Posts tagged Travel Jamaica
12 Must Do Jamaican Bucket List Adventures

Although in Jamaica we experience year-round sunshine, the summer months of June- August are particularly thrilling and full of festivities. From clubbing and parties to day-trips and stay-cays; we are truly never out of things to do. But sometimes you can get stumped on where to go on your next big adventure

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Rick's Cafe, Negril, Jamaica

You might have heard of Rick’s Cafe. But, should you make the trip to this famous Caribbean bar?

The world renowned Rick’s Cafe is the adventurist’s greatest delight. Cliff diving, live entertainment, scrumptious food and drinks; and all topped off with a breath-taking view. This is exactly what you need to make the perfect recipe for a day out on the town.

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Green Grotto Caves, St. Ann

Settling somewhere between Discovery Bay and Runaway Bay; the Green Grotto Caves is a naturally occurring network of underground caving system located in Jamaica. The caves that are located on Jamaica’s north coast; is a predominantly unexplored system of underground caverns immersed within a surrounding of lush foliage.

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5 Reasons Why Jamaica is an Ecotourist's Dream Vacation

Ecotourism in Jamaica. Blessed with lush landscapes and an abundance of foliage, forests and flora; and encased by long stretches of finely milled white sand and world-class coral reefs; Jamaica is truly a destination of ecological and cultural diversity. There is no shortage of hidden gems to discover across the island. As a result, Jamaica has made an undeniable stamp as one of the world’s best ecotourism destinations.

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73 Vogue-inspired Questions Answered

A little while back I was tagged in this series by the lovely Kesi Gardner The 73 Questions Vogue series is a popular Youtube series by the Vogue team that interviews many of our favourite celebrities, models and influencers with 73 random questions that helps us to get to know a little bit more about them

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Fort Charles, Kingston, Jamaica

Once notoriously known as ‘the richest and wickedest city’ in the world; Port Royal, Jamaica is one of the last shreds of a pirate glory that overtook the seven seas in the 1600s. With Fort Charles being one of the last narrators still present telling epic tales of the pirate history that was once Jamaica’s most identifiable landmark.

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Strawberry Fields Together, St. Mary, Jamaica

Strawberry Fields Together is an 18 acre privately owned eco-resort pristinely preserved and located right here in St. Mary, Jamaica. Located just a little over an hour away from Kingston and tucked away in the cool rural parish of St. Mary lies this true hidden gem. Founded in the 1970’s, this nature sanctuary is a symbol of the sweet serene escape and the relaxed irie vibes that Jamaica is infamously known for.

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Trek through Mesmerizing Terrain with Wanderlust Trails Jamaica

Wanderlust Trails Jamaica is a local hiking tours and adventures company that is the brain child of hiking and wellness enthusiasts Shaun Davis, Ashtan Ferguson, Sheldon Harper and Ramon Powell.

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11 MUST DO BUCKET LIST ADVENTURES FOR A JAMAICAN SUMMER

Jamaica is a nation of rich culture, vibrant colours and a cool, relaxing atmosphere. It is a truly an experience. A place of adventure, wander, and boundless number of activities for every traveler and explorer. So what can you do during the summer in Jamaica?

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Breathtaking Escape to Boston Beach

Boston Beach is one of Jamaica’s best kept secrets. Portland is undoubtedly one of my absolute favourite parishes. It actually only comes second to Kingston, my home. Its unmarred setting is just the scenic view needed to refresh your mind, body and spirit. Located approximately 9 miles from the parish capital, Port Antonio, Boston beach is a coastal community on the northern part of Jamaica.

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A Daring Adventure at Dolphin Cove Ocho Rios

Dolphin Cove Ochoc Rios has been on my travel bucket list for a while now but I couldn’t find the time to go there. But now with this deal aligning with my desire, things were finally seeming rosy in my travel calendar. Depending on the route you take from Kingston the drive to Dolphin Cove is between 1-3 hours, with the fastest route being via the North-to-South Highway toll road.

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