BOLANS VILLAGE, Antigua, Jan. 9, 2012 â€“ Jolly Beach Resort & Spa has partnered with Antiguaâ€™s â€œInsane Boot Campâ€ to offer an extreme workout for guests to kick start or bump up their health and fitness efforts in a stunning Caribbean setting. The five-day Insane Beach Body program challenges â€œcampersâ€ to push their mental and physical limits embrace the aches and pains and come back for more.
Insane Beach Body Boot Camp is part of the resortâ€™s new â€œGet into the Beach of Itâ€ fun and fitness program for 2013 and will launch at Jolly Beach Resort & Spa, April 25-29, 2013. The air/land package for a stay at the hotel during this period, through tour operator Travel Impressions, is at a cost $1,608 per person (based on double occupancy) including air on American Airlines from New York, JFK and at $1,685 per person (based on double occupancy) including with air on American Airlines from Miami, MIA. (Pricing is based on NNX5C1Q1 fare basis and ticketing must be completed within 3 days after reservations are made and at least 14 days before departure, whichever is earlier. Baggage fees are not included and additional packages are available at a higher cost. Additional terms and conditions apply, please call for details.
U.S. travelers will have an easier time getting to Martinique in 2013 as th American Airlines will launch new weekly service to the island beginning April 6 . The new flights, which represent the first direct air service between Martinique and the U.S. mainland since 2007, will operate on Saturdays as follows:
Miami - Martinique
|Saturday||474||11:40 am||2:35 pm|
Martinique - Miami
|Saturday||589||3:40 pm||7:05 pm|
EZjet has been, forced to end its low-cost carrier service to Guyana amidst the backdrop of a suspension of service by the United States Department of Transport and allegations of embezzlement by the companyâ€™s founder and chief executive officer.
EZjet began flying to Guyana earlier this year and flew the New York to Guyana route before expanding to New York to Toronto. It fast became an alternative to pricey flights on Delta Airlines and Caribbean Airlines, the only two other carriers that serve the Guyana market from North America.
The sudden suspension of the EZjet service last month left dozens of paid travelers on the Toronto and New York routes out in the cold and the Guyana government scrambling to get Caribbean Airlines to absorb the carrierâ€™s passengers.
Beginning Oct. 2013, the Disney Cruise Line will make stops at Jamaicaâ€™s Historic Falmouth Cruise Port.
The 1,754-passenger Disney Wonder will visit the islandâ€™s newest port in Falmouth as part of the shipâ€™s latest seven-night western Caribbean itinerary, which will launch from Galveston, Texas.
â€œWeâ€™re thrilled about Jamaicaâ€™s partnership with such as an established legacy brand,â€ said John Lynch, Jamaicaâ€™s director of tourism.