"Your Internet Resource Guide to the Parish of Trelawny in Jamaica"
The Trelawny Jamaica Travel Guide is designed to serve as an Internet Resource Guide for the Parish of Trelawny Jamaica. We are continually gathering information on Parish of Trelawny area businesses and organizations related to Jamaican Hospitality – Tourism industry, concerts, and current events. Our goal is to provide up-to-date accurate information to help anyone contemplating a visit to the Parish of Trelawny of Jamaica enabling them to plan ahead and make ultimate use of their valuable time.
The Trelawny Jamaica Travel Guide contains information about the Parish of Trelawny Hospitality - Tourism related businesses and organizations ready and waiting to provide you with friendly Jamaican hospitality and services. Informational topics and links include: Where To Stay, Restaurants, Shopping, Jamaican Calendar Of Events, Jamaican Photo Gallery linked off the Negril Travel Guide.com, Jamaican Attractions, and the Jamaican Business Directory by the Negril Travel Guide.com, and many Jamaican Links.
If you click on the Jamaican Photo Gallery link you will go to over two hundred-fifty thousand photos of Jamaican concerts, special events, and professional photography depicting the hospitality - tourism aspects of island of Jamaica. We hope you will take the time to visit our Jamaican Photo Gallery Web Page and look through these photographs portraying the positive vibes and beauty of the island of Jamaican, its people, music, and culture.
Labour Day 2020 Message - Most Hon. Andrew Holness Prime Minister of Jamaica
The Tourism Product Development Company Limited, (TPDCo) has launched a public education campaign entitled “Treat Our Visitors Right”. The educational campaign is an effort to increase Jamaican awareness of appropriate behaviours and to improve attitudes when interacting with visitors. They kicked off the campaign with a series of road shows around Jamaica. The first road show was held at the Value Master Plaza in Negril on Tuesday, January 3rd, 2019. Below is an embedded “Treat Our Visitors Right” YouTube.com video.