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What Is The Best Part Of Jamaica To Visit?

what is the best part of jamaica to visit?

You are already sold on Jamaica. Yes, it might be the jewel of the Caribbean with its prestine white sand beaches, luxurious hotels, great food and fantastic weather all round, but with all that, what is the best part of Jamaica to visit - the very best?

I've taken that question and answered it below.

what is the best part of Jamaica to visit?


ANSWER: by Wellesley

Hi there!

Thanks for asking!

I take it that you are looking for fun, unique and exciting attractions in Jamaica, rather than places to stay right?

If you are curious to know which is the best city to stay in Jamaica, read this article for my recommendation, and whatever you do, don't miss my response post on Montego Bay versus Negril.

Now back to you question...

I might be a bit biased, but off the bat I'll tell you that the best part of Jamaica to visit is in the hills Westmoreland, my hometown - no joke!

We have...

  • safe environment
  • the best views!
  • the tastiest fruits (and crops) in season!
  • hardworking and real friendly people!
  • and authentic food!


Truly #TheRealJamaica experience!

It remains my most sought after activity here and also my little exhale when the city life gets a bit too busy :-)

Outside of that though, I shared some really great places to visit, from the famous ones to the uncharted and undiscovered.

So, start with these please: my TOP 5 recommended, which are all proven and popular for new and repeat visitors to the island.

But don't stop there, scroll down towards the end, and you'll find some other hidden gems, over thirty five (35) more! recommended by persons who have been here before.

Then, take a look at these unsual and fun places to go in Jamaica as well - all suggested by persons like you. You'll notice several fun places on the south-coast of Jamaica listed there.

And finally, take a quick peek at the places that were recommended in our best attraction in Jamaica contest. It is a few years now, but they are still golden!

I hope this helps!

Of course, if you have any further questions, or need to speak to me directly, please don't hesitate to send me a note here.

Thanks again for your question! And happy vacationing!

As usual, I welcome your comments here.


Regards,
WG

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A patriotic Jamaican who adore its culture, Wellesley has been using this medium to share what he calls 'the uniqueness of Jamaica with the world' since April 2007.  

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