Tourism minister not worried about Cuba

Friday, February 17, 2017

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Tourism Minister Ed Bartlett said he has been holding discussions to develop new cruise ship routes between Cuba and Kingston.
Bartlett told the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC) council meeting on Tuesday that he was not worried that the opening up of Cuba would affect Jamaica's tourism.
"For me its an opportunity that can broaden market size," he said.
He said that the cruise shipping infrastructure in Kingston will have to be developed to lure tourists to the city.
The Government plans on setting up the Norman Manley International Airport in a way that would give confluence for cruise, sea and air activity, the minister added.
Meanwhile, Barlett told the councillors that Hope Zoo and Hope Gardens in the municipality are to be developed as major tourist attractions.
Claudienne Edwards




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