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  1. The tourism industry and governments need a strategic long-term approach
    May 13, 2007

  2. International image reform
    May 10, 2007

  3. Guyana may soon be too expensive for tourists
    May 6, 2007

  4. Adequate accommodation, what next?
    May 5, 2007

  5. Tourism Minister: Maintain clean city momentum
    May 4, 2007

  6. Guyana about to price itself out of tourism market
    May 4, 2007

  7. No turning back
    May 1, 2007

  8. Post CWC tourism
    April 24, 2007

  9. Airlines record packed flights over Easter/CWC period
    April 23, 2007

  10. New hotels must plan strategically to ensure viability
    April 17, 2007

  11. Tourism
    April 15, 2007

  12. Tourism body pleased with CWC arrivals
    April 14, 2007

  13. Big Irish 'reunion' at Cara Hotels
    March 29, 2007

  14. Tropical View International Hotel opens
    March 29, 2007

  15. $100M Tropical View hotel opens doors
    March 28, 2007

  16. Visitors find Buddy's 'not too bad'
    March 28, 2007

  17. Another hotel cements Guyana as a tourist destination
    March 26, 2007

  18. Grand Coastal Inn still a pacesetter
    March 25, 2007

  19. Le Meridien Pegasus gears up for CWC
    March 25, 2007

  20. Le Grand Penthouse comparable to Caribbean hotels - Manniram Prashad
    March 25, 2007

  21. Poverty alleviation through tourism
    March 25, 2007

  22. Grand Coastal Inn ‘on the ball' for CWC
    March 24, 2007

  23. New hotel opens in Georgetown
    March 19, 2007

  24. Another hotel comes on stream
    March 19, 2007

  25. THINK TOURISM!
    March 17, 2007

  26. Cara Hotels in bid for Le Meridien
    March 7, 2007

  27. Destination Guyana
    March 2, 2007

  28. Barbados gets high tourism ranking -Guyana ranked at 100
    March 2, 2007

  29. Marriott hotel likely for Kingston area
    February 25, 2007

  30. The Government must work with tourism investors
    February 25, 2007

  31. IF ONLY
    February 24, 2007

  32. Tourist arrivals record slight decline
    February 23, 2007

  33. Court of Policy at Fort Island restored
    February 22, 2007

  34. Tourism being pushed - Prashad
    February 22, 2007

  35. Substantial work still to be completed on Casique
    February 18, 2007

  36. Six trainee rangers begin one-month tour guide training programme
    February 6, 2007

  37. US-based writer here to prepare in-depth tour guide
    February 1, 2007

  38. Friendly skies over Guyana
    January 28, 2007

  39. Parliament approves $33M for Casique
    January 20, 2007

  40. Two new Kitty hotels to add 65 rooms for CWC
    January 15, 2007

  41. Cruise ship tourism - possible economy booster
    January 14, 2007

  42. No comment on 'atrocious' rooms remark - Le Meridien manager
    January 6, 2007

  43. More top class hotels likely
    December 29, 2006

  44. Guyana is an unknown place to most Guyanese
    December 23, 2006

  45. Guyanese ComeBackees
    December 18, 2006

  46. Guyana not yet open for visa-free South America tourist travel
    December 18, 2006

  47. Funding the hotel projects
    December 17, 2006

  48. Protect tourism industry now
    November 30, 2006

  49. President says India has given a significant boost to tourism with stadium
    November 9, 2006

  50. Guyana has good birding tourism potential
    November 9, 2006

  51. Getting set for GuyExpo 2004
    August 22, 2004

  52. Cara Hotels cop top awards
    August 19, 2004

  53. Airship snags hit Guyana movie
    August 10, 2004

  54. 54,000 visitors for first half of 2004

  55. Ten-year tourist arrivals record likely to be broken

  56. Tourism needs clean city,adequate marketing
    July 14, 2004

  57. Roraima opens Residence Inn
    July 11, 2004

  58. Benabs boost for tourism
    July 6, 2004

  59. Tourism and the city
    July 7, 2004

  60. Record number of visitors to Guyana for first five months this year - GTA
    June 29, 2004

  61. More visitors expected in Guyana this year
    June 22, 2004

  62. Tourism needs to move up the political agenda rapidly
    June 20, 2004

  63. Visitors at record level
    June 18, 2004

  64. Bed and breakfast call for cricket World Cup
    May 27, 2004

  65. Aggressive marketing critical to selling tourism product - GTA
    April 27, 2004

  66. Tourism authority upbeat on results of marketing efforts
    April 22, 2004

  67. Promising cruise liner signs
    April 20, 2004

  68. Tourists returning to Guyana - Nadir
    April 17, 2004

  69. Regatta set to launch Bartica's tourism
    April 11, 2004

  70. Trinidad hikers due this week
    April 11, 2004

  71. Resuscitated national service at Omai can relieve unemployment - Joe Singh
    April 7, 2004

  72. City hoping to cash in on tourism
    April 5, 2004

  73. Conservation must be integrated with tourism
    April 3, 2004

  74. Marcelle opens airport duty-free shop at Cheddi Jagan International Airport
    March 22, 2004

  75. Yachts sail into Parika
    March 13, 2004

  76. Flotilla of yachts headed for Guyana
    March 10, 2004

  77. Coming pleasure yachts big boost for tourism industry
    March 10, 2004

  78. Guyana ideal cruise ship destination
    March 9, 2004

  79. Cruise liner docks here with 550 tourists
    March 8, 2004

  80. Cruise ship visit marks turning point - Nadir
    March 8, 2004

  81. New airport security fee from tomorrow
    February 29, 2004

  82. Guyana to be featured in Canadian magazines
    February 17, 2004

  83. Tourism Ministry, Hits and Jams in Mashramani collaboration
    February 2, 2004

  84. Tourism Ministry/Hits & Jams promote participation in Mash
    January 30, 2004

  85. Tourism authority launches website
    January 24, 2004

  86. Tourism Authority goes into cyberspace
    January 23, 2004

  87. Guyana adventure package makes newspaper's Top Ten
    January 15, 2004

  88. 2003 records highest tourist arrivals in 8 years
    January 10, 2004

  89. Cara Inn to close doors this year
    January 9, 2004

  90. Cara to close Kitty hotel
    January 8, 2004

  91. LaRose captures tourism award
    January 6, 2004

  92. Record number of visitors in December
    December 28, 2003

  93. $4.5M solar system for Kaieteur Falls yearend
    December 23, 2003

  94. Guyanese complete tour guide training
    December 21, 2003

  95. Project re-launched for small tourism operators
    December 20, 2003

  96. Important role of THAG not unnoticed - Minister Nadir
    December 15, 2003

  97. Sun, sea and sand becoming stale
    November 30, 2003

  98. Soesdyke-Linden Corridor
    November 30, 2003

  99. Highway resorts successfully attract day-tripper market
    November 23, 2003

  100. Tourism ambassadors to be deployed in schools
    November 17, 2003

  101. Tourism has a pivotal role in Caribbean economies
    November 9, 2003

  102. A new Guyana beckons
    November 7, 2003

  103. Guyana tourism to be plugged at two events in London
    November 6, 2003

  104. `Friends of Kaieteur Initiative', Tourism Awareness Month launched
    November 2, 2003

  105. Palm Court closure will leave downtown vacuum
    October 8, 2003

  106. Making our resorts safer
    September 2, 2003

  107. Tourism Authority heartened by 'manners' campaign response
    August 14, 2003

  108. Developments taking place in tourism industry
    August 11, 2003

  109. THAG wants Suriname to set up compatible standards
    July 31, 2003

  110. Nadir reports more visitors’ arrival since crime lull
    July 31, 2003

  111. Canada-based group pledges to promote Guyana tourism
    July 28, 2003

  112. Cruise ship passengers set sail with happy memories
    May 2, 2003

  113. The Tourism Sector
    May 1, 2003

  114. Cruise ship docks in Georgetown
    April 29, 2003

  115. Cruise Ship in Port Georgetown
    April 29, 2003

  116. THAG outlines changed focus for 2003
    April 11, 2003

  117. Substantial improvements to CBJ Airport in 2002
    April 10, 2003

  118. New approach to market Guyana’s tourism
    March 23, 2003

  119. Luxury yacht tour sets sail for Guyana 14-17 day packages on offer
    March 22, 2003

  120. Public/private approach best for key tourist sites
    March 19, 2003

  121. Tourist group looks to market three sites
    March 15, 2003

  122. Tourism sector technical committee moving to set benchmark for quality of services
    March 11, 2003

  123. U.G. tourism students begin Bartica Outreach
    March 6, 2003

  124. Tourism Ministry reports increase in visitors last year
    February 1, 2003

  125. Tourism association focuses on training
    January 28, 2003

  126. Roulette wheels may spin in Georgetown
    January 25, 2003

  127. Nadir announces plans to boost tourism
    January 25, 2003

  128. Canadian tour operators explore possible packages here
    January 24, 2003

  129. Travelspan to expand service
    January 21, 2003

  130. Tourism authority cries poverty
    January 19, 2003

  131. Nadir upbeat about tourism prospects
    January 17, 2003

  132. IICA Director General speaks of agriculture/tourism link
    December 18, 2002

  133. Would you advise relatives to come for Xmas?
    December 16, 2002

  134. Ministry to launch campaign against bad manners
    November 28, 2002

  135. Tourism publications praised
    November 23, 2002

  136. Media given tour of Cinderella County's historical sites
    November 22, 2002

  137. Publications to push Guyana tourism launched
    November 20, 2002

  138. Guyana Consulate in Ontario releases 2003 Guyana Tourism Calendar
    November 2, 2002

  139. Nadir slams statement from tourism association
    October 26, 2002

  140. Barbadian journalists visit local tourist resorts
    October 13, 2002

  141. Tourism body says crime wave affecting potential visitors
    October 11, 2002

  142. Guyana not under siege
    September 19, 2002

  143. GUYEXPO fully booked, 75,000 visitors expected
    September 11, 2002

  144. Visitors need not come to the city
    August 11, 2002

  145. Number of visitors up - Luncheon
    August 8, 2002

  146. Region One has great potential to be tourist destination - THAG Executive Director
    July 28, 2002

  147. Nadir announces month long delay with Tourism Authority
    July 25, 2002

  148. Tourism board members to be named by month-end
    July 23, 2002

  149. Stopover arrivals increase
    July 13, 2002

  150. Carnegie to be upgraded for hospitality industry training
    July 8, 2002

  151. Ticket refunds to follow settling of secured debts -Alli
    June 22, 2002

  152. Tourism Authority set for August 1 launching
    June 22, 2002

  153. Tourism Authority to be set up in six months
    June 20, 2002

  154. GUYEXPO 2002 to capitalise on El Dorado lure
    June 7, 2002

  155. Rodrigues says tourism development can help Orealla
    June 7, 2002

  156. Tourism pioneer Jardim awarded
    June 6, 2002

  157. Caribbean urged to piggyback on Cuba's re-entry as tourism force
    May 29, 2002

  158. Essequibo River chart did not show sand bank - Harbour Master
    May 18, 2002

  159. International Hotel School may be opened in September
    May 12, 2002

  160. Bill to set up 'watershed' Tourism Authority passed
    May 10, 2002

  161. Burnishing the Guyana tourism product
    May 6, 2002

  162. Buxton disturbances affect Hampton View Inn
    May 1, 2002

  163. "Agri-Tourism"
    April 26, 2002

  164. Sign points new way for airport
    March 25, 2002

  165. Canadian company eyes Guyana for adventure tourists
    March 22, 2002

  166. Tourism authority, cinema owners welcome budget
    March 20, 2002

  167. Govt to fork over US$112,000 for regional tourism drive
    February 14, 2002

  168. Dent problems
    February 12, 2002

  169. Guyana may withdraw from regional tourism campaign
    February 11, 2002

  170. A dozen benches for the seawall
    February 6, 2002

  171. Tourism breakthrough
    December 30, 2001

  172. Tourism industry contributing US$58M per annum - Nadir
    December 14, 2001

  173. Canadian travel agents show heightened interest in Guyana
    December 11, 2001

  174. Future Caribbean Star plans include marketing Guyana tourism
    December 11, 2001

  175. Developing a culture of tourism
    November 22, 2001

  176. Guyana proposes comprehensive convention against terrorism
    November 20, 2001

  177. Rescuing Caribbean tourism
    November 11, 2001

  178. Guyana consulate in Toronto launches tourism magazine
    October 28, 2001

  179. Roundtable outlines key steps to develop tourism
    October 27, 2001

  180. Coping with the travel hassle
    September 23, 2001

  181. The terrorist attacks on the US
    September 17, 2001

  182. Stimulating measures
    August 21, 2001

  183. The trauma of arrival
    August 18, 2001

  184. A new idea for tourists
    August 8, 2001

  185. Tourism advisers to review legislation draft as priority
    August 7, 2001

  186. Red tape shackling tourism incentives
    July 6, 2001

  187. Nadir urges support for plan that can work
    June 29, 2001

  188. Guyana-Barbados package holds promise of hassle-free travel
    June 29, 2001

  189. Welcome promise on hassle-free travel
    June 29, 2001

  190. Tourism task force gives govt twelve-month kick-start plan
    June 28, 2001

  191. Unrest has had some impact on tourism
    May 31, 2001

  192. President pledges tourism incentives
    May 31, 2001

  193. Government grants regional airline route rights
    May 29, 2001

  194. Rupununi Chamber worried about airfare hikes
    January 25, 2001

  195. Task force to propel tourism policy
    January 19, 2001

  196. Guyana to stop CTO dues unless it improves tourism promotion
    January 13, 2001

  197. Several hotels, resorts seeking expansion permission
    January 10, 2001

  198. Keep the push on
    December 13, 2000

  199. Wilderness Explorers targeting tourists from Down Under
    October 17, 2000

  200. Building on Number 63
    October 14, 2000

  201. New $150M hotel at Le Ressouvenir for monthend opening
    October 10, 2000

  202. Da Silva woes tourism investment from region
    October 7, 2000

  203. Cortours, bureaucracy and the border
    September 29, 2000

  204. Tourism could potentially earn more revenue than rice & sugar
    September 18, 2000

  205. A partnership of promise
    September 16, 2000

  206. Sports tourism to be pushed
    September 7, 2000

  207. Major follow-through from GuyExpo 2000
    September 6, 2000

  208. US$800,000 to be earmarked for autonomous tourism board
    September 5, 2000

  209. Flight delays, poor service stifle tourism industry
    September 3, 2000

  210. GUYEXPO 2000 opened at the Sophia Exhibition Centre last
    August 27, 2000

  211. Viewers discover positive aspects of Guyana at GuyExpo
    August 27, 2000

  212. Telling a story
    August 24, 2000

  213. Heritage tourism project to generate economic benefits
    August 24, 2000

  214. Overwhelming response to GuyExpo 2000
    August 22, 2000

  215. GuyExpo 2000 has attracted 180 organisations to date
    August 12, 2000

  216. Customs, immigration officers have to become tourism friendly
    August 9, 2000

  217. CARICOM heads upbeat about Guyana tourism
    July 5, 2000

  218. Showcasing Guyana for the new millennium
    July 1, 2000

  219. Tourism association supports Beal spaceport project
    June 10, 2000

  220. Honing the tourism product
    June 6, 2000

  221. Incorrect data on vector diseases could hinder tourism
    May 29, 2000

  222. Tourism potential re-confirmed
    May 28, 2000

  223. President to seek foreign help for local tourism
    May 26, 2000

  224. Recommendations from conference to inform tourism policy -Jagdeo
    May 24, 2000

  225. Promoting tourism
    May 23, 2000

  226. Test run for 'Guianas Trail' by year end
    May 23, 2000

  227. 'Guianas Trail' to come on stream shortly
    May 22, 2000

  228. Environment could become number one concern of travellers
    May 22, 2000

  229. Local tourism awareness plan should have three-pronged approach
    May 21, 2000

  230. 'Buy Local' campaign continues with `Guyana Nite 2000'
    May 20, 2000

  231. 'See us with your hearts, feel us with your eyes'
    May 20, 2000

  232. Tourism cannot be entirely left to private sector
    May 20, 2000

  233. Guyana needs sports tourism policy
    May 10, 2000

  234. Guyana moves to overcome negative image
    April 28, 2000

  235. Bettering the image of the country
    April 28, 2000

  236. The sterling work of Guyana's Consul General in Toronto
    April 28, 2000

  237. Guy-Expo launched
    April 28, 2000

  238. 'Reject negative image of Guyana'
    April 26, 2000

  239. Tourism group meets Hoyte
    April 21, 2000

  240. Tourism group head to address conference in Toronto
    April 17, 2000

  241. Tourism enterprises taking booths at Fitness Expo' 2000
    April 15, 2000

  242. Airlines alerted to cancelled US visas
    April 11, 2000

  243. Help promote better Guyana image abroad
    April 8, 2000

  244. Tourism Minister sounds negative images warning
    April 8, 2000

  245. Negative images blame
    April 8, 2000

  246. THAG adopts ten-point plan
    April 4, 2000

  247. New tourism executive aiming to form more partnerships
    March 31, 2000

  248. $20M to be spent on Tourism Authority when set up
    March 31, 2000

  249. Guyana to market own tourism product
    March 27, 2000

  250. Georgetown tourism conference likely to yield $66M
    March 25, 2000

  251. McGrath lauds moves to set up tourism board
    March 25, 2000

  252. Melbourne Inn adds to local tourism thrust
    March 10, 2000

  253. Guyana gets copies of new Caribbean tourism manual
    February 4, 2000

  254. Training manuals to generate career interest in tourism
    February 4, 2000

  255. Guyana's catch-up strategy in tourism
    January 31, 2000

  256. Guyana to feature as tourist attraction next month
    January 28, 2000

  257. Guyana in Vakantiebeurs
    January 23, 2000

  258. Ban on airline passengers without proper papers
    January 20, 2000

  259. Ex-TV show host heads tourism group
    January 10, 2000

  260. Tourism authority, standards legislation for parliament next month
    January 9, 2000

  261. Tourism ministry wooing overseas Guyanese for Mashramani revelry
    January 8, 2000

  262. TV producer Shortgill heads tourism group
    January 6, 2000

  263. `Masquerade' welcome for visitors
    December 25, 1999

  264. Tourism groups in one-day expo
    December 21, 1999

  265. Conference next year to help attract foreign tourists
    December 20, 1999

  266. 'Mash' machinery ready to go
    December 18, 1999

  267. DaSilva pledges aid for tourism at magazine launch
    December 17, 1999

  268. `Mash 2000' launched with challenge to tourism sector
    December 16, 1999

  269. Promoting tourism
    December 12, 1999

  270. No government support for London travel expo -tourism association
    December 10, 1999

  271. Resort owners urge viable tourism plan
    December 5, 1999

  272. EU to fund tourism authority building -- chess hall identified
    November 28, 1999

  273. Seeing our country
    November 24, 1999

  274. Tourism Ministry plans cultural extravaganza of the Guianas
    October 23, 1999

  275. Carib named official beer of tourism
    September 24, 1999

  276. Walk-in internet access for small hoteliers
    August 28, 1999

  277. Is there a future for the tourism industry in Guyana?
    August 15, 1999

  278. Group plans millennium welcome here
    August 3, 1999

  279. Hundreds of Guyanese to return home to greet new millennium
    August 2, 1999

  280. Youths complete free internet cafe course
    August 2, 1999

  281. Tracking `backtracking'
    July 31, 1999

  282. UG Tourism Studies Unit consults with tourism industry on curriculum
    June 28, 1999

  283. UG tourism unit hosts curriculum consultation
    June 20, 1999

  284. Tourism development plan final report submitted
    June 13, 1999

  285. Tourism Board will demand standards in the industry
    June 10, 1999

  286. OAS assigns expert to aid tourist industry here
    September 10, 1998

  287. Govt has to help make Guyana's tourism industry competitive
    September 9, 1998

  288. Protection of sites among plans to improve tourism
    March 22, 1998

  289. Ministry records sharp decline in tourism
    February 15, 1998

  290. Guyanese Can Gain From Sound Tourism Industry




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