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Jamaica Tourism Management Lecture And Hotel Tour

Additional Info
  • Processing Fee: $200 USD per person
  • Room Types: Hotel Dorm, Double , Single
  • Dates Available: Year Round
  • Project Sites: St. Catherine, Kingston, St. Andrew
  • Max Participants: 30
  • Max Age: 85
  • Min Stay: 1 Week
  • Min Stay: 1 Week
  • Max Stay: 3 Months
  • Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner
  • Transfers: To & from airport, Daily Transfers
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Join Our Tourist Lectures To Learn About The History Of Tourism In Jamaica And Tour A Hotel

This tourism management lecture and hotel tour is for students and persons who are interested in learning about the history of tourism in Jamaica. Jamaica International Projects has partnered with the Jamaica Tourist Board and local hotels across the island to facilitate our overseas students on unique tourist lectures that will enlighten them about the hospitality and tourism industry in Jamaica.

 

Mass tourism in Jamaica has been one of the island’s greatest foreign currency earners for many years. You will receive a lecture from a key member from the office of the Jamaica Minister of Tourism, followed by a guided tour of one of Jamaica’s top hotels.

 

This Jamaica tourism industry educational field trip will place you directly in the heart of the tourism sector in Jamaica, where you will learn about the many benefits of tourism in Jamaica, as well as some of the disadvantages. You will also get a behind the scenes tour of one of the island’s top hotels to see how it functions.

 

Apply for our Jamaica hospitality industry and tourism lecture now to let us book a learning experience of a lifetime.

 

This Jamaica Tourism Facts Educational Trip Includes:

  • Transfer from Accommodation to Jamaica Tourist Board, lecture room or the conference room of the hotel where the tour will take place
  • PowerPoint presentation and lecture on tourism in Jamaica by tourism professionals
  • Question and answer session
  • Transfer to hotel (if lecture is kept at Jamaica Tourist Board)
  • Guided tour of hotel property
  • Complementary refreshments
  • Transfer to lunch or accommodation

 

Learning Outcomes:

 

After the completion of this field trip, students will be able to:

• Understand the importance of tourism in Jamaica
• Identify the main sectors of tourism and hospitality in Jamaica, as well as the various Jamaica tourism packages available
• Comprehend the most important Jamaica tourism statistics and their implications
• Understand the state of the Jamaica tourism economy and the plans for improvement
• Learn about Jamaica tourism history and how it started on the island
• Understand the positive and negative impacts of tourism in Jamaica
• Learn the steps that have been taken to ensure Jamaica tourism safety
• Explain the importance of foreign exchange to Jamaica’s economy
• List the various tourism organizations in Jamaica that govern the Hospitality industry, such as the Minister of Tourism in Jamaica
• Outline qualifications and certifications required by Jamaican hospitality workers
• List some of the most popular Jamaica tourist attractions
• Understand the importance of the various types of tourism in Jamaica, such as community tourism in Jamaica, Jamaica ecotourism, sports tourism in Jamaica, health tourism in Jamaica, cultural heritage tourism in Jamaica, special events tourism in Jamaica and adventure tourism in Jamaica

 

If there is a specific topic area that your group would like to discuss, please indicate it on your application form.

 

Recommended To Take With You:

• A camera to take pictures
• A notepad/tablet to take notes
• Tour guide/bartender tip (optional)
• Comfortable shoes for walking

 

Duration:

• Lecture – 45 minutes to 2 hours
• Tour of Hotel – 45 minutes to 1 ½ hours
• Total time – 1 ½ to 3 ½ hours

 

Prices:

*All priced below are listed in USD and are based per person

• Groups of 21 and above: $90
• Groups of 11-20 Persons: $120
• Groups of 5-10 Persons: $150
• 4 or less persons : $180

 

Price Includes:

• Round trip transportation
• Company rep for assistance
• Refreshment
• Lecture venue rental
• All lecturer fees
• Hotel tour fee

 

Does Not Include:

• Lunch

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