Dominica observes Tourism Month

As a member of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), Dominica joins the rest of the Caribbean in celebrating the first Caribbean Tourism Month during November.

This year the month is celebrated under the theme ‘One Sea, One Voice, One Caribbean’.

The objectives of Caribbean Tourism Month is to raise awareness among Caribbean people of the importance of tourism in the Caribbean, to enhance the profile of the Caribbean tourism sector in the marketplace, to reflect on the invaluable impact of tourism on the economic, social and cultural well being in the Caribbean, to attract positive media coverage of the Caribbean and the local tourism product and to celebrate the diversity of what the Caribbean offers.

In observance of the month, the Discover Dominica Authority, in collaboration with local organizations and youth groups will initiate activities centered on litter management, familiarization visits to tourism sites and tourism awareness programmes.

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  1. Dominican 2 de bone
    November 9, 2011

    Suggesstion only! Keep Dominica clean. More
    Bins alongside the streets. clean the water
    guts in Roseau. Showcase our culture when the
    tourist get off the ships. These are small
    incentives that can enhance our visitors
    and our people on a whole Tourism is very
    competetive and we should do all in our power
    to do whatever we can, no matter how small
    every little bit counts

  2. noname
    November 9, 2011

    :idea: for the past years the tour guides in dominica is considered the best in the caribbean. at the end of last cruise chip season we had no source of income.but the hair braiders venders taxi drivers got money from the government and guides did not please let us know why:?:

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