Caribbean: The world is all set to commemorate World Tourism Day on September 27, 2023, and being one of the major tourism destinations, the Caribbean region has commenced the preparations to mark the day.
In this regard, the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association has hosted an insightful discussion on the motto of the United Nations – Investing in People, Planet and Prosperity. It has invited all the interested candidates to come and join them, making the session fruitful and successful.
The Association took its official social media handles and welcomed the people. It mentioned, “Ready to dive into the future of Caribbean Tourism?”
While sharing details regarding the time, date and venue, the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association stated, “Join us for the Caribbean ‘World Tourism Day’ Virtual Forum on Wednesday, September 27, 2023, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ET/AT.”
According to the update, “This forum promises insightful discussions on “Investing in People, Planet and Prosperity”. Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/…/reg…/WN_rJVsZzr5QKiDTHKcJf2PDA.”
This virtual forum has grabbed the attention of many; people have shown their interest in actively attending the event.
The associations which will be hosting and organising the virtual forum are the Caribbean Tourism Organisation, Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association, Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), University of West Indies (UWI), OAS and Caribbean Broadcasting Union. Along with this, the organisation will work in collaboration with CTO Allied Board Members – International Institute of Tourism Studies – the George Washington University, and Hibiscus International.
Investing in People, Planet and Prosperity – World Tourism Day 2023
This year, the world will be celebrating World Tourism Day under the theme “Tourism and green investment,” outlined by the United Nations. The theme in 2023 will highlight the need for more and better-targeted investment for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The UN has also highlighted that post-COVID-19, the world has an opportunity to redefine and recalibrate the narratives and direction of tourism investments for a more sustainable future for the People, the Planet and Prosperity.