It did it in 2012. It’s happening in 2013. And projections for 2014 couldn’t be more auspicious. The Caribbean is the place where most international travelers think of when planning a vacation.
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By Frank Martin Strictly speaking, there isn’t an “Italian Caribbean”, like the English- or French-speaking one, but since far-off times Italians have left their cultural imprint in this part of the New World admired today by international tourists, including those who come from Italy.
The Caribbean is a geographical area identified with tourist trips, in which two physical structures stand out: the Caribbean Sea and the Caribbean islands. The Caribbean Sea is an arm of the Atlantic Ocean partially closed to the north and east of the current Antilles. It owes its name ...
By Frank Martin A placid fine sandy beach that can be in any of the 12 nations making up the English-speaking Caribbean is not just a reason to go on vacations in these states. It is also a basic and crucial product for the fragile economies of the area.
TTC Service.- In 2012, the Caribbean islands welcomed 25 million visitors -5.4 per cent more than in 2011 and the highest for five years. Last year, tourists to the Caribbean spent 27.5 billion dollars, 3.6 per cent more than in 2011 and for the third consecutive year tourism expenditures ...
TTC Service.-Once regarded as a synonym of vacations, the Caribbean is loosing ground to rivals which are offering visitors better services for their money. The facts are in black and white in TravelSat’s most recent international survey.