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Jamaica is the island of melodic days, upbeat nights, and unforgettable experiences. Jamaica can be whatever you want it to be—lose yourself in the rhythm of adventure and take it all in. Get back to nature in the magic of our whispering rainforests, which seem to be as alive as any of the tropical animals that live here. Take your loved ones to hike the gently rustling Blue Mountains and look at the world through new eyes. Meet our friendly people, try our food, and watch the sunset over the Caribbean Sea to the sound of irie reggae grooves and good times. Join us, in Jamaica.

 

Blue Hole is one of those breathtaking water attractions in Jamaica that’s a favorite for both locals and visitors to the island. It’s a crowd-pleaser that has not been privatized, meaning it’s free to access and you’ll only be paying for your guide which you will...
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Who’s up for a day of spelunking? Green Grotto Caves are so alluring in photos that I decided to brave the bats and the snakes and spend a bit of time exploring a slice of the mythical underground of Jamaica. I’ve been in a cave or two before, and there’s definitely an eerie...
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There’s a lot of mystery and fascination surrounding the sleepy fishing village of Port Royal. It’s a small town located at the very tip of Kingston, out in it’s own harbor, far away from the capital city’s flashing lights and busy thoroughfares. The charismatic town...
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Ahhh April. Spring is in the air, Easter holidays break up school and work schedules, and soca music blasts from every speaker ringing in the crescendo of the Jamaican carnival season. Jamaica isn’t a land of many seasons, but in April things start to get that much hotter and as temperatures...
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Traveling to Jamaica in March offers plenty of captivating events to attend. March is home to the spring break holidays, the hottest athletic events on the local school scene, a crescendo of Carnival parties that warm up the soca crowd for the big parade, and of course a food festival or two. If
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Whilst the world may be most familiar with Jamaica through a sun-drenched lens of lazy, beach days—the gentle wind rustling through the leaves of a coconut tree above you, and the sound of the waves lapping at your feet—in truth, Jamaica, is so much more. It is an island of contrast;...
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Jamaica. The name instantly evokes an image of pristine waters embraced by immaculate sandy shores, with a year-round welcoming sun and hospitable people. But there’s much more to this humble island of 2.8 million inhabitants. An innate creativity and abundance of natural resources allow for...
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