Minister of Tourism urges residents in the vicinity of the St. Kitts Eco-park to capitalize on business opportunities

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At the recent ceremony to mark the official handing over of the St. Kitts Eco-park (the Agro-Tourism Demonstration Farm Co-Op) from the Republic of China (Taiwan) to the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis, Minister of Tourism, the Honourable Lindsay Grant, encouraged individuals living in the park’s surrounding areas to think outside the box to capitalize on the high traffic at the site, which is located in Sandy Point.“Experience has shown that once properly managed.

The minister stated that with the local tourism landscape expanding to more rural communities, a community-based division in the Ministry of Tourism had to be set up to ensure that the tourism dollars are not only spent in Basseterre, but in areas like Old Road, Sandy Point, St. Paul’s, Cayon and the like.


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