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Located off the coast of Cuba and near to Florida, a trip to Jamaica will lead you to a variety of flora and fauna to see on this small island, some of which that are only native to the country and it’s smaller island neighbors. Once a commonwealth realm of Britain, Jamaicans take their history with stride. They declared their independence in 1962 and since then they have taken advantage of that independence. While holidaying in Jamaica, take in the sights, smells, and culture of this tropical paradise.
- Soak up the sun on the beaches that go all the way around the island.
- Listen to the reggae beats that are native to this island.
- Live it up in Kingston and take a chance on the nightlife.
- Learn of the life of one of Jamaica’s most famous men, Bob Marley, at the Bob Marley Museum.
- Take in the Rio Grande River by rafting it.
- Try and spot a crocodile in the Black River.
- Learn of the pirate culture at Port Royal.
- Dive with the marine life at Mongeto Bay.
- Learn to bargain; you can get goods at amazing prices if you haggle.
- Taste the street food; most of the best food can be eaten on the go.
- Don’t go over “Spring Break;” you’ll pay more and there will be plenty of people already there.
- Use the route taxis; there might be strangers, but they cost less.
- If you want to drive a car, be careful on the road. Speed limits are mere suggestions.
- If you’re willing to risk it, go during hurricane season; things are significantly cheaper.
- Bring mosquito repellant.
- Don’t become a beach bum; there is more to this island then beaches, like climbing Dunn’s River Falls, or going to Dolphin Cove.