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All India, 28th June 2013With a smashing end to the 2013 IPL tournament and a victorious performance in ICC Champions Trophy in England, India is touring to the Caribbean Islands for the Tri-Nation Tournament. West Indies will host an ODI tri-series against India and Sri Lanka in Jamaica and Trinidad from June 28 to July 11, 2013. The tri-series comprises seven matches, with each team playing the other twice before a final.

From time immemorial Jamaica has been the epitome of cricket in the global arena. The island has produced some of the world famous cricketers like George Headley, not to forget our favorite Courtney Walsh and current West Indies opener Chris Gayle .

Jamaica has been host to some of the most-watched international cricket series at one of the most famous stadiums in the Caribbean, the 12000 seat Sabina Park Stadium in Kingston. Cricket matches are still played all over the island and cricket remains a favorite spectator sport in Jamaica. The 1st match was played on 28th June between West Indies and Sri Lanka at the Sabina Park cricket ground in Jamaica. This picturesque ground is perhaps one of the most significant in Test cricket history. The Blue Mountains form a backdrop to the north, facing the George Headley Stand, with Kingston Harbour to the south. Sabina Park has the fastest pitch in all West Indian grounds, and although it has slowed down over the years, they have the ability to surprise batsmen.

The Men in Blue will open their campaign against the West Indies on June 30th in Kingston.

“Off to jamaica nw,,, Nxt mission ahead, had a lovely time in England….,” tweeted all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja with a picture of his boarding pass.

“Jamaica welcomes us with bright sun shine and some lovely cricket fans. Not to forget hoardings of the great Usain Bolt,” tweeted off-spinner R Ashwin upon arrival.

June 28: WI vs SL (Kingston) 7.30 pm

June 30: WI vs India (Kingston) 7.30 pm

July 2: India vs SL (Kingston) 7.30 pm

July 5: WI vs India (Port of Spain) 6.30 pm

July 7: WI vs SL (Port of Spain) 6.30 pm

July 9: SL vs India (Port of Spain) 6.30pm

July 11: Final (Port of Spain) 6.30 pm

Alongside cricket savor the aroma of the city Kingston this summer. Kingston is the capital and largest city of Jamaica, located on the southeastern coast of the island. Embrace the warm culture, revisit the unique history, and get views of the stunning landscapes on your sojourn to the island. Kingston will give you the local flavor of Jamaican culture, and one can visit many historical sites, botanical gardens and other attractions in the capital city of Jamaica..

“One Love- Jamaica” renowned for its pristine seductive beaches, unique all day-night adventure, romantic hidden treasures of the blue mountain peaks. Jamaica also boasts of an enviable reputation of outstanding hospitality. With its art, culture, history and music all interwoven between this palms fringed, sun-soaked tropical Eden, Jamaica today has a reckoning in the Indian consumer mindset.

Positioned as “Once you go, you know – Jamaica”, best explains its character and further elaborates on each of its six major areas — Kingston “the heart of Jamaica”; Montego Bay “the complete resort”; Negril “the capital of casual; Ocho Rios “the centerpiece ofJamaica; Port Antonio “naturally” and the South Coast “off the beaten track” celebrates the country’s’ natural and cultural diversity

Visa is on arrival for Indian travelers. U.K. and U.S.A are transit points to Jamaica, which won the award forWorld’s Most Romantic Destination at the 2012 World Travel Awards


For Further Information, please contact: 
Pourushasp Mehta
Trac Representations India Pvt.Ltd
Phone : 022 – 24981777 , 09820664262 | Email: visitjamaica@gmail.com