St. George’s, Grenada W.I. – The Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) led a prominent delegation, including Minister for Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs, Honorable Tevin Andrews, Chairman of the GTA, Randall Dolland, and CEO of the GTA, Petra Roach, to engage with key tourism stakeholders on the sister isles including Petite Martinique to address pressing concerns. The visit, marked by constructive dialogue, focused on several critical aspects of the island's tourism industry, including destination marketing, stakeholder communication, heritage site preservation, product development and cultural legacy transmission. One of the primary topics was the enhancement of Carriacou's marketing strategies.
Today marks a significant step forward in shaping the future of Bonaire's tourism industry as Tourism Corporation Bonaire (TCB) proudly announces the launch of the Tourism Innovation Project during the press conference. This groundbreaking initiative is a collaborative effort between TCB and Kamer van Koophandel (KvK) as part of their MOU signed together. This initiative is set to bring a new era of tourism experiences. TCB invites all visionary individuals, innovators, businesses, and organizations to be a part of this transformative journey.
Tourism Corporation Bonaire (TCB) has announced that the Dutch Caribbean Island, also known as the shore diving Mecca of the world, will be hosting the first ever Bonaire Dive Week in partnership with PADI, the world’s largest ocean exploration and diver organization, and Buddy Dive Resort, home of the Reef Renewal Foundation focused on protecting and restoring the coral reefs in Bonaire, from September 23-30, 2023.
GROS-ISLET, SAINT LUCIA – Sandals Resorts International (SRI), parent company of Sandals® Resorts and Beaches® Resorts, took home 13 prestigious awards at the 30th Annual World Travel Awards™ Caribbean & The Americas Gala Ceremony, which took place on August 26th at Sandals Grande St. Lucian. The World Travel Awards™ recognizes and celebrates the top players in the travel and tourism industry each year, bringing together government officials and leaders in the hospitality industry.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Guyana aviation authorities say they are monitoring the situation involving the state-owned Trinidad-based Caribbean-Airlines (CAL) amid confusing reports of industrial action by employees of the airline that forced the cancellation of several domestic, regional and international flights on Sunday.
United Airlines, in collaboration with Tourism Corporation Bonaire, the Government of Bonaire, BONHATA, and Bonaire Flamingo International Airport (BON), today announced the addition of two additional weekly flights from New York/Newark (EWR) to Bonaire (BON) in anticipation of a busy winter and spring travel season. United currently offers once-weekly flights to Bonaire from Houston (IAH) and once-weekly from New York/Newark (EWR) and will be expanding their New York/Newark (EWR) service to three times a week to meet the continued demand of US travelers wanting to visit the Dutch Caribbean island.