Dear Valued Partners, 

Thank you, as always, for your outstanding support in selling Jamaica. We understand you may have clients with questions regarding the Tropical Disturbance experienced in Jamaica on July 3, 2024. Therefore, we would like to advise you of the following: 

How will this impact my groups traveling to Jamaica? 

On Wednesday, July 3, 2024, Hurricane Beryl moved past Jamaica. The majority of the island, including the capital city of Kingston and much of the north coast tourism areas including Montego Bay, Runaway Bay, Trelawny, and Ocho Rios, saw minimal impact. Negril, on the western end of the island, experienced mostly fallen trees, which have largely been cleared. 

The island’s three major airports and cruise ports are open and operating normally. Electricity, water supplies, road access, and telecommunications are largely restored across the island, and Jamaica is working diligently to ensure 100% availability as soon as possible. 

The safety and well-being of Jamaica’s citizens and visitors continues to be of paramount importance. Visitors are advised to contact their travel advisor, accommodation, and airline providers for updates on the storm’s impact on transportation and accommodations. 

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