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MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica: June 9, 2015: In a bid to ensure that more Jamaicans benefit from the vibrant tourism sector Minister of Tourism and Enterta

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica: June 8, 2015: As the tourism sector continues to register growth, moves are afoot to ensure tighter regulation in order to boost compliance with the Jamaica T

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica: June 7, 2015: As stopover visitor arrivals continue to t

Kingston, Jamaica: May 27, 2015 – The Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF) has expended billions of dollars on tourism projects since it began operations ten years ago on May 1, 2005, in

Kingston, Jamaica, May 30, 2015: Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Hon. Dr.

Kingston, Jamaica: May 26, 2015 – History will be created when Jamaica, represented by Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Hon. Dr.

KINGSTON, JAMAICA: May 24, 2015 – As part of Jamaica’s continued push to have the Blue and John Crow Mountains designated as a World Heritage Site, the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TE

Kingston, Jamaica: May 20, 2015 – Hundreds of patrons who flocked to Hope Gardens last Sunday (May 17) were treated to a spectacular and unforgettable showcase of Jamaican Dance by

Kingston, Jamaica – May 18, 2015: Tourism Minister, Hon. Dr.

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, May 18, 2015:  Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Hon. Dr.

Kingston, Jamaica: May 17, 2015 - Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Hon. Dr.

Kingston, Jamaica: May 7, 2015 – A vibrant showcase of Jamaican dance, ranging from traditional folk forms to contemporary dancehall, will be on display when the fourth staging of

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica: May 7, 2015: Western Jamaica has been given the opportunity to be better informed about the history and nature of the Rastafari movement through a historical

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica; April 29, 2015: The 518-room Holiday Inn, once dubbed the largest hotel in Montego Bay, has received a major boost with a US$15 million renovation and re-bran

BRACO, Trelawny: April 26, 2015: As ongoing investment in the tourist industry continues to f

Kingston, Jamaica: April 22, 2015 – There was a buzz of activity in Ocho Rios this morning as nearly one thousand Chinese vacationers descended on the resort town to experience Jam

Kingston, Jamaica, April 20, 2015: Under the new Fiscal Incentives Act, better known as the Omnibus Act, the number of tourism properties eligible for tax benefits for re-investmen

Kingston, Jamaica –April 16, 2015: 2014 was Jamaica’s best year ever for cruise shipping as the island welcomed 1.4 million cruise ship visitors, a 12.5 percent increase over 2013.

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