Taking your international trip local, giving you an authentic experience.
Take a bamboo raft around the Blue Lagoon, to Monkey Island and grab a cold drink on the beach after snorkeling in the cool fresh water lagoon.
Curry ackee and saltfish and fried dumpling to make your mouth water, or do you prefer savory steamed fish and vegetables? Either way, don't miss out on this treasure.
Eccentric paintings and handmade drift wood crafts made from local artisans within the community.
Snuggled in the village of Breastwork, Port Antonio, Jah T's is a must have. Serving late night authentic cuisine from his village shack, he's made his name known island wide.
Though the myth of the Folly Ruins is one of love and tragedy, the deteriorated castle is still a beauty to 'sea'. Built to be the home of a beautiful family, the mansion met its fate during its construction when builders used seawater instead of fresh water to construct the tower. Hence its reigning name, Folly.
Despite its name, this small section of the Rio Grande is one of a kind. Offering the calming sound of the rushing river with alluring rocky shores, Nasty Davis is truly off the beaten path.
Once a key provider in the lucrative banana industry, the center of vacation for locals and one of the major trade ports of the parish, Swift River took a turn for the worst in the early 1900's. The community endured back-to-disasters and flooding causing its major trade operations to cease. But one thing that still lives on is its namesake. It serves as a tranquil and quiet get-away to release all of ones worries. So by the river, sit on a rock, dip your toes in the water, and feel the calmness of your surroundings.
The 40 foot tall lighthouse was built in 1888 and still stands tall as a distinctive piece of Portland's history. Now modernized, the lighthouse is powered by solar panels, with a ray spanning about 13 miles into sea. Maintained by the Jamaica National Heritage Trust, the property surrounding the light house consists of a field and garden perfect for family outings.
Nanny and the Maroons were officially recognized as the first Jamaicans to gain independence from the British after a bloodshed standoff between the two opposing parties in 1739. Located in Moore Town, Portland Nanny Falls stands as a living reminder of a battle well fought. Thought to possess healing powers from cleansing the wounds of the warriors, the falls run deep, but its history runs even deeper.
Though the Blue Mountains are the longest mountains in Jamaica with world-wide recognition of their flavorful coffee, the Mountains hold a sweet treasure of their own. Holywell National Park is located in the tropical mist forests and houses lunch areas, a kids discovery zone, nature trails, cabins and guided tours. The perfect location for an adventurous outing.
Take a trip through this local valley. Offering berry picking along the roadside, welcoming smiles from neighboring communities, local beaches, rivers and Blue Mountain Coffee, the Buff Bay River Valley is a gem. Within the valley much of traditional Jamaica culture is kept, stemming from that off the Maroons.
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