Jamaica Tourism – natural beauty and intoxicating culture

Another CARICOM member – featured by Guyanese Online

Jamaica – Once You Go, You Know

Nestled in the warmth of the Caribbean Sea, Jamaica is an unrivalled tropical destination whose intoxicating culture and remarkable beauty makes for a unique island escape. With a moderate climate and a landscape that ranges from tropical rainforest and soaring mountains to rolling meadowland and dramatic coastlines, Jamaica is a land of adventure, sophistication and elegance. From adventurous palates to adrenaline junkies, newly weds to nature lovers, caters to everyone, and guarantees an unforgettable experience.

Peter Greenberg’s Hidden Gems: Jamaica 

What comes to mind when someone says “Jamaica?” Is it the white-sand beaches and crystalline waters? If so, you’re not alone. The sun, sand and surf are what makes Jamaica one of the top 10 destinations for Americans, with nearly 70 percent of all visitors to the island nation coming from the U.S. But while most tourists don’t even bother to venture outside the resorts, savvy travelers know that Jamaica has a lot more to offer beyond the picture-perfect postcard views.

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  • Joy Laesch  On 04/17/2012 at 8:30 pm

    I do agree Jamaica is filled with natural beauty, culture,history spirituality and also one of the most beautiful country on planet earth. It’s just breathtaking and fresh; and don’t think I’m been biased because its my country. I’m blessed to be living in this paradise with its beautiful, hard working and God-fearing people.
    Like anywhere else in the world, we have our problems too, but we are positive in our belief and as Bob Marley sings “Don’t worry about a ting, ’cause every likkle ting is gonna be awright” and we say “Jamaica, no problem man”.

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