The Jamaica Blog is my mini journal about Jamaica.
It tells you whether any new pages web pages appear on i-jamaicavacations.com telling you about a new topic or adventure.
It keeps you up-to-date with other postings or news and views about Jamaica.
Jamaica information, Find the latest news, events and more about Jamaica and enhance your knowledge andexperience
Jamaica Vacations, Don't miss out on the fun. Jamaica offers comfortable rooms, great food, stunning beaches and lots to do.
Jamaica's Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett, says the Rio Nuevo Village attraction in St. Mary is making a major contribution to heritage tourism in Jamaica and efforts to grow visitor arrivals. Read more at: https://jis.gov.jm/tourism-minister-welcomes-expansion-of-rio-nuevo-village-attraction/
Jamaica's Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, says that 10 beaches are being upgraded this year under the Government’s beach development programme. https://jis.gov.jm/ten-beaches-to-be-upgraded-this-year/
Jamaica’s Premier music festival – July 15-22 2018, Montego Bay www.reggaesumfest.com/
The Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food Show - 4th to 6th August 2018 at Denbigh Show Ground, Clarendon St Catherine Jamaica -. Exhibits will be opened 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Adults J$1000 - Children J$400. www.jas.gov.jm/Denbigh.html
Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett, says music tourism is a rapidly expanding market, which plays perfectly into Jamaica’s strength as the top entertainment destination in the region. Addressing the graduation ceremony for the DJ Capacity Building Training Programme at … more at https://jis.gov.jm/category/tourism/
The Ministry of Tourism is developing a destination assurance policy and strategy that will ensure that the tourism product remains first class and that the country can maintain its competitive advantage in the global marketplace. “We cannot allow any threat... more at: https://jis.gov.jm/category/tourism/
The 39th CARICOM Heads of Government ConferenceMontego Bay, JamaicaJuly 4-6, 2018
My First Jamaica Vacation, Kingston, Montego Bay, Negril, St Elizabeth
Jamaica, With its lush green landscape, beautiful coastal areas, friendly people; home of reggae music and much more.
Jamaica Attractions, Jamaica has many unique attractions.Take the opportunity to explore and discover the true gems of real Jamaica.
Travel Jamaica,, Travel to Jamaica by air, or sea, by taxis, bus, or self drive rentals. Privately run air-conditioned coaches are also available.
St Elizabeth Jamaica, Explore St Elizabeth and discover her hidden gems
Jamaica National Heroes, Since Independence in 1962 seven great Jamaicans of the past were awarded the Order of National Hero.
Jamaica Resorts, offer all inclusive accommodation on the best Jamaica beach resorts
Jamaica hotels, Jamaica has some of the best all inclusive resorts in the Caribbean.
Jamaica holidays, summer off peak rates can be a steal, look out for them, and find your ideal package
sandals jamaica hotels, Montego Bay, Negril, Ocho Rios
activities in negril, Walk the beautiful coast line of Negril and discover laid back Jamaica at its best.
Obama in Jamaica, In April 2015 history was made in Jamaica when the first black President, of the USA, Barak Hussein Obama came in on working visit.
Bellevue To Santa Cruz, Drive from Bellevue District to Santa Cruz St Elizabeth through the undulating Malvern Hills
Top Hill to Kingston, Pick up the main road at Gutters St Elizabeth and take a scenic ride via Highway 2000 to Kingston Jamaica
munro college jamaica, traditional and reputable boarding secondary school for boys up to 18 yrs
Manchester Jamaica, Manchester parish lies between St Elizabeth to the west and northerly by Trelawny.
jamaican mangoes, There are many types of mangoes in Jamaica, try a juicy one today, you will love it.
jamaican breadfruit, There are many ways to cook the versatile breadfruit in Jamaica, try it roasted, fried or stuffed with ackee and saltfish.
Jamaica Villa Rentals, Jamaica offers affordable villa rentals in all its tourist destinations
Jamaica Tourism, Jamaica’s north coast has been greatly improved to accommodate and encourage increased tourism