Until just a few years ago, only a small number of tourists made it to Falmouth, a historic town located between Montego Bay and Ocho Rios. Most passed through on their way to Glistening Waters for a night cruise along Jamaica’s bioluminescent lagoon. In 2011, a $220-million cruise port opened and put the historic, northern […]
Negril, Jamaica has some of the world’s most spectacular coastline. From the rocky cliffs of West End Road to the golden sands at Seven Mile Beach, Negril offers plenty of snorkeling, diving, and general beach going for the passing traveler, but where the cliffs meet the sea, the romantic will always look for the setting sun. So where, you ask, in this beautiful land can one find the best sunset?
If you’ve ever watched the Disney hit “Cool Runnings” you know that Jamaica has a proud bobsledding tradition. It might seem crazy, since snow never falls on the island, but where there’s a will, there’s a way, and the Jamiacan’s are some of the world’s most willful people.
Eating out in a foreign country is often a bit like rolling the dice; sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, but there’s always an element of uncertainty. What can you say – it’s part of the game, and though eating out is often a joy, spending good money on bad food is never enjoyable. Luckily, with a little research you can enjoy the best of restaurant eating in Negril without worrying about a thing.
One of the premier yet often overlooked attractions in Jamaica, Cave Valley should be on your radar for fun “like the locals do.” Set at the banks of the Cave River, Cave Valley is a village located afoot of a large system of interconnecting limestone caves that stretch throughout the north and west of the country and a source of much exploration and mystery for those who decide to visit it.