When you hear stories of the amazing beaches of Jamaica, you’re likely hearing someone’s story of a vacation to Negril. Negril is known for the world famous seven mile beach which is rated as one of the top ten beaches in the world. The north end of the beach is home to a number of great all-inclusive resorts and the south end is home to many smaller boutique hotels.
If you do any research into this area you’ll also hear about the “cliffs” and the “cliff jumpers”…Continue Reading →
Ocho Rios may be best known for Jamaica’s iconic Dunn’s River Falls. For an extra great time, take a fun catamaran ride over to the falls and stop to climb and enjoy the cool mountain waterfall. Don’t forget your camera!
Ocho Rios is known as the active area of Jamaica - maybe because of it’s proximity to the jungle and tons of inland activities nearby but also for the diving, water sports and golf in the area. Top all-inclusive resorts such as Sandals and Couples include…Continue Reading →
Jamaica is home to 635 miles of beaches. There are beaches at every turn from quiet private sanctuaries where you can sunbathe in the nude to busy public beaches which are home to colorful craft vendors. Many of the island’s best all-inclusive resorts call these beaches home.
Montego Bay is home to the country’s most popular airport, Sangster International Airport and gives visitors the opportunity to land at the airport and be on the beach very quickly. This is a…Continue Reading →
One of the fastest growing travel groups are the multi-generational vacations where grandparents host their children and grandchildren for a holiday vacation.
I am one of the grandparents that is fortunate to have been able to provide my children and grandchildren with the gift of travel.
I love to travel - I can’t wait to hop on an airplane and be whisked away to another great faraway destination and nothing brings me more joy than having my family join me. I feel it’s truly…Continue Reading →
I just came across what appears to be a wonderful art gallery in Playa del Carmen.
I love Playa del Carmen. It’s a small fishing town now turned into a very popular bustling city.
Personally I still think Playa del Carmen holds a ton of charm. I simply love being able to stay at a bit of pampering luxury in a beach-front all-inclusive resort and sneak out at night and wander around or shop on 5th Ave. I love to slip off onto a side street in search of a neat local shop,…Continue Reading →