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  • Fruit Hill Butterfly Releases

    Jamaica-St James-Montego Bay (but islandwide)-6609 Little River PO, Rose Hall, St James

    Fruit Hill Butterflies provides hand-reared and socialized butterflies for butterfly releases islandwide. Our beautiful butterflies enhance the local Jamaican eco-system, linger for photographs and are a perfect complement to destination weddings, ro...

  • Denbigh Agricultural Fair

    Jamaica-Clarendon-May Pen-Denbigh

    The Denbigh Agricultural and Industrial Show is a hallmark event that has been embedded in the unique culture and the broad fabrics of the Jamaican people from as early as 1953 to present. Situated on twenty nine hectares of picturesque lands at May...

  • Two Sisters Cave

    Jamaica-St. Catherine-Kingston-Hellshire

    Ancient civilizations and natural geological wonders make a trip to the Two Sisters Caves in Hellshire a fascinating and exciting experience. Two Sisters Caves is the final stages of a collapsed limestone cavern which plays host to an interesting arr...

  • Trench Town Culture Yard

    Jamaica-Saint Andrew-Kingston-6-8 Lower Frist Atreet, Trench Town

    Are you a Bob Marley fan? Have you ever been curious to find out just exactly who helped Bob Marley and under what circumstances did he become the world’s number one reggae artist? Where did it all begin for him? Who was his instructor and who ...

  • Somerset Falls

    Jamaica-Portland-Port Antonio-Hope Bay, Port Antonio

    If you like waterfalls, Somerset Falls is definitely the place to go. A world class setting to chill out - take a swim and refresh yourself.?Spanish settlers occupied this property over 400 years ago and many of the original aqueducts and dams built ...

  • Sam Sharpe Square

    Jamaica-Saint James-Montego Bay-Montego Bay

    Downtown Montego Bay The centrepiece of downtown Montego Bay is Sam Sharpe Square. This cobblestone town square gives visitors a snapshot of Montego Bay's history. The square is lined with Georgian buildings side by side with modern structures as wel...

  • Rockfort Mineral Bath

    Jamaica-Kingston-The South Coast-Sir Florizel Glaspole Boulevard, Rockfort, Kingston 2

    Providing respite from the urban environment, these baths on the outskirts of Kingston, on the road to the airport, are fed by a cold spring that made its first appearance following the earthquake of 1907. There’s a large public pool and 11 private...

  • Rio Grande Valley Rafting

    Jamaica-Portland-Port Antonio-Port Antonio

    Torrential rains rushing down from the Blue Mountains feed the Rio Grande River. Bamboo rafts where originally used to transport produce, especially bananas, from the interior of the island. The legendary Hollywood star, Errol Flynn, who made Port A...

  • Rio Bueno

    Jamaica-Trelawny-Rio Bueno-Rio Bueno, Trelawny

    Rio Bueno, a small seaside village on the border between the parishes of St Ann and Trelawny, owes its importance, history and livelihood to the magnificent Rio Bueno Harbour. The Rio Bueno Harbour is the deepest in Jamaica, perhaps one of the reason...

  • Rhodes Hall Plantation

    Jamaica-Hanover-Negril-Green Island, P.O Box #16

    Rhodes Hall Plantation is an unparalleled location for horseback riding. An enormous 550 acre range offers an unforgettable experience for beginners and advanced riders alike. The morass (Jamaican swamp) is one of the largest crocodile reserves ...