Always in search of larger-than-life experiences for its visitors, the Caribbean destination has now created an exciting new way to enjoy the island and visit its iconic spots.
The rush of adventure, the beauty of nature, pristine horizons, or simply the relaxation of the beach are experiences Jamaicans will enjoy on their staycation.
Travelers from Arizona, Florida, New York and Texas will be required to upload negative Covid-19 test results. All visitors will still be required to complete an online travel authorisation.
Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, speaks to Jamaica Tourist Board director of tourism, Donovan White, about the long road ahead of the hospitality sector in the Caribbean as it recovers from the Covid-19 outbreak
Jamaica has announced it will reopen its borders for international travellers on June 15th. The country is currently repatriating 8,000 Jamaican nationals who have been stranded overseas due to Covid-19 related travel restrictions.
Jamaica tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett, has revealed protocols to facilitate the reopening of the tourism industry, which was adversely impacted by the novel Covid-19, have been drafted.
As the summer season kicks off, the Jamaica Tourist Board is continuing to engage its retail travel partners in the United States and Canada with the launch of a new weekly photo contest.
Jamaica minister of transport and mining, Robert Montague, has revealed airport development projects will be undertaken as part of an initiative to improve and expand domestic aviation industry.
The minister explained Generation-C was shorthand for the post-pandemic traveller, an age non-specific demographic willing to embark on trips once lockdown is eased.