Travel & Tourism News

Caribbean Tourism Organization mourns passing of the former Chairman Pamela Richards

The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is mourning the passing of Pamela Richards, former United States Virgin Islands (USVI) commissioner of tourism and CTO chairman.

Government of Montserrat Approves Airline Ticket Subsidy from June to August...

The Government of Montserrat (GoM) has approved an airline ticket subsidy for the next three months, starting 1st June to 31st August 2024.

CTO to focus on aviation at Caribbean Week in New York

In commemoration of its 35th anniversary, the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is gearing up to shine a spotlight on the future of Caribbean aviation during the upcoming Caribbean Week in New York, slated to take place from June 16-21, 2024, at the InterContinental Times Square in the heart of midtown Manhattan.

Connect Caribe pushes forward start of regional ferry service

The private sector-led ferry service, Connect Caribe, Monday announced that it had reached an agreement with the Caribbean Private Sector Organisation (CPSO) and the Dubai-headquartered Jampur Group enabling it to begin its ferry service much earlier than had been expected.

Montserrat Port Development Project: Latest Updates Unveiled at Town Hall Meeting

The Montserrat Port Development Project Team hosted a Town Hall Meeting on May 9, 2024, at the St. Peter’s Anglican Church Hall, offering the public an update on the progress of the new Little Bay Port.

Several international airlines to resume flights to Cuba

Several international carriers have announced plans to resume flights to Cubs, starting later this. 

Anguilla records increased tourist arrivals during first quarter of 2024

The record visitor arrivals Anguilla achieved last year are continuing in 2024. The island reported 62,188 arrivals during 2024’s first quarter, representing a 22.2 percent increase over 2023 totals and a 24.4 percent rise over pre-pandemic 2019, said Anguilla Tourist Board (ATB) officials.

Caribbean Airlines expands to San Juan, Puerto Rico

Caribbean Airlines announces the expansion of its route network with the launch of a new service to San Juan, Puerto Rico, commencing July 14, 2024; subject to approval by the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA) and pending approval by the Government of Barbados.

Antigua PM willing to negotiate directly with former LIAT workers

Prime Minister Gaston Browne says his administration is prepared to negotiate directly with the former employees of the regional airline, LIAT (1974) Limited that went bankrupt earlier this year. 

Grenada Hosts Caribbean Sustainable Tourism Conference 2024

The Caribbean Conference on Sustainable Tourism Development, also known as the Sustainable Tourism Conference (STC), commenced on Monday at the Radisson Resort in Grenada. 9