Tourism arrivals are rising
30 March 2015
Appearing both in print and online, the article is the result of author Gay Myers’ recent visit to St. Kitts, during which she interviews the CEO of St. Kitts Tourism Authority; Ms. Racquel Brown.
The article focuses on the island’s remarkable growth – citing a 6.5% increase in arrivals for 2014 versus 2013. There’s also a projected rise in cruise passenger visitors this season to over a million.
Furthermore, with non-stop flights from North America, and new resort developments such as Belle Mont Farm at Kittitian Hill, Pelican Bay Resort and Koi Resort, it’s not surprising tourism is growing so rapidly – St. Kitts really is a little island with a lot to offer.
It is hoped that by 2017, room stock in both St. Kitts and Nevis will total 2,000 rooms – up from the current 1,400.
With rising tourist levels, if you’re interested in purchasing property on the islands of St. Kitts and Nevis, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. It’s a great time to make a long-term property investment that will inevitably benefit from excellent capital appreciation.
The full, original article can be found here: http://www.travelweekly.com/Caribbean-Travel/Arrivals-rising-and-so-are-hotels-on-St-Kitts#.VQwzJJcZTsc.twitter