More than 50-thousand cruise ship passengers have docked at port Kingstown within recent times but not all the passengers have disembarked these ships.
Exciting times are ahead for this country’s tourism sector; So says Minister of Tourism, Sports and Culture, Cecil McKie
The Ministry of Tourism and the SVG Tourism Authority are seeking to attract more visitors from London and other European capitals to SVG as talks continue, to initiate direct flights to SVG.
An additional charge of $3 US dollars per hotel room has been put into effect.
Minister of Finance Camillo Gonsalves says there are exciting times ahead for SVG’s tourism product.
2017 was a decent year for tourism here in SVG according to Chief Executive Officer of the Tourism Authority Glen Beache.
Opposition Leader Dr. Godwin Friday has expressed concern that the influx of cruise visitors can do more harm than good.
Local taxi operators as well as other tourism stakeholders have come in for high praise, as SVG continues to experience a good cruise season.
Strategic promotions as well as advanced project implementation will go a long way in bringing more benefits to SVG tourism industry.
Former Prime Minister, Sir James Mitchell believes that many in this country are living in fear.
Continuous work in the Tourism sector is bearing fruit as SVG has been generating new interest as a tourism destination.
CEO of the SVG Tourism Authority Glen Beache says St.vincent and the Grenadines was poised to have a good 2017/2018 cruise ship season regardless of what took place in the neighboring islands from the passage of the recent hurricanes.
Trinidad & Tobago’s Minister of Tourism, Shamfa Cudjoe, has officially launched Trinidad and Tobago’s 2017/2018 cruise ship season in fine style.
The Buccament Bay Resort is expected to be reopened early next year.