Tobago Tourism is looking up these days

Mar 29, 2016 | Caribbean | 0 comments

The Secretary of Tourism and Transportation Assemblyman Tracy Davidson-Celestine says things are looking up for Tobago’s tourism sector.
Davidson-Celestine has supported her claim with statistics during the Face to Face community meeting series at the Lowlands Multi-Purpose Community Centre on March 17.
She was responding to a claim by a local businessman that occupancy at hotels and guest houses on the island, as well as visitor arrivals, is down.
She adds that over five hundred and ninety-thousand people annually stay over at hotels, bed and breakfast establishments and guest houses in Tobago.
This includes domestic arrivals, as well as international visitors to the destination.
The figure, Davidson-Celestine says, compares favourably with other Caribbean countries with a strong tourism industry.

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