Here’s an interview with the founders of the Tmrw.Tday Culture Fest happening in Negril, Jamaica, May 17 to 23 by the Tmrw.Tday team. Tmrw.Tday’s inaugural festival will be an exclusive experience for a limited number of 1500 attendees that purchase full week Culture Fest & Wellness Passes & VIP Passes.
Announcing the First Annual TMRW.TDAY Culture Fest This May 2017 join the Tmrw.Tday movement in a weeklong cultural gathering along Jamaica’s famously beautiful Seven Mile Beach in Negril. Whether seeking enlightenment or strengthening a commitment to your existing beliefs, the first annual Tmrw.Tday culture fest offers soul-enriching wellness, fitness, gastronomy,
Here’s an interesting article, jamaica-gleaner.com, on Zimbali Retreat’s Mountain Cooking Studio. Located 20 minutes outside of Negril, Zimbali Retreats is located in a tropical mountain valley in Westmoreland. Zimbali Retreats is a true eco-tourism attraction which has been for over 5 years operating 100% from solar electricity. They have planted 500 fruit trees
Reggae Marathon is Jamaica’s premier international marathon event and it’s happening this weekend in Negril! Come on down! Marathoners, sports enthusiasts as well as beginners, converge every first Saturday in December in Negril, Jamaica’s capital of casual, for a fun event characterized by good vibes and lots of Reggae music.
I’ve decided to give the 10K race at the Reggae Marathon in Negril on December 1 a try. Not because I’m a runner at all, but just because I figure a weekend in Negril sounds like fun and I’ve always wanted to go check it out. And I figure what
Here are some photos from our recent bloggers meetup where a group of local and international bloggers and journalists were hosted by the Jamaica Tourist Board at Secrets Resorts in Montego Bay (I was lucky enough to be part of the group!). The aim of the event was to expose
Here’s more video from day three of the JTB’s Bloggers Meetup weekend. The Bloggers Meetup is a Jamaica Tourist Board initiative that was held at the Secrets Resort in Montego Bay. Thirty local and international bloggers and journalists participated in the event, which was designed to acquaint these writers with