VIDEO: Jamaican Travel Guide (Full Documentary)

One of the world’s last paradises, with forests, mountains, exotic plants, white sandy beaches a beaming sun and scorching music! Watch this documentary to get an idea of the astonishing beauty Jamaica has to offer to you: Beaches, City’s, History, Food, Reggae Music and much more, this is a must watch video about our beautiful […]
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5 Sandals Resorts among 10 best hotels in Jamaica, Bahamas + Full list

Five Sandals Resorts were named among the 10 best hotels in Jamaica and the Bahamas in the 2014 edition of the US News & World Report’s Best Hotels ranking.  Sandals Negril Beach Resort & Spa, Sandals Royal Plantation, Sandals Whitehouse European Village & Spa, and Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort & Private Island were recognised among […]
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Scuba Diving in Jamaica: Montego Bay & Ocho Rios Hotspots

Scuba diving is not one of Jamaica’s top travellers attractions. Nonetheless the beautiful island of Jamaica has got some great scuba diving spots along the north coast. Montego Bay and Ocho Rios offer various diving sites including ship and plane wrecks and beautiful natural coral reefs. On the south coast various breathtaking finds are yet […]
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The Croydon Plantation: A man-made piece of tropical heaven

The stunning island of Jamaica is famous for its gigantic plantations, which are a part of the country’s rich history. Seize the soul of Jamaica by visiting the interior of the island for a breathtaking experience as you travel into the impressive mountainous country where dense flora, wild flowers and flowing waterfalls await you.
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Negril: Excursions, Cool and Fun Activities Plus 7 Miles Of Beach

Negril is a seaside resort on the Western edge of Jamaica. It is probably most well-known for its Seven Mile (11 km) Beach. Negril’s village center and the Southern part of the Seven Mile Beach are in the Westmoreland parish while the most Northern part lies in the Hanover parish.
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Jamaican Rum History: The Appleton Estate

Situated in the fruitful Nassau Valley on both sides of the Black River in the South-West of Jamaica, Appleton Estate is the oldest and most well-known sugar estate in Jamaica. Its roots date back to 1655 when the English seized Jamaica from the Spaniards. By 1749 Appleton Estate was an settled rum-distilling sugar plantation. It […]
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Kill-Devil drink: Jamaican Rum history

The production of alcoholic drinks from corn, rice, sugar cane, barley and other natural resources is age-old. The English were the pioneers that started to make rum from fermented sugar cane. It is believed the word rum was first used in Barbados in 1620s describing a stimulating, rugged, unpleasant and heavy beverage made from sugar […]
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