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In an effort to improve the health of local marine life, Round Hill Hotel and Villas in Jamaica has launched a coral recovery programme so that their own reef, found just off the hotel’s main beach can spring back to life. To achieve their mission the resort has enlisted the help of marine scientists while putting sustainable practices in places to avoid a future reversal of these actions.
All-inclusive beach resort Riu Palace Tropical Bay has reopened in Jamaica following a multi-million dollar revamp to add new rooms, redesign communal areas and update the hotel's culinary and family offerings. The relaunched hotel beside Negril's Bloody Bay beach now boasts walk-in showers in each of its 452 rooms, 24-hour room service, a new kids club, plus an ice cream parlour and coffee shop.
The Jamaica Tourism Enhancement (TEF) has revealed it invested around $10 million in the 2018 International Coastal Clean-up Day initiative in September. The project is led by the Jamaica Environment Trust (JET), and last year, Jamaica had 9,675 volunteers at more than 147 sites across the island cleaning up plastic and litter from beaches, rivers and the sea.