Travel And Hospitality
The Caribbean region is one of the most visited places on earth. But the COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a massive blow to tourism here. Now, Airbnb is partnering with the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) to promote tourism across the region through Airbnb's vast global community.
The collaboration is mainly aimed at helping the Caribbean recover from the impacts of the pandemic by promoting safe, responsible travel to the islands. This partnership will see Airbnb launch a marketing campaign, which will include rolling out a series of e-mail newsletters and a brand new landing page that will highlight the CTO's member countries. The landing page will also highlight the protocols for safe travel to the region.
"With the Caribbean continuing to re-open, we're helping to usher in the safe return of travel to this wonderful region by shining a light on the many places to see and things to do," said Carlos Munoz, Airbnb Policy Manager for Central America and the Caribbean. "We're also excited to promote the important economic impact driven by hosting on Airbnb."
Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Curaçao, Dominica, Guyana, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Nevis, Saint Lucia, Sint Maarten, St. Martin, and Turks & Caicos are amongst the countries in the Caribbean participating in this joint partnership.