WILLEMSTAD- The Curaçao Tourist Board (CTB) launched a mini web-series this week, called “The Dushi Stay Reporter”. Following the border reopening to select countries on July 1, 2020, the CTB collaborated with local vlogger Ramsay Soemanta and developed a fun 10-episode web-series to share the new way of traveling to the destination and focus on safe experiences in this new COVID-19 era.
With the assistance of local island partners, the Curaçao Airport Partners and the private sector, Ramsay was able to capture how the hospitality industry has prepared for guests’ arrivals based on the “A Dushi Stay, The Healthy Way” protocols. These protocols were developed in close collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health, the Environment and Nature (GMN), the Ministry of Economic Development (MEO), the Curaçao Civil Aviation Authority (CCAA) and the private sector.
The web-series, which will be shared on CTB’s social platforms; Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, will follow Ramsay’s adventures around the island as he visits various attractions, restaurants, and engages in a number of on-island experiences. All the while also meeting and interviewing tourists who are currently on vacation about their experience on the island. The purpose of the web-series is to show that Curaçao is open for tourism and a destination where visitors can feel secure while still enjoying a holiday.