Travel By Lisa



Located about 90 miles South of Cuba, Jamaica is flourishing with jungles, mountains, beautiful reef-lines beaches, wildlife and a culture with a love of reggae music. The towns here are very well known for having an overall alive and paradise vibe to them, leaving you with an absolute sense of adventure. While here your experience is solely limited on your ambition, relax or explore the choice is yours. Whether you want to climb Jamaica's highest point at Blue Peak Mountain or go rafting down the Rio Grande. Jamaica has plenty for everyone making it a perfect place to check off of the bucket list!

         Jamaica is known for great beaches, laid back vibe, island cuisine (love that Jerk Chicken) and lush tropical landscape. Some of Jamaica’s top attractions are bobsledding, zip-lining, horseback riding, ATV and climbing Dunn;s River Falls (touristy but it is fun to do). Of course, you can’t forget that it is the birthplace of Reggae! -Lisa Burcher

Popular Jamaican Destinations

     Jamaica is home to some of the highest rated beaches in the world. Here you can find wildlife such as lizards roaming the sandy beaches or sea life. There are select beaches that offer snorkeling tours allowing you to see the beauty of these sea creatures up close. The most popular beaches on this island are Lime Cay, Hellshire, Winnifred, Montego Bay and Negril's Seven mile beach which is perfect for long walks in the sand. 

Jamaican Beaches

      Inside the Jamaican jungles lies waterfalls off the map of most tourists. Known by very few besides locals and guides. Here you can expect to see the true beauty of Jamaica. If you are adventurous enough you can climb your way to Mandingo Cave which is a once in a lifetime experience. 

Reach Falls

      Jamaica is the birthplace of Reggae music and can be heard playing all over the island. The Jamaican people are very prideful of their Reggae music. There is even a museum dedicated to the Reggae Singer Bob Marley located in Kingston. Two major Reggae events stand out among the rest, one is the Rebel Salute which is held every year in January in the Northern town of St. Ann. The Second is the Reggae Sumfest located on Montego Bay mid summer. 

Reggae Museums 

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