Top Attractions and Activities in Jamaica

Top Attractions and Activities in Jamaica

Travelers visiting Jamaica cannot say at all they spent their holiday bored in a hotel room. This place is full of life and lot of activities you can enjoy while staying in this beautiful country. It doesn’t matter what kind of activities you like or what gender you are you will definitely find your favourite one. Jamaican travelers have plenty of options for active (and not so active) adventures. Whether you're interested in a leisurely day on a chartered yacht or roughing it for an aftern... [ read more ]

Top Accommodations in Jamaica

Top Accommodations in Jamaica

Like any major tourist destination, Jamaica's accommodations run the gamut from pricey, high-class resorts to bare-bones guest houses and hotels. However, Jamaica sets itself apart by being known for having the most hotel options in the Caribbean, so you can make your accommodation choice based on a large number of factors including price, location and amenities. There are many ways to narrow down a hotel search. For some vacationers, learning about the different types of accommodations avail... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Kingston

Tourist guide to Kingston

In the next few sections we will provide you a short guide to Kingston, the capital of Jamaica. Being the largest city of Jamaica, Kingston is located on the southern coast of the island. The city was established in 1692 ad it faces a natural harbour protected by the Palisadoes. Palisadoes is a long sand spit which  connects the town of Port Royal and the Norman Manley International Airport to the rest of the island. Kingston is the largest predominantly English-speaking city south of the U... [ read more ]

Best things to know about shopping in Discovery Bay area

Best things to know about shopping in Discovery Bay area

Discovery Bay is a town in Saint Ann Parish on the northern coast of Jamaica.  There is a dispute as to whether Christopher Columbus first landed in Discovery Bay in 1494 though others say it was at Rio Bueno. The town itself  8 km west of Runaway Bay and 8 km east of Rio Bueno has only marginal appeal. Discovery Bay’s economy is dependent upon tourism and bauxite mining, dominating by the Kaiser Bauxite Company’s Port Rhoades bauxite-loading facilities. Large freighters are fed ... [ read more ]