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Panorama Jamaica is one of the most popular and favorite destinations for many tourists. It is easy to understand them – the island has its unique atmosphere and cultural heritage that conquers hearts as soon as you leave the airport. When the vacation is over, tourists cherish their memories about this colorful island. Even though Jamaica is located in the central part of the Caribbean Sea, it is impossible to mistake it for another island because of the striking cultural heritage of this place. Incredible white beaches, high mountains, clean air, unusual exotic cuisine, and pristine nature make Jamaica an absolutely magical place that is reminiscent of a fairytale world.
From sunrise and until sunset, Jamaica is a fantastic kaleidoscope of colors and beauty that make the island a true treasure of the Caribbean. No …
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When visiting Jamaica for the first time, many tourists mention unbelievable friendliness and cheerfulness of local people who are kind to all guests. Besides that, the resort area can offer many entertainments that simply cannot leave vacationers of all ages indifferent. Life never stops in Jamaica, and it is very easy to join this energetic lifestyle and enjoy the atmosphere of a never-ending holiday. Tourists interested in relaxation and serenity will easily find a suitable place to enjoy.
Every fan of diving knows that Jamaica is a perfect destination for this activity. During scuba diving in local coastal waters, vacationers can get acquainted with the exotic underwater world of the region, as well as various creatures of the deep sea. If surfing sea waves is the sport that you like, you will not be disappointed either. Vacationers seeking tranquility will not feel deprived because numerous ecological parks famous for fishing, recreation areas, and, of course, wonderful zoos are always ready to greet new guests. Golf is also very popular in Jamaica thanks to numerous high-quality golf courses, many of which are located in Montego Bay. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
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If you want not only to relax but also to learn something new, consider visiting old quarters that previously belonged to the Spanish and British. Here, vacationers can explore such landmarks as the Royal Palace and St James Cathedral. Moreover, do not forget about Rose Hall and Port Royal that have become famous because of their location and historic value. Pristine nature is always the biggest treasure for tourists, and it is hard to find a place less spoiled than the Blue Mountains. In this region, vacationers can see coffee plantations and a grandiose waterfall cascade that consists of 22 falls. Active recreation fans will easily find exciting entertainments to fit their taste.
The destinations mentioned above are not the only places that are worth visiting in Jamaica. It is hard to see everything during one vacation, and so many tourists prefer to visit this hospitable island once more. The period from October to April is the best time to visit Jamaica because the weather is always the most pleasant and suitable for outdoor activities during these months. The island is famous for its tropical climate that feels comfortable for tourists.
This famous resort has always attracted fans of unhurried beach rest and walks in magnificent surrounding. Bob Marley, the king of reggae music, is …
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Despite independence, Jamaica is a part of the British Commonwealth of Nations. The territory of the country is divided into three counties, but locals are the only ones who use this division. Tourists usually know north-eastern and south-western coasts of Jamaica, the Blue Mountains, and the city of Kingston that is also the capital of this gorgeous island. Kingston is a lively and vibrant place that is definitely worth visiting. Here, vacationers can visit historic landmarks, enjoy the architectural beauty of this place, and, of course, learn a lot of new information.
Do not forget about slums that are also quite widespread in the country. At a glance, they may look unattractive and even scary to unprepared tourists, but they do not make Jamaica less enjoyable. The central part of Kingston is a modern and vibrant area with traditional architecture and beautiful fauna.
The national cuisine of Jamaica is a unique combination of culinary traditions of such countries as Spain, the United Kingdom and several Asian …
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When you decide to visit Jamaica, first of all, keep in mind that this is a music island with its unique reggae vibes. Reggae music plays everywhere, from taxis to entertainment venues. Besides that, the island offers a rich cultural life with numerous carnivals, festivals, and other events.
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Cultural sights in regions of Jamaica

Montego Bay
Not far from it, there is the Greenwood. This mansion belonged to one of the richest planters on the island too. The building has been converted into a museum. It houses the collection of Chinese porcelain, old books, musical instruments, and antique pieces of furniture. There are a lot of interesting landmarks in the surroundings of the resort. You can visit the Montego Fort. It is a magnificent fortification that has been perfectly preserved despite its age. One of the interesting … Read more
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No less interesting is the Geology Museum whose mineral collection is considered one of the most extensive and unique in the world. A large part of the minerals and other geological specimens collected at the museum were found directly on the territory of Jamaica. Here one can also find very rare exhibits brought from other countries of the world. In total, the museum presents more than 15,000 specimens of rocks, fossils, and minerals, most of which were collected in the Caribbean. … Read more

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