KINGSTON, JAMAICA – What started out as a local event to pilot a consumer cycling program will officially become a bookable experience in 2021 known as Discover Jamaica By Bike. The test ride, which was organized and led by the Jamaica Cycling Association, got underway in Port Antonio and saw riders including Jamaica’s Director of Tourism, Donovan White making the trek through Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, Negril, South Coast and ending in Kingston.
MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA –The tourist capital of Montego Bay served as the backdrop for Jamaica’s first in-person MICE event since the island reopened its borders. Organized by eGroup Communications in collaboration with Hyatt Ziva & Zilara, the inaugural Land X-Change brought together top MICE buyers and suppliers for one-to-one meetings and networking events. Some 37 buyer delegates from five countries including the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Iceland and Kenya were on island for the 5-day/4-night event.
KINGSTON, JAMAICA – In light of the current pandemic, more and more visitors are looking for experiences which can be enjoyed in a safe and relaxed environment. According to the findings from a TripAdvisor survey, consumers are 218% more likely to want to take a trip where they can relax and be around fewer people compared to before the pandemic. Travelers will feel comfortable and safe in Jamaica, which offers getaways in settings designed for physical distancing and outdoor activities that can be enjoyed year-round in the warm Jamaican sunshine. Below are several of Jamaica’s most breathtaking natural gems located across the island.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Jamaica Pegasus, Kingston’s premier business hotel, continues to pivot its operations to best meet the needs of today’s increasingly mobile corporate world with the launch of new Co[ME] Work packages. The new packages target work-from-home professionals and students who could benefit from an elegant, resort-style change of scenery to spice-up their typical workday. Co[ME] Work packages include the private use of guest rooms converted into office suites, with desks and conference tables replacing the hotel’s legendarily comfortable beds.
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS - While the first week of the return of leisure travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands has been “extraordinarily successful”, according to Department of Tourism representatives, the Territory continues to urge compliance with the stringent protocols and guidelines that have been established to help curb the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Territory.