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Holidays In Jamaica

Jamaica is the third largest island of the Antilles and is located 145 km from Cuba and 160 miles west of Hispaniola removed. The island is 235 km long, between 35 and 82 km wide and covers an area of 10991 km . The highest elevation on the island is the Blue Mountain with an altitude of 2256 m. The landscape is very varied, we encounter the long beaches in the north and south of the desert landscape with various cacti. The extensive beaches in the coastal area are fantastic, fine white sand and crystal clear turquoise sea water. Negril is one of the most important tourist resorts in Jamaica, a lively resort without the hustle and bustle, the palm-fringed beach has a length of 11 km, are located on the beach promenade, many hotels, restaurants, cafes and bars. Negril is offering a mecca for water sports enthusiasts visiting tourists, it will include sailing, windsurfing, parasailing, water skiing, kayaking, pedal boating and diving. Others continue to recreational activities such as table tennis, beach volleyball, basketball and tennis possible. InThe center of Negril, there are many shops, restaurants, fast food restaurants and souvenir markets. The hospitality, friendliness and charm of the islanders of Jamaica is fascinating. The island and its people can meet others in a round trip on. A popular destination is Kingston, the largest city and the capital of Jamaica, a highlight for travelers interested in art and history. Local attractions include the Old City of Kingston, the African Museum and the Bob Marley Museum. Also Port Antonio, a port city with a small marina has a lot to offer holidaymakers, exciting panoramic views of sea and mountains and an attractive business and shopping district around the Clock Tower. Other popular destinations include the waterfalls of Ocho Rios, the town of Black River with a rich flora and fauna, including crocodiles and parrots, Treasure Beach, with its picturesque beaches, away from mass tourism and the well-known tourist resort Montego Bay.

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