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 ]

Top 5 attractions in Lucea and around

Top 5 attractions in Lucea and around

You are welcome in Lucea. Lucea is a nice coastal town in Jamaica and capital of Hanover. Lucea takes pride in great parks, different clubs, historical sight and museum. The designation gives Lucea some privileges and let us to look at the pleasure resort's planning innovate, that other towns are receiving and so Lucea can join Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, Negril,  as profoundly planned pleasure resort centers. In Lucea easy to find buses, minibuses and taxis, which arrive and depart from the ope... [ read more ]

The best eats in Kingston

The best eats in Kingston

For a relatively small island like Jamaica, Kingston is a pretty big city, with lots of things to do. As the cultural and commercial capital of the country, there are plenty of reasons why you should visit it, from museums and monuments to nightlife. And while you are sightseeing in Kingston, one thing that you can be sure about is that you'll get hungry. Like all big cities, Kingston has a huge selection of eateries of every imaginable king, but then again, like in all big cities in the wor... [ read more ]

The best nightclubs in Kingston

The best nightclubs in Kingston

There's no question that the Caribbean is a hugely popular tourist destination, and even among all those luscious Caribbean islands Jamaica manages to be in the top. But as popular as Jamaica is, Kingston, the capital, is not the kind of place people flock to. Quiet travelers who are not up for any adventures avoid Kingston because of its infamous crowds, slums, crime rate and traffic - thus maintaining the image that Jamaica's largest city is best avoided. But if you like a challenge and are ea... [ read more ]

Ecoturism: Holywell Park

Ecoturism: Holywell Park

In the recent years, more and more tourists are eager to discover the most precious and true values of one’s country: it’s surrounding, it’s natural and wild lanscape untouched by man. Unfortunately there aren’t that many places in the world where one can still practice ecotourism. Thus, Ecoturism: Holywell Park will try to bring forward a unique place in the heart of Jamaica, one exclusively designed for tourists that come with an opened heart, willing to expect the unexpected and learn... [ read more ]

Shopping in Kingston

Shopping in Kingston

Kingston, the famous city from UB40 song, the Jamaica’s capital, and a multinational city is not only about tourists, beaches, or beautiful places. Here you can find so many gorgeous things to take home with you. Shopping in Kingston can be an amazing experience and a cultural one in the same time. From local producers you can find out about their job, their traditions, their life, Jamaican history and many other lovely stuffs. Kingston has a very nice commercial area with shops for each pock... [ read more ]

Festivals and Events in Kingston

Festivals and Events in Kingston

As Jamaicans love to dance and listen to good music or attend parties most of their time, you will have plenty of Festivals and Events in Kingston to choose from. No matter if you are a reggae fan or you like more the cultural celebrations Kingston will offer you whatever you are looking for. Before booking your flight, you may want to check the events taking place during you stay so as to plan your vacation around those festivals.   International Reggae Day The most wanted and ... [ read more ]

Kingston Beaches

Kingston Beaches

You are planning a nice, relaxing and at the same time exploratory and adventurous vacation on this amazing country called Jamaica, then Kingston Beaches are waiting for you. Kingston city is a must on your bucket list, but for sure you are not coming to Kingston only for swimming and tanning. Still, you can spend two, three days on the beach for relaxation after a night out on the most wanted Jamaican clubs. Kingston Beaches has on the South-West part white-black sanded beaches: Hellshire Beac... [ read more ]

Going out in Kingston

Going out in Kingston

  Here you are in Kingston and you do not waste any time. If you are wondering where you can spend the nights and what can Kingston town offer you, then Going out in Kingston will give you a brief idea about where to eat, drink, dance, and have the fun of your life.   Dinning Out The Jamaican capital offers you have plenty of choices where you can enjoy some delicious dishes, either at luxurious restaurants or at cheap small family business bistros, with a wide variety from Asian cuisine... [ read more ]

Kingston, Reggae's Capital – part II

Kingston, Reggae’s Capital – part II

This post will continue reveal you the beauties of Kingston, Reggae’s Capital. We still have to discover some interesting places, but also to find out what Kingston’s night life means. University of the West IndiesThe University Of The West Indies is a historical building built in 1948 on the Mona Sugar Estate. It is well known as being one of the most beautiful situated campuses in the world, on a street that combines modern buildings with ruins of old mills, aqueducts, and storehouses. ... [ read more ]