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Little Bay Cabins Jamaica Steps Up To Travelers’ Desires
by Mike Shea
(Little Bay, Jamaica)
Little Bay Cabins
Little London, Jamaica - November 17, 2014
Tourism is a vital part of Jamaica’s economy but some tourists are asking for a more authentic Jamaican experience.
Popular ambassadors like Bob Marley and Usain Bolt have done a great deal in promoting the small island in the Caribbean.
Famous reggae singer Bob Marley whenever he speaks about Jamaica paints a lovely picture of a little island where the people live by the beach, drinking coconut water and are carefree.
So when one thinks of having an authentic Jamaican experience the furthest thing that should come to mind is checking into an expensive hotel and fine dining.
The first thought that should creep into the minds of people is being outdoors, enjoying the beach and the Jamaican culture…nothing that reminds them of home.
This seems to be the idea behind Little Bay Cabins resort in Jamaica.
“Most of our guests are interested in experiencing the real Jamaica. We get people who love meeting and talking to locals and chilling in a cabins on the beach” says Keisha, resort manager.
Little Bay Cabins is a small cabin resort found in Little Bay, Jamaica. Most of the cabins on site are right by the beach.
Guests can literally hear the ebb and flow of the sea which creates a calm and relaxing environment, something you won’t experience at home.
Not the typical hotel room indeed, none of the cabins come with televisions or the typical furniture. Instead you will find a cosy bed, a small table and chair which is all you really need on this authentic Jamaican vacation.
In accordance with providing an authentic Jamaican experience Little Bay Cabin’s all provides authentic Jamaica dishes.
On the menu you will find things like jerk chicken, ackee and saltfish, rice and peas, fresh fish, curried conch and lobster. Guests also love the smoothies, homemade roti wraps and banana chips.
If you are the adventurous type there are tons of adventures and activities to embark on.
Activities includes kayaking on the beautiful blue sea, venturing into the woods leading into the dark bat cave, taking the Bob Marley tour, splashing in the cave where it was said that the legendary Bob Marley used to swim in or diving in the 25 foot blue hole which is about 15 minutes away from the cabins.
Indeed it seems as though Little Bay Cabin motto is "providing an authentic Jamaican experience".
The food, the location and the overall experience will have you appreciating the little island of Jamaica.
Click Here to read My-Island-Jamaica.com's independent review of Little Bay Cabins.
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