Places to Go/ Heritage

Blue Draws is the term given to a sweet pastry-like dish indigenous to Jamaica and some Caribbean islands. Wrapped in the banana leaves, the...

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Blue Mountain Peak represents the pinnacle of the highest mountain in Jamaica. It stands at 2,255.8 metres (7,402 feet) and spans three of the...

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Cassava (also known as yucca, tapioca, manioc and maniho) is a starchy, root tuber widely grown in Jamaica. It is a well-known staple prepared...

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Barnett St, Spanish Town, Saint Catherine Parish

It was built by the Spanish and destroyed by Thomas Cromwell's soldiers in 1655. It was then rebuilt on site in 1666, and then the Cathedral was...

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Cinchona Botanical Gardens is a nature lover’s paradise, Located in the hilly St. Andrew interior it is the only garden of its kind where you will...

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Clydesdale National Forest Park is a secluded forested park located in the Blue Mountain Range. Clydesdale Park is perfect for visitors and locals...

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Jamaican Coat of Arms

The Jamaican coat of arms was granted to Jamaica in 1661. The design shows a female and male Taino standing on either side of a shield bearing a...

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The cotton tree is an extensively buttress root tree that is historically believed in Jamaica, the Caribbean region and Africa to be the dwelling...

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Fort George Street, Portland Parish

DeMontevin lodge is situated on Titchfield Peninsula, an English settlement, situated between East and West Harbour. The lodge was built at the...

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Hope Road, Kingston Parish

This classic 19th-century mansion captures Jamaica's architectural past. Nestled between towering palm trees overlooking a fountain, the restored...

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