The director of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Decent Work Team and Office for the Caribbean is going to deliever the keynote address at the 9th Tourism Human Resources Conference. Here's more on what's planned.
Having weathered two hurricanes that ripped through the Caribbean and marking four months since being removed from the CDC’s Zika list, the Cayman Islands now finds itself basking in more positive news. Find out more.
Travel Agent sat down with Rosa Harris, director of tourism for the Cayman Islands, and learned that the destination is actively looking for all-inclusive resorts on both Cayman Brac and Grand Cayman. Find out more.
As soon as a hurricane is anticipated, guests are eligible to receive a full refund of accommodation fees at participating hotels, condos and villas island-wide, with a maximum one-night penalty at most for cancellations made up to 48 hours prior to check-in. Get the details here.
The Cayman Islands are home to some of the Caribbean’s most beautiful white sand beaches and treasures that lie under its clear blue waters. This summer, families can not only take advantage of deals of up to 45 percent off or a fifth night free when they visit the Cayman Islands, but can also discover the out-of-the-ordinary natural attractions that add to the Cayman Islands allure. (Be sure to book by June 30 for travel June 1 through Sept. 4 to take advantage of these great summer offers.)
The biggest challenge for the Cayman Islands is making sure its airlift keeps up with the island’s rapidly growing hotel product, says Rosa Harris, the Cayman Islands' director of tourism. Read on for more highlights from our "Five Questions With..." interview with Harris.