Monthly Archives: October 2018

YS Falls, ST Elizabeth, Jamaica

Nestled within a secluded valley on the less traveled South Coast of Jamaica, YS Falls is located on a working cattle and horse farm. Calmly coexisting in a carefully managed ecosystem 50 miles East of Negril and 50 miles South of Montego Bay, YS Estate is situated in the “breadbasket” Parish of St. Elizabeth. YS […]

Konoko Falls and Park

In the cool lush hills overlooking Ocho Rios, is one of nature’s best kept secrets, Konoko Falls and Park, where you can be at one with nature. Get away from the busy town life for a couple hours, to ravish in the beautiful surroundings at Konoko Falls. Breathtaking water falls, birds and animals you won’t […]

Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Ocho Rios was originally home to the tribe of Arawak Indians called Taino, who had settled in Jamaica at around 1,000 BC and called the land Xamayca, meaning land of wood and water. When the Spanish arrived (Christopher Columbus) in 1494 and claimed the island for Spain, Ocho Rios was named Chorreros meaning rapid rivers. Ocho Rios which means “Eight Rivers” […]

The Green Grotto Caves, Jamaica

Green Grotto Caves is one of Jamaica’s most beautiful attractions. This location has been famous for its use in the James Bond movie, “Live and Let Die”. The Green Grotto Caves located just outside of Discovery Bay are of interest not only to Bond fans, but also to people who are interested in the history […]

Nine Miles Jamaica

When visiting Jamaica’s beautiful Ocho Rios make sure you take some time out of your vacationing, water sporting, fun in the sun, and exciting nightlife partying to visit the Bob Marley Nine Miles. You will get the true sense of what Bob Marley was about,learn of his birth, life as a musician and his death. […]

The Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee

Right before the Blue Mountain coffee came into being, it was said that the plant was discovered by an Ethiopian shepherd by the name of Khaldi. Each time his sheep would eat one of the “red cherries” found in the bush around the pasture, the animal would react in a very lively manner. This made […]

Bobsled in Jamaica

Welcome to Mystic Mountain home of Jamaican bobsled, Zipline and Sky Explorer. For the adventurous, imagine being twisted down the Mystic Mountain Rain Forest at unbelievable speed or their Jamaican speed board. For the nature lovers who enjoy staying grounded,enjoy the Jamaican Hummingbird Garden or the Nature Trail taking in the sights of the ground. […]

Blue Hole Ocho Rios

away from the hustle and bustle of the Ocho Rios town,hidden in the mountains is islandgullyfalls@gmail.comunspoiled nature waiting to be enjoyed.Fully enjoy this beautiful water falls.Swimming and jumping from ropes,hiking through bushes and climbing through rocks while the guides give you the history of this extraordinary destination.With no vendors to bother you,experience the beauty and […]

The Jamaica Flag

The Jamaica National Flag was first raised on Independence Day, August 6, 1962. It signifies the birth of our nation. The Flag brings to mind memories of past achievements and gives inspiration towards further success. It is flown on many triumphant occasions, showing the pride that Jamaicans have in their country and in the flag […]

Luminous Lagoon Trelawny

The lagoon is home to millions of microscopic organisms.When the water is agitated ,these organisms emit a phosphorescent light.Swimming in the lagoon a sundown, is like being sprinkles by pixie dust.

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