Report: Jamaica, Cuba and the Dominican Republic to Forge Multi-Destination Arrangement

Havana, Cuba // Photo by Joe Pike

Caribbean News Digital is reporting that efforts to boost cooperation between Jamaica and Cuba in the area of tourism have begun to bear fruit as both countries have agreed to form a multi-destination marketing arrangement along with the Dominican Republic

Jamaica's Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett announced that the official Memorandum of Understanding should be agreed on by the countries in May, according to the report.

He said the move will see the introduction of a tripartite tourism agreement which will drive the growth of tourism in the region.


Like this story? Subscribe to Daily News & Deals!

Featuring breaking news on the latest product launches, deals, sales promotions, and executive appointments. Be sure to sign-up for this free industry daily newsletter.

“This is a very exciting moment for us here in the Caribbean. We are beginning to witness a seismic shift in the economic and social activities within our Caribbean space. The improved relationship between Cuba and the US has enabled us to begin to create a new architecture for tourism in the Northern Caribbean,” said Bartlett in the Caribbean News Digital report. “Our dreams of establishing multi-destination marketing arrangements and greater economic collaboration are now becoming potent realities."

For the Caribbean Digital report, click here and keep visiting for all your latest Caribbean news. 

Suggested Articles

Home to this year's FIFA Women's World Cup Final, Lyon, France, is a gastronomic delight with real cultural clout. Here's what you need to know.

A number of new flights in Europe and more 737 Max cancellations lead this week’s air travel news. Here's what you need to know.

This week in the travel industry saw a number of new hotel leadership appointments, plus big ship updates from Carnival and Virgin. Here's what you need…