Anguilla Tourist Board
Representative for South America since 2013
Anguilla is a very sophisticated British island placed in northwest of Caribbean. The island provides 33 paradisiacal beaches – Shoal Bay is among the best in the world –, luxurious accommodation, haute cuisine, stunning bays, palm trees surrounded by the blue turquoise ocean and a lot of tranquility and privacy. This charming setting is, of course, what attracts most travelers, and provides perfect day for sunbathing, swimming, and diving in the stunning coral reefs. For those who prefer to see the beauty of the sea from above, there are several options of boats with glass bottom and must see stunning walks through the nearby islands of St. Maarten, St. Martin and St. Barthelemy. Bastion of reggae, Anguilla receives annually in March the MoonSplash festival of Bankie Banx.
Where are you going?
To place Anguilla as an aspirational destination for Brazilians who are looking for luxury, comfort and an unique experience that goes beyond sun and beach.
The production team of the TV program "Vai pra Onde?", which is presented by Bruno de Luca and transmitted by the cable TV channel "Multishow", and the team had the support of the public relations team of Interamerican Network. The mediation work with the client to define the support during the TV recordings resulted in an excellent promotion of the destination on the show.
The episode showed Anguilla as an exclusive destination and the presenter has captured the essence of this paradise island.
The Brazilian Tourist is also desired by less visited and more sophisticated destinations
To promote Anguilla as an island yet to be discovered, and as the best option of Caribbean experience for Brazilians who are looking for an unique experience.
Our good relationship with the press resulted in a great exposure opportunity in the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo. The agenda on destinations yet little explored with representation in Brazil was perfect to highlight Anguilla.
The island is among the destinations that prioritize attracting Brazilian tourists, as the article reports, which provided a very positive feedback, since travel agents and even journalists from other media companies contacted looking for more information and opportunities.