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The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), is the region’s tourism development agency, with 28 Dutch, English, French and Spanish country members and a myriad of private sector allied members. The CTO’s vision is to position the Caribbean as the most desirable, year round, warm weather destination. Its purpose is Leading Sustainable Tourism – One Sea, One Voice, One Caribbean.
Now available for purchase – the latest 2015 and 2016 tourism statistics for reporting CTO member countries in the Monthly Tourism Statistics Report. The September 2016 Quarterly Statistical Review is also available. Get details here.
Get the dates for CTO events and activities as well as those for various trade and travel shows, wedding fairs and other tourism related events in the Caribbean and across Canada, Europe and North America.
State of Caribbean Tourism 2015
How did the Caribbean tourism industry perform in 2015? What are the projections for 2016? Read the statements presented at the CTO State of the Industry Media Conference, held Feb. 18, 2016.
Hibiscus International is a global company committed to creating a lasting positive impact on the Caribbean through real estate, travel, marketing and consulting services.
- CTO Vacancy: Business Dev. Rep. Canada
- RFP Cayman Islands Dept of Tourism: SEO
- Hospitality Assured E-Resources
- WTTC Tourism for Tomorrow Awards
- Useful Non-CTO Tourism Resources
- UNWTO Course: Tourism & Int’l Cooperation for Dev.
- Outbound Canada report
- UK/Europe Travel Report 2015
- Non-government Members Directory
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The OneCaribbean Chapter Program (OCC) was created to support Travel Professionals by helping them grow through networking, education and business opportunities. Become a member today and start enjoying all the benefits the OCC has for you! Membership valid from January 1 to December 31, 2016.
CHENACT is an Energy Efficiency project originally financed by: IDB, GTZ, CDE, UNEP, BL&P, BHTA and Barbados. It was implemented by the CTO with the technical and operational support of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) and the Caribbean Alliance for Sustainable Tourism (CAST).
Several regional institutions and international schools and universities offer various scholarships, grants and free college courses. Information includes links to Chevening and OAS scholarships.
Caribbean Tourism Former CTO Secretary-General, Dr. Jean Holder tells the story of how, when, why and whence tourism, was introduced into the region and why its journey has been a turbulent one.