Home to one of the longest rivers in Jamaica and named for the darkness of the riverbed is Black River. Here you can find Appleton Estates, the makers of one of the world's finest rums, the beautiful Y.S. Falls, and plenty of Shrimp...be sure to have some when you visit the Middle Quarters section.

The capital, and largest city in Jamaica (also known as “town”) offers a variety of attractions, nightlife, shopping, commerce and all things contemporary. New Kingston is where you’ll find the trendiest clubs and some of the best food in town. If you're in the area, be sure to visit attractions like Emancipation Park, Devon House, and Hope Gardens.

Located about 2000 feet above sea level, and home to Northern Caribbean University, this town is the capital and largest town in Manchester. Cooler temperatures, mountain views and incomparable tranquility attract those in search of a quiet and relaxing break.

Jamaica’s tourism capital is also known as MoBay, and it’s the second city in size behind Kingston. It’s absolutely perfect for a vacation getaway. If you’re not visiting one of the quality hotels MoBay has to offer, be sure to dine at one of the many restaurants, and follow it up with a night out on the town right on the Hip Strip (Gloucester Ave).

Located in the western most part of Jamaica, Negril is where the popular “7-Mile Beach” can be found. It’s rated among the top 10 beaches in the world by many travel magazines and shows. Rick’s Café is the most visited attraction in Negril and famously known as one of the 1,000 places to go in your lifetime. Go ahead and take a leap in.

Ocho Rios, nicknamed “Ochie” is Jamaica’s 2nd most popular tourist destination, and home to Dunn’s River Falls and Fern Gully. The town is located on the northern coast of Jamaica and is frequently visited by residences from St.Ann and St. Mary, for shopping and nightlife.

The “jerk center” of Jamaica. For those that don’t know, jerk is the flavorsome seasoning made primarily from Scotch Bonnet peppers. It’s used for cooking chicken, pork or fish and is very popular all over the island, especially here in Port Antonio. Be sure to catch the annual Boston Jerk Festival held every summer in July.
Located on the northeast coast of Jamaica and home to the Blue Mountains, the beautiful blue lagoon, and rafting on the Rio Grande River, this part of island is a must see.


Commonly referred to as “Sav”, this town is located in the parish of Westmoreland where famous Reggae artist Peter Tosh was born.
Sugar is the main export for this lovely city, so be ready for sugar cane and rum on your next visit.


Over the past few years, Spanish Town has earned a negative reputation, but it actually has a lot of historical attractions. It was the first capital of Jamaica and is home to the oldest iron bridge of its kind as well as one of the first Spanish Cathedrals to be built in the new world. It also has the oldest Anglican churches outside of England, so there’s plenty of historical appeal.

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