Styling the Caribbean

Written by Ruud Zegwaart, LOT1038 The Luxury Traveler is willing to spend more to enjoy more while on vacation. They are demanding. From where they will stay to where they will dine. Minimum 4 or 5-star accommodation, with a boutique feeling. But sometimes even this is not enough. They want to feel like their room […]

How Climate Change Is Affecting Tourism

Written by Travel Pulse Climate change is of great concern for the tourism industry and there are several reasons why, as illustrated in a new report from GreenBiz. “More than many other industries, tourism relies on a stable climate, whether attracting customers to lavish lakes, bountiful beaches or majestic mountains,” notes Mike Hower. More extreme […]

Tourism and Health Stakeholders Address Issues for a Safer and Healthier Caribbean

Recognizing the need for cross sectional action to address health and economic issues in the region, the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) has convened a Regional Tourism and Health Stakeholders Workshop on October 4-5, 2017 in Miami, to address the vulnerability of the Caribbean region to health, safety and environmental sanitation (HSE) threats. Travel and […]


President Troubetzkoy reaches out to hotels and Caribbean-focused businesses The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) has launched a booking initiative that allows hotels across the region to help those who have been adversely impacted by Hurricanes Irma and Maria while also highlighting that more than 70 percent of Caribbean destinations have not been affected […]