Falmouth - A new world...
The year was 1790. Jamaica was Britain’s crown jewel and a leading producer of sugar. On the northern coast of the island, the newly established town of Falmouth was buzzing with activity. Strategically placed on the trans-Atlantic trade route, Falmouth was an essential port of call in the Caribbean. > Read more
The Association of Jamaica Attractions Limited
The Association of Jamaica Attractions Limited (AJAL) is committed through its united membership, to provide a diversity of attractions and quality of service to all visitors, while promoting ands maintaining the highest standards with integrity and professionalism in a friendly environment for the benefit of all. > Read more
Explore Port Antonio's Hidden Beaches
Port Antonio's bigger beaches - Frenchman's Cove, Winnifred and Boston Bay - are well-travelled, stunning locales. But tracking down the off-the-beaten-path beaches, such as Shanshy Beach and Ras Johnson's Ranch, can be gratifying, providing you with serenity and exposure to the authentic Jamaica and its rustic charms. > Read more