CTO Report shows uptick in tourist arrivals for 2022

Source: SKNVibes

ST. KITTS-NEVIS saw significant increases in tourist arrivals last year over 2021, which is indicative of the uptick in the number of arrivals across the region based on statistics provided by the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO).

According to statistics provided by the CTOF, with the exception of data from the Vance Amory International Airport, in 2022 St. Kitts and Nevis recorded 77,746 arrivals.

That number represents a 299.8 percent increase over 2021, with the winter season representing the bulk of the changes.

According to the data, June (7,122). July (7, 330) and December (11, 421) were the months that saw the major tourist arrivals for the last calendar year.

The increase could be the result of a number of factors, including the return of the St. Kitts Music Festival, the dropping of COVID-19 regulations, and the full return of Carnival activities..

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