The mission of Bath Fountain Hotel and Spa is to provide first class spa amenities and services to local and foreign patrons while contributing to community development and the sustainability of Jamaica's tourism industry. Bath Fountain Hotel & Spa is located in the verdant hills of St. Thomas and is operated as a Health & Wellness tourism facility by the Ministry of Tourism. The property offers its local and overseas clientele the amenities of its world renown, natural, therapeutic mineral baths as well as guest accommodation and dining facilities.



The Bureau of Standards Jamaica is a customer-focused organization that promotes the international competitiveness of Jamaican producers, facilitates business development and trade, and supports consumer protection by providing standardization, metrology, testing, certification and training services through visionary leadership, consultations, teamwork and a committed, motivated workforce.

The Jamaica Centre of Tourism Innovation (JCTI) is a Division of the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), an Agency of the Ministry of Tourism. The JCTI is tasked with facilitating the development of Jamaica’s valuable human capital and support innovation for the tourism sector.

Milk River Hotel & Spa is owned by the Government of Jamaica and is operated by the Ministry of Tourism. The property is comprised of the hotel and nine baths, which are utilized by tourists as well as many local visitors. The Milk River is world renowned for its healing properties.

The Ministry of Health (MOH) is the pre-eminent Government organization whose mandate is “To ensure the provision of quality health services and to promote healthy lifestyles and environmental practices”.

The Ministry of Tourism (MOT) is a in the government of Jamaica whose mandate is “Create unique tourism experiences that will transform Jamaica’s landscape, the talents of its people and vibrant culture into opportunities for a better Jamaica.”.

The Tourism Enhancement Fund’s role is to lead tourism innovation in the areas of transformational infrastructural and sustainable projects, human capital development and tourism linkages through the applied utilization of research data.

The Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo) was established by the Government of Jamaica in 1996 as a limited liability company with a mandate to develop and improve the tourism product.

The JTB is a public company governed by a Board of Directors, appointed by the Minister of Tourism. The Director of Tourism, also appointed by the Minister, is the administrative head of the organization and is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the JTB.

Jamaica Promotions Corporation is currently operating under the Ministry of Industry, Investment & Commerce. Established as a statutory body under the JAMPRO Act, 1990, we promote business opportunities in export and investment to the local and international private sector.

The Jamaica Manufacturers & Exporters Association (JMEA) is Jamaica’s leading industry association, serving as the voice of exporters, manufacturers, service providers, micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs).

The Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC) was established in 2001 as the premier government agency providing business development services to Jamaican Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs)…’From Concept to Market’.

Jamaica Hotel & Tourist Association is the organization, which represents Jamaican hotels, other visitor accommodations as well as most suppliers of goods and services to the tourism industry commonly know as "Allied" members.

The Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA) is a statutory body under the Ministry of Industry Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries. RADA was established under the Rural Agricultural Development Authority Act of 1990, replacing the Land Authorities Act and began its operation on August 1, 1990. It is Jamaica’s chief agricultural extension and rural development agency.