Places to Go/ Recreation & Sports

Lime Cay is the uninhabited island which has clear turquoise waters and white sand beaches.It's also the closest beach to Kingston and is one of...

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Yardley Chase , Saint Elizabeth Parish

Lovers Leap is a 1700 ft cliff with a spectacular view of the sea below. Dropping almost perpendicularly, it is the site from which a couple of...

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Ocho Rios , Saint Ann Parish

Smack in the centre of Ocho Rios, this beach offers soft sand, a gorgeous vista, and warm, tropical water. It is always full of activities like...

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Port Antonio, Portland Parish

Just 0.8 miles from the lighthouse in Port Antonio, the 64-acre Navy Island was once owned by actor Errol Flynn. Its clear waters and white sand...

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Ocho Rios, Saint Ann Parish

Ocho Rios Bay Beach also referred to as “Turtle Beach” is nestled between Sunset Jamaica Grande on the eastern side and Ocho Rios Cruise Ship pier...

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Saint Mary Parish

Half way between Ocho Rios and Oracabessa, this beach is protected by cliffs on either end. It is also one of the quieter, less-crowded beaches in...

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29 East Kings House Road, Shop #7, Kingston, Kingston Parish

RIPT was established as an alternative to the larger commercial gyms, a smaller "boutique" gym that focuses on client relationships and results...

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Montego Bay, Saint James Parish

This Montego Bay beach offers secluded soft white sand with crystal clear waters that are great for beach activities. The luxurious Half Moon...

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Close to Runaway Bay, the natural beauty and character of Salem Paradise Beach make it the perfect seaside getaway.

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Port Antonio, Portland Parish

San San is a narrow stretch of white sandy beach that offers the ideal opportunity to while away the hours in seclusion. A variety of small reefs...

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