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The Blue Mountains

by Bobby Williams
(St. Andrew, Jamaica)

Road Sign leading the way to Prince Valley Guest House in the Blue Mountains.

Road Sign leading the way to Prince Valley Guest House in the Blue Mountains.

Contest Entry #32 - The Blue Mountains



The Blue Mountains are amazing! Everyone loves the beaches of Jamaica but coffee country in the hills of Jamaica is something that should not be missed.

The hills offer you a place to completely relax, sip some of the best coffee on the planet and enjoy the beauty of nature.

Hollywell National Park offers wonderful hiking trails with breath taking views. A paradise for birdwatchers, horticulturalists and photographers.

Find out about the famous Blue Mountain coffee by taking a tour at one of the local coffee estates.

So...next time your in Jamaica grab your camera, head for the hills and follow the road signs to Prince Valley Guest House!

Discover the "other" Jamaica.


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