Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park Attractions
Blessedly abbreviated on signposts to BJCMNP, this nature preserve covers the eastern end of the island, between Kingston on the south shore and Port Antonio on the north.
Its almost 200,000 acres of wilderness rise to the island's highest point, Blue Mountain Peak, at 7,402 feet above sea level. This area is a wonderland of tropical mist forests and primordial ferns, of witchcraft beans and pines, of gullies and skinny terraces where hardy farmers grow the famed Blue Mountain coffee. Source: Concierge.com 5/1/2009
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