Jamaica Vacations

A thousand-sided island. Miles of unspoiled coastline, beautiful waterfalls and natural mineral water baths make Jamaica the magical place it is. Jamaica is an island of hills and mountains, running downhill in many places. In places, the luxuriance reaches peaks, in a dreamy debauchery of palm trees, coconut palms, sugar cane, banana plantations and other breadfruit trees. The coast does not miss beautiful pages and luxury hotels. Visit the Bob Marley Museum Jamaica is inextricably linked to Bob Marley, a local star. Travelers reggae fans will resurrect the legend during a visit to what was the home of the star, now a museum to his glory. The artist lived there and also installed a recording studio. Hiking in the Blue Mountains After a good sunbath on a Jamaican beach, now is the time to explore the majestic Blue Mountains. Walk in the lush and beautiful nature to join coffee plantations, admire the breathtaking view on the way and, of course, enjoy the world famous coffee for its unique flavor, Blue Mountain coffee. Stop by on the way to savor authentic Jamaican cuisine! Negril, stroll along an idyllic and calm beach of 10 km. The beaches of Ocho Rios are well developed and appeal to the most athletic. The southwest coast of Jamaica is still underdeveloped, which makes it charming. The Blue Mountains of Jamaica attract hikers and coffee lovers alike. The landscapes are breathtaking! Port Antonio, below, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful ports in the world. A hike in the Cockpit Country A paradise for hikers! Jamaica is not only an idyllic destination for lovers of sublime beaches. Inland, to the west, an area of ??about 1300 km2 is home to an exceptional flora and fauna, only stubborn sportsmen will discover if they do not shun their efforts, accompanied by a guide. The region is difficult to access, and some tourists are happy to pay for a helicopter tour. Golf and diving in Montego Bay The schedule is charged for the sportsmen. In Montego Bay, in the north-west, the region will prevail on the route as it is famous for the beauty of its beaches. And on this occasion, travelers will enjoy the pleasure of golf as the site offers some of the best greens in the Caribbean. On the sea side, divers will meet the marine fauna in Montego Bay also where they will swim with the dolphins on the side of Ochos Rios. For rafting, head for the Rio Grande. On a trip to Montego Bay we hear alternately reggae, dancehall and waves. The luminescent lagoon of the city is worth seeing. For shopping, try local craft markets or upscale duty free shops. For their part, golf enthusiasts love the 18-hole course located on the historic Rose Hall Plantation Estate. Montego Bay has many lively bars and restaurants. During your trip, go to Ocho Rios, which buzzes with tourist activities. A savory blend of seasonings and spices, such as allspice and nutmeg, makes Jamaican cuisine unique. The gastronomy is as eclectic as the inhabitants of the island. Montego Bay and Ocho Rios offer a rather impressive variety of restaurants, but during your trip, do not forget to try the jerk, the typical dish! Long Bay, the trendy corner of Jamaica To the south, Long Bay is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Jamaica. If Montego Bay, then Negril, were favorite spots for lovers of beautiful seascape, Long Bay would be the new "stronghold" not to be missed. And those who hate playing towel against towel on the sand will be reassured to know that Long Bay offers a dozen kilometers of beach. Experience "solitude" guaranteed. Head west. In this very tourist resort, where the water is the clearest in Jamaica, travelers take the path to meet the people and enjoy a relaxed atmosphere. It will not be offended against the proposal of products of all kinds to sell ... Kingston's Handicraft Market Return to the Jamaican capital to fill the suitcases of memories. A market is held under a steel structure dating from 1872. Merchants come to sell a typical bric-a-brac, from wooden statuettes to tortoiseshell jewelry, to the statues of Bob Marley.