It has been awhile since I felt this excited about something… anything! The thrill of gliding on the high seas on a power boat got my heart racing with excitement. All I could think about was being surrounded by the blue azure waters of Jamaica, the lush scenery that lines the shores and the boat taking me to a place of relaxation, away from the mundane.
As a lover of boats, I was not going to let this opportunity pass, of being among the first to experience the new Island Routes Powerboat Tours.
Jamaica is famous for being the birthplace of reggae and jerk, but there are so many more sides to the island.
The country is home to some of the best beaches in the Caribbean, has eye-widening natural sites including waterfalls and lagoons, and produces one of the rarest coffees in the world.
Welcome to the real Jamaica; to the S Hotel – Boutique All inclusive resort where your guest suite is an entrée into Jamaican lifestyle. In the center of the Hip Strip and overlooking Jamaica’s famed Doctor’s Cave beach, the stylish S Hotel is an All meals inclusive resort and the ultimate trendsetting hotspot positioned to put the resort city of Montego Bay back on the map among cultural connoisseurs
Ultimate oceanfront accommodations with junior to three-bedroom suites and stunning villas, most include designer kitchens and butler-service. Located minutes from Montego Bay’s airport the resort boasts seven superb dining options and optional in-suite private chef dining, complimentary resort-wide WiFi, two oceanfront pools, whirlpool, non-motorized watersports, world-class Italian-villa-inspired 30,000 square foot full-service spa, named Caribbean Journal’s Spa of the year 2017, 25,000 square feet of modern meeting and event facilities
Sophisticated and stylish, Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall is an indulgent escape for adults seeking refuge from the rigors of the outside world. Here, within the resort’s sprawling grounds, couples, friends and individuals are welcome to partake in whatever their hearts desire. Attentive service at every turn assures each guest of a harmonious, hassle-free vacation filled with gourmet cuisines, expertly poured cocktails and enough memories to last a lifetime.
Surrounded by uncompromising comfort and world-class luxuries, you may have trouble deciding what resembles paradise more, our indulging rooms and suites, or our pristine Caribbean beaches.
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Dipping your toes in the warm Caribbean Sea, chasing breathtaking waterfalls, and rocking to world-famous Reggae beats. These are all amazing experiences and yet, they just begin to scratch the surface of the best things to do in Jamaica.
Our tiny island is a mixed bag of white sand beaches, mountainous inner terrains, bustling city life, sleepy roadside towns boasting homegrown food, friendly people, and warm smiles.
Pull up a beach chair, sit in the hammock or take a swim in the beautiful Caribbean waters at Bamboo Beach Club. Its that relaxing oasis where you can kick your shoes off and just enjoy music, good vibes and great Jamaican food at the beach
Historic site offering tour of Jamaica’s first black millionaire’s mansion with courtyard shops. The island’s famous Devon House I-Scream is headquartered there, serving exotic flavours such as Devon Stout and Guava ice-cream with other traditional flavours
Food and Beverage DownTown, or F&B DownTown for short, is a unique concept, located at 107 Harbour Street in the heart of the DownTown Art District. F&B DownTown doesn’t just offer food. it also has world class jewelry and local gift items on display. There’s also a large bar with selected spirits, fine rums and classic wines from around the world.
Covering an area of 10,991 sq. km (4,244 sq mi), Jamaica is the 3rd largest island in the Caribbean, after Cuba and Hispaniola.
As observed on the physical map of Jaimaica, it is mostly mountainous, with a narrow, discontinuous coastal plain. The island is ringed by numerous bays, small cays and islands, and white-sand beaches stretch for miles in some areas.
Volcanic in origin, Jamaica can be divided into 3 landform regions: the eastern mountains, the central valleys and plateaus, and the coastal plains. The most elevated area is the Blue Mountains in eastern Jamaica. The highest point is Blue Mountain Peak at 7,402 ft (2,256m). It has been marked on the map by a yellow triangle. Other mountain ranges of note include the John Crow, Dry Harbour and the Southern Manchester Plateau. The limestone plateau covers two-thirds of Jamaica, and there are caves, caverns, sinkholes and valleys and scattered about in large numbers. To the west of the mountains is the rugged terrain of the Cockpit Country.