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Caribbean Week New York set for June

The theme of wellness will be incorporated into this year's Caribbean Week New York (#CWNY18) with a range of bespoke activities, including a trade show and educational forum for travel agents to help them to sell the Caribbean as a wellness and rejuvenation destination. 

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Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Caribbean Tourism OrganizationThe theme of wellness will be incorporated into this year’s Caribbean Week New York (#CWNY18) with a range of bespoke activities, including a trade show and educational forum for travel agents 5 June to better prepare them to sell the Caribbean as a wellness and rejuvenation destination.

Caribbean Week New York is the largest regional tourism activity in the New York area.


Artists, performers, celebrity chefs, investors and other strategic partners join government officials and the media all converge on the Big Apple for a week of festivities designed to raise awareness for the Caribbean’s diverse tourism industry and provide opportunities for member destinations to promote their individual products and services.

Ministers, directors of tourism, national tourist office representatives and other tourism and hospitality officials will participate in meetings, seminars and other business development events.

Some 25 participants representing government agencies, non-governmental organizations, community-based organizations and the private sector completed a policy level exercise on the Caribbean Climate Online Risk and Adaptation Tool, March 22-23, 2018 at SuperClubs Breezes, Cable Beach.

Preliminary indicators from The Central Bank of The Bahamas suggest that the domestic economy improved during February, buoyed by gains in tourism and foreign investment supported activity in the construction sector.

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