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The Caribbean Tourism Organization live on Twitter chat tomorrow!

If you've never been to the Caribbean before but would like to know more about its unique attractions or what makes a trip there worth it, the Caribbean Tourism Organization has organised a live Twitter chat tomorrow to enlighten all those interested in the Caribbean's many appealing factors. Even if you've been to the Caribbean before but have questions about a particular destination, food, music or events; everyone's welcome!

The Caribbean Tourism Organization live on Twitter chat tomorrow!

Those intrigued about a Caribbean holiday or those who want to know what they can look forward to in this blessed part of the world during 2018 will have a unique opportunity to chat live with Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) representatives tomorrow and ask them as many questions as they want, whether that's on food, music or other attractions.

This Friday 21st July a CTO team will be live on Twitter from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. (BTS time) to help promote three of the Caribbean's most popular assets: scrumptious food, excellent wines and infectious music.

The intention is to enlighten an audience of Twitter users on the many music festivals and autochtonous music styles to be enjoyed in the Caribbean, from soul to jazz, calypso, soca, reggae, rumba, samba and ska. That's on the music front, on the food front, they will be answering questions on the best places to enjoy which type of cuisine, where to attend the most atmospheric Fish-Fries or BBQ parties and which national and regional dishes you could look forward to tucking into. Plus, a number of food festivals take place throughout the year, featuring starring ingredients like mango, chocolate, pineapple or lobster.

When it comes to rum, it's little secret to anyone that this tropical libation, endemic to the Caribbean only is one of the region's trademark signs. And there's no better place to enjoy the Caribbean's fine selection of rums and cocktails than at their birthplace. CTO organisers will be chatting about opportunities to sample the different rum varieties and the best distilleries in the region.

If you want to participate and engage in the discussion of all things Caribbean, the theme for tomorrow's Twitter chat is Caribbean Food Rum and Music and you can contribute to the conversation by adding #CaribFoodRumMusic hashtag to your tweets, or by directing your questions to @_LoveCaribbean. Don't miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity to talk with the true, most authentic Caribbean experts!

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