Posts tagged What to do in Jamaica
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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Breadnut Valley Falls, Jamaica

Breadnut Valley Falls is one of the best kept local travel secrets in Jamaica. Rooted in Maggoty, St. Elizabeth; the beautiful Breadnut Valley Falls (often known to locals as Maggoty Falls) is an off the beaten path series of majestic cascade waterfalls and mesmerizing turquoise pools that emerge into a cool and refreshing river.

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Go Natural Jamaica: A Yoga Retreat in Long Bay, Portland

Go Natural Jamaica is one of Jamaica’s premier yoga retreat centers. Offering a unique way to not only refresh your mind and rejuvenate your body, but also allowing you to connect with nature. A perfect way to de-stress, replenish and reconnect with yourself.

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Moda Market: A Kaleidoscope of Food, Art, Talent and Culture

A few weekends ago I ventured out to the annually held Moda Market for what promised to be a fashionable display of some of the best products the Caribbean has to offer. Held at the Spanish Court Hotel’s Conference Centre from Saturday November 11, 2017 to Sunday November 12, 2017, Moda Market promised to be a place where Caribbean entrepreneurs could showcase an array of goods and services in hopes of attracting a new group of loyal customers.

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