Travel Advisors Selling the Caribbean (TASC) continues its virtual learning series to highlight the vast array of entertainment hot spots throughout the Caribbean, as part of the organization’s 1-year Anniversary celebration.
The latest stop on the celebration tour was Prickly Pear Restaurant and Bar at Prickly Pear Cay, Anguilla. This initiative is designed to provide travel advisors with continuous hands-on education and insider information to better sell the Caribbean.
Every Wednesday during the month of September, TASC hosts a virtual party in a different Caribbean destination to keep travel advisors informed and enlightened.
Prickly Pear Cay is a small deserted island located six miles north of Road Bay Anguilla. This tropical piece of paradise is accessible by boat only and the journey from Anguilla takes approximately 20 minutes.
As Anguilla prepares to fully reopen its borders, Chairman of the Anguilla Tourist Board, Kenroy Herbert, confirmed the destination’s readiness to welcome visitors back as they enter Phase II of the recovery strategy.
He explained that hospitality staff had been fully trained and businesses had been inspected by health officials to ensure that proper health and safety protocols were in place.