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Sandals® and Beaches® Resorts Invite Guests to ‘Love and Let Fly’ in Celebration of New Airlift

Sandals® and Beaches® Resorts Invite Guests to ‘Love and Let Fly’ in Celebration of New Airlift

25 February 2024 Press Release Hotel News Tourism News Organisations & Operators

A new flight connection calls for a landing ovation – and a new set-jetting package for Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts guests – as the first-ever U.S. commercial flight descends upon majestic Ocho Rios, Jamaica on February 24th. In homage to the swift and seamless journey directly into the Caribbean Riviera, Sandals’ and Beaches’ new “Love and Let Fly” package transcends traveler wanderlust from the silver screen to the golden Jamaican beaches coveted for decades by film producers and vacationers alike.

Bartlett Renews Call for Special Tip to Finance Global Tourism Resilience Fund

Bartlett Renews Call for Special Tip to Finance Global Tourism Resilience Fund

22 February 2024 Press Release Travel Events News Organisations & Operators

Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett has renewed his call for visitors across the world to be asked to support the financing of tourism resilience initiatives via a special tip. While urging the international community to urgently unite to establish a Global Tourism Resilience Fund, Minister Bartlett outlined that “the money collected in each destination from this tip would contribute to the fund and aid in boosting tourism resilience.”

Uniting for Resilience: Highlights from the 2nd Global Tourism Resilience Day Conference

Uniting for Resilience: Highlights from the 2nd Global Tourism Resilience Day Conference

20 February 2024 Press Release Travel Events News Tourism News

Amidst the sun-kissed shores of Montego Bay, Jamaica, the world witnessed a remarkable gathering of minds and hearts at the 2nd Global Tourism Resilience Day Conference. Held on February 16th and 17th, 2024, at the prestigious Montego Bay Convention Centre, the event marked a pivotal moment in the tourism industry’s journey towards fortitude and sustainability in the face of unprecedented challenges.

UN Tourism Partners with Newly Rebranded Global Tourism Resilience Centre

UN Tourism Partners with Newly Rebranded Global Tourism Resilience Centre

20 February 2024 Press Release Tourism News Organisations & Operators

Jamaica’s position as a leader in tourism resilience building has been further bolstered following the announcement that UN Tourism (formerly UNWTO) has forged a major partnership with the Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre (GTRCMC), which is being rebranded as the Global Tourism Resilience Centre (GTRC). It was also outlined that UN Tourism will continue to partner with Destination Jamaica in hosting the Global Tourism Resilience Day Conference moving forward.

Blue Mountain Coffee Festival Brews Excitement in 2024 with a Blend of Culture, Flavour, and Fun

Blue Mountain Coffee Festival Brews Excitement in 2024 with a Blend of Culture, Flavour, and Fun

14 February 2024 Press Release Travel Events News Tourism News

The world-renowned Blue Mountain Coffee Festival is set to captivate coffee enthusiasts and cultural connoisseurs alike in 2024. Promising a unique blend of flavours, entertainment, and a celebration of Jamaica’s rich coffee heritage, this annual extravaganza, takes place on 2nd March 2024. The festival will once again showcase the finest Blue Mountain Coffee and the vibrant culture that surrounds it.

Jamaica to Host 2nd Global Tourism Resilience Conference in Tourism Capital

Jamaica to Host 2nd Global Tourism Resilience Conference in Tourism Capital

Plans are in full force for the highly anticipated second staging of the Global Tourism Resilience Conference in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Taking place over a two-day period, the Global Tourism Resilience Conference will include panel discussions, networking opportunities, presentations and lively debates on matters of building resilience in tourism. This group of experts in their collective fields will gather to collaboratively discuss issues that are central to future-proofing travel and tourism to various disruptions moving forward.

During February, Jamaica comes alive with the sound of reggae

During February, Jamaica comes alive with the sound of reggae

26 January 2024 Press Release Travel Events News Tourism News

During February, Jamaica comes alive with the sound of reggae, in a celebration of all things related to the music genre intrinsic to the island’s vibrant culture. From Reggae Month festival to Bob Marley’s Birthday, and the premiere of the Bob Marley: One Love biopic on 14th February, there is no better time for travellers to retrace the footsteps of the reggae royalty to forge a deeper connection with his story.