Robert Ferguson, reservations supervisor at GO! Jamaica Travel, speaks to Breaking Travel News as he steps off stage with the trophy for Jamaica’s Leading Travel Agency at the World Travel Awards Caribbean & North America Gala Ceremony in Montego Bay.
Breaking Travel News chats with Andres Cope, manager of reservations, sales, marketing & PR at the Spanish Court Hotel, as he picks up the trophy for Jamaica’s Leading Business Hotel at the World Travel Awards Caribbean & North America Gala Ceremony 2018.
The Jamaica Tourist Board has launched phase two of the #JoinMeInJamaica campaign, a series of eight 60-second inspirational videos featuring Jamaican personalities sharing their story about their passion for the Caribbean island.
Thomas Cook Airlines has announced its full summer 2019 long haul programme is now on sale for flight-only and package holidays, including new flights to Montego Bay and more flights to Seattle, Orlando and Cancun.
Sandals Resorts International has announced several new additions to its renovated flagship resort, Sandals Montego Bay, including an over the water bar and wedding chapel.
Breaking Travel News takes a look at a month in the life of Jamaica tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett, to see what he gets up to each day of the week as he works to put the Caribbean destination on the map
Half Moon is investing $75 million to renew its legacy as the Caribbean’s most iconic resort, in celebration of its upcoming 65th anniversary. Enhancing the property and delivering transformative experiences for generations of discerning travellers, the rebirth of the Half Moon legacy will be realised in November 2018.
Jamaica minister of tourism Edmund Bartlett enjoyed a successful 2017, welcoming the UNWTO to the Caribbean island and overseeing a sharp rise in visitor numbers. Here he tells Breaking Travel News how he seeks to keep the momentum going into 2018 while also addressing concerns over the impact of tourism leakage in the destination.
Following a run of negative publicity, minister of tourism Edmund Bartlett here writes on how the tourism sector continues to be the leading catalyst of economic development in Jamaica and how he is planning to address the problem of tourism leakage.