Tourism Month Kicks Off With A Strong Environmental Message

Minister of Tourism The Hon. Lindsay Grant led the staff of the St. Kitts Tourism Authority and the Ministry of Tourism to worship at the People's Evangelical Center last Sunday, as part of the activities celebrating Tourism Awareness Month. 
BASSETERRE(11TH NOV., 2018):  Beach Cleanups, motorcade, photo competition, Soca Zumba, Student Field Trips, and a Heritage Walk are just some of the exciting activities of the 2018 Tourism Awareness Month, in  November.

Minister of Tourism, The Hon. Lindsay F.P. Grant, recently launched the month of activities and revealed the theme: “Reduce, Reuse, recycle: Let’s Work Together for a Greener Future.”

This theme highlights the need to develop a truly sustainable tourism industry—one that balances tourism’s obvious economic benefits with conservation and protection of our natural and historical physical environment.” Minister Grant said. “Throughout this month a variety of events and activities will highlight the fact that TOURISM is indeed EVERYBODY’s business, AND we ALL have roll to play to better understand, support, and protect this industry as one of the key drivers of our economy.”

Activities for Tourism Awareness Month include the following:

1st to 24th November, 2018
Keep St. Kitts Clean Photo Contest

Saturday 10th November, 2018
Fitness Heritage Hike to Sofa Stone

12th to 15th November, 2018
Talks In School Series

Friday 16th November, 2018
Primary School Tourism Quiz

Saturday 17th to 18th November, 2018
Community Tourism Workshop

Wednesday 21st November, 2018
SDC Presents Soca Zumba with Elston

Thursday 22nd November, 2018
Dept. Of  Youth High School Chef Competition

Saturday 24th November, 2018
Tourism/Sugar Mas Island-Wide Bar Crawl

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