6 reasons to fall in love with Jamaica

Jamaica is one of those earthly paradises that our wonderful world has And that is impossible to forget. Incredible beaches, fun, culture and delicious cuisine. Continue reading and discover with us the 6 reasons that will make you fall madly in love with Jamaica.

Jamaica, earthly paradise

Jamaica is a beautiful island located in the Caribbean Sea. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world and it is not for less, the natural beauty of this place has no comparison.

Jamaica - KKulikov

If you are looking for a fabulous climate, the most beautiful beaches and lots of fun, Jamaica should be your next destination. If you are still doubting it, we present some powerful reasons for you to fall in love with Jamaica, will you join us?

1. Crystal clear waters

To know the beaches of Jamaica is to immerse yourself in an explosion of absolutely unforgettable colors. The north and west coasts of this island seem to be taken from a movie: turquoise waters, white sand and palm trees. If there is any place that comes close to the definition of paradise, this should be honored.

Negril beach is one of the most popular on the island, it has more than seven kilometers of beautiful crystalline waters and cliffs.

Jamaica Beach - Lucky-photographer

Another of the most popular beaches is known as Doctor's Cave Beach, which became famous at the end of the 19th century, when an American magazine mentioned this place for the healing properties of its waters, consequently, a doctor named Baker built a spa on this heavenly beach.

2. Exquisite cuisine

If you are one of those who like to try and experience new flavors, you will love the gastronomy of Jamaica. Jamaican cuisine has a lot of influence from British, African and Hindu cultures, which translates a wide variety of dishes, such as salted cod, bammy or cassava-based bread, ginger beer and, of course, the famous Jamaican rum.

“Gastronomic sybaritism, together with intelligence helps to make men friendly”

-Alexandre Grimod de la Reyniere-

Also in Jamaica you can find some of the most exotic fruits in the world. In fact, one of the most famous is the Ackee, which, in addition to delicious is poisonous, so we recommend that you be very careful not to eat it raw, Jamaicans prepare the Ackee with a delicious spicy sauce.

3. Port Royal

The most fearsome pirates in the world set foot on the famous Port Royal harbor, which was the main port of Jamaica during the 17th century and the place from where many pirates continued to attack other coastal cities such as Panama, Maracaibo and Portobelo.

Port Royal - Christian and Sergio Velasco / Flickr.com

Port Royal was known as one of the favorite places for pirates. Taverns and prostitutes abounded in the place, in fact, it was said that there was a tavern for every 10 inhabitants.

The famous pirate Henry Morgan was appointed as governor of the place and, surprisingly, it was he who imposed laws and reforms that allowed the development of Port Royal. By mid-century, more than 200 buildings had already been built and the port received an average of 250 ships annually.

Jamaica: aromas, places and culture

4. Exquisite coffee

Coffee is one of the most exquisite drinks in the world, there are many people who cannot start the day without a good cup of coffee, and although we all know the delicious Colombian coffee, Jamaican coffee, although less known, is also considered by experts as one of the best in the world.

Blue Mountains - CO Leong

Blue Mountain coffee from Jamaica is grown exclusively in the well-known “Blue Mountains”. There the climate, humidity and earth come together in perfect harmony to create this magnificent coffee.

5. Mystic Mountain

Mystic Mountain is a nature reserve which is very close to the spectacular waterfalls of the Dunn River.

Blue Hole - Mehdi Kasumov

There you can have a great time on the scheduled walks, the climb to the mountain in funiculars, the observation of birds and the descent of the mountain through the roller coaster that crosses the forest better known as "bobsleigh". Definitely an adventure that you can not miss.

6. Bob Marley's route

Bob Marley was one of the most recognized artists in the world. There are three places that make up Bob Marley's route: Nine Miles, which is the town where she was born and where her mausoleum is located; the 56 Hope Road mansion, where Bob created the Tuff Gong record label and the Trench Town neighborhood, where the singer-songwriter grew up and took his first steps in music.

Jamaica is one of the most beautiful and interesting places you can meet. Fun, enjoyment, relaxation and natural beauty are completely guaranteed. And you, would you like to meet Jamaica?

Video: Grade 6 Student With 2 CSEC Subjects TVJ Smile Jamaica - September 14 2018 (February 2020).

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