Category - Feel The Vibe

With summer quickly coming to a close, dreams of breezy days and steamy nights turn to melancholy as the reality of the return of mundane routines set in. Alas, a weekend escape to Jamaica is the perfect pick-me-up to get through the fall season. The destination's year-round temperate climate and

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

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

Jamaica's Fun Facts

Friday, September 1, 2017 12:00 PM by Candy Moo

Photo courtesy of IMDB

The Telegraph has collected a few pieces of Jamaica’s history in honor of the island’s 55th Independence.

  1. Did you know that in the 1962 Bond film, Dr. No, Sean Connery and Ursula Andress took a dip in none other than the famous Dunn’s River Falls?

But! Did you also know that

Reggae Has Reached International Heights

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 12:00 PM by Candy Moo

Howard “Flagga” Duperly, Miami radio host of Reggae Ride, sits down with Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson to discuss new music that’s hitting the reggae scene. Many reggae artists cover famous top charters while putting their own unique spin on the track. Duperly shares covers of “Rush” by Karen Smith and

Photo courtesy of @ChristinaKnight01

Vogue can’t get enough of Saint Models. In an exposé, these young women and men, discovered all around the island from St. Elizabeth to Kingston, explain their gratitude to Deiwght Peters, the founder of Saint.

Most of them come from humble backgrounds, never

Photo courtesy of @DamianMarley.

In an interview with Andres Tardio, Damian Marley explains that his main goal for his music is to inspire others to be the best version of themselves. He encourages his brethren to stay motivated and use the hunger as a drive. Even though he grew up in Stony Hill, a

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