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Tag - Active and Relaxing

A Unesco World Heritage Site

The Blue and John Crow Mountains were declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2015 on the basis of its distinct cultural heritage found in the retained secret trails being materialised in the Nanny Town Heritage Route and the associated region. Another criterion was its

Something For Everyone Awaits in The Home of All Right

According to findings from the American Academy of Pediatrics, American children spend an average of seven hours a day on entertainment media, including phones, computers, and televisions. Parents are therefore opting for meaningful outdoor

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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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The Jamaican vacation you know is the one with the four S’s. You know… sun, sand, sea and swanky all-inclusive resorts. Which is well and good for the first time visitors to the island, this is an excellent introduction to the Jamaican culture, people and food in fine style no

River Rafting on the Rio Grande

Thursday, June 21, 2018 4:00 PM by VisitJamaica

In the beautiful parish of Portland, meanders the vast, choppy waters of the Rio Grande. The River got its name when the Spanish occupied Jamaica in the 15th and 16th centuries. It is one of the largest rivers in Jamaica at 3,034 km, and was named "Big River" (Rio Grande) by the Spanish. Today, it

Hiking the Blue Mountain Peak

Monday, June 11, 2018 11:00 AM by Charissa Allwood

It's about 2:00am and pitch black. A crisp breeze blows the sleep out of your eyes, and you flick on your flashlight. It shines with a dull orange glow, illuminating a fraction of a rugged path. Muscles tight, and bones creaking in the cold, you begin your hike - a seven-mile trek up to the Blue

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