As customary at the start of each tour a welcome meeting is held in an attempt to break the ice and get to know each other. Introductions are made, the itinerary is discussed and then the tour officially begins.
Wary faces, anxious eyes quickly changed to glancing from side to side unable to get enough of […]
The pitter patter of the rain drops on the zinc roof, the clean fresh air, or the gentle wind which soothes and calms our mind is why we love the Blue Mountains even in the rain.
Though we travel to experience the coffee and the hike, the discussions, the exhibitions are also things we like.
So we […]
Jamaica has long been a jewel in the Caribbean tourism industry crown, but there’s far more to discover than just beaches and all-inclusive resorts.
With Bob Marley, Jamaica gifted us the first global superstar from the developing world. But he didn’t spring from nowhere – this tiny island has musical roots that reach […]
Many, many people fall in love with Jamaica, but not many of them are staffers at BuzzFeed.
Annie Daly is, however, and her recent article, “25 Ways A Trip To Jamaica Will Make You A Happier Person” makes us happier people. Annie really has a good handle on many of our island’s cultural and natural wonders. To read Annie […]
Jamaica’s chefs have once again tantalized the palates of trendsetters, food lovers, tennis fans, top chefs and pro tennis players at this year’s Taste of Tennis event in New York. The Jamaica Tourist Board partnered with Palace Resorts, Miss Lily’s, Appleton Jamaican Rum, Red Stripe and Xaymaca Coffee in hosting the Home of All Right […]
The popularity of Jamaican cuisine has grown tremendously with the opening up of many Jamaican restaurants across North America and Europe. Jamaican chefs have successfully blended cooking techniques, spices and recipes to contribute to one of the most flavourful cuisines in the world. Some of our outstanding chefs who continue to fly the epicurean flag […]
World’s best islands
05:07 AM, Apr 19, 2016
10 photos: World’s best islands 10. Fernando de Noronha, Brazil – The number of visitors is restricted on Fernando de Noronha, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. “The lucky few are rewarded with unrivaled beaches and waters filled with dolphins and sea turtles,” says TripAdvisor.