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Grenada shows strong tourist growth

Grenada shows strong tourist growth

On the heels of double-digit growth and a landmark total visitor arrival of 528,077 in 2018, the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) says it is delighted to report positive growth in total visitor arrivals of 1 percent for the first half of 2019. GTA said that the destination welcomed a total ...

It’s official. Caribbean show its cultural tourism

It's official. Caribbean show its cultural tourism

Indigenous communities across the Caribbean are accessing tourism markets and welcoming visitors to encounter their traditional ways of life. The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) highlighted this important development in a general session at the Caribbean Conference on Sustainable Tourism Development that took place 26-29 Aug. 2019 at the Beachcombers Hotel ...

Belize tourism sees growth for first half of 2019

Belize tourism sees growth for first half of 2019

The tourism industry in Belize is on an upward trajectory. Statistics for the first half of this year show a persistent growth in both overnight and cruise ship arrivals. The Belize Tourism Board said this positions the country as a favorite vacation paradise and underscores the effective marketing strategy by ...

Dominican Republic announced increased safety measures

It's official: No cases of the coronavirus have been reported in the Caribbean

The Dominican Republic’s tourism ministry announced a series of new programs and increased safety measures for visitors to the Caribbean nation — amid a slew of media reports about American tourist deaths there. Among the additions is a multilingual emergency center, which is being established in Bávaro, a primary tourist ...

It’s Official: Caribbean disease surveillance in Wake of Global Ebola Warning

It’s Official: Caribbean disease surveillance in Wake of Global Ebola Warning

The Trinidad-based Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) is urging regional countries to enhance disease surveillance at ports of entry and at health facilities following the categorization of the current outbreak of the Ebola virus disease (EVD) as a public health emergency. Earlier this week, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared ...