Cayman Islands invites solid visitor figures for 2019

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Following a rebound year for Caribbean travel with increased competitors throughout the region, the Cayman Islands has actually preserved its market show to another year of record-breaking statistical arrivals.

At the close of 2018, overall visitation went beyond all previous years of tape-recorded visitation consisting of 2006, which formerly held the document for the greatest variety of total site visitors in a calendar year.

Complete arrivals for 2018 in both air as well as cruise ship visitation was 2,384,058, which is an 11 percent increase over the exact same duration in 2017 (237,211 additional persons).

This considerable boost in visitation positively influenced the local economic climate with an uptick in site visitor invest, enhancing by US$ 98 million over 2017.

The approximated complete site visitor invest in 2018 was US$ 880 million, an increase of 12.5 per cent.

Cayman Islands priest of tourism, Moses Kirkconnell, shared: “The required of the ministry and department of tourism is to assist in annual development in visitation and economic contribution; my ministry seeks this purposefully annually.

” Via innovative promotions, partnerships, and continued partnership with our sector stakeholders, we have actually kept the substantial achievement of constant record-breaking years.

” Our federal government has actually devoted to investment in our factors of entrance at the cruise port and airport terminals.

” These much-needed upgrades will certainly benefit of tourist operators, homeowners, site visitors and companies.”

In 2018, the USA, Canada, as well as LATAM had one of the most effect on arrival numbers.

The month of December is noted as the very best on record, with a 6.15 percent boost of stayover arrivals with the destination getting over 50,000 sustained primarily by the North American markets.

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