The site addresses consumer trends, including more intimate or even private destination weddings, and a growing number of couples identifying opportunities for romantic escapes.
Preliminary statistics from the Jamaica Tourist Board show that for the period December 22nd-28th, just over 21,000 passengers arrived on the island from around the world.
With a focus on resilience, recovery and revenue-generating initiatives, the Jamaica Tourist Board global sales and marketing teams have gathered for collaborative virtual meetings.
The Professional Travel Agents of North America held a “cruise night” themed event at the Westin Baltimore Washington Airport, which was sponsored by Cruise Maryland.
Minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett, has outlined a renewed five-year plan to achieve five million visitors, US$5 billion in earnings and the employment of 200,000 Jamaicans in the tourism sector.
The group has been charged with the development of an action plan for the recovery of the cruise and airline industries in light of the fall-out caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jamaica minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett, presented a gift to Josef Forstmayr thanking him for his 23 years of unbroken service as a director of the Jamaica Tourist Board.
Jamaica has embarked on the long process of recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, with tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett, here telling Breaking Travel News resilience will be key to the future of the island
Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for Jamaica, has been awarded the prestigious Gusi Peace prize from the Gusi Foundation of Manila, Philippines.
The event will take place from November 9th-10th, and will offer the Jamaica Hotel &Tourist Association and the Jamaica Tourist Board a chance to engage with its travel trade partners.