iciHaiti - Crisis : Tourism and the image of Haiti seriously affected
Minister Stephenson remains convinced that the tourism sector will be reborn despite the heavy consequences resulting from the riots and calls for the protection of the conditions conducive to investment in this sector of primary importance for the country.
Recall some of the consequences of these social disorders initiated and supported by the opposition :
103 Quebec tourists stranded for a week in Haiti at the Royal Decameron Hotel Indigo Beach Resort & Spa due to civil unrest https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-26958-icihaiti-canada-back-home-for-133-tourists-hostages-of-the-crisis-in-haiti.html
Temporary closure of the seaside resort Moulin Sur Mer (in Montrouis), obliged to temporarily suspend its activities and services (Hotel - Marina - Restaurant) due to the impossibility of procuring essential inputs for the well-being of tourists https://www.icihaiti.com/en/news-26982-icihaiti-tourism-moulin-sur-mer-temporarily-stops-its-activities.html
The desertion of customers of the Hotel Karibe, which threatens more than 300 jobs https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-26990-haiti-news-zapping.html
The cancellation until 15 March 2019 of the tour operator Boomerang of all his departures travelers on Haiti for his Holiday Club 4 star Coralia on the Côte des Aracadins https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-26950-haiti-tourism-hard-blow-for-haiti-and-the-development-of-the-haitian-tourism-sector.html
The suspension of many flights of several airlines...
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