbean islands confirmed in 2014 that are currently one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the world when received 26.3 million passengers, which also spent more money on their holidays in the region.