St Kitts is putting the spotlight this month on the island’s broad wellness experiences.
The island is marking Tourism Awareness Month with a multitude of events and workshops focused on “physical, environmental and spiritual wellness.”
“This Tourism Awareness Month, St Kitts is proud to recommit to and reiterate the importance of tourism within our community,” said St Kitts Tourism Minister Marsha Henderson. “St. Kitts is no stranger to wellness. With sustainability at the core of our approach to tourism, the theme of ‘Immerse, Indulge, and Renew’ provided the perfect opportunity to continue to showcase our island in a way that is meaningful and on-brand with the mission of Tourism Awareness Month.”
Experiences range from heritage and fitness hikes to a beach clean up at Major’s Bay.
Hotels and resorts across the island, including Royal St. Kitts Hotel, Belle Mont Farm, Park Hyatt St. Kitts, Timothy Beach, and Ramada, are celebrating the wellness theme with farm-to-table dinners, cocktails and pizza at sunset and even painting classes.
The island’s Tourism Authority is also hosting enrichment workshops for stakeholders.
“St. Kitts has spent the past few years revamping our approach to tourism and offerings, which can be seen through our Venture Deeper campaign and our continued focus on highlighting the unique qualities of the island,” said Ellison “Tommy” Thompson, CEO of St. Kitts Tourism Authority. “We are thrilled for this year’s Tourism Awareness Month as it provides a great platform for our stakeholders and partners to partake in innovative workshops. It is also another opportunity to immerse our travelers in the culture and history that makes St. Kitts so unique.”
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