Kingston vibrates with the reggae vibe of urban Jamaica, an intense kaleidoscope of color, sound and history. Rain-watered greenery wraps the flanks of the Blue Mountains to the northeast, while water vessels creak, glide and sputter in Kingston's natural harbor, a bustling port. Spend a day in the city, a night enjoying live jazz on the town and get background for the rest of your island tour.
For splendid beaches, time on the water and a bit of golf, look no further than Montego Bay on the northwest coast. Manicured resorts line the shores of this urban area, while exotic jungle pads interior mountains, scored by the swirling waters of the Great River, setting the scene for beautiful Caribbean sunsets.
In Ocho Rios be prepared for lively nights and busy days. Get up to beat on reggae facts at Reggae Xplosion in town before making your evening debut or wander the grounds of Shaw Park Gardens to get in to your own Caribbean groove. Just don't forget to cruise along easy with the island beat.
The road ribbons high around the green flanks of plush mountains, winding past startling views of white surf, rocky promontories and the picturesque bays of Jamaica's northeast coast. Port Antonio is this regions "big" city, a relaxed banana port with a handful of historic sights and a languid ambiance. Explore the crumbling ruins of Folly Mansion and views from the lawns of Folly Point Lighthouse after exhausting your shopping needs at Port Antonio markets.
If you think that the beautiful beaches of the Bahamas' north islands are magic, wait till you take in the historic Obeah of Cat Island, the seemingly endless blue hole on Long Island or fall under the spell of a secluded south-Bahaman sunset.
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