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Negril, Jamaica
The pool at Rockhouse Hotel in Negril is just one of the many great things about this boutique venue. Other perks include great food, gorgeous sunset views, snorkeling, early morning yoga and much-needed tranquility. http://www.theglobegetter.com
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Rio Grande, Jamaica
River rafting down the Rio Grande is a great way to chill out and enjoy the nature of Port Antonio. The Rio Grande River is one of Jamaica’s largest rivers and is the birthplace of river rafting. Bamboo rafts were originally used to transport...
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Calabash Bay P A, Treasure Beach, St Elizabeth 00000, Jamaica
Green might be a buzzword for some, but it’s the rootstock of Jake’s, the 49-room Bohemian hideaway on Jamaica’s Treasure Beach. Sprung from the fertile imagination of owner-artist Sally Henzell and established as a restaurant in 1991, Jake’s has...
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Fairy Hill, Jamaica
Having grown up in New York City, I'm no stranger to Jerk chicken, but what I ate in Boston Bay, Jamaica, the birth place of Jerk, redefined the cuisine for me. We were staying at Mikuzi Guesthouse, just 3km west of Boston Bay. The owner offered...
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6, 56 Hope Rd, Kingston, Jamaica
During an afternoon driving around the hills of Jamaica, we stopped for lunch and ended up walking on sharp rocks to what is purportedly the shell of Bob Marley's beachside getaway. It had seen better days, but the view of the ocean (facing the...
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Williams Field, Jamaica
By choosing to use luggage space for donated school supplies, we took advantage of the "free checked bag" policy in US-to-Caribbean travel when we visited beautiful Portland Parish, Jamaica in March of 2012. The students at Manchioneal Primary...
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Long Road, Jamaica
While staying at Zion Country Eco Beach Cabins in beautiful Portland Parish, Jamaica in March of 2012 we met Captain and his crew of young divers. Every day they take their pirogue 4 miles out into the caribbean off the eastern-most tip of the...
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Black River, Jamaica

In Jamaica, my husband Mike, my friend Stephanie, and I hired a small boat to take us up the Black River, a long river made dark from the tannins of decaying leaves. Small crocodiles laid still and Zen-like along the river's banks. Waterlogged...

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Manchioneal, Jamaica
In March of 2012 we stayed at Zion Country Eco Beach Cabins in Portland Parish Jamaica, in part due to their commitment to sustainable tourism. The proprietor Free-I is a respected member of the community and is able to connect guests with local...
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Negril, Jamaica
Our time at Rockhouse in Negril is always amazing!
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Montego Bay, Jamaica
This dock is on the property of our hotel, Coyaba, in MoBay. It is a small family-owned hotel secluded from the streets but right up on the beach. We feel recharged and refreshed waking up to this every day!
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Norman Manley Blvd, Negril, Jamaica
Served the best fish escovitch by Dennis the Menace, the friendliest bar owner in Negril. We weren't big fans of the beach, but he made us feel completely at home. Bar prices have not changed in 20 years!
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Black River, Jamaica

From Jamaica's Treasure Beach, on the island's southwestern coast, we hired a local boat owner to zoom us a few miles north to the Pelican Bar (pictured). About a mile offshore, the Pelican sits on stilts on a sandbar in the Caribbean Sea. The...

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Lighthouse Road, West End, Negril ., Jamaica
Next door to the historic Negril lighthouse and not far from the crowded cliffs of Rick's Cafe, is a more intimate option for both cliff jumping and all-inclusive resort called The Caves. Fit with an outdoor bar, a restaurant built into the caves...
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Cataboo, Jamaica
Jamaica is redefining the ‘wet bar’ with The Pelican Bar, located just off of Treasure Beach in the southwest. The rustic wooden bar is built on a sand bank about a quarter mile out in the Caribbean Sea. We chartered a fishing boat...