Port Antonio, considered to be the most charming and unspoilt natural area of Jamaica. Located on the north eastern tip of the island, the windward side of the Blue Mountains, the highest mountain range in Jamaica, resulting in a much wetter climate, lush vegetations and rain forests.
Black River Long ignored as a tourist destination, Black River and it's surrounding areas, and the small farming and fishing communities still retain the flavor of "old" Jamaica, in it's natural setting; historic buildings, waterfalls, farms, wildlife, plants and fauna.
Port Royal As one walks along the narrow streets of the poor fishing village of Port Royal today, it is hard to imagine that it once was the largest and most economically significant English settlement in the Americas. It is now an isolated place at the end of a long peninsula across the bay from Kingston...more
Scuba Diving Located at the center of coral diversity in the Atlantic Ocean, Jamaica's coral reefs are among the best studied in the world and maybe the longest directly observed submarine ecosystems, with data available since the 1950s. Over 60 species of reef building corals grow here. The diversity of topography and natural attractions is second to none.
Cancer Properties of Guinea Hen Weed, also know as Anamu, a powerful Jamaican herb has well documented medicinal properties. A study of of 1400 plants by the University of Illinois found that it was one of only 34 plants containing active properties against cancer ...more
Herbal Remedies Jamaican plants as herbal remedies and wider applications.
The Cockpit Country was the first site selected by USAID for the Parks in Peril 2000 program.
Geography & Physical Features The Mountains, Plains, Rivers, Harbors and Cays.
Jamaica's Pirates Reviews of some of Jamaica's Famous Pirates.
Botanical Gardens Jamaica is considered a horticultural paradise.
Blue & John Crow Mountain National Park The largest remaining tract of intact, closed-canopy, broadleaf forest.
Great Houses The Great House is arguably the most prominent and tangible symbol of the plantation era.