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AMResorts has announced the launch of its newest luxury resort in the Caribbean. The Zoetry Montego Bay Jamaica opened its doors to holidaymakers recently on the north coast of Jamaica, where they can enjoy an all-inclusive experience within tropical surroundings. The new luxury resort marks the debut of the Zoetry brand in the country, and it focuses on spa and wellness.
Locals and tourists in Jamaica are being encouraged to look after the island’s coastline in a new environmental initiative launched by the National Environment and Planning Agency. The "Adopt a Beach" scheme is asking people to take action to clean up beaches in Jamaica through monthly or quarterly events to minimise marine litter and stop it from polluting the oceans and harming marine life.
Jamaica has recorded a significant increase in tourists since the start of the year, according to the Jamaica Tourist Board. The organisation predicts 4.2 million international travellers visiting Jamaica by the end of the year, which will beat last year’s record of 3.84 million visitors. The number of cruise arrivals and tourism industry earnings have also increased this year.