This was my TRIP to Irie Jamaica [Video]

Watch this video as Kaygee tells us about his adventurous trip to Jamaica, Trip with my childhood friend and his family to Jamaica. We lived local style, no resort! Check out our fun adventure! “i really had a good time in Jamaica”
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Jamaica Top 10 Must-Do List

We could have easily done a Top 100 list for Jamaica of the must-see and must-do activities, resorts, beaches, food and so much more. So consider this list a sampler. 1. Rick’s Cafe Voted as the Best Happy Hour by Caribbean Travel + Life readers, Rick’s Cafe is a Negril cliffside classic for two reasons:
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VIDEO: 3RUN vs Yohan Blake (race across Jamaica) #TravelJamaica

watch as 3RUN set off to film one of their most epic productions to date with this latest short film for Thomson Cruises “Dream Runners” Featuring the worlds second fasted man Yohan blake Produced by 3RUN Media ltd for Thomson Cruises
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VIDEO: Lazy river rafting in #Jamaica

Watch as some tourists enjoy a bit of White River tubing Martha BRAE rafting. Best resorts, attractions and lush green mountains with rivers of unbelievable blue colored water where rafting on a tube or bamboo raft seems to make time stand still.We have the Best Job in the World, we use the best equipment exclusively […]
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VIDEO: World Class Luxury Travel in #Jamaica

watch this video of Jamaica Luxury the home of reggae and rum. Can you do ‘World Class’ here? Well we think so! The island is 145 miles long and 50 miles wide and so offers plenty to see and do, in this programme we cover the YS Falls in St Elizabeth, a trip to a […]
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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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Culinary Landmark: Jerk treats at Faiths Pen, St Ann

Jamaica’s number one travel food stop is marked by a strip of merchants along the road that runs down Mount Diablo and into St Ann. Faiths Pen seems to be where the climb up “the devil’s mountain” settles and points out the beginning of the descent to the north coast. It lies abouth 15 km […]
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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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Pum Pum Rock, Bog Walk Gorge, St Catherine

Bog Walk has a strong and long history which helped to form the Jamaican landscape. It has one of the oldest roads in Jamaica which was built in 1770. The Spanish named this place “Boca de Aqua” which means “Mouth of the Water”. However the name was degenerated to Bog Walk by the incomprehension of […]
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Historic Landmarks: Bog Walk Flat Bridge, St. Catherine

The Flat Bridge is a beam bridge over the Rio Cobre on the A1 road joining the Jamaican capital Kingston, with the north coast tourist areas of Dunn’s River, Ocho Rios and even Montego Bay. When traveling to Kingston from most parts of the island you will have to cross this historic bridge. It is […]
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