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Negril

Negril – located just over an hour away from Montego Bay International Airport, Negril did not grow in prominence until the 1970s – when it gradually became a popular tourist destination (when road improvements were made between that area and Montego Bay). These days, Negril is the favorite destination for families, honeymooners and spring breakers. […]

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Kingston

Kingston – now the capital of independent Jamaica, Kingston’s history goes back to 1692, when nearby Port Royal was destroyed by a massive earthquake, which spurred gradual redevelopment at a nearby area. Nowadays, Kingston (as the largest city on the island) acts as the country’s business center, as well as most government ministries being located […]

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Montego Bay

Montego Bay — was originally a Spanish settlement (from 1510) – calling it “Bahía de Mantega” (because of the large quantities of pigs lard that was exported to other Spanish colonies within the Caribbean and South America) – hence the origin of the “Montego” name of what later became a British settlement. Nowadays, with its […]