Over 200 global leaders to visit Jamaica for the inaugural tourism resilience conference.
Coffee lovers, parents and just about anyone looking for a fun activity the whole family can enjoy, that is outside of the hustle and bustle of the city, then mark your calendars for March 25. This is the day the Blue Mountain Coffee Festival makes its return to its original home of Newcastle St Andrew.
Major labour reforms coming to the tourism industry. We tell you all about the reclassification exercise on this week’s tourism round up.
The 2022/23 winter tourist season is now in full swing, with over 1.3 million seats already confirmed for the period. We tell you all about it on this week’s tourism round up.
We journey to Lilliput St James for the ground breaking of a new 451 room boutique resort dubbed UNICO.
The Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCO) recently held the third staging of its tourism quiz competition for primary level schools.
Ministry of Tourism collaborating with Caribbean Tourism Organisation to implement multi destination agreements in the Caribbean.
Jamaicans now have access to nonstop flights to Santo Domingo courtesy of airline company Arajet.
Craft traders in Portland receive specialized training from the Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCO).
Jamaica Centre of Tourism Innovation launches new database of certified service providers.
The Tourism Innovation Incubator Centre has officially launched. The initiative is geared at supporting entrepreneurs with new ideas for the sector.
If you’re interested in visiting the US cities of Denver, Chicago or St Louis you’ll be happy to know that come February 2023 you’ll have a new airline option to choose from.
Ministry of Tourism to install more signs in resort areas as part of the Jam Iconic Experience.
Tourism Product Development Company expands recycling initiative to all resort towns.
The Jamaica food and drink festival is back this year, and its bigger and better than ever.
Tourism Ministry announces plans for this year’s observance of Tourism Awareness Week.
Tourism industry recovering at a faster pace than predicted.
Priory Beach in St Ann is the latest facility set for renovation works under the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF’s) beach development programme. The aim of the project is to improve the quality of public beach facilities across the island.
Tourism Enhancement Fund invests 2 million dollars in sponsorship for 2022 staging of squash championships. We tell you all about it on this week’s tourism round up.
In this Jamaica 60 edition of Tourism round up we take a closer look at two well known marketing campaigns that had an impact on the growth of the industry.