Keyword: Grenada Tourism Authority
Regional airline LIAT will provide additional flights into Grenada this August for Spicemas. Flying in from Barbados, the extra flights will allow even more visitors to the island’s popular festival.
Land and cruise arrivals are also on the upswing. Learn more here.
The performance-based platform will now reward top producing travel agents with a familiarization trip and cash prizes. Learn more here.
We recently invited Caribbean tourism delegates to a roundtable discussion in New York. In this piece, we highlight Grenada's latest hotel news and the island's biggest challenge.
Caribbean executives assess how the region is recovering and moving forward in the wake of last year’s hurricane season. Take a look.
According to the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA), Grenada saw 100,654 total arrivals in January, an increase of more than 30 percent over January 2017. Find out more.
The three-island destination of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique recently added several new tours to its offerings, including tours focused on both adventure and culinary experiences. Take a look.
Looking for somewhere new to travel? Here’s our in-depth guide to destinations enjoying increased airlift. Take a look.
Travel Agent is making the most of Caribbean Week New York by hosting a series of Facebook Live discussions with many of the major Caribbean tourism figures who will be in the Big Apple for the week-long celebration. Watch the discussions here.
As part of Travel Agent’s new “Five Questions with…” series, in which we put some of the travel industry’s biggest players on the spot, we chatted with Patricia Maher, CEO of the Grenada Tourism Authority. Find out what she had to say.