This Week’s Stories Include Travel Talk Radio, Caribbean Journal and The Ann Tran Blog
BASSETERRE (26th March, 2021): St. Kitts continues to be featured in the media. This week, St. Kitts Tourism Authority CEO Racquel Brown was live on Travel Talk Radio, Caribbean Journal featured St. Kitts as one of the top islands to visit this spring and Ann Tran penned a blog post highlighting what St. Kitts has to offer as she reminisced on her last visit and outlined plans for her next trip to the island.
CEO Racquel Brown joined Bob Nesoff on his weekly live podcast Travel Talk Radio to talk about the “friendliest island in the Caribbean.” Nesoff and Brown discussed the island’s current travel requirements, delved into the island’s colonial history and other unique attributes, and discussed the growth of the tourism industry over the past few years.
Travel Talk Radio is a 30-minute live weekly podcast show that airs online via Blog Talk Radio on the NDB Media radio channel. It is hosted by Bob Nesoff, an award-winning journalist who has been covering the travel industry for 40-years, and who served as the first national president of the North American Travel Journalists Association and is a member of the prestigious American Society of Journalists and Authors.
Caribbean Journal recommends St. Kitts as one of 10 Islands to Visit This Spring noting the island’s efficient management of the pandemic, making it a destination where one will feel safe to travel, and praising it for its laid back, relaxing atmosphere and world-class hotels like the Park Hyatt St. Kitts.
Caribbean Journal is the world’s largest website and a global leader in covering Caribbean travel and trade news. Attracting both consumers and travel agents, Caribbean Journal shares the latest news from new flights to luxury hotel openings. Caribbean Journal receives 800k unique monthly visitors to its site and reaches over 480k followers across social media. Caribbean Journal has a presence in St. Kitts’ main source markets with 69% of readers being in the US, 5.1% in the UK, and 4.8% in Canada.
Ann Tran, a travel writer and branding consultant, recalled her visit to St. Kitts in a recent blog post wherein she outlined why St. Kitts appeals to travelers. She highlighted the adventures available to travelers both on land and sea and gave her top recommendations on where to stay. Tran visited St. Kitts as part of an influencer trip in December of 2017 and has since featured the destination widely on her social channels where she reaches over 590,000 followers.
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