I'm coming to Jamaica to celebrate my 50th birthday in June.
What is the best spot to spend an entire week, Where I can incorporate a visit to Spanish Town, and how would I get there from the spot where I'm staying?
: by W.Gayle Jan-21-2009
A hearty congratulation on your golden
years!. That's what they say - (10 is tin, 25 silver and 50 gold etc.)
Good for you though.
The best spot depends on what type of activity (or lack of it) you are expecting.Negril
i for example is always have a buzz, Montego Bay
- been the tourist capital (and Ocho Rios
) also have lots of tours, sightseeing etc.
Take a look at this page.https://www.my-island-jamaica.com/vacation_in_jamaica.html
for more insights.
In terms of getting to Spanish Town, it really doesn’t' matter where you are, remember Jamaica is just about 146 miles from one end of the island to the other.
Here are some tips about how to choose your Jamaican tour guide
Again, I wish you the very best Andrea.
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