JAM | Apr 3, 2024

Sandals and Beaches resorts craft ‘Love and Let Fly’ deal

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Aerial view of the Sandals logo, which can be seen from the sky adorning the Coyaba Sky Rondoval Villas at Sandals Dunn’s River. (Photo: Sandals Resorts)

Durrant Pate/Contributor

Sandals and Beaches resorts in St. Ann have crafted a ‘Love and Let Fly’ package, marking the debut of the first US commercial non-stop route from Miami to Ian Fleming Airport in Ocho Rios.

The package is coined from the James Bond novel ‘Live and Let Die‘ by British spy author, Ian Fleming, from whom the airport is named. The package is curated exclusively for passengers arriving on American Airlines’ new flight AA4007 from Miami. 

It includes an Island Routes Powerboat Adventure for guests at participating Sandals Resorts in Ocho Rios. These comprise Sandals Dunn’s River, Sandals Royal Plantation and Sandals Ochi. 

Dive into crystal blue waters  

The all-day excursion will take guests across the North Coast, including a dive into the crystal blue waters of the Laughing Waters Beach that was featured in the James Bond film ‘Dr. No‘. 

Guests booking the package at Beaches Ocho Rios will receive a complimentary Island Routes Dunn’s River Catamaran Cruise that pairs snorkelling with views of the Jamaican coastline, including a visit to the archetypal Dunn’s River Falls, which is also featured in ‘Dr. No‘ which was the first of the Bond novels to be featured on the big screen. 

Subsequent films include “Live and Let Die” and “No Time to Die” which were also shot on the island. Guests staying at Sandals Dunn’s River can also sip on a Jamaican Rum Old Fashioned, a cocktail that celebrates the AA4007 route and uses limited-edition Blackwell 007 Jamaican rum.

The commissionable package is available to book through May 16 for travel through May 24 and does not include airfare. The Sandals package is available in all room categories, but guests must book for at least five nights to receive the complimentary powerboat or catamaran trips.  


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