Carlene Henry-Morton, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Transport, and Ports, has congratulated the St. Kitts Department of Meteorological Services for 50 years of service to the island’s population and encouraged the staff to…
Carlene Henry Morton
To further enhance the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis’s tourism product, the Ministry of Tourism held a Tourism Training Workshop today November 18 at the ICT Center with an emphasis on community-based tourism.
Tourism remains an important part of the economic strategy of St. Kitts and Nevis, and as such will be celebrated in November with the traditional Tourism Month activities.
This year’s Tourism Month theme: ‘Tourism – People, Product, Purpose #Planningforposterity’ is fitting and was chosen to highlight the importance of workers in the sector said Carlene Henry-Morton, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of…
Buses that travel the West Line have this week been using the newly upgraded West Line Bus Terminal on the Bay Road as a test ahead of its official launch.
St. Kitts and Nevis is being featured in a video by Tripoto entitled “8 countries that have beaten coronavirus.
As bars and restaurants reopen under the guidance of Covid-19 protocols, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism Carlene Henry Morton is calling on all tourism stakeholders to be responsible partners in the joint effort to contain…
Tourism stakeholders came together at the Marriott Resort on Wednesday to discuss with members of the Covid-19 Task Force plans to reopen the economy beginning with the reopening of bars and restaurants.