Travel/Tourism

KINGSTON, JAMAICA – June 22, 2017 – Set along the western tip of Jamaica is the beach resort town of Negril. Known for its natural beauty, travelers will live out their day dreams with an insta-worthy landscape awash in crystal clear warm waters and miles of sandy white beaches. One of its most novel features are the sunsets that light up the sky in orange and purple hues.
MIAMI (June 23, 2017) - The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) regrets the recent U.S. reversal of its travel policies on Cuba and the likely effects on the socio-economic development of Cuba and the wider Caribbean region. The Association continues to support the ending of the U.S.-Cuba embargo and its restrictions on trade and travel, and encourages Cuba's active engagement in regional economic development. CHTA concludes that the announced policy changes could stall or altogether reverse the heartening progress made in recent years. 
Home to the most popular beach in the Hawaiian Islands and possibly the most famous beach in the Pacific, Waikiki has been a tourist destination for over a century. Today this area is a cross between tropical paradise and modern city.
During Caribbean Week 2017, the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) honored Adam Stewart, Deputy Chairman and CEO of Sandals Resorts International with the Jerry Award, during its annual Caribbean Tourism Industry Awards Luncheon on Thursday, June 8th.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – (June 13, 2017) – The Marriott Port-au-Prince, the premier address for business and leisure hospitality in Haiti’s capital as well as the country’s newest hotel, announces the appointment of Chef Karem Khater as its new Executive Chef. A native of Egypt with more than 14 years of experience in the culinary arts, Chef Khater served as the Executive Sous Chef at the five-star, 520-room Sharm El Sheikh Marriott Red Sea Resort immediately prior to joining The Marriott Port-au-Prince family.
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