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MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica; Thursday, March 30, 2017: The tourism sector and allied industries have been put on alert to prepare for 4.2 million visitors this year.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 28, 2017: The rich history, culture and cuisine of the Blue Mountain region were on full display, as the Gastronomy Network of

Spring Gardens Primary & Infant was victorious in the inaugural Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo) “Fi Wi Falmouth” Tourism Quiz competition, beating Immanuel Succes

KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 13, 2017: With Jamaica welcoming just over 20,000 German tourists last year, Tourism Minister Hon.

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica; March 6, 2017: Massage Therapist, Simone Folkes of Sandals Royal Plantation and Couples San Souci won the coveted National Champion awards

KINGSTON, Jamaica; February 26, 2017: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; February 14, 2017:  Minister of Tourism, Hon.

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica; February 14, 2017: Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett has lauded legendary musician and actor, Jimmy Cliff (Mr.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; February 13, 2017: Years prior to the Cuban Revolution in 1959 that saw the communist Fidel Castro regime come to power, Cruise ships

KINGSTON, Jamaica; January 19, 2017: Tourism Minister, Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; January 17, 2017:   Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism, Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; January 11, 2017:  Minister of Tourism, Hon.

ACCOMPONG TOWN, Cockpit Country, Jamaica; January 8, 2017: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; January 12, 2017:  Minister of Tourism, Hon.

NEGRIL, Westmoreland, Jamaica; Sunday, December 18, 2016: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica; December 14, 2016: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett (left) shakes hands with Airbnb’s Public Policy Director for Central America and the Caribbean, Shawn Sullivan following the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) and home-sharing accommodation company Airbnb. Sharing in the moment are Chairman of the JTB, John Lynch (second right); and Director of Tourism, Paul Pennicook.  The agreement, which was signed on December 13, 2016 at the Jamaica Tourist Board’s New Kingsto

KINGSTON, Jamaica, December 14, 2016: A memorandum of understanding (MOU) to establish a framework for cooperation to further boost and diversify Jamaica’s tourism product, was sig

KINGSTON, Jamaica; December 8, 2016:  Minister of Tourism, Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; December 6, 2016: The port of Kingston today (December 06, 2016) welcomed its largest cruise ship ever, the MS Monarch which is operated by Pullmantur, the large

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica; December 11, 2016: The island’s tourism sector has signalled its readiness for what is expected to be the best winter tourist season in the country’s history.

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