Record number of Brits to Jamaica

Wednesday, 27 Apr, 2022 0

Jamaica hailed the record number of British visitors in February.

Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett made the announcement in London at the official launch of the island’s 60th anniversary of Independence.

“This record number of British nationals to Jamaica is a sign that the destination is well on its way to recovery.”

Over 18,000 British visitors arrived in February.

Jamaica is on track to welcoming 200,000 British visitors by year-end and a total visitor count of 3.2 million overall.

Minister Bartlett also encouraged the diaspora to go back to Jamaica to rediscover their heritage.



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