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Camping in the Blue Mountains: A UNESCO World Heritage Site

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…

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Where to Eat in Port Antonio

(Via) Port Antonio is synonymous with serenity, sweeping vistas, and scrumptious cuisine! After you’ve spent an exciting day trekking through the rain forests or dipped into the Blue Lagoon for a quick swim, or explored Monkey or Navy Islands; this virtually untouched paradise has even more secrets…

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Adventures at Blue Hole in Ochos Rios, Jamaica

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, undeveloped…

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Experience Jamaica Beyond the All-inclusives

(via The Planet D) 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…

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Fitcation in Jamaica: Actively Exploring the Island

You’ve spent weeks planning your long-awaited vacation. You’ve prepared an itinerary jam-packed with hours of sunbathing, relaxing spa visits and adventurous tours. No doubt exploring the local culture and food will be high on the priority list. Yet you fear the post-holiday bulge as you return to…

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