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Statia Makes New Push for Travel Agents 

By: Caribbean Journal Staff

The island of Statia has been seeing new buzz of late, buoyed by a new luxury resort and new discoveries about Alexander Hamilton’s life on the island

Now, Statia is making a new push to court travel agent business, including a recent initiative that brought town six travel advisors to they sland. 

The agents immersed themselves in the island’s cultural and natural heritage, including sites like the White Wall, the Golden Rock Resort and the island’s historic downtown. 

The group was led by Narissa Page from the Saint Martin tourist office and local tour guide Althea Merkman. 

“We are pleased to have had the opportunity to host the travel agents and help them discover the hidden gems of our island,” said Charles Lindo, Statia’s Director of Tourism. “They are now able to share their newfound knowledge with potential visitors.”

For more, visit Statia

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