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Fun at L’eau Michel Mud Volcano
The Ministry of Tourism has been hosting a series of tours for the public in order to increase the awareness of our local tourist attractions as well as to provide an opportunity for citizens to become more actively involved in the tourism sector.
On November 25 there was an adventure tour to the L’eau Michel Mud Volcano in Penal.
On the way they stopped at the legendary doubles capital, Debe, to get a taste of why T&T is a spot for the culinary connoisseur.
The tour was expertly guided so participants could gain invaluable information on the hidden gems of our tourism sector. Those who went enjoyed themselves bathing in the mud volcano.
The ministry has joined with our Caribbean neighbours in commemorating Tourism Month with a sustained and heightened focus on the importance of tourism to the national economy during the months of November to December 2017. The primary objectives of Caribbean Tourism Month are to rally the nation behind the tourism sector by highlighting the possible role(s) each person can play in the development of this sector, raising awareness about the diversity of our tourism product and about the tourism sector as a whole.
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