The tourism sector in Jamaica has received a boost with the addition of a new adventure park in Sandy Bay, Lucea. The US$2 million facility has been developed by Chukka Caribbean Adventures.
From historic and traditional experiences to modern-day escapades, this fast-growing destination offers countless experiences all leading to untold tales and adventure. Here we find out more
Delphina hotels & resorts has been recognised with a series of top titles at the World Travel Awards – including being honoured as Italy’s Leading Hotel Group.
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.
Having been honoured with a global title at the World Travel Awards, Manos Borboudakis, group general manager in Santorini for Metaxa Hospitality Group, here tells Breaking Travel News more
Sandals Resorts International has signed an agreement that will bring the company to a brand-new destination, at the Santa Barbara Resort on the island of Curaçao.
The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association has signed a formal partnership with the Travel Foundation. The duo has shared vision that, if managed well, tourism is a force for good.
The body has committed to developing a comprehensive climate plan within the next 12 months, including transparent goals, measurable reductions and yearly progress updates.
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.
The prominence of Saint Lucia as a romantic haven has been confirmed, with the Caribbean island recognised with the title of World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination and the World Travel Awards.
Having been honoured by voters at the World Travel Awards, Steve Sammut, chief executive of Rocky Mountaineer, here tells Breaking Travel News how it feels to have won the prestigious title