Partners in the tourism sector are being called upon to ensure that their licenses are up to date and that they adhere to the fundamentals of their licenses to ensure that quality service is delivered to guests of the island.
According to Chief Executive Officer of the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) Rudy Grant, it is of “critical importance” that all tourism enterprises are licensed.
“I want to say to our partners you need to get licensed (and) adhere to the elements of the license so as to ensure that we at the Tourism Authority, through the set standards are confident that we are giving to our visitors the kind of exposure and the kind of experience which we would want them to have in our destination,” Grant told reporters at a press conference.
The main tourism stakeholders on the island are car rental operators, tourist guides, tour operators, taxi drivers, water sports operators, hotels and guesthouses and owners/operators of Villas, apartments and cottages.
While the period for the renewal of licenses has now ended, THE NEW TODAY understands there is no late fee being enforced in the industry at the moment.