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It’s official: Grenada will host two annual Caribbean festivals

It's official: Grenada will host two annual Caribbean festivals

Grenada will host two distinctive events in August that are among the southern Caribbean destination’s longest-running annual festivals. The Carriacou Regatta and the SpiceMas Grenada Carnival will offer visitors opportunities to experience the dual-island nation’s culture, traditions, music and cuisine. Billed by the Grenada Tourism Authority as the Caribbean’s longest-running ...

TTC Special: Sargassum is another red light that warns against climate change

TTC Special: Sargassum is another red light that warns against climate change

By Frank Martin TTC Service.- The sargassum has lit the red alert light in the Mexican tourism industry, in the Caribbean islands and also in scientific groups that are concerned with the expansion of the aftermath of climate change. Mexican resorts like Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Tulum have been ...

St Kitts and Nevis Economic Growth Continues

St Kitts and Nevis Economic Growth Continues

St Kitts and Nevis’s Prime Minister Timothy Harris, announced that economic growth in the islands increased in 2018 for the fifth year in a row under the Team Unity administration. Prime Minister Harris also mentioned that the St Kitts and Nevis Country Economic Review issued by the Caribbean Development Bank ...

Charo Trabado: “The MICE sector will lead the growth of the tourism industry”

Charo Trabado: "The MICE sector will lead the growth of the tourism industry"

Charo Trabado, CEO of MITM Events and expert in MICE tourism with over 30 years of experience, presented this morning the 23rd edition of MITM Americas during FITCuba 2019 Charo Trabado, CEO of MITM Events stated during her presentation during the conference sessions in FITCuba 2019 that MICE tourism will ...

It’s official: In Mexico hotels have been reducing prices to stimulate demand

It's official: In Mexico hotels have been reducing prices to stimulate demand

Hotels in Mexico have been reducing prices to stimulate demand, and that idea has seemed to work. During an Apple Leisure Group event Funjet Vacations president Ron Jacobs and Apple Vacations president John Tarkowski noted that resorts have been aggressively discounting. Hotel occupancy in Mexico is down 3% to 4%, ...