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Popularly known as Jamaica’s playground, Negril is home to the island's longest stretch of pristine white sand and is the perfect getaway for a little sun worship. Interestingly, it’s also home to ...
With its white sand beaches, brilliant turquoise waters and of course the famous Blue Mountains, Montego Bay attracts millions of tourists every year. Jamaica’s rich music culture is also an ...
Written by Hudson, USA, November 2012
Celebrating the holidays in Jamaica ?
You’re excited. The holidays are one of the island’s busiest times and
the whole Caribbean feel is alive and in the air, mingling with the
sense of ...
Written by Laura, USA, August 2012
Often called one of the most romantic islands in the Caribbean , Jamaica
is a top destination for honeymooning newlyweds. The island is home to
more than 200 miles of pristine white-sand ...
Written by Hudson, USA, December 2012
The warm waters of the Caribbean meet white sand beaches and lush jungle here, in Jamaica’s hallowed Montego Bay. Capital of St. James parish, Montego Bay is the second largest city in Jamaica and ...
Written by Hudson, USA, March 2013
Spring break in Jamaica is as wild and exotic as they come. From the white-sand beaches of Negril to club-hopping Montego Bay to jamming Kingston town, Jamaica’s got it going on for spring break. A ...
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 Laura, USA, October 2012
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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