2500 Metres of Negril Shoreline to be Protected

The Government of Jamaica has responded to the call of residents and tourism stakeholders in Negril for increased measures to protect the area’s world famous beaches. Approximately ...

Big Discounts at Hotels and Attractions for Locals

Jamaicans are being invited to take advantage of special discount packages being offered by some of the island’s premier hotels, attractions and other tourism stakeholders. Sector ...

Falmouth Port’s Importance Highlighted

Chairperson of the Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo), Maxine Henry-Wilson, has emphasised that the Falmouth Port, in Trelawny is a natural economic asset, attracting thousands ...

Lover’s Leap to be Reopened in March

Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, the Hon. Dr. Wykeham McNeill has revealed that the world renowned Lover’s Leap attraction in St. Elizabeth, which was closed ...

Blue Mountains World Heritage Site?

The Blue and John Crow Mountain Range is among a list of 42 sites around the world being considered for World Heritage Site status by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural ...

First cruise ship docks in Falmouth

The town of Falmouth, Trelawny, welcomed its first cruise ship, Voyager of the Seas, with about 4,500 passengers and crew members, bringing to reality the cherished dream of thousands ...

Jamaica to host Tourism Conference

Jamaica to host the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism investment conference in May this year. This premier event focuses on the boundless opportunities for tourism related investments in ...

Falmouth to Welcome First Cruise Ship

January 2011 will bring the first of many cruise ships to the 32-acre, two-berth Historic Falmouth Cruise Port as the Navigator of the Seas arrives on January 7. The Port is a US$220 ...

JTB in Social Media Push

Underscoring its leadership position as a tourism innovator, the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) is making major strides in the digital media arena. Earlier this year, the JTB launched ...

Cruise Ship Terminal Coming to Falmouth

Financing has been secured for the building of a large cruise ship terminal in Falmouth. The terminal which is expected to attract over 800,000 cruise ship visitors per year to the ...

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