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Where to Stay for Reggae Marathon 2018

Reggae Marathon 2018 will be held on December 2 nd starting at 5:15am at the Long Bay Beach Park in Negril. This fixture on Jamaica’s event calendar attracts over 2,300 runners visiting from more than 38 countries. This is complemented by Jamaicans who come together from all across the island to…

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Romantic Memories Await Cruise Passengers In Jamaica

According to Tripsavvy, “the Caribbean is a popular luxury honeymoon destination,” and Jamaica’s landscape provides an ideal backdrop for couples and newlyweds looking to create romantic memories. With its jagged coastline of thick foliage that opens to breathtaking waterfalls and idyllic secluded…

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Memorable Moments Await Cruisegoers Visiting Jamaica

The sun-drenched, picturesque shores of Jamaica offer cruise passengers a welcome escape after their time on the high seas. Once on island, they can find a variety of activities suitable for families wishing to spend quality time together, couples looking for romance and individuals seeking an…

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Top 5 Heritage Sites in Kingston

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…

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Where to Eat on Jamaica's South Coast

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…

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