Breaking Travel News interviews Kirk Kennedy, Minister for Trade & Tourism, Jamaica at Arabian Travel Investment Conference 2008, Dubai.
Breaking Travel News interviews Edmund Bartlett, Government of Jamaica at WTTC 2008, Dubai.
Jamaica’s new Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett, has announced an exciting new array of attractions as part of his vision which sets out how he intends to grow the country’s broader appeal to the overseas visitor.
After just two months in office, Jamaica’s newly appointed Minister for Tourism, The Honourable Edmund Bartlett, MP has announced his vision for tourism.
Breaking Travel News interviews William Tatham, Vice President Cruise Shipping & Marina Operations, Jamaica Cruise at World Travel Market 2007 on launching a new cruise destination at Falmouth.
Breaking Travel News interviews Honourable. Edmund Bartlett, Minister of Tourism for Jamaica at World Travel Market 2007 about the island’s tourism product offering and the hotels coming online in 2008.
Breaking Travel News interviews Basil Smith, Director of Tourism, Jamaica Tourist Board, on the importance of attending World Travel Market.
Danny Melville founder of the Jamaica Dogsled Team says that his lead musher will train with former Yukon Quest champion Hans Gatt in the hopes of qualifying for the 2009 Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race—billed as the toughest sled dog race in the world.
Jamaica earned $2.1 billion from tourism last year, an increase of 24 percent over 2005, Tourism Minister Aloun Assamba told EFE news wire on Wednesday.
August 2006 marks the 165th anniversary of Jamaica’s emancipation from slavery and the nation’s 44th anniversary of independence from Britain.
Although Jamaica is an island that has never seen snow, and its houses are designed without chimneys, Christmas season in Jamaica is the most festive time of the year. The season is celebrated with special treats like Jamaican fruit cake and sorrel drink, entertainment, parties, festivals and happy gatherings of friends and family.
By Ben KilbeyJamaica. A land of endless possibilities, good vibes and an ‘irie’ atmosphere. A land that some call Zion. Heaven on earth could well be one way to describe Jamaica - another is a kaleidoscope of cultures, tastes and adventures. Jamaica is not your ordinary destination - it is an infusion of what makes life great. Jamaica offers the traveller more then just a beach - that is a sentiment that echoes across the emerald Caribbean jewel. From the smell of pimento in the air, to the soothing rhythm of reggae on your ear - Jamaica will have you jamming too.