People’s Tourism Choice Awards

Grenada Tourism Authority

The People’s Tourism Choice Awards programme seeks to recognise people who exemplify excellence in the tourism industry in Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean.

The Grenada Tourism Authority invites citizens in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique to send in their nominations during Tourism Awareness Month.

Nomination process:

  • Visit the Grenada Tourism Authority’s Tourism Awareness Campaign website to nominate someone whom you think exemplifies Tourism excellence as part of the Tourism People’s Choice Awards.
  • Scroll down the website and fill out the contact form. Complete 2 paragraphs explaining your nomination and submit.

Award Process:

3 people will be chosen by an expert panel from the batch of nominations to be awarded during Tourism Awareness Month.


  • 2-night stay at Macabana Villas for 2
  • A day pass at Sandals Grenada for 2
  • Dinner for 2

Deadline for submissions: 25 November 2018. Awards: 30 November 2018.

NB: Nominations should come from the 8 sectors of Tourism: Accommodation, Food and Beverage, Adventure Tourism and Recreation, Transportation, Events, Attractions, Travel Trade and Tourism Services.

Submissions should be based on tenure or impact within the industry.

Grenada Tourism Authority

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4 thoughts on “People’s Tourism Choice Awards

  1. Suzette Francis

    I would like to nominate Allison Caton: Isle of Reefs Tours is doing a great job promoting Carriacou. The posts on social media are amazing!

  2. Happy Man

    Allison offers an amazing way to enjoy Carriacou and its surrounding islands. Experiencing Carriacou from the pure and honest perspective that Isle of Reefs Tours offers is simply breathtaking.

  3. Desrine john

    I am happy to Nominate Alison Caton of Isle of Reefs Tours for Adventure Tourism. Alison has done an amazing job in binging positive exposure to Grenada and Carriacou.
    Whether at home or abroad. She is always making a positive impact on Grenada’s tourism industry.

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