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Jamaica has a culture that is surrounded by art, dance, folk music, food, people, politics, and religion. Jamaica's ancestors that come from Africa, Europe, and Asia have helped make Jamaica what it is today. They have also made it a multifaceted mosaic of international customs and traditions like it is until this day as well. Jamaica has been welcoming settlers from all over the world for many centuries. It was among the Amerindians who founded the small island now known as Jamaica and the Europeans fought to take it from them. Then it went to Africans who were forced to make Jamaica their home, then to Asians, Indians, and Middle Easterners who were all searching for a better life. Each of these different groups of people contributed to the melting pot of Jamaica with their own stories and traditions. Today Jamaica has such a rich history with many traditions that have all blended together and made into one. 

Jamaica's economy is said to be a developing country and the tourism is always growing. Jamaica is one of the most ideal tourist destinations in the world. Every year there are more than a million visitors that flee to the island of Jamaica for the sun and beauty. The major resort centers include Kingston, Montego bay, Ocho Rios, Negril, Port Antonio, and the South Coast. The island of Jamaica sits almost right in the middle of the Caribbean and of course has the warm sun rays, soft sands, and clear blue waters but also has an interesting history and culture. Most people enjoy their trip to Jamaica for the island's unique character and the inherent of "African-ness" that it has through it's population. Jamaica also has some of the world's finest reefs for diving at Runaway Bay and Ocho Rios.    

There is no other place like Jamaica or no other place in the Caribbean that has the African touch like Jamaica for that matter. The next major part in the New World for the crazy triangular trade that took slaves from Africa to carry sugar and rum to Europe was Kingston. It was in St. Ann's Bay's Marcus Garvey who originally founded the back-to-Africa movement during the 1910's and 1920's. Then just a short decade later was when Rastafarianism took place and reggae came into play in the 1960's and 1970's. Jamaica proclaims pride in it's country due to its unique history, great landscape and interesting culture.

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Dunns River Falls in Jamaica

Attractions in Jamaica

The Coyaba Gardens and Mahoe Falls are located in Ocho Rios on the Island of Jamaica. There is a new feature that was added just recently to the Falls which is called Ysassis Lookout Point which gives a panoramic view of Ocho Rios Bay which includes the cruise ship terminals and the adjoining of Mahoe Falls that has a wheelchair friendly wooden walkway. Visitors can also find the serenity of a beautiful water garden that come from streams that rise on the property. There is also amazing Jamaican Spanish architecture, Mahoe waterfalls, a Museum of Island History, a Shop of island curios and crafts, rums and coffees, and breathtaking views of the island. It is an attraction that is truly amazing and enjoyable all at the same time.

Dunns River Falls is a very popular tourist attraction as well as one of Jamaica's national treasures. This is one of the most beautiful areas on the island, the Spaniards call it "Las Chorreras", which means waterfalls or springs. This is a living and growing phenomenon and is always regenerating from the travertine rock which produces precipitation of calcium carbonate from the river. There is a small dome that is usually connected with thermal spring activity that is sometimes found in limestone caves. These features are what give Dunns River the unique characteristics and makes it the only one of its kind in the Caribbean. There are picnic tables and modern facilities for a more enjoyable trip to the falls and there was more parking and new roads built for easier access as well. Visitors can even climb the falls like a human chain with an experience Falls Guide leading the chain.

Caliche River Rafting Tours are a very exciting attraction for visitors to try while on the island of Jamaica. This tourist attraction is also a beautiful tourist destination and has very pristine waters to enjoy. They have river excursions and rainforest tours that show the beautiful mountains of Jamaica. These rivers are ready for beginners and expert all the same due to the river having to sections. Caliche River was first founded in 2001 and was ready to be shared with the rest of the world. These tours have high margin safety with first class life jackets, helmets, and highly trained guides. Their personable customer service has helped to make Caliche the largest whitewater rafting and kayaking company in the Caribbean. 

Cool Sailing in the Caribbean is a fun and relaxing way to spend a day in Jamaica. Cool Sailing has many different cruises such as the Dunns River Cruise, Soca Sunset Cruise, and Cool Runnings. The Dunns River Cruise is a cruise of relaxation and freestyle. It is known as a "Sail through Paradise" on the Trimaran. On the Soca Sunset Cruise visitors get to experience a taste of Jamaica in the evening. Its a blend of romance and party vibes all at the same time. Aboard the Cool Runnings Cruise visitors will experience a party on the waters of Jamaica. This is the biggest and most exciting Carnival Party on the water with dancers in full costumes and a full open bar ready to serve.

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The Ward Theater in Jamaica

Things to do and see in Jamaica

The Ward Theater in Kingston, Jamaica was first built in 1912 by a man named Charles James Ward. On December 16 of 1912, Charles presented the theater to the Mayor and Council of the City. The Ward Theater gets it's funding from the J. Wray and Nephew company and this has been the third theater standing on this same property since 1775. The first theater standing was called the Kingston Theater but it was destroyed by a fire and the second theater was the Theatre Royal but was destroyed by an earthquake in 1907. The auditorium in the theater is three levels and it is centrally air controlled. The theater is mainly used for performing arts and civics events. There are about 830 seats total in the theater and hold more than 100,000 people every year. The very first performance in the Ward Theater was Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance on December 19th through the 21st of 1912.

The Blue Mountains in Jamaica is the islands most blue colored mountains and rise so high that they are at an elevation of more than 7,000 feet. When Columbus discovered Jamaica the mountains were covered in trees and forest. The Blue Mountains are 194,000 acres total and is also the location of the John Crow Mountain national Park that was first founded in 1992. This national park preserves some of the forest that still remains and it also helps protect the islands largest watershed. Although the actual park only takes up 6 percent of the mountains. The peak of the Blue Mountains is at 7402 feet and there are many hiking trails available for anyone who is interested. Any hotel you are staying in can help you arrange your trip to the Blue Mountains.

Kingston, Jamaica is the famous place where the Bob Marley Museum is located. This museum includes memorials, tributes, and exhibits all dedicated to Bob Marley and his music. The museum is held in the former residence and recording studio of Bob Marley himself. Marley was born in the northern part of Jamaica and was the son of a white British naval officer and a black Jamaican. Bob Marley is known as a legendary reggae artist and is known all over the world for his musical talents. He is known all over Jamaica as a national hero. Bob Marley died from cancer in 1981 at the young age of 36. His museum celebrates his life and music with an exhibit hall and theater. His bedroom in his house which is also the museum has been preserved just the way he left it and there is a statue of Marley in the front yard.   

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