Custom Built Tours Focus On Art and Culture, Food, Corporate Retreats and Wellness
Wilton, CT — Otaheti Travel curates novel off-the-beaten-path trips focusing on art and culture, food, corporate retreats, and wellness in Jamaica. Otaheti custom builds one-of-a-kind experiences, as well as provides a new twist on the all-inclusive experience to immerse travelers into the Jamaican culture, cuisine, meet local people, and experience the lesser-known, hidden tourism gems on the island. Otaheti Travel tours will launch on April 10, 2021.
“Otaheti Travel is the antidote, as well as an evolution of the typical all-inclusive experience. We deliver the “all’ in the all-inclusive ‘with a personal driver during the trip, a private chef preparing their breakfast daily, and tailor-made tours to meet local Jamaicans and gain a deeper understanding of the Jamaican culture,” says Aeon Cummings, founder, Otaheti Travel.
Jamaica has a diverse and thriving art, dance, music, and theater scene. The island is known around the world as the birthplace of reggae.
Otaheti Travel’s art and culture trip will allow fine art enthusiasts to mix and mingle, meet local artists, take private classes, visit local museums, and of course, buy local art from artists. The art and culture trip can be tailored to integrate private dance and music classes to learn traditional folk dance and music
Otaheti Travel’s North Coast Food tour offers a plethora of foodie experiences in Falmouth in Trelawny, Runaway Bay, Ocho Rios in St. Ann, Robins Bay in St. Mary, and Port Antonio in Portland. The food tour features interactive hands-on cooking classes, food festivals, and markets combined with endless opportunities to savor the most authentic cuisine.
Otaheti Travel also sprinkles in sightseeing trips to lesser-known hidden tourism gems as well as opportunities to snorkel, swim, hike, raft, fish, climb waterfalls, spelunk, and more on the North Coast
An important aspect of traveling is overall health and wellness. Otaheti Travel provides an off-the-beaten path trip within Montego Bay, Negril, and Treasure Beach, a quaint village on the South coast in St. Elizabeth.
Otaheti Travel’s active wellness trip presents a holistic approach to unwind, relax, meditate and practice self-care. This wellness trip incorporates yoga, meditation, as well as spa rituals soaking in the healing waters of the natural mineral waters. Active wellness travelers will also have endless opportunities to hike, bicycle, snorkel and swim off the beaten path on Jamaica’s Southwest coast.
Otaheti Travel curates four days and three nights executive off-site, as well as work-out retreats powered by Jazz Leadership Project (JLP) on Jamaica’s beautiful North Coast.
The corporate retreats offer a cultural, as well as leadership engagement to encourage workplace achievement and performance. The corporate retreats provide a creative learning process that helps pinpoint limitations and maximize strengths in workstyles. This experience promotes productivity and efficiency but simultaneously creates opportunities to make shared memories to sustain these working relationships.
“We won’t compromise on the quality of the trip. We want to provide trips that enrich people’s lives and create lifelong memories,” says Cummings.
About Otaheti Travel
Located in Connecticut, Otaheti Travel curates one-of-a-kind off-the-beaten-path, Jamaican vacations that deliver an unforgettable experience. It strives to provide its customers with individualized, custom-built trips that contrast the typical, all-inclusive vacations common to Jamaica.
Otaheti Travel’s goal is to provide a truly immersive experience for travelers to uncover the food, art, culture, and natural beauty of the island. Otaheti Travel advisors custom build trips by mixing and matching elements from different tours or by developing a tailor-made, unique trip. Our themes focus on art and culture, food, and wellness to showcase lesser-known tourism gems on the island.
The mission is to ultimately provide trips that enrich the lives of travelers, create lifelong memories, use the vast pool of talented underutilized human capital, and in a sustainably responsible way.
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