The Bermuda Tourism Authority (BTA) is calling on Bermudians to add their voices to the National Tourism Plan.
The online survey launched on Wednesday, asks people to share their viewpoints on the future of tourism on the island.
BTA CEO Kevin Dallas said: “We launched this online survey because collaboration is our surest pathway to a successful plan. We don’t want this to be the tourism industry’s plan, we hope this becomes Bermuda’s tourism vision for the future.”
The National Tourism Plan survey includes the opportunity for written responses that allow respondents to suggest whatever they choose, instead of solely relying on multiple choice answers.
While there are only six questions, which don’t require a large time commitment, respondents can be as thoughtful as they like with their contributions.
The survey is available online at gotobermuda.com/NationalTourismPlan. The deadline is April 13, 2018.
Meantime, the survey will also be available on Good Friday at the #LoveMyBermuda Community Day at the Pembroke Hamilton Club field in Warwick.
The BTA is returning to the event with a booth and surveys will be on-hand for the public to complete.
The theme of the booth focuses on what Bermudians love about the island because typically those are also the things visitors enjoy doing. There will be family-friendly games and prizes on-site to complement kite-flying and other activities.