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Kool Runnings Adventure Park

James Bond Beach (Oracabessa Bay, 16 km. from Ocho Rios) – this beach, located on a small peninsula, is another popular seaside area near Ocho Rios. This beach earned its name from being featured in the 1962 James Bond film “Dr. No”. There’s a “Moonraker Bar” on the premises, and a nearby lawn is often […]

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James Bond Beach

James Bond Beach (Oracabessa Bay, 16 km. from Ocho Rios) – this beach, located on a small peninsula, is another popular seaside area near Ocho Rios. This beach earned its name from being featured in the 1962 James Bond film “Dr. No”. There’s a “Moonraker Bar” on the premises, and a nearby lawn is often […]

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Half Moon Golf Club

Half Moon Golf Club (Rose Hall, Montego Bay) — great undulating greens, demanding holes, challenging drives and breathtaking vistas are all part of the award-winning, Par-72 championship course, designed by renowned course architect Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Well known across the Caribbean and around the world, as one of the finest luxury golf resorts worldwide, […]

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Green Grotto

Green Grotto (North Coast Highway, 3 km. east of Discovery Bay) – located on the north central coast of the island, these are show caves and a major tourist attraction. Connected with adjacent coastal waters, these caves are rich in history – with Spanish settlers using them as a hideaway when the British were driving […]

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Frenchman’s Cove

Frenchman’s Cove (Rte. A4, 8 km. east of Port Antonio) – this is another of Jamaica’s more attractive beaches. This white sand beach is connected to a local stream. Close by, there’s a luxury resort of the same name, confirming the tourist credibility of this beach.

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Font Hill Beach Park

Font Hill Beach Park (Rte. A2, just past Scott’s Cove, southwest coast) – this is a small but perfectly kept stretch of gold sand beach. It’s rarely visited by tourists but is popular with Jamaicans, particularly at weekends. The turquoise sea has a roped off section for safe swimming which is watched over by lifeguards. […]

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Dunn’s River Falls

Dunn’s River Falls (Rte. 1A, between St. Ann’s Bay and Ocho Rios) — this one of Jamaica’s national treasures. Globally, it is as well known as reggae and equally stimulating. There are few places where the Arawak name “Xayamaca” – land of rivers and springs – is more apt. The Spaniards called the area “Las […]

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Coral Cliff Gaming Lounge

Coral Cliff Gaming Lounge (165 Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay) – located within a boutique hotel, this casino has 120 slot machines, plus a big-screen TV, free drinks, with nightly floor shows, cabarets and/or live jazz.

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Cinnamon Hill Golf Course

Cinnamon Hill Golf Course (Queen’s Highway, Rose Hall, Montego Bay) – this 18-hole course was built on land that harkens back to the British colonial period. Course designers von Hagge & Baril designed Cinnamon Hill with elevations that give the sense of both links and inland golf. You’ll experience the best of Jamaica golf — […]