Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Sports tourism Sun:, sea, sand and … soccer

CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb, a native of the Cayman Islands, believes sports tourism, particularly soccer, present big opportunities for his homeland.

Accommodations: Summer awaits after good high season

Cayman's accommodations sector had a decent high season and is looking to maximise the summer months.

The Best Dressed Chicken is a Jamaican success story

As we approach the anniversary of Jamaican Independence, we take a look at one of the island's most successful companies - Jamaica Broilers and Best Dressed Chicken.

Jamaica Independence celebrated in Cayman

Jamaicans in the Cayman Islands are gearing up for their Indepence celebrations slated for Friday, 2 August from early morning until late at night.

Driving the Pacific Coast Highway

The Pacific Coast Highway drive between San Francisco and Los Angeles should be on everyone's bucket list.

Alaskan cruise of a lifetıme

If you're interested in taking an Alaskan cruise, you should read this before you go.

Caymanian Ken Hydes tackles tourism top job

West Bayer Ken Hydes sets out his goals as President of the Cayman Islands Tourism Association.

Manning conquers Everest

Climber Guy Manning crossed Mount Everest off his list of seven mountain summits he plans to climb.

California couple wins Cayman Islands honeymoon

Thanks to Brides Magazine and Cayman Islands Department of Tourism, a lucky couple got a wedding and honeymoon of a lifetime.

Conference ponders big issues

The Caribbean region's natural beauty is not just worth protecting for environmental reasons, it can impact heavily on tourism too.

Preparing for the summer season

Tourism traditionally tapers off in the summer. What is Cayman doing to mitigate against the lower numbers?

World’s biggest cruise ships drop anchor in Caribbean, but ship-to-shore feud brews

Locals were told the tourists might spend more than $100 each.

Cayman’s overseas offices look at 2013 tourism trends

The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism's country representatives consider the year ahead.

Escape to Strawberry Hill

Enjoy a luxury weekend escape at Strawberry Hill, Jamaica, with special packages from Cayman Airways and Island Outpost Resorts

Travel agents are there to ensure all goes smoothly

Travel agents can take the worry out of complicated trips and solve any issues that come up.

Private sector contemplates tourism plans for the future

Cayman's tourism industry is in the middle of a consultation process on six identified key issues for the sector.

Department of Tourism’s world representatives speak

The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism's world offices have the same task - to bring tourists to Cayman - but often different day to day issues.

CITA’s van der Bol looks to conquer incentives market

Jane van der Bol of CITA is taking up a position in the incentive travel market which should assist Cayman greatly.

Living large ın Vegas

You don't have to be a gambler to enjoy visiting Las Vegas, thanks to the world-class shows and cuisine it offers.

Accommodations looking at better season

Cayman accommodations experts analyse the new season's possibilities.
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