• Tourism

    Tourism is a fast-growing sector in many emerging markets. OBG analyses the latest statistics on visitors and spending, highlighting investment opportunities. Our research covers hotel developments, government incentives, demand for leisure facilities and the MICE segment.
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Countries and regions across the world have long understood the potential of the MICE segment as a vehicle to drive high-value tourism and economic development. In recent decades this has led to significant investment, with nations working to position themselves as centres for the industry, both regionally and globally, aided by greater air...

 

Sports tourism has been identified by both the current and previous governments as a potentially lucrative niche market in which Trinidad & Tobago has a distinct competitive advantage. In addition to already regularly hosting an array of athletic activities, including golf, yachting, boating, cricket, horse racing, powerboat racing, tennis...

 

How will tourism promotion efforts work towards showcasing each island’s product offering?

 

The Caribbean region has been a hotspot for global tourism since the 1920s, with over 100,000 people visiting the region in the year before the start of the Second World War. Throughout the 20th century Trinidad and Tobago has traditionally relied on hydrocarbons revenues as the primary source of economic growth; however, declining oil prices...

 

Aided by the country’s natural resources, a strategic geographic location outside the hurricane belt and growing global cruise demand, Trinidad and Tobago’s cruise segment is set gain new importance in coming years. Popular cruise destinations in the Caribbean, including the Bahamas, Dominica, the British Virgin Islands and Sint Maarten...

Chapter | Tourism from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2018

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