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Map of Jamaica

Jamaica is a country with profound culture, blossoming with the arts. The music life is unsurpassed in its beauty and richness. With a cuisine that is savored and imitated the world over, the dining in Jamaica is one that is not comparable with any other. Beyond the cultural explosion of beauty, there is a strong independent spirit about Jamaica, one that its proud of its heritage and establishing a great future for the country.

The tourism industry, which is so rich in the country from the wonder people experience upon their first visit which often results in return visits as often as they can, is vast enough to make up one of the three leading financial securities in Jamaica. Other industries that make them self-sufficient are mining and agriculture.

Almost ninety-six percent of the population has a heritage connected directly to Africa, but there are all kinds of cultures alive and well within Jamaica including Great Britain, India, China, Germany, South America, and man other countries and cultures.

When arriving in Jamaica, you will want to go directly to the northern and western coastlines, where you can find the most gorgeous beaches and areas set aside to make sure you are comfortable in your stay. Some things that you may see along the way are mountaintops, jungles, crystal clear waterfalls that stretch above or below sight, and oceans with a sea that appears sapphire.

Ocho Rios, referred to as Ochi by locals, is the most visited and showed off place in the country; it also is a cruise port and a resort center and houses Dunn's River Falls. Montego Bay is a place to visit, although most already fly into there so you may see it first.

A place that is a must-see (though many miss seeing it) is Negril, a place that is becoming more alive and sparkling in its appeal to visitors but retains its natural appeal of witnessing the day-to-day life in Jamaica.

Kingston is a destination that you absolutely must experience. It's the largest English-speaking city in the western hemisphere south on Miama with a population of over 800,000! You'll find lots of culture, music, and the most delightful cuisine is this kinetic city!

Overall, Jamaica is the place to visit when you have at least a week's time, to travel and experience all the different parts of the country. It's a place that is unforgettable, and that most want to experience several times over.

Here is a map of Jamaica

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