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Pickapeppa Company Ltd./Factory Tour

Pickapeppa Company Ltd./Factory Tour (Shooters Hill, near Mandeville) – this area of Jamaica is responsible for producing one of Jamaica’s better-known and admired products: Pickapeppa Sauce. Viewed as a Jamaican version of New Orlean’s Tabasco sauce, this product is used by cooks to spice up various foods – from eggs to meats, other sauces, etc. […]

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Ocho Rios Fort

Ocho Rios Fort (Main Street, next to Reynolds Pier, Ocho Rios) – located to the west of the town of Ocho Rios, this is one of the oldest buildings in that town. The fort was originally built in the 17th Century and was strengthened in 1780 when Jamaica was expecting an attack from French forces. […]

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High Mountain Coffee Factory

High Mountain Coffee Factory (Winston Jones Highway (A2), Mandeville) – the Jamaica Standard Products Co. manufactures coffee, herbal teas and liqueurs at this site. Coffee lovers would be the most interested in taking a tour – which is free. There’s a tasting room, and coffee shop on-site. Call for more details: (876) 963-4211.

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Greenwood Great House

Greenwood Great House (located on the border of St. James and Trelawny – 15 miles from Montego Bay) – this estate house is over 200 years old. Formerly owned by the family of Elizabeth Barrett-Browning, the famous English poet, Greenwood is one of the best preserved great houses on the island. The historic integrity of […]

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Fort Montego

Fort Montego (Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay) – located a half a mile from Montego Bay, this fort was built on a small bluff overlooking what was then Meager Bay, and River Bay (both these bays have now been filled in for highway and town expansion). The Fort was one of many built along the coast […]

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Fort George

Fort George (Fort George Street, Port Antonio) – Fort George está situado en la península de Titchfield en la ciudad de Port Antonio, que se encuentra en la parroquia de Portland. El fuerte, construido durante el siglo XVIII, tenía un doble propósito, en primer lugar como fuente de defensa contra la invasión extranjera, y en […]

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Doctor’s Cave Bathing Club

Doctor’s Cave Bathing Club (Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay) – Fundado en 1906, Doctor’s Cave Beach Club está ubicado entre el Parque Marino y el Hip Strip. El agua translúcida es conocida por su contenido mineral y nuestra mundialmente famosa playa de arena blanca es limpia y acogedora. Más que una gran playa, el patio de […]

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Devon House

Devon House (26 Hope Road, Kingston) – this is one of Jamaica’s leading national monuments and a symbol of the cultural diversity, which makes this island a unique choice for thousands of visitors. This 127 year old site located in the heart of metropolis Kingston, Jamaica’s capital, offers a striking contrast to the hustle and […]

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Port Antonio

Port Antonio – located on the northeast coast of Jamaica, Port Antonio was a sleepy town until the late 1800s, when the banana trade began to boom and drove the local economy. Tourism gradually took hold here, with initial help by Hollywood actor Errol Flynn during the 1940s, and later by other prominent figures such […]

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Ocho Rios

Ocho Rios – located on the north central coast of Jamaica, Ocho Rios, which was once a fishing village, later became a port of call for cruise ships and cargo ships exporting sugar, limestone and bauxite. In terms of tourism, it gained attention when the James Bond film “Dr. No” was filmed there. International visitors […]