Find Tourism and Travel partners in Barbados

Overview

Tourism plays a hugely important role in supporting and developing the economy of Barbados. The tourism and travel industry contributed BBD3,625.6m in 2011. The sector supported 59,500 jobs, including those indirectly supported, accounting for a significant 42.7% of total employment (World Travel and Tourism Council – WTTC 2011).  This placed the country 10th in the world (out of 181 countries) in terms of the relative contribution of the industry to the economy, with a 43.5% share of GDP, vastly above the world average of 14% (WTTC 2011). In 2010 the country saw 532,000 tourist arrivals, with the United Kingdom acting as the main source market, followed by the United States and Canada respectively. Additionally, there continues to be a large number of cruise passenger arrivals, with 664,747 visitors in 2010. In 2011 visitor exports generated BBD2,249m, constituting 43.4% of total exports. The Barbados Tourism Authority (BTA) officially promotes tourism to the country and has offices in Australia, Europe and North America.  The Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association represents private sector interests and also carries out promotions, sometimes in partnership with the BTA.

Tourism and Travel organisations in Barbados
Accra Beach Hotel & Resort
Almond Beach Village
Barbados Tourism Authority
Barbados Tourism Investment Inc (BTI)
Barbados Tourism Investment Inc (BTI)
Beach View
Bougainvillea Beach Resort
Calabash Skyviews
Caribbean Dynamics Inc
Caribbean Tourism Organization (C.T.O.)
Colony Club
Coral Reef Club
Crane Beach Resort
Crystal Cove
Direct Car Rentals Ltd
Fairmont Royal Pavilion
Gems of Barbados
Grand Barbados Beach Resort
Hilton Barbados
Homar Rentals Ltd
Little Good Harbour
Mangobay Barbados
May Hinds Consulting
Port St Charles
Royal Westmoreland
Sandpiper
Sandy Lane
Sunset Crest Resort
Tamarind Cove
The House
Turtle Beach Resort