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New tourism strategy to go before Tynwald next week

Island must have 'entire package' says Allinson

Tynwald will be asked to approve a new visitor economy strategy next week which aims to increase tourist spend to £520 million.

Government also wants to increase the number of people visiting to 500,000 annually by 2032.

You can find the strategy HERE.

Concerns have been raised recently that the standard of the Island’s offering is falling short. 

It led to a local historian making, and sharing, a video which highlighted heritage attractions - and areas of natural beauty - which were in poor condition.  

Enterprise Minister Alex Allinson admits some areas need investment but says he's confident visitors will be attracted here – and not just for TT:

 

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