With a return to normalcy for the Jamaican tourism industry, Kaya Herb House is making a play for the tourism sector. CEO and Chief Ganja Officer, Bali Vaswani says, “The wellness events we have planned are exactly the kind of collaboration that we need to bring people to one table so that we can speak, interact, and act together. As the tourist industry in Jamaica bounces back post-pandemic, we expect to generate revenue growth from both out-of-town visitors and our local community. I believe we offer one of the finest hospitality experiences in Jamaica at our three Kaya Herb Houses and our wellness center at The Gap Café in Jamaica’s beautiful Blue Mountains.”.
Jamaica’s Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett expects the tourism sector to generate $4.2 billion in revenues for the fiscal year 2022-23. $500 million more than the same time period in 2019. The last complete year of tourist arrivals before the pandemic brought the industry to a standstill. The company has planned a series of events in coming weeks to introduce the world to their wellness offering. Kaya describes itself as “the first medicinal Ganja herb house in the Caribbean and holistic, wellness-focused ecosystem.” Visit, https://kayaherbhouse.com, for more details.