Inflation affects maritime tourism

Thursday, September 28, 2023


With the summer winding down, the tourist period in the Maritimes follows suit.

While some visitors coming back, there is an alteration in travel arrangements in the American border, as per the president of the Atlantic Travel Center.

John Slipp, the President of the Atlantic Travel Center Duty Free shop said that the value of energy and
charge of housings, and being out of the travel pattern.

For Canadians, the allure for traveling throughout the state does not appear to be what it used to be, again charge, selection, the Canadian dollar, expense of energy, rate of lodgings.

As said by the Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick, figures this year can be compared to 2019,
conditional on the segment.

Andrew MacNair, the CEO of TIANB said that it flattened out all through the summer with price rises
and gas costs. There were quite a few contributing issues.

MacNair added that they did see numbers carry on going in the correct course. However, price increases, fuel expenses and the weather created an effect.

Stacey Russell, the manager of Fredericton Tourism said that when weather is taken into consideration,
what they have experienced is that majority of people are not likely to change their ideas for the weather;
they just regulate what they are doing.

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