Explore Jamaica, a magnificent land of sun sea and sand

 Explore Jamaica, a magnificent land of sun sea and sand

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Sun, Sea, Sand and the beat of reggae! Jamaica presents a magnificent palette of experiences, a kaleidoscope of colors and sounds that make this Caribbean Island a fascinating travel destination. Here are some the top things to do and see in Jamaica….

The most western point of Jamaica, is known as the capital of casual and is home to our famous stretch of powder-soft Seven Mile Beach. Take your shoes off and stroll the beach at sunset to catch the brilliantly red, pink, and orange hues streak across the sky. Charming guesthouses, villas, all-inclusive resorts, adults-only hotels, and interesting accommodations await you here. From the backpacker to the indulgent, there are accommodations to suit the needs of every type of traveler.
Explore the island on horseback, where you’ll see some of the most breath-taking scenery in the world. Then, get ready for fun-filled nights out on the island, fuelled by delicious food and our famous Red Stripe beer.

Spectacular scenery, and the wide array of wildlife, the Park comprises 100,000 acres of tropical montane rainforest, and is often referred to as “the lungs of eastern Jamaica. Since 2015 it has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Blue Mountains have been noted as prime locations from which to view much of the island’s flora and fauna, including the world-renowned Blue Mountain Coffee, which thrives in the cool, misty upper reaches of the mountains. This is arguably the most famous coffee origin in the world, it is prized, rare and much sought after by coffee aficionados. Blue Mountain Peak is the highest mountain in Jamaica. The 7,400-foot peak rises from the eastern end of Jamaica. The dense rainforest that clings to these steep slopes provides the perfect growing conditions for coffee.

Jamaica is home to several award-winning rums, perhaps most famous of them all is the Appleton Estate Rum. Be sure to tour the beautiful grounds where this rum is produced. You’ll learn its history and have the opportunity to sample the entire line.
Appleton Estate is the oldest rum distillery in continuous operation in Jamaica and has been perfecting this fine craft since 1749. A winner of prizes and awards since 1862, Appleton Estate Rum is one of the best rums in the world.
Joy Spence is the Master Blender at Appleton Estate. She is the first woman in the world to be awarded such a title and continues to lead Appleton Estate to win accolades around the world. The Appleton Estate offers a tour of their facility, the Joy Spence Appleton Estate Rum Experience, giving you the opportunity to see their process and taste their finely crafted line of rums. It’s a fun tour stop that mixes history, nature, and adventure in the cool hilly interior of the island. You’ll be given the chance to churn sugarcane and taste the rich molasses that produces the rum.

Kingston is the capital of the island of Jamaica, lying on its southeast coast. In the city center, the Bob Marley Museum is housed in the reggae singer’s former home. Monuments to all Jamaican heroes can be viewed in the National Heroes Park in the capital city Kingston where the Jamaica Defence Force performs an entertaining Changing of the Guards ceremony each day at noon. Kingston is a beautiful chaos waiting to be explored.
This is the cultural mecca with mesmerizing music and heady  nightlife as you vibrate to the beat of the drums. You’ll also find fine art galleries, epicurean dining, amazing views in the cool hills above the city, and incredible beaches.
Kingston is the place to sample every type of food Jamaica has to offer. You’ll love the array of swanky sports bars dishing up casual dining meals with a spicy Jamaican twist. The courtyard at Marketplace is one spot to treat yourself to a wide variety of Jamaica’s finest eats. Here, you’ll find Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records, the sprint icon’s first sports bar.


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