CTO Quarterly Statistical Review
So far this year, growth in the Caribbean tourism industry has been driven by strong demand from the main sources coupled with increased airlift capacity, more diverse accommodation facilities and the sustained recovery in the most severely impacted destinations during the 2017 hurricane season.
However, in recent months the regional growth rate has slowed. In addition to the preexisting global political and economic issues, some destinations are grappling with other obstacles including safety and security (especially, the Dominican Republic following the highly publicized deaths of tourists there), travel restrictions (particularly in Cuba where American outbound travel has been further curtailed by the current US administration) and extreme weather events (Abaco and Grand Bahama in The Bahamas sustained significant damage following the passage of Hurricane Dorian in early September).
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Quarterly Statistical Review
- Review of the global and regional tourism environment
- Highlights key changes in visitor travel patterns by visitor’s country of residence, source market sub-region (English, French, Spanish, Dutch and others), year-on- year
- Shows the level of arrivals growth per country for stop-over, cruise, accommodation availability and usage, and expenditure for the period
- Main market arrivals – USA, Canada, Europe, other source markets
- Cruise activity shown as monthly arrivals for individual countries; percentage change year-on-year