Tokyo, Japan - Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett met, today, with the immediate past President of the Japan National Tourism Organisation (JNTO), Dr. Ryoichi Matsuyama, who is also the current Trustee of the prestigious International University of Japan, as part of his engagements with senior level officials of Japan’s Tourism Sector, to further deepen cooperation between Jamaica and Japan’s tourism, as well as forge partnerships in the establishment of the Global Centre for Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management in Jamaica. The meeting was convened in the margins of the 2018 Japan Tourism Expo, which is being held in Tokyo, Japan, from 20th to 23rd September 2018.

The Caribbean's tourism sector is uniquely important to economic and social life in the region, and the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) will indeed be celebrating  World Tourism Day 2018 when it is launched in Budapest, Hungary on September 27.

MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA – Jamaica is this year’s Leading Caribbean Destination and Leading Caribbean Cruise Destination as determined by the World Travel Awards.

New York, —The Island of Martinique’ great port of Fort-de-France won second place in the Seatrade Cruise Awards’ Port of the Year category. The award was announced in Lisbon on September 19, 2018 featuring three finalists: the port of Dublin—the 2018 winner, the port of Martinique and the port of Quebec.

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