The most popular resorts in the Caribbean are packed to the rafters with holidaymakers, including guests who have never stayed in a hotel before.
From the top-shelf resorts to the less-than-luxurious, the Caribbean has a lot to offer, and it’s no surprise that more than half of all vacationers in the Americas prefer to stay at a resort.
However, as much as they enjoy the freedom of the island, the majority of people who go to the Caribbean aren’t going there for the tropical heat, stunning beaches or other exotic attractions.
Instead, they’re coming to the islands to explore and discover what’s out there.
The Caribbean has the largest percentage of visitors from the Americas and the largest number of vacationers from the Pacific Rim.
It’s a region of 4.3 million people, but its tourism has been declining for decades.
The region is in the midst of a recession, with its economy contracting by 10.2 percent in 2015, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
The economy was also hurt by the 2010 Haiti earthquake, which destroyed nearly 40 percent of the country’s economy.
Since 2010, the economy has grown at a slow rate, but the tourism industry is struggling.
This is the fifth year in a row that the Caribbean economy has shrunk, and the recession is the biggest threat to the region’s future.
To help alleviate the downturn, the International Tourism Industry Association (ITIA) recently introduced a new report to help guide the country as it tries to turn around its economy.
The report is titled “Tourism Outlook 2030,” and the report is based on a variety of data and analysis.
While the report focuses on the tourism sector, it also offers an overview of other sectors in the tourism market.
Here are a few of the key findings: 1.
The Americas have the most popular vacation destinations in the world.
The United States and Mexico are the two countries with the most vacation destinations per capita.
There are more than 300 million vacationers and nearly 80 percent of those vacationers are from the United States.
The most important destination is New Orleans, which has more than 12 million visitors a year.
New Orleans is the world’s busiest city for tourism, with over 30 million visitors in 2017.
The other top destinations are Miami and the Bahamas, with more than 6 million and 3.3, respectively.
The Dominican Republic is the most visited Caribbean island, accounting for nearly 9 million vacationists a year in 2017, and nearly one million in 2017 alone.
It was the second most popular destination in the region in 2018, after Cuba.
Caribbean resorts are a great place to see the sights.
In 2017, about 8.5 million vacation guests visited the Caribbean islands.
This number was up from 8.4 million in 2016.
It also was up significantly from 7.4 percent in 2017 and 8.9 percent in 2016, when the resort industry was still struggling.
The U.N. and Caribbean nations have the largest economies in the World, but only the Caribbean is home to the highest percentage of tourists from the U,S.
The tourism industry in the United Kingdom has fallen by about 50 percent since the beginning of the recession, but in the past decade it has grown faster.
In 2018, the tourism revenue in the U.,S.
was estimated to be about $3.8 billion.
However with the economic downturn and the U’s new leadership in the hemisphere, that figure will likely decrease.
In the past year, the U S. has cut back on its tourism programs, which have resulted in a drop in vacationers visiting the U U.K. and the Caribbean.
However in 2018 the Caribbean countries were ranked in the top 20 for tourism spending by travelers.
Caribbean countries are more developed than the U and the European Union.
The two largest Caribbean countries in 2017 were Barbados and the Dominican Republic, with a combined GDP of $7.7 trillion.
Barbados was the top tourist destination in 2017 with more tourist arrivals than any other Caribbean country, with 1.8 million people visiting each day.
The country had more vacationers per capita than any Caribbean country in 2017 at 9.3.
The second most visited was the Bahamas at 7.6, followed by Jamaica with 5.4.
Dominica and the Cayman Islands rounded out the top five.
Caribbean nations are relatively well connected with other countries.
Caribbean islands are geographically and economically close to each other, making it easier for travelers to cross borders, and most of the regions have a common language.
Caribbean regions also are closer geographically than the United Nations Region, which includes the Caribbean Islands and the Western Caribbean, which is home and land of more than 150 nations.
The majority of vacation guests are from China.
About 70 percent of all international travelers to the United State are