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La Sagesse Beach in Grenada.

Grenada Is Hosting the Caribbean’s Top Sustainable Tourism Event

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - February 20, 2024

Grenada will play host this year to one of the most impactful conferences on the Caribbean calendar: the region’s top conference on sustainable tourism. 

The Caribbean Tourism Organization’s Sustainable Tourism Conference will be held this year from April 22 to April 24. 

This year’s theme will focus on the 5 “Ps” of People, Planet, Prosperity, Purpose and Partnership. 

The Sustainable Tourism Conference will bring together Ministers of Tourism, tourism directors, business executives and other stakeholders for presentations, panels and master classes. 

“We are quite pleased with the experiences we’re curating in Grenada – from insightful sessions and study tours to immersive, authentic adventures across our tri-island nation,” said Petra Roach, Chief Executive Officer of the Grenada Tourism Authority. “We eagerly look forward to showcasing the transformative impact of sustainable tourism and underscoring the importance of protecting and preserving our natural and cultural heritage for the tourism sector and future generations of Grenadians.”

This year will be the first time the STC has been held in more than four years, since before the onset of the pandemic. 

“Grenada’s focus on socially and environmentally responsible development makes it an ideal destination for the Sustainable Tourism Conference,” said Dona Regis-Prosper, CTO’s Secretary-General and CEO. “We believe that Grenada’s commitment to sustainable tourism and its beautiful, unspoilt landscapes will provide an inspiring backdrop for meaningful discussions and provide a compelling showcase of the destination’s sustainability initiatives. Join us in Grenada this April to be a part of this transformative conversation that will chart the course for the sustainability and growth of Caribbean tourism.”

For more on how you can register, visit the Sustainable Tourism Conference

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