ST. CROIX (November 14, 2018) - In response to strong holiday demand for travel to St. Croix, Delta Air Lines is increasing capacity to the island over the holidays.
ST. JOHN’S, ANTIGUA, Fri. Nov. 9, 2018: Almost 14 months after Hurricane Irma decimated the Caribbean island of Barbuda, one of its luxury hotels have finally managed to reopen its doors.
MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA – Interest in Jamaica by faith-based planners remains high. This was evident from the strong showing of planners who gathered recently in Montego Bay for the Religious Conference Management Association (RCMA) Jamaica Experience. A partnership between the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) and the RCMA, some 30 buyers along with 20 suppliers who cater to the faith-based market, participated in the trade show at the Montego Bay Conference Center. JTB’s Groups & Conventions Manager John Woolcock describes the recent event as a success, adding that the JTB and supplier partners met with all planners, receiving significant leads for faith-based groups actively seeking venues and destinations for future programs.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica is taking strategic steps to ensure that the island capitalizes on its potential and benefits in a more significant way from gastronomy tourism. According to Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett, the Gastronomy Network, which is spearheading the process, “has been working assiduously to craft innovative plans.