Rockland revved up its chairlift to offer a sneak peek into the country’s newest attraction to set to open around the end of summer. Tourism and Economic Affairs Minister Melissa Arrindell-Doncher, who experienced the adventure activity for the first time told the Press that as she stood on the viewing deck of Sentry Hill that this newest addition to the country’s portfolio will “definitely boost tourism” to the destination.
She said, “It was amazing she said of the experience, adding that the product is well poised to market itself as a featured attraction. The view on the way up and at the top could not have been imagines, she said, as almost every few metres reveal something different. The views at certain point highlight Anguilla, St. Barths, Saba and St. Eustatius and Tintamarre.
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The Caribbean Aviation Meetup began on June 12th 2017 at the Sonesta Maho Convention Room. According to the organizers, the conference may be called the most significant and largest airlift conference ever held in the Caribbean. The numbers speak for themselves: 30 highly qualified professionals making 30 presentations spread over three days. Conference participants are from 28 countries and territories. Minister of Tourism and Economic Affairs Mellissa Arrindell-Doncher official welcomed all delegations to the island and congratulated Carib-Aviation Chairman Bud Slabbaert and his team for organizing this very important and dynamic conference.
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