Jamaica Looking to Create “Mini-Destinations”

They’re some of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean — not just Jamaica.

 But Jamaica is now looking to expand beyond its traditional tourism hubs with the creation of what tourism officials are calling “mini-destinations” in non-traditional areas.

 “While it is commonplace to associate tourism with the island’s six official resort areas — Kingston, Montego Bay, the South Coast, Ocho Rios, Negril and Port Antonio — there are now some non-traditional areas that have started to get a look in,” said Jamaica Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett.

 That includes places like Clarendon on the middle of Jamaica’s southern coast, he said.

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