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Wedding season is upon us, and that means honeymoons abound! Jamaica is one of the world's most popular locations for destination weddings and romantic getaways, and the country's government is well aware of just how important the industry is to their economy.
Portia Simpson Miller, Jamaica's prime minister, met with United Nations World Tourism Organization's secretary general Taleb Rifai, who agreed that boosting the country's tourism industry is integral to job creation and economic sustainability. Also present at the meeting was David Scowsill, the president of the World Travel and Tourism Council. Both men sang Miller's praises during the 2012 Caribbean Tourism Summit.
This is good news for employment seekers in Jamaica. The tourism industry already provides more than 300,000 jobs on the island, which draws in thousands of visitors annually with its gorgeous beaches, delectable Caribbean fare, and historical landmarks. The World Travel Awards site Jamaica as the world's leading honeymoon destination, and the location also holds a draw for adventure seekers, beach bunnies, and avian enthusiasts. Not to mention the boating, fishing, waters ports, unique and luxury hotels that make Jamaica ideal for family centered vacations.
Jamaica is home to a rich and interesting history made up of culturally diverse music, food, art, and religions. This combined with an ever-coveted climate, a beautiful landscape, and friendly locals keep tourists coming back again and again. We cannot wait to see what kind of changes Prime Minister Miller has got up her sleeve.