Jamaica Travel Tips
Ever since Errol Flynn cavorted here with his Hollywood pals in the 1930s and '40s, travelers have regarded Jamaica as one of the most alluring of the Caribbean islands. Its beaches, mountains and carnal red sunsets regularly appear in the sort of tourist brochures that promise paradise.
The northern mountain slopes shelter Kingston and the south coast from the worst of torrential Caribbean rain so there's little chance of canceled limbo marathons, in case you were worried.
Written by Laura, USA, June 2012
Dubbed the “tourism capital of Jamaica ,” Montego Bay
is a great city to visit and the surrounding region is jam-packed with
things to do. If you only have one day in Montego Bay and choose to ...
Written by AlyseInWonderland, USA, July 2011
Visitors to Jamaica looking to get a little spooked should check out the Great House at Rose Hall plantation. Widely regarded as the most extravagant and famous of Jamaica’s great plantation houses, ...
Jamaica’s famous Seven Mile Beach is located on the shores of Negril. It’s the longest continuous stretch of powdery white sand on the island and despite its name, Seven Mile Beach only extends for ...
Written by Ponting, January 2011
The Ocho Rios is well known for its most beautiful tropical foliage, shopping, dining, beaches and an array of activities. When visiting the dunns river falls you should wear swimwear, aqua socks or ...
Jamaica is a favorite Caribbean travel destination and a popular cruise stop and the beach resort town of Negril, located on the island’s western end, is one of Jamaica’s top attractions. Negril is ...
Written by Hudson, USA, February 2013
One of the longest rivers on the island, Jamaica’s Black River is steeped in local folklore of danger, mystique and angry crocodiles. Be that as it may, the Black River is actually a very peaceful ...
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