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Towns of Jamaica

IMAGE Mandeville and South Coast

Mandeville, principal town of the parish of Manchester, is a quiet, restful mountain resort, a little over 2,000 feet above sea level with a cool climate (70-75 degrees by day, 65-70 degrees by...

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IMAGE Negril

Negril was recently discovered. Even young middle-aged Jamaicans remember when Negril was really nothing more than a lighthouse to guide ships around the rocky western coast, and its population...

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IMAGE Montego Bay

Montego Bay is Jamaica's second city in size and importance, but it is the island's tourism capital. It boasts the most hotel accommodation, the most transport facilities and is, in fact, a...

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IMAGE Ocho Rios

The Parish of St. Ann on the north coast is known as the "garden parish" because of its great beauty. Its parish capital is the market town of St. Ann's Bay. The resort development of this delightful...

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IMAGE Port Antonio

One of the best kept secrets in the Caribbean has always been Port Antonio, a tropical Eden and the jewel in Jamaica's crown. Portland offers visitors unparalleled natural beauty, rugged, exciting...

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IMAGE Kingston

Kingston, Jamaica's capital, lies on the fertile plains of Liguanea (pronounced Lig-a-nee an ancient Arawak Indian name) between the cays and banks of the eastern coast and the towering Blue...

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