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Jamaica’s Rare and Endemic Species—and Where You Can Find Them

Image by: Joshua Cogan Did you know that Jamaica Ranks 5 th among the world islands in terms of endemic life? There are 28 species of birds, 830 flowering plants, 82 ferns, 27 reptiles, 21 amphibians, and 500 land snails that are only found in Jamaica. There are also a few species of bats and…

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Five Great Nature Hikes with Community Guides

Image by: Joshua Cogan Are you seeking an excursion through the rainforest of Jamaica with a knowledgeable guide? Consider taking a guided hike at Holywell Recreation area for an authentic and memorable experience. The Holywell Recreation area, located in the Blue and John Crow Mountains, offers…

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Three Exciting Caving Adventures in Jamaica

Image by: Joshua Cogan Looking for more than just sea, sun and sand on your next vacation? If so, consider diving deep into Jamaica, literally, by exploring its wealth of pristine underground caves. Don’t worry you don’t have to be a pro or have any previous “spelunking” experience to take a caving…

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Family Friendly Adventures At Holywell

Image by: Joshua Cogan Less than an hour drive from Kingston, Holywell offers lots of activities for a weekend getaway. Holywell Recreation Area is located in the Blue and John Crow Mountains, in Jamaica’s only National Park. From up here, you can catch a cool breeze and take in breathtaking views…

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Thrill Seeking Adventures: Blue Hole- Ocho Rios

(via) To the south of Ocho Rios, hidden in the looming mountains, lie pools of crystalline turquoise waters, which beckon to you to take a leap and immerse yourself in promises of a cool and refreshing swim. Blue hole, often called Irie Blue Hole, this attraction is arguably the most visited…

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What to Do in Montego Bay: Spelunking

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…

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