Island Routes to Add Six Destinations in the Caribbean

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica -- As part of our week-long coverage of the annual Jamaica Product Exchange (JAPEX), Travel Agent sat in on an Island Routes press conference in which the Caribbean tour operator announced it will be offering six new destinations within the next six months.

Dominique Peterkin, managing director of Island Routes, says the new destinations that will be added to the company’s portfolio include Nassau, the Bahamas; the Cayman Islands; Aruba; St. Maarten; the Dominican Republic and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Currently, the operator offers Jamaica; Turks and Caicos; Exuma, the Bahamas; Antigua and St. Lucia.



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