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Posts from June 2018

Top 5 Heritage Sites in Kingston

Thursday, June 28, 2018 11:00 AM by VisitJamaica

  1. Hope Botanical Gardens

In 1881, two hundred (200) acres of Hope Estate was purchased by the Government to establish an experimental garden. Fifty (50) acres of the land were devoted to the development and distribution of new varieties of sugar cane, and ten (10) acres for planting teak, Liberian

Love is always in the air in Jamaica, the ideal destination for your first vacation as husband and wife. From warm evening sunsets to secluded waterfalls Jamaica is known for providing intimate escapes for lovers. Not only will you discover beautiful places to visit but exciting things to do that

Where to Stay: The Nature Lovers Guide

Monday, June 25, 2018 5:00 PM by Charissa Allwood

There is a sight to see for every kind of traveler in Jamaica, including the nature lover. Here the grass is always greener as the perfect year round climate tends to every tree, garden and forest. Set amidst lush landscapes are several hotels, from resorts to boutique, which cater to the needs of

Great House, Great Wedding

Monday, June 25, 2018 12:00 PM by Charissa Allwood

Every great house has a history waiting for you revel in while you make your own on your special day. Great locations equal great memories, so why not start off the rest of your life at a Great House in gorgeous Jamaica.

Devon House

Devon House

One of the finest examples of 19th century architecture in the

In as fascinating a story as the novels themselves, James Bond has his very roots in Jamaica. Not only were all 13 James Bond novels written in Jamaica, but author Ian Fleming was himself enchanted by the island and called Jamaica his home.

Ian Lancaster Fleming of the British Naval Intelligence

What to Do in Montego Bay: Spelunking

Friday, June 22, 2018 4:00 PM by Charissa Allwood

Jamaica hosts a wealth of biodiversity found in the tropical forests, wetlands and other eco systems that stretch across the island. One particularly rich area is the Cockpit Country, over 500 square miles of Karst limestone topography, spreading across three parishes and containing the highest

Up the winding hill above the heat of Kingston to a white marker in the road, we were led on a downward path that ended at a gate surrounded by greenery, flowering plants and fruit trees. The fresh cool air of Irish Town at 9am awakened all six senses, including the one that foretells of a good

Where to Eat on Jamaica's South Coast

Friday, June 22, 2018 12:00 PM by VisitJamaica

Smurfs Cafe – Ocean View Hill Drive, Treasure Beach

This is one of the most loved breakfast place, in Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth! Many tourists claim that ‘Dawn’s roasted coffee’ is to die for. The sumptuous food will not only have you coming back, but so will the experience, the atmosphere! The

Top 5 Places to Watch the Sunset in Negril

Thursday, June 21, 2018 5:00 PM by VisitJamaica

Set in the west end of Jamaica, Negril has made its name among locals and visitors that are blessed to encounter the location, for having the most stunning view of the sunset. Whether you’re in the mood for something low-key and secluded, or you want to enjoy it in a lively crowd with locals, family

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