Events Planning and Festivals


The Citadelle King Henry Christophe (North)
(also known as Citadelle Laferrière)

The main objective of the Tapio‘n’Kan© (the Resource Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Management) web portal is to make the centre’s online and distance tourism and hospitality training resources available. It will also increase knowledge of the centre,

known by its French acronym Le CReDF©, among many more business executives, small- and medium-sized business managers; show-business/entertainment, recreation and sports industry professionals; learners in the corporate and governmental event, conference and meeting planning industry and those in related tourist product and service industries through a e-learning portal, which they can use for research from the best post-secondary institutions, that is, technical and professional colleges, graduate schools in business management and universities. Our expansive international resources offer you post-secondary educational programs, professional and technical training and professional development on an individual basis over the Internet and distance learning in real time.

Copyright © 2013 Claude Saint-Rome
Wharf of Port-de-Paix (Nothwest), Haïti

Le CReDF© personnel have worked and continue to work relentlessly to make tourism management and sustainable community development a priority by providing training opportunities in heritage and cultural tourism, which requires double training, that is, heritage and cultural studies and studies in micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprise (MSME) management, and by presenting learners with a wide range of learning tools, primarily online or in hybrid mode (in person/face-to-face, print, CD, DVD, Internet, computer assisted training/learning/presentation, etc.) in language adapted to each learning level (post-secondary students of all ages, adult professionals, etc.) and entrepreneurs who, young and old, women and men and young professional adults, work in the field of developing cultural products and services, specifically, in festival and conference management.

Although the didactic materials of distance learning are designed so that learners can progress alone, in reality, they are never completely on their own because they can take advantage of the supervision of tutors1.

Fort Vallière, Môle Saint-Nicolas
Courtesy of ManManPemba, your local guide to Haiti.
Fort Vallière, Môle Saint-Nicolas (Nord-Ouest)

This program in festival and conference management permits students to acquire the required knowledge and skills to manage events from the social perspective of sustainable development and environmental responsibility. Therefore, students familiarize themselves with the components of event organization such as orientation, conception, exploration, planning, production, publicity, promotion and activity evaluation.2

With successful completion of this festival and conference management program, graduates can work in collaboration with the project management team to support local urban and rural communities in the proper organization of customer service, event infrastructure maintenance, logistics, security, restaurant services and accommodations, including quality service delivery, preparing for reception and tourism guiding techniques, conducting promotions using information and communications technology (ICT) tools, preparing Happy Hours for official visitors/VIPs, conference participants and guests to network, socialize and create business relationships with other managers of tourist accommodation managers or entrepreneurs from the private sector in related tourist service and product industries and to coordinate registration and reception, which is done through a friendly meeting during their stay.

Boukan Guinguette
Copyright © Hotel Boukan Guinguette, Haïti

​Local visitors and tourists will be welcomed by staff working at the counter of the reception of customer service in order for benefit from the increase in both the supply and quality of services hospitality through the activities of the management of the welcoming and accommodation (Front Desk and Hospitality Services), thanks to “au flot d’investissement dans le secteur ces dernières années notamment dans l’augmentation à 10 milles du nombre de chambres d’hôtels disponibles”3 [NDLR Translation: the flow of investment in the sector especially in recent years the increase to 10,000 the number of available hotel rooms] by promoting at the same time the implementation of a wide variety of tourism offers for four and five star hotels [Hibiscus], two and three star hotels [Hibiscus] (Hibiscus is the Haitian equivalent of international classification stars), motels, tourist residences, vacation villages, traditional architecture cottages (country houses), B&Bs, youth hostels with reasonable rates for young local and foreign travelers, guesthouses and vacation centres.

Habitation Jouissant
Copyright © Habitation Jouissant, Haïti

When they have finished with their studies, graduates of the festival and conference management program can coordinate and manage event products designed and implemented jointly with the active participation of project initiators or sponsors from the local to international level, granting organizations, local authorities and members of the general public, local tourist authorities, agricultural and food production organizations and fishing industry associations, NGOs, non-profits organizations, the Chambre des métiers et de l’artisanat d’Haïti, Haitian regional Chambres de Commerce, d’Industrie et des Professions, the executives of collective enterprises in the regions, the leaders of local community organizations and local partners on the ground.


Event management and conference planning coordinators must have a good understanding of the use of basic IT tools. From that perspective, graduates of the festival and conference management program will contribute to implementing the use of Internet technology in a web 2.0 multimedia environment and new ICT4 in organizing events and planning conferences. Furthermore, that management knowledge reinforce and develop local organizations, specifically, through social media. Also, the addition of a service industry marketing strategy revolving around the recognized concept of the extended marketing mix model (also known as the 7Ps) will contribute to both the touristic and cultural aspects, thus combining them from a promotional perspective of cultural tourism and heritage development management in all kinds of advertising, public relations and e-marketing activities for event products through the production of an event website. This strategy will surely produce opportunities throughout the value-added chain, opportunities that will also be necessary to consider in event products while being sure to include the project sponsor, local community organizations and local elected officials.

Le Mont Joli Hotel
Copyright © Hotel Mont joli, Haïti


The festival and conference management program is intrinsically connected with the project management program. Project requirements, or what we could call major deliverables, are used to create the work breakdown structure (WBS), which deals with all the work on the product and project, including project management work5The project manager plays an important role in project completion. All projects must go through a process to make sure that all project activities are carried out and that all parts of the process are achieved [sic]6Work products will have better quality because the festival and conference manager and his or her personnel will be more involved in all quality assurance (QA) process control activities. The delivery of services focusing on work products is oriented on the satisfaction of internal and external clients, respectively, project sponsor/s and festival-goers, official visitors/VIPs, conference participants, guests, local visitors and tourists.

Quality Assurance starts with a good
set of project requirements

In the application of new festival and conference management program curricula in most of the post-secondary institutions here and elsewhere, we have observed the addition of internships with tourism associations, tourism and conference boards, hotels and conference centres, professional and business associations, sports and recreational organizations and public agencies of the host countries in the last phase of the program. Furthermore, students must carry out a real-time project, also known as directed work, at the end of their studies. They will also be monitored and have the help of a coach, applying their knowledge by carrying out their work to prepare themselves for evaluations under the supervision of a project management professional. In fact, a 120-hour event management project and internships will help students to apply the knowledge they have acquired since training began7.

When a project is completed, the festival and conference management manager, who is in charge of the particular event project, must rigorously supervise workloads to determine the effort, duration, cost, communication, risk, quality and supplies in his or her work products to create the final deliverable.

In conclusion, work products, including the work of project management, are executed throughout the project lifecycle according to four distinct project management phases: start-up, planning, organization, execution and closure.

A non-exhaustive list of various events includes:

  • weddings, festivals, colloquia and international conventions;
  • carnivals such as Mardi Gras in February and the flower festival in July in Haiti;

    National Carnival around the heritage buildings and fortress of Cap-Haïtien city in the northern region
    10, 11 and 12 February 2013 Cap-Haïtien (North) Haiti – Kanaval 2013 « Se la pou w te la! »
    Crédit Photos Copyright © 2013 Ministère du Tourisme et des Industries Créatives Haïti (MTIC)

  • official/VIP visits;
  • breakfast seminars on education, culture, the environment, socioeconomic issues, etc.;
  • seminars, symposia, conferences and international meetings;
  • major sporting events, mega-concerts and benefits;
  • charity fundraising campaigns in the workplace;
  • cultural and artistic presentations (poetry festival, music and films under the arbour or the stars);
  • guided visits of the Parc national historique, which includes monuments to Haiti’s material and intangible heritage: Citadelle Henri Christophe, specifically, the Musée d’Artillerie there, Palais Sans-Souci and Chapelle Sans-Souci near the commune of Milot and the site of the buildings and fortress of Ramiers in the northern region;
  • guided visits of the Centre d’interprétation de l’histoire et de l’économie de l’Artibonite [Artibonite history and economy interpretation centre] opened in Palais de la Belle-Rivière, commonly called the “Palais aux 365 portes” [palace of 365 doors], which residents affectionately call “Ka Wa” (king’s house), located near the commune of Petite-Rivière de l’Artibonite in the department of Artibonite;
  • guided visits of the interpretation centre at the remains of the residence of Toussaint Louverture, who was governor-general and commander-in-chief of Haiti, an exhibit of panels explaining the life and major moments8of Toussaint as the great builder of Haitian independence. Visitors will have the honour of reaching the heights of Ennery in Sancey, the exposition centre with panels and reading tables all around the circumference of the ruins explaining the history and structure of colonial coffee plantations9 and other natural sites and tourist attractions of the area such as the cavern at Dufosse and Fort Odige, which Toussaint had built for strategic reasons. The fort is perched on Morne Puilboreau (mòn lan Piboro in Haitian Kreyòl) overlooking the city of Ennery, making that city another tourist destination to explore in the department of Artibonite;
  • Copyright © Auberge du Picolet, Cap-Haïtien (Nord)

    guided visits of natural sites and tourist attractions,subaquatic cultural heritage, botanic gardens, caverns, national parks and nature reserves to protect fauna and flora that is rare or unique in the world, for example, the Parc national Macaya (south), the Parc national la Visite Haïti (southeast), the Jardin Botanique des Cayes (south) in the Bergeaud neighbourhood; the Centre d’Interprétation de la Nature in Aquin (south), Le Saut waterfall (central), Saut du Baril (Nippes), etc.;

  • guided visits of the Fête de l’eau in Saut-d’Eau/Le Saut waterfall or “Ville Bonheur” (Centre- bas du Plateau central) pilgrimage site receiving several hundreds of Vodou and Catholic pilgrims and a large number of visitors each year, mainly Haitian diaspora and local tourists coming to discover the rites and traditions of Haitian Vodou;
  • agricultural festivals, patronal fairs and agri-food product exhibits in the rural areas and tastings of the traditional cuisine of farming areas;
  • Fòlibète
    Fort St-Joseph – Fort Liberté (Nord-Est), Haïti

    another part of Haitian cultural heritage is the lakou triangle of Vodou traditions in Badjo, Soukri Danach and Souvenans in Artibonite province, lakou devotees taking you on guided visits of those three highly sacred and traditional places of Haitian Vodou pilgrimage;

  • guided visits of the ethno-tourism project, which the Bureau National d’Ethnologie (BNE) and the Ministère du Tourisme et des Industries Créatives Haïti (MTIC) have jointly launched, three traditional massage therapy rooms while introducing the management of very small well-being, spa and healthcare businesses in the lakou triangle of Vodou traditions in Badjo, Soukri  Danach and Souvenans in Artibonite province;
  • guided visits of museums, art galleries and theme villages on the Haitian artisanal know-how circuit such as the artists’ village of Noailles in the commune of Croix-des-Bouquets (west), the stone sculpting village of Cormier very close to Léogane (west), all of the city of Jacmel (southeast), the creative village of Milot (north), The Taíno Museum, Route de Labadie, Bande du Nord (north) and the tourist market in the city of Cayes (south);
  • fashion shows, arts and fashion creations and accessories;

    Fashion show inspired by Taíno Art – Haïti
    Copyright 2013 – Le Nouvelliste Haïti

  • theatre arts (choirs, dance, theatre, concerts and banquet);
  • theatre supper shows;

    Copyright © Cormier Beach Resort, Haiti

  • cocktail parties at which guests are dressed in business attire or more relaxed clothing;
  • galas at which guests are dressed in formal attire;
  • special welcome dinner gala and cultural show at the first UNWTO/UNESCO World Conference on Tourism and Culture: Building a New Partnership in the cities of Siem Reap and Angkor Wat, Cambodia from February 4 to 6, 2015;
  • shows, job fairs and agricultural fairs;
  • shows and corporate and government events;
  • cultural and artisanal exhibits;
  • commercial exhibits for export markets: goods and services intended for export and

and much more . . . .


« The International School of Hospitality (TISOH) was founded in 2005 by professors from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The mission of the school is to offer practical, short-term hospitality training programs developed for industry by industry. Students who satisfactorily complete their course work may be awarded either Certificates or Executive Diplomas depending on the selected track of study. Along with class instruction, most courses include site visits and working externships. The school curriculum includes conference management and event planning, meeting & event catering, event design & production, hospitality leadership and supervision, wedding coordination and design, the art of concierge, art of food and beverage, hotel operations and hospitality human resources. Students may elect to study on site or enroll in TISOH’s online courses. Graduates matriculate to jobs in the Las Vegas area and around the world. The school is an Academic Partner of the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute ». ©Copyright 2014,The International School of Hospitality, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

Are you interested in enrolling in great international programs of Event Management & Conferences or Conference Management & Event Planning this upcoming semester?  Click on the links below:

List of post-secondary programs in Event Management and Conferences or Conference Management & Event Planning

Education courses in event management often incorporate modules in project management, marketing, logistics, hospitality and tourism and are available the education programs levels as follows: Diplomas, Graduate Certificates, Masters and Bachelors degrees, and PhD in Event Management.

Read more click on the web link:

«L’École du Show-Business (ÉSB) est la seule école entièrement dédiée à la formation aux différents métiers des arts de la scène, dans le monde francophone. Elle est autorisée depuis 1999, par le Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche, de la Science et de la Technologie, à offrir des programmes de niveau collégial (AEC)». Mode de livraison en salle de classe en Techniques en gestion aux métiers des arts de la scène: Formation créditée, programme conduisant à une Attestation d’études collégiales (AEC). © Copyright 2013 L'ÉCOLE DU SHOW-BUSINESS.

La Cité collégiale. Le Collège d’Arts Appliqués et de Technologie, Campus d’Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Programme offert à temps plein de formation continue et en ligne. Mode de livraison en salle de classe en Techniques Tourisme et Loisirs : Certificat Postdiplômé de l’Ontario en Gestion d’Événements – Festivals et Congrès. © Copyright 2014, La Cité collégiale.

La Cité collégiale. Le Collège d’Arts Appliqués et de Technologie, Campus d’Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Programme offert à temps partiel de formation continue et en ligne. Mode de livraison en salle de classe, en ligne ou hybride en Techniques Administration des affaires : Certificat en Gestion de Projets. © Copyright 2014, La Cité collégiale.
Collège Mérici collégial privé, Ville de Québec (Québec), Canada. Formation continue créditée, programme conduisant à une Attestation d’études collégiales (AEC). Programme Techniques Tourisme, hôtellerie et restauration : en Gestion d’événements et de congrès :
Algonquin College - Campus in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Event Management Graduate Program at School of Hospitality and Tourism. “This one-year Ontario Graduate Certificate program at Algonquin College prepares you for a variety of exciting roles in the fast-paced and exciting event planning industry. You will gain the skills, knowledge and real-life experience needed to succeed in this high demand field”.
Centennial College – Progress Campus, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Centennial College's one-year Graduate Certificate program in Event Management - Festival and Conference is offered at the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culture.
CDI College, Province campuses are located across in Ontario, Canada. The School of Business offers an Event Management Diploma in all campuses located in the Province of Ontario.

The program outline below is for Ontario.

CDI College, Province campuses are located across in Ontario, Canada. The School of Business offers an Event Management Diploma in all campuses located in the Province of Ontario.

The program outline below is for Ontario.

Gouvernement du Québec. © Copyright 2014. Tous droits réservés. Cliquez sur le lien Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du Québec (ITTQ) pour en savoir plus sur les programmes de formation professionnelle (secondaire), formation technique (collégiale) et universitaire et supérieure - Programme Signature ITHQ (diplôme ITHQ) en Tourisme, Hôtellerie, Restauration et Sommellerie. Les programmes d’études en GEFC sont : Coordination d’événements et de congrès, Formation supérieure en gestion d’événements, Guide touristique de Montréal/Montréal Tourist Guide. La langue d’enseignement est le français et l’anglais. La maîtrise des langues étrangères, telles que, l’anglais, le portugais, le mandarin ou l’allemand sont incluses dans les programmes de la formation ci-haut mentionnée.

Tourisme: Toutes les formations offertes en gestion du tourisme, hôtellerie et de la restauration dans les établissements secondaires et postsecondaires situés dans la province du Québec, Canada. Caroline Rodgers (2011). © Copyright 2011.Tous droits réservés, E-Journal La Presse, «Tourisme: Toutes les formations offertes ». Publié le 15 octobre 2011 à 05h04 | Mis à jour le 15 octobre 2011 à 05h04.

Collège LaSalle de Montréal, Québec, Canada. 5 Écoles En Une. « L’École de formation en ligne offre le programme en ligne en Planification et gestion d’événements – programme conduisant à une Attestation d’études collégiales (AEC) est conçu pour les passionnés d’événements et de communications. Le monde dynamique de l’événementiel vous ouvrira grand ses portes! »

Collège LaSalle de Montréal, Québec, Canada. 5 Écoles En Une. « L’École de formation en ligne offre le programme en ligne en Affaires Électroniques – programme conduisant à une Attestation d’études collégiales (AEC) est conçu pour vous préparer à évaluer des problématiques, analyser des résultats et mettre en œuvre les meilleures pratiques afin d’assurer qu’une entreprise puisse atteindre ses objectifs stratégiques. La gestion des affaires électroniques n’aura plus de secret pour vous! ».

Thosmpson Rivers University, Kamloops BC, Canada. Welcome to the Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism (A.C.T.) offers Programs in Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism and are available the education programs levels as follows: Certificates, Diplomas, Bachelors degree and Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Adventure Management, Sports Event Management, Events and Conventions Management. Read more click on the web link:

Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops BC, Canada. Distance and Online Education offers students independent-study programs and courses to earn recognized credits and credentials by distance through Thompson Rivers University, Open Learning (TRU-OL). TRU offers distance programs in the following areas through Open Learning: Tourism Programs and are available the education programs levels as follows: Bachelor of Tourism Management degree and Event Management Certificate.

The International School of Hospitality (TISOH), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The curriculum from TISOH includes courses in the disciplines of Conference Management and Event Planning, Catering, Hotel Management and Wedding Coordination. Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, TISOH is known for its practical short-term hospitality certificate and diploma programs taught by industry professionals and offering a full immersion experience through speakers, externships and shadowing opportunities.
Niagara College Canada (NCC), Ontario, Canada. Province campuses are located in Welland Campus and Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus in Ontario. The NCC offers Graduate Programs in Ecosystem Restoration, Environmental Management and Assessment, Event Management, Geographic Information Systems - Geospatial Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Wine Business Management and more.

Niagara College Canada (NCC), Ontario, Canada. Province campuses are located in Welland Campus and Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus in Ontario. The NCC offers Co-operative Programs in Hospitality Operations Management (Co-op), Hospitality Management – Hotel and Restaurant (Co-op), Culinary innovation and Food Technology (Co-op), Culinary Management (Co-op), Tourism Management – Business Development (Co-op) and more.

Niagara College Canada (NCC), Ontario, Canada. Province campuses are located in Welland Campus and Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus, Niagara-Falls Campus in Ontario. The NCC offers Bachelors’s Degree Programs in Bachelor of Applied Business - Hospitality Operations Management. Bachelor's Degree has co-op components.
Niagara College Canada (NCC), Ontario, Canada. Province campuses are located in Welland Campus and Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus, Niagara-Falls Campus in Ontario. «The Continuing Education Department at Niagara College offers part-time programs of study. Programs may be available at one or more of our Niagara College campuses, off-campus, or online through OntarioLearn.» The NCC offers part-time programs of study in the disciplines of Conventions and Meeting Management, Customs and Logistics, Dietary Food Service Worker, Sommelier Certified, Supply Chain and Logistics Management, Web Design, Wine Marketing and Management and more.

College Niagara Continuing Education :

University of Nicosia in Cyprus

School of Business - Department of Hospitality, Tourism and Sports Management offers a Bachelor Degree (1st Cycle) in Hospitality and Restaurant Management (BBA, 4 Years) - Distance Learning and also a Bachelor Degree (1st Cycle) in Tourism, Leisure and Events Management (BBA, 4 Years) - Distance Learning

and more programmes in the Department of Hospitality, Tourism and Sports Management
University of Nicosia in Cyprus

Distance Learning programmes for life-long learners

List of some natural sites and tourist attractions, festivals and trade shows in Canada and around the world

Festival des nuits d’Afrique
UNOMT/UNESCO Conférence mondiale du tourisme et de la culture, 4-6 février, 2015 Siem Reap, Cambodge
UNESCO site officiel
Expo Milano 2015 du 1ier mai 2015 au 31 octobre 2015
MIDEM, Le Marché International de la Musique au Palais des Festivals – Cannes France
Festival International Mizik Kreyol de Montréal (Québec) Canada
Festival des Arts de la Caraïbe (CARIFIESTA) – CARICOM
Jeux Pan Am/Jeux Parapan Am TORONTO 2015 du 10 au 26 juillet 2015 / du 7 au 15 août 2015
World Travel Market London U.K.
Calendrier du sportif – Semi marathon des Abymes (DTOM-Guadeloupe) France
Le Salon International Tourisme Voyages de Montréal (Québec) Canada  
QuébecOriginal – Site touristique officiel du Gouvernement du Québec
The Caves of Haiti
Carnaval de Québec  (Québec) Canada
Santiago de Los Caballeros, sede de la 1ra Feria Mundial Ecoturística y de Producción – Dominican Republic
EcoTourisme Dondon Festival des Grottes en Haïti (Nord) – nan Peyi d Ayiti (Nò)
Haiti Foods & Spirits Festival – Goûts et Saveurs Lakay
La Grande Dégustation de Montréal (Québec) Canada
Festival de Mongolfières de Gatineau (Québec) Canada
Curaçao North Sea Jazz Festival Port of Rotterdam – Holland
Festival International de Jazz de Montréal (Québec) Canada
Festival International de Jazz de Port-au-Prince (PAPJazz) Haïti – nan Peyi d Ayiti
DR Jazz Festival – Dominican Republic
Biguine Jazz Festival de Saint-Pierre (DTOM-Martinique) France
News Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
Festival des Films du Monde –The  Montreal World Films Festival (MWFF)
Festival d’Été de Québec (Québec) Canada
Le Gala de l’ADISQ à Montréal (Québec) Canada
Calgary Stampede Canada
Festival des Traditions du Monde de Sherbrooke(Québec) Canada
Cavalia Montréal (Québec) Canada
International Ballons Festival of Saint-de-Richelieu (Québec) Canada
Salon du livre de Montréal (Québec) Canada
Events at the Banff Centre at Banff City (Alberta) Canada
Toronto International Films Festival
Discover the Horseshoe Falls at Niagara Falls – Tourism Niagara Canada
Government of Egypt SIS Your Gateway to Egypt – Tourism Culture & Arts    
Visitez l’Alberta Le Cœur des Rocheuses Canadiennes
Invest Caribbean Now  
HRA Business Investment Expo & Conference
Annual Conference on the Caribbean & Central America.
Cirque du Soleil – Découvrez nos Spectacles (Montréal) Canada
Festival International de La Poésie de Trois-Rivières (Québec) Canada
Le Forum Économique International des Amériques – Conférence de Montréal
TD Le Festival international de jazz d’Ottawa (Ontario) Canada
Ottawa Capitale du Canada – Site Officiel de Tourisme Ottawa
Salon des Métiers d’Art du Québec – Place Bonaventure Montréal (Québec) Canada
Le Centre d’Arts d’Orford – Bien ancré dans les Cantons-de-l’Est (Québec) Canada
Le Festivoix de Trois-Rivières (Québec) Canada
The Caribbean Hotel Investment Conference & Operations Summit
Le Réseau indépendant des diffusseurs d’événements artististiques (Québec) Canada
La Fabuleuse Histoire d’un Royaume au Saguenay (Québec) Canada
Festival de Cannes France
Site du GWOKA (DTOM-Guadeloupe) France
Services-évènementiels France
Centre des Congrès de Québec – Ville de Québec  Canada
TCS New-York City Marathon – The official web site of the world’s largest marathon. USA
Tour de l’Île de Montréal (Québec) Canada
Tour Cycliste de Guadeloupe 2014 (DTOM-Guadeloupe) France
Bienvenue sur le site officiel du Tour Cycliste de Martinique (DTOM-Martinique) France
Le Tour de Martinique des Yoles Rondes – TourdesYoles (DTOM-Martinique) France
Accueil – Fédération des Yoles Rondes de la Martinique (DTOM-Martinique) France
Parc Historique de la Canne à Sucre sur l’Habitation Chateaublond (1771-1803) à Port-au-Prince Haïti – nan Peyi d Ayiti
Musée Ogier-Fombrun à Montrouis sur la Côte des Arcadins Haïti – nan Peyi d Ayiti
L’International des Feux LOTO-QUÉBEC – Port de Québec – Canada
L’International des Feux LOTO-QUÉBEC – Parc Jean-Drapeau (Montréal) – Canada
Le Festival Haïti en Folie de Montréal (Québec) Canada
Festival International ÎloJazz (Carrefour Des Musiques Créoles) – CAP Excellence en Guadeloupe (DTOM-Guadeloupe) France 

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The United Nations 70th General Assembly has designated 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development (A/RES/70/193).
This is a unique opportunity to raise awareness of the contribution of sustainable tourism to development among public and private sector decision-makers and the public, while mobilizing all stakeholders to work together in making tourism a catalyst for positive change.
In the context of the universal 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the International Year aims to support a change in policies, business practices and consumer behavior towards a more sustainable tourism sector that can contribute to the SDGs.

World Tourism Day Sep. 27, 2017

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