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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 from Miami regular

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

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

KINGSTON, Jamaica; January 12, 2017:  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.

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.

Jamaica Cops Several Accolades in the 23rd Annual World Travel Awards (WTA)

KINGSTON, Jamaica; December 4, 2016: The Ministry of Tourism is set to receive strategic assistance from the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in the development of

FALMOUTH, Trelawny; November 23, 2016: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

APPLETON, St. Elizabeth; Jamaica, November 20, 2016: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

APPLETON, St. Elizabeth; Jamaica, November 20, 2016: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

FALMOUTH, Trelawny; November 23, 2016: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; November 14, 2016:  Honouring his commitment to develop new tourism-partnerships, Minister of Tourism, Hon.

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, Friday, November 11, 2016: The Ministry of Tourism’s Linkages Network has stepped up an initiative to plug the leakage of billions of dollars in the manufactu

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