Places to Go/ Heritage

A sweet pastry-like dish indigenous to Jamaica and some Caribbean islands. Wrapped in banana leaves, the pudding is made from a blend of grated...

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St. Andrew

This is the pinnacle of the highest mountain in Jamaica at 7402 feet and spans the eastern part of the island. A three to four-hour hike will get...

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

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Castleton , Broadgate, Saint Mary Parish

These are a set of gardens in St. Mary with thousands of plant species. The gardens are located on either side of the main road and are a common...

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Barnett St, Spanish Town, Saint Catherine Parish

The oldest standing ecclesiastical structure in the Colonial Empire outside of the United Kingdom, it was built in 1525. It was destroyed twice,...

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St. Andrew

This is a nature lover’s paradise in the hilly St. Andrew interior. It is the only garden of its kind where you will find tropical and semi-...

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St. Andrew

This is a secluded forested park in the Blue Mountain Range. Clydesdale Park is perfect for visitors and locals who want to take in some nature or...

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Jamaican Coat of Arms

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

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The Silk Cotton Tree or Ceiba Pentandra is an expansive buttress root tree historically said to be the dwelling place of spirits. It can take up...

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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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