Anguilla Tourists Arrivals Reach New Heights in Q1 2024

Anguilla Tourists Arrivals Reach New Heights in Q1 2024The Valley, Anguilla – The Anguilla Tourist Board (ATB) has announced the first quarter visitor arrivals for Q1 2024, and the figures reveal that the island has outperformed Q1 2019 by 24.4% and Q1 2023 by 22.2%. From January through March 2024, Anguilla welcomed a total of 62,188 visitor arrivals to the island, versus 50,884 in Q1 2023 and 49,952 in Q1 2019. Tourist arrivals (stayovers) numbered 37,006, marking a record increase of 15% over Q1 2023.

The growth in Q1 2024 arrivals over Q1 2023 was led by the two largest source markets, the United States and Canada. US visitor arrivals totaled 41,399, up 32.7%, while US tourist arrivals for the same period numbered 27,176, an increase of 20.5%.

Canada’s visitor arrivals at 4,689 were up 22.4%; tourist arrivals at 2,074 were up 11.6%. The Caribbean also posted impressive growth of 41% in visitor arrivals and 33% in tourist arrivals; this region now represents Anguilla’s third-largest source market for visitors.

We’re absolutely delighted by the tangible outcomes stemming from our dedicated efforts to showcase Anguilla as the premier Caribbean destination,” exclaimed Mrs. Stacey Liburd, Director of Tourism for Anguilla. “Tourism thrives on collaboration, and this remarkable achievement underscores the immense cooperation and backing we receive from our valued stakeholders. With this momentum, we eagerly anticipate surpassing our achievements and making 2024 an outstanding year.

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