Jamaica Travel Guide
Since 1999 our Jamaica Travel Guide has attracted thousands of visitors to Kingston, Montego Bay, Negril, Port Antonio, Ocho Rios and Mandeville.
Jamaica is situated to the south of Cuba and is the third largest island of the Antilles in the West Indies.
The primary range of Jamaica, situated in the eastern section of Jamaica is the Blue Mountains, of which the peak of Blue Mountain Peak is the highest point on the island with 7,402 ft.
A series of smaller mountains, many with slope spurs, extends west to the extremity of Jamaica, surmounting an extensive plateau, and thermal springs occur in various areas of Jamaica.
No other volcanic phenomena are apparent on the island of Jamaica, but Jamaica maybe subject to earthquakes. Many small rivers are not navigable on Jamaica.
From each wonderful daybreak sunrise to sunset, Jamaica offers a outstanding kaleidoscope of color and attractiveness that has made Jamaica one of the most precious destinations in the Caribbean. Jamaica is a nation with affectionate and hospitable people, stimulating scenery and one of its kind and engaging ways to experience it. Visitors to Jamaica will want to visit it again and again.
We hope you will enjoy your visit to our Jamaica Website.
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