After giving their medalists a hero's homecoming, islands across the Caribbean are now extending open arms to travelers in these post-Olympic days.
Attracting attention after gold-medal victories on the track and on the field, islands including Jamaica, the Bahamas and Grenada are hoping this Olympic fame will turn into tourism dollars in the coming months.
If he wasn’t already, Jamaica’s Usain Bolt has now earned his place as a household name in nations across the globe after his gold-medal wins in the 100 meter, 200 meter and 4-by-100 relay in London. Bolt's no stranger to tourism campaigns; he appeared in several commercials aimed toward travelers in 2010, and now his own Kingston sports bar, Tracks and Records, is reportedly packed each night.
Experience Jamaica for yourself with savings of as much as 60% for visits into early 2013; tell them Usain sent you. Offers include: