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Things To Do In Jamaica
There are many unique, fun and exciting things to do in Jamaica. Stuff that you would have otherwise overlook or taken from granted. But in Jamaica, these could actually turn out to be the best part of your trip.
I already presented you my Top 5 Places to Visit in Jamaica- take a look at those when you get a chance.
Now, top those off with these five (5) warm, unique yet fulfilling ideas.
Any combination of these could be the perfect icing on the cake for your trip!
- Visit a Rural School [highly recommended]
Meet the kids and see what the teachers are doing with the little they have.
I would suggest that you start with the basic (kindergarten) schools. Almost all communities have basic schools, check with your local tour guide.
- Explore Jamaica's fauna - especially the birds!
Jamaica currently boast over 200 species of birds, twenty five of which are endemic to the island and another 21 sub species are found nowhere else!
A good place to start would be at the RockLands's Bird Sanctuary. Visitors are given the opportunity to feed the birds with their hands! You may also read more on Jamaica's Plants & Animals HERE.
- Religious? Attend one of the local churches
We have many christian religions in Jamaica, almost all the conventional ones, as well as protestants.
You can also find other non-tranditional Jamaican religions here, including Islam, Hinduism and African religions.
- Ice Cream Anyone?
Ask for and be sure to have a 'Devon House' Ice Cream. It is now favourite for Jamaicans. Also, experience the delectable Fried Fish & Bammy or peppered Shrimp from the south coast. Read more on Jamaican Food here.
- Visit one of our famous historical sites
The infamous Rose Hall Great House tour is one of the best!
And here is a bonus of three (3)!
- Play Golf & Watersports!- (or learn them)
See golf courses in Jamaica.
You can also read more on Jamaica's sports here when you get a chance.
- Experience one of Jamaica's exciting food festivals
Today we have breadfruit festival, curry festival, jerk festival, shrimp festival, crab festival, pork festival and even chicken back festival!
One highly popular and well managed one is the annual Westmoreland Curry Festival, held at the Mannings' School in the parish of Westmoreland - near Negril area.
- Visit One Of Jamaica's Historical Museum
A direct way to learn and experience much of the history of Jamaica. You can find real artifacts from way back in the days.
More on Jamaica's museums here.
May I also suggest you take a look at the other exciting tourist attractions in Kingston? Of course, take a look at them right here.
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