Tourist Support Network | Exclusively on Rasta Routes’s
AUTHENTIC JAMAICAN CULTURAL TRAIL
The Walk Good Tourist Support Network (a.k.a. “Irie Mom”) is a resource for Visitors to Jamaica to use to Encourage Safe Travel and Facilitate the Provision of Efficient Assistance, in case of Travel Emergencies.
For example, if there were an Unforeseen Event – the ability to quickly confirm the Exact Locations of Community Tourism Guests in the affected areas of Jamaica would be invaluable.
The Walk Good Tourist Support Network (a.k.a. “Irie Mom”) allows for the location those who are in an affected area, provide Basic Emergency Information for coordination with Local Authorities.
One of the Rasta Routes Tourist Support Network (Irie Mom)’s core features is a Shared, Private Chat room where Responders can coordinate to prepare the most appropriate action.
You can access the Rasta Routes Tourist Support Network (a.k.a. “Irie Mom”) from any device that has a Web Browser, including public kiosks at Libraries, Computer Labs, Internet Cafés & now at Kingston’s Devon House too!
During a specific or general Crisis Alert Situation like a Hurricane, the Rasta Routes Tourist Support Network provides Travelers and Topic Experts – and Rescue Authorities when required – with a Real-Time Map of the Alerter’s and Each Others’ Locations, Chat Rooms for coordinating a response, and Audio/Video sharing capabilities.
Although the Rasta Routes Tourist Support Network (Irie Mom) is designed to be useful in even the most high-risk situations, users can also use Irie Mom however they want.
Rather than discourage this, we think the Rasta Routes Tourist Support Network (Irie Mom) can be useful even when someone may feel like their situation may not rise to the level of calling Jamaican 1-1-9.