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.
These new processes make the required online travel authorisation application more seamless for visitors while still maintaining stringent health protocols.
Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for Jamaica, has underscored the need for tourism interests around the world to embrace and leverage a new ‘smart tourism’ model.
American Airlines is collaborating with several foreign governments to begin offering pre-fight Covid-19 testing for customers, starting with Jamaica and the Bahamas.
Director of tourism, Donovan White, and members of the Jamaica Cycling Association will crank up through the gears as they partake in the first leg of Discover Jamaica by Bike.
Jamaican minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett, has called for a co-ordinated global and regional response to the Covid-19 pandemic to protect the future of the travel sector.
Jamaica minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett, has said his team will be developing a Tourism Supplies Hub to help to position the Caribbean destination as a logistics centre in the region.
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.