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1 No. of Arrivals VISITOR ARRIVALS REPORT Stay Over Arrivals by Market (September, 217) 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, USA UK Caribbean Canada Rest of Europe Germany France 216 7,91 3,874 4,36 1, ,16 4,895 4,251 1, Rest of World Source: Saint Lucia Tourism Authority Research & Planning Department

2 TOTAL STAY OVER ARRIVALS BY MONTH MONTH ACT. CHG. % CHANGE January 3,661 31, % February 31,637 33,42 1, % March 35,69 35, % April 3,14 34,322 4, % May 29,813 31,436 1, % June 25,855 31,312 5, % July 33,381 38,291 4, % August 29,991 33,4 3, % September 18,169 2,49 1,88 1.3% TOTAL 264,68 289,288 24,68 9.3% 45, 4, 35, 3, 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, January Februar y Stay Over Arrivals, by Month March April May June July August Septem ber 216 3,661 31,637 35,69 3,14 29,813 25,855 33,381 29,991 18, ,649 33,42 35,427 34,322 31,436 31,312 38,291 33,4 2,49 STAY OVER ARRIVALS BY MARKET (SEPTEMBER 216/217) Markets ACT.CHG. % CHANGE USA 7,91 8, % UK 3,874 4,895 1, % Caribbean 4,36 4, % Canada 1,134 1, % Rest of Europe % Germany % France % Rest of World % Total 18,169 2,49 1,88 1.3% Notes: 1. Rest of Europe includes among others, Holland, Italy, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland 2.This data is obtained from the international ED Cards 3. Figures are inclusive of arrivals by Ferry

3 ARRIVALS BY CRUISE SHIP MONTHS ACT. CHG. % CHANGE January 99, ,593 2,49 2.1% February 77,947 95,326 17, % March 68,473 98,633 3,16 44.% April 35,939 62,58 26, % May 23,88 16,223 (7,585) -31.9% June 2,988 13,743 (7,245) -34.5% July 18,33 14,397 (3,636) -2.2% August 19,137 2,341 1,24 6.3% September 15,5 9,12 (5,885) -39.2% TOTAL 378, ,884 71,1 18.7% 14, 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, January Cruise Arrivals, by Month Februar y March April May June July August Septem ber ,544 77,947 68,473 35,939 23,88 2,988 18,33 19,137 15, ,593 95,326 98,633 62,58 16,223 13,743 14,397 2,341 9,12 CRUISE SHIP CALLS MONTHS ACT.CHG. %CHANGE January % February % March % April % May % June % July % August % September % TOTAL % Source: SLASPA

4 ARRIVALS BY YACHT, RODNEY BAY MARINA MONTHS ACT. CHG. % Change January 2,439 3, % February 3,384 2,38 (1,76) -31.8% March 2,917 2, % April 2,638 1,164 (1,474) -55.9% May 3,171 1,224 (1,947) -61.4% June 1,835 1,34 (495) -27.% July 1,999 1,78 (921) -46.1% August 4,816 2,733 (2,83) -43.3% September 1, (91) -61.2% Total 24,686 16,518 (8,168) -33.1% NB: Figures do not include visitors already captured in stay-over arrivals. 6, Arrivals by Yacht, IGY Rodney Bay 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Septembe January February March April May June July August r 216 2,439 3,384 2,917 2,638 3,171 1,835 1,999 4,816 1, ,132 2,38 2,962 1,164 1,224 1,34 1,78 2, YACHT CALLS, RODNEY BAY MONTHS ACT.CHG. %CHANGE January % February % March % April % May % June % July % August % September % TOTAL 4,883 4,453 (43) -8.8% Source: SLASPA

5 ARRIVALS BY YACHT, MARIGOT BAY MONTHS ACT. CHG. % Change January 1,814 1,78 (34) -1.9% February 1,845 1,426 (419) -22.7% March 1,57 1,263 (37) -19.6% April 951 1, % May (12) -21.6% June (29) -15.% July (138) -45.8% August (36) -11.3% September % Total 7,571 6,685 (886) -11.7% 2, 1,8 1,6 1,4 1,2 1, Arrivals by Yacht, Marigot Bay Januar y Februa ry 216 1,814 1,845 1, ,78 1,426 1,263 1, March April May June July August Septem ber YACHT CALLS, MARIGOT BAY MONTHS ACT.CHG. %CHANGE January % February % March % April % May % June % July % August % September % TOTAL 1,243 1, % Source: SLASPA

6 ARRIVALS BY YACHT, SOUFRIERE MONTHS Actual % Change Change January 2,83 3, 17 6% February 2,63 2,65 2 1% March 1,375 2,518 1,143 83% April 866 1, % May 41 1, % June % July % August % September % Total 1,41 12,977 2,936 29% Arrivals by Yacht, Soufriere 3,5 3, 2,5 2, 1,5 1, 5 Januar Febru March April May June July Augus Septe y ary t mber 216 2,83 2,63 1, , 2,65 2,518 1,638 1, MONTHS Actual % Change Change January % February % March % April % May % June % July % August % September % Total 1,216 1, % Source: Customs Department YACHT CALLS, SOUFRIERE

7 SUMMARY REPORT TOTAL VISITOR ARRIVALS (YTD SEPTEMBER 216/217) Type of Visitor Difference % Increase Stay-Over 264,68 289,288 24,68 9.3% Cruise 378, ,884 71,1 18.7% Yacht 42,298 36,18 (6,118) -14.5% Total 685, ,352 89,5 13.% NB: Arrivals by Yacht figures do not include visitors already captured in stay-over arrivals. STAY-OVER TOURIST ARRIVALS BY MARKET (YTD SEPTEMBER 216/217) Markets ACT.CHG. % CHANGE USA 121, ,14 7, % UK 47,273 52,141 4, % Caribbean 52,34 56,343 4,3 7.6% Canada 28,541 32,134 3, % Rest of Europe 6,227 7,31 1, % Germany 1,357 2, % France 3,597 5,39 1, % Rest of World 3,828 4,832 1,4 26.2% Total 264,68 289,288 24,68 9.3% YACHT ARRIVALS BY PORT (YTD SEPTEMBER 216/217) Port ACT.CHG. % CHANGE Rodney Bay Marina 24,686 16,518 (8,168) -33.1% Marigot Bay 7,571 6,685 (886) -11.7% Soufriere 1,41 12,977 2, % Total 42,298 36,18 (6,118) -14.5%

8 No. of Arrivals STAY OVER ARRIVALS BY MONTH (USA) MONTHS ACT. CHG. % Change January 12,744 12, % February 13,454 13, % March 15,61 15, % April 14,964 15, % May 14,1 14, % June 15,24 16,761 1, % July 16,46 18,343 2, % August 11,773 12,922 1, % September 7,91 8, % Total 121, ,14 7, % Stay Over Arrivals by Month (USA) 2, 15, 1, 5, Januar Febru March April May June July Augus Septe y ary t mber ,744 13,454 15,61 14,964 14,1 15,24 16,46 11,773 7, ,796 13,793 15,922 15,854 14,463 16,761 18,343 12,922 8,16

9 ARRIVALS FROM THE US BY STATE (SEPTEMBER 216/217) States by Regions Jan-16 Feb-16 Mar-16 Apr-16 May-16 Jun-16 Jul-16 Aug-16 Sep-16 YTD Jan-17 Feb-17 Mar-17 Apr-17 May-17 Jun-17 Jul-17 Aug-17 Sep-17 YTD % Change North East 5,1 6,11 6,4 6,442 4,585 4,629 6,153 5,286 2,751 46,997 5,6 6,268 6,152 6,81 4,767 5,33 7,36 6,55 2,846 5,54 7.5% Connecticut , , % Maine % Massachusetts , ,611-1.% New Hampshire , , % New Jersey ,172 1, ,243 1, , , ,297 1, ,585 7.% New York 2,13 2,863 2,43 2,654 2,24 2,49 3,246 2,79 1,33 21,588 2,222 2,856 2,629 2,88 2,226 2,387 3,92 3,347 1,491 23, % Pennsylvania , , % Rhode Island % Vermont % Mid West 2,872 3,33 3,79 2,2 1,751 2,269 1,787 1,51 1,27 19,51 2,649 3,14 3,131 2,231 1,966 2,53 1,963 1,35 1,176 19, % Dakota, North % Dakota, South % Illinois , ,28 2.3% Indiana , , % Iowa % Kansas % Michigan , ,994 7.% Minnesota , ,7 7.4% Missouri , , % Nebraska % Ohio , ,3.4% Wisconsin , ,46-9.6% South East 2,842 2,724 4,171 3,66 4,716 4,86 5,6 2,996 2,37 33,345 3,344 2,918 4,132 4,488 5,54 5,889 5,543 3,513 2,586 37, % Alabama , , % Arkansas % Delaware % District of Columbia % Florida , , , ,127 1,81 1,196 1,423 1, , % Georgia , , % Kentucky , ,66 4.7% Louisiana , , % Maryland , , % Mississippi % North Carolina , , % South Carolina , , % Tennessee , ,69 7.% Virginia , , % West Virginia % South West ,43 1,226 1,631 1, , , ,297 1,62 1, , % Arizona , , % New Mexico % Oklahoma % Texas ,255 1, , ,27 1, ,23 -.6% West 1, ,238 1,552 1,455 1,395 1, ,454 1, ,352 1,311 1,286 1,73 1, ,27 5.5% Alaska % California , , % Colorado , , % Hawaii % Idaho % Montana % Nevada % Oregon % Utah % Washington % Wyoming % Not Stated , , % Total 12,744 13,454 15,61 14,964 14,1 15,24 16,46 11,773 7,91 121,517 12,796 13,793 15,922 15,854 14,463 16,761 18,343 12,922 8,16 129,14 6.2%

10 ARRIVALS FROM THE US BY REGION (SEPTEMBER 216/217) MONTH North East Mid West South East South West West Not Stated Total January 5,1 2,872 2, , ,744 February 6,11 3,33 2, ,454 March 6,4 3,79 4, , ,61 April 6,442 2,2 3,66 1,43 1, ,964 May 4,585 1,751 4,716 1,226 1, ,1 June 4,629 2,269 4,86 1,631 1, ,24 July 6,153 1,787 5,6 1,553 1, ,46 August 5,286 1,51 2, ,773 September 2,751 1,27 2, ,91 Total 46,997 19,51 33,345 9,196 1,454 2,24 121, MONTH 217 % Change South Not North East Mid West South East West Total 216/17 West Stated January 5,6 2,649 3, , ,796.4% February 6,268 3,14 2, , % March 6,152 3,131 4,132 1,25 1, , % April 6,81 2,231 4, , , % May 4,767 1,966 5,54 1,297 1, , % June 5,33 2,53 5,889 1,62 1, , % July 7,36 1,963 5,543 1,782 1, , % August 6,55 1,35 3, , % September 2,846 1,176 2, ,16 3.2% Total 5,54 19,488 37,467 9,398 11,27 1,94 129,14 % Difference 7.5% -.1% 12.4% 2.2% 5.5% -45.9% 6.2%

11 No. of Arrivals STAY OVER ARRIVALS BY MONTH (CANADA) MONTHS ACT. CHG. % Change January 5,958 5,935 (23) -.4% February 5,881 6, % March 5,527 6,853 1, % April 2,683 4,65 1, % May 2,24 2, % June 1,376 1, % July 2,36 1,983 (323) -14.% August 1,652 1,526 (126) -7.6% September 1,134 1, % Total 28,541 32,134 3, % 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, January Stay Over Arrivals by Month (Canada) Februar y March April May June July August Septem ber 216 5,958 5,881 5,527 2,683 2,24 1,376 2,36 1,652 1, ,935 6,266 6,853 4,65 2,249 1,464 1,983 1,526 1,253

12 ARRIVALS FROM CANADA BY PROVINCE (SEPTEMBER 216/217) Province Jan-16 Feb-16 Mar-16 Apr-16 May-16 Jun-16 Jul-16 Aug-16 Sep-16 YTD Alberta ,96 British Columbia ,76 Manitoba New Brunswick New Foundland & Labrador Northwest Territories Nova Scotia Nunavut Ontario 3,471 3,587 3,381 1,715 1, ,491 1, ,774 Prince Edward Island Quebec 1,27 1, ,876 Saskatchewan Not Stated Total 5,958 5,881 5,527 2,683 2,24 1,376 2,36 1,652 1,134 28,541 Province Jan-17 Feb-17 Mar-17 Apr-17 May-17 % Change Alberta ,83-7% British Columbia ,4-3% Manitoba % New Brunswick % New Foundland & Labrador % Northwest Territories % Nova Scotia % Nunavut % Ontario 3,992 4,361 4,775 3,159 1,725 1,67 1,492 1, ,72 28% Prince Edward Island % Quebec ,15-16% Saskatchewan % Not Stated % Total 5,935 6,266 6,853 4,65 2,249 1,464 1,983 1,526 1,253 32,134 13% Jun-17 Jul-17 Aug-17 Sep-17 YTD

13 No. of Arrivals STAY OVER ARRIVALS BY MONTH (UK) MONTHS ACT. CHG. % Change January 6,387 6,111 (276) -4.3% February 5,969 5,931 (38) -.6% March 6,61 5,71 (9) -13.6% April 5,755 5,294 (461) -8.% May 5,841 6,931 1,9 18.7% June 3,941 5,657 1, % July 4,818 6,61 1, % August 4,87 5,56 1, % September 3,874 4,895 1, % Total 47,273 52,141 4, % Stay Over Arrivals by Month (UK) 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Januar Febru Augus Septe March April May June July y ary t mber 216 6,387 5,969 6,61 5,755 5,841 3,941 4,818 4,87 3, ,111 5,931 5,71 5,294 6,931 5,657 6,61 5,56 4,895

14 No. of Arrivals STAY OVER ARRIVALS BY MONTH (CARIBBEAN) MONTHS ACT. CHG. % Change January 3,79 3, % February 4,154 4, % March 5,57 4,619 (951) -17.1% April 4,99 6,449 1, % May 6,472 6,112 (36) -5.6% June 4,425 5,665 1,24 28.% July 8,569 9,753 1, % August 1,856 11, % September 4,36 4,251 (55) -1.3% Total 52,34 56,343 4,3 7.6% Stay Over Arrivals by Month (Caribbean) 12, 1, 8, 6, 4, 2, January Februar March April May June July August Septem y ber 216 3,79 4,154 5,57 4,99 6,472 4,425 8,569 1,856 4, ,486 4,627 4,619 6,449 6,112 5,665 9,753 11,381 4,251

15 ARRIVALS FROM THE CARIBBEAN BY COUNTRY (SEPTEMBER 216/217) COUNTRIES Jan-16 Feb-16 Mar-16 Apr-16 May-16 Jun-16 Jul-16 Aug-16 Sep-16 YTD CARICOM * 1,685 2,251 3,267 2,587 3,293 2,516 4,371 4,474 2,479 26,923 OECS , , ,275 Antigua & Barbuda ,378 Dominica ,548 Grenada ,56 Montserrat St Kitts & Nevis Anguilla British Virgin Islands St Vincent & Grenadines ,368 OTHER CARICOM 1,124 1,635 2,211 1,779 2,493 1,92 3,247 3,493 1,764 19,648 Barbados ,123 Belize Guyana ,5 Jamaica ,133 Trinidad & Tobago , ,45 1,221 2,15 2,345 1,9 11,668 Bahamas Bermuda Turks & Caicos Island FRENCH WEST INDIES 1,34 1,791 2,156 2,155 3,52 1,784 3,971 5,51 1,281 23,4 Martinique 1,221 1,672 2,1 2,21 2,836 1,631 3,477 5,84 1,176 21,128 Guadeloupe ,623 Saint Martin DUTCH WEST INDIES Aruba Bonaire Curacao OTHER CARIBBEAN ,295 Cuba ,117 Dominican Republic Haiti Puerto Rico Suriname US Virgin Islands Other/Not Stated TOTAL 3,79 4,154 5,57 4,99 6,472 4,425 8,569 1,856 4,36 52,34 * Caricom countries consist of "OECS & "Other Caricom" COUNTRIES Jan-17 Feb-17 Mar-17 Apr-17 May-17 Jun-17 CARICOM * 1,991 2,393 2,441 3,539 2,787 3,539 4,84 5,19 3,97 29, % OECS ,32 1,268 1,96 7, % Antigua & Barbuda % Dominica % Grenada % Montserrat % St Kitts & Nevis % Anguilla % British Virgin Islands % St Vincent & Grenadines % OTHER CARICOM 1,45 1,817 1,673 2,687 2,2 2,737 3,52 3,922 2,1 21, % Barbados , % Belize % Guyana ,22-2.7% Jamaica , % Trinidad & Tobago 684 1, ,692 1,253 1,867 2,128 2,749 1,181 13, % Bahamas % Bermuda % Turks & Caicos Island % FRENCH WEST INDIES 1,362 2,27 1,987 2,696 3,165 1,979 4,79 6,58 1,57 25,4 8.9% Martinique 1,34 1,913 1,91 2,531 2,995 1,792 4,34 5, , % Guadeloupe % Saint Martin % DUTCH WEST INDIES % Aruba % Bonaire.% Curacao % OTHER CARIBBEAN , % Cuba % Dominican Republic % Haiti % Puerto Rico % Suriname % US Virgin Islands % Other/Not Stated % TOTAL 3,486 4,627 4,619 6,449 6,112 5,665 9,753 11,381 4,251 56, % Jul-17 Aug-17 Sep-17 YTD % Change

16 No. of Arrivals STAY OVER ARRIVALS BY MONTH (FRANCE) Months ACT. CHG. % Change January % February % March % April % May % June % July % August % September % Total 3,597 5,39 1, % Stay Over Arrivals by Month (France) January Februar March April May June July August Septem y ber

17 No. of Arrivals STAY OVER ARRIVALS BY MONTH (GERMANY) Months ACT. CHG. % Change January % February % March % April % May (2) -14.% June % July % August % September % Total 1,357 2, % Stay Over Arrivals by Month (Germany) Januar Februa March April May June July August Septe y ry mber

18 AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAY (SEPTEMBER 217) Country 1-3 Days 4-7 Days 8-14 Days 15+ Days Total Avg. Length of stay Total 4,167 9,395 5,345 1,142 2, United States 1,239 5,132 1, , Canada , Europe 398 1,77 3, , Major Europe 335 1,587 2, , France Germany Italy United Kingdom 173 1,495 2, , Rest of Europe Austria Belgium Denmark Ireland Norway Spain Sweden Switzerland Other Europe Caribbean 2,89 1, , C'Wealth Caribbean 1,363 1, , OECS/CARICOM , Antigua and Barbuda Dominica Grenada Montserrat St. Kitts and Nevis St. Vincent & Gren Other Caricom 663 1, , Barbados Belize Guyana Jamaica Trinidad and Tobago , Bahamas Other C'wealth Carib Anguilla Bermuda British Virgin Is Cayman Islands Turks and Caicos Islands French West Indies , St. Martin Martinique Guadeloupe Dutch West Indies Curacao St. Marteen Aruba Other Caribbean Cuba Dominican Republic Haiti Puerto Rico US Virgin Islands Suriname South America Brazil Venezuela Other South America Central America Other

19 No. of Nights BED-NIGHTS BY MONTH * Month ACT. CHG. % Change January 232, ,951 4, % February 214, ,918 21,54 1.% March 225, ,652 (1,791) -.8% April 197, ,811 16, % May 187, ,155 23, % June 169, ,847 44,95 26.% July 212, ,263 4, % August 177,81 2,483 22, % September 131, ,548 5, % Total 1,749,614 1,927, ,14 1.2% 3, 25, 2, 15, 1, 5, Bednights by Month January February March April May June July August Septemb er , , , , , , , ,81 131, , , , , , , ,263 2, ,548 Bed-Nights by Market, September 217 Markets ACT.CHG. % CHANGE USA 56,776 49,227 (7,549) -13.3% UK 36,993 51,313 14, % Caribbean 18,389 16,842 (1,547) -8.4% Canada 9,443 9,36 (47) -4.3% Rest of Europe 4,252 4, % Germany % France % Rest of World 4,94 5, % Total 131, ,548 5, % * Bednights figures are total arrivals, less persons staying in private accommodation, times Avg. Length of Stay

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