Jamaica is the third largest Caribbean island. Each year about one million visitors to experience the breathtaking and majestic landscapes and the charming and historic cities. The Jamaican culture is dominated by reggae, the influence of the Rastafarians and the national pride of the population. In the capital, Kingston, are about one million people. Kingston is a dynamic city that has preserved but its Caribbean charm. The cityscape is dominated by beautiful old colonial buildings, modern office buildings, numerous shops and interesting sights. In addition to a tour of the Ward Theatre and the Devon House to visit the Bob Marley Museum is a must. Other attractions include the Crafts Market (wood carvings, jewelry and souvenirs), the Jubilee Market (exotic fruit and vegetables) and the Hope Botanical Garden.
Even from Kingston, one can often see the misty mountain range – the Blue Mountains -. This is one of the longest continuous mountain chains of the Caribbean, the highest peaks of the Blue Mountain Peak (2256 m). The majestic-looking Blue Mountains offer visitors a rich and diverse vegetation. Many lichens, mosses, ferns, bamboo and flowering species are found here. In addition to many small and large waterfalls can be seen here also the national bird, the hummingbird, giant swallowtail, tree frogs and many other residents in their natural environment. The world-famous coffee – the Blue Mountain coffee – is grown here. Montego Bay, the second largest city of the island is a popular holiday resort. There are numerous shops (shopping Hip Strip), hotel facilities and a fabulous beach.
The ports of Montego Bay and Ocho Rios offers a spectacular experience – the one-and leaving the huge cruise ships. Negril is known as the happiest and most tolerant resort in Jamaica. Catamarans, water skiing, diving and glass bottom boats abound in the bay. The beautiful beaches for swimming and Stroll one. The main attraction is Rick's Cafe. From here you have a perfect view of the daredevil jumps of the cliff divers and one can enjoy the breathtaking sunset. But Jamaica has a lot more to offer, for example, the YS Falls, the Dunns River Falls, a boat trip on the Black River, a visit to the Appleton Rum Factory and rafting on the Rio Grande. There are also many other scenic and fascinating cities such as Port Antonio, Spanish Town and Port Royal. An absolute must is a taste of the famous and traditional Jerk dishes (Warning: hot).