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Negril Jamaica Famous 7 miles long white sand beach...
 Negril Jamaica Famous 7 miles long white sand beach...

  For years, Negril's beach has been rated as one of the top ten beaches in the world by many travel magazines. The north end of the beach is home to the large, all-inclusive resorts, and to the south are the smaller, family-run hotels.
This combination gives the Negril area a large variety of rooms, services and prices. South of downtown Negril is West End Road, known as the cliff area, which is lined with resorts that offer more privacy. These areas offer easy access to waters good for snorkeling and diving, with jumping points reaching more than 40 feet (12 m) high. Rick's Cafe is a place to watch the cliff jumpers, Rick's is considered one of the 1,000 places to go before you die. For Booking & Reservation form Click Here

Rick's Cafe:
Rick's Cafe: Negril

 Rick's Cafe was the first public bar and restaurant of its type on the West End Cliffs, offering an alternative to Negril's majestic seven mile beach. From the beginning, Rick's Cafe boasted an unrivaled view of the sunset from its naturally formed cliffs.

Over the years, visitors and locals alike have designated Rick's Cafe as Negril's premier gathering spot and our sunsets have become a Jamaican tradition.Rick's Cafe is fortunate to have one of the most incredible coves along the West End Cliffs. F These areas offer easy access to waters good for snorkeling and diving, with jumping points reaching more than 40 feet (12 m) high. Rick's Cafe is a place to watch the cliff jumpers, Rick's is considered one of the 1,000 places to go before you die. For Booking & Reservation form Click Here


Margaritaville: Negril

 Margaritaville Negril opened in December 1996 along Negril’s world famous 7-mile stretch of white sand beach. Encouraged by the runaway success of the Montego Bay restaurant they opened less than a year earlier, Brian and Ian opened the Negril branch of the beach bar and grill to the delight of tourists and locals alike.

Fun in the Sun Featuring giant TVs, private beachside Cabanas, a new sunset bar, swinging "sky chairs" and all day music, Margaritaville Negril is the perfect place to hang out and chill. Right on the sand beach, it's the spot to bounce about on our giant water trampoline, laze on the beach and at day's end, to enjoy a spectacular sunset.
A unique Negril attraction is Margaritaville’s giant water trampoline. Anchored in the water 10 yards from the shore, spanning 30 square feet, the trampoline has become a popular attraction with both adults and children. For Booking & Reservation form Click Here

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Rose Hall Great House
Rose Hall Great House

  The legendary Rose Hall is the most famous great house on Jamaica. The subject of at least a dozen Gothic novels, it was immortalized in the H. G. de Lisser book, White Witch of Rose Hall. The house was built from 1778 to 1790 by John Palmer, a wealthy British planter. At its peak, this was a 2,640-hectare (6,521-acre) plantation, with more than 2,000 slaves.

The Rose Hall Great House -- on Jamaica's north coast, about 20 minutes from Montego Bay-- is perhaps the finest example in Jamaica of a Great House from the colonial times. Several resorts, the White Witch Golf Course, and other development properties are centered around Rose Hall. (East of montego Bay) Once the home of Annie Palmer, the White Witch of Rose Hall. Tour this suposedly haunted Great House on a farmer sugar plantation (built in 1760) restore to its former magnificence with bar, snack and gift shop.
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2- Chukka Blue Adventure:

 On a Safari theme English Land Rover four wheel drive jeep, we head west from Montego Bay into the interior, going through the mountains on farm access roads to Mayfield Falls, where there is a series of natural pools and a waterfall for guests to enjoy. For Booking & Reservation form Click Here


Margaritaville Montego Bay
 Margaritaville Montego Bay

 Hailed as the place to party on Montego Bay’s “Hip Strip” Gloucester Avenue, Margaritaville is perfect for anyone looking for exciting entertainment, a lively, fun atmosphere, delicious food and concoctions.
Opened in January 1996 by Jamaican owners Brian Jardim and Ian Dear to appeal to both visitors and the demanding local clientele, Margaritaville has established itself as a ‘must see and do’ for all. For Booking & Reservation form Click Here

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World Famous Dunn's River Falls
World Famous Dunn's River Falls

  Dunn's River Falls is a famous waterfall near Ocho Rios, Jamaica and a major Caribbean tourist attraction that attracts thousands of visitors each year.[1][2].
About 900 feet high[3], the waterfalls are terraced like giant stair steps. Several small lagoons are interspersed among the vertical sections of the falls.

Climbing up the waterfalls is a popular tourist activity[4] and is often, but not exclusively, performed with the help of tour guides from the park. The falls are bordered by lush, green vegetation that shades the area from the sun. This helps keep the area cool as people try to climb the waterfall. The falls can be hiked with relative ease, often in a hand-holding human chain behind the guide.
The falls empty into the Caribbean Sea. It is one of the very few waterfalls in the world that actually fall directly into the sea. For Booking & Reservation form Click Here

Dolphin Cove
Dolphin Cove

  Swim with dolphins, swim with the sharks, interact with stingrays (barbs clipped).“You’re in the water for about 45 minutes, and during that time, you get to ride on the fins, pet them in the water and get pushed across (and right out of) the water.
I have to admit it was pretty incredible. Plus, they do a few tricks — the flips and stuff.” Captain your own mini-boat or go glass-bottom kayaking on the Caribbean Sea. Enjoy a splash in the turquoise waters or relax on the pearly white beach.
Imagine an idyllic tropical retreat, set against the backdrop of Jamaica’s picturesque North Coast, where the opportunity awaits for you to meet and swim with a family of bottlenose dolphins at their home in the Caribbean Sea at Dolphin Cove. For Booking & Reservation form Click Here


Mystic Mountain - Jamaica's Newest Tourist Attraction

 Jamaica’s newest tourist attraction, Mystic Mountain (Rain Forest Bobsled Jamaica at Mystic Mountain), Ocho Rios, Jamaica, was opened on Saturday July 19, 2008. This new attraction comes to Jamaica courtesy of Rain Forest Aerial Tram, a nature-loving company that already operates four similar outfits in Costa Rica, St. Lucia, and Dominica (two in Costa Rica and one each in St. Lucia and Dominica). So Jamaica now has the 5th such world-class operation in the world.

The park’s signature attraction, Rainforest Bobsled Jamaica, features a 1000m long gravity-drive through the rainforest on custom designed, high-tech sleds. Accessible via the Sky Lift Explorer, the Bobsled is a thrilling ride through dense tropical landscapes and coastal features on sleds that evoke Jamaica’s Olympic team. For Booking & Reservation form Click Here

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  Portland, with its capital town Port Antonio, is a parish located on Jamaica's northeast coast.
The very famous Blue Mountains are also located in Portland as is the world famous Blue Lagoon, which is believed to be the crater of an extinct volcano. The lagoon is an almost landlocked cove with approximately 55m (180 ft) of water. Rafting on the Rio Grande River is also a tourist attraction.
The parish has a variety of complex landforms; the entire coastline is dotted with caves, bays, rivers, waterfalls and hills. There are fourteen caves, which include those at Buff Bay, Orange Bay, Hope Bay, Port Antonio, Boston Bay, Long Bay, Innis Bay and Nonsuch. There are also 17 rivers which form a network throughout the parish. The largest are the Rio Grande, Buff Bay and Hectors Rivers. For Booking & Reservation form Click Here

Blue Mountain

 The Blue Mountains form the longest mountain range in Jamaica. They include the island's highest point, Blue Mountain Peak, at 2256 m (7402 ft). From the summit, accessible via a walking track, both the North and South coasts of the island can be seen. On a clear day, the outline of the island Cuba, 210 km (130 mi) away, can be seen.
As one of the longest continuous mountain ranges in the Caribbean, the Blue Mountains dominate the eastern third of Jamaica, while bordering the eastern parishes of Portland and St. Thomas and St. Andrew to the south. For Booking & Reservation form Click Here


Portland's Famous Boston Jerk

 The Parish of Portland it famous for there Boston Jerk Chicken,fish, pork, lobster, goat, conch, shrimp, bussu and vegetables - for those who have made that lifestyle choice.
And all are skilfully prepared with a seasoning mixed heavy in peppers, pimento and other spices, which is allowed to cook in its own juice over a lazy fire. And roasted breadfruit, yam, in addition to rice and peas and festival, is also readly available, adding to the tasty meal.
Island visitors also can take the opportunity to explore the rest of the island's new culinary Jerk Trail. For Booking & Reservation form Click Here

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Places To Be & Things To See In Jamaica