Immerse yourself in Jamaica’s natural beauty

White River rafting in Ocho Rios

The island of Jamaica is a nature lover’s paradise. Blessed with endless beaches, hidden coves, secluded waterfalls and forested hills, visitors are rightly impressed by the country’s coastline and interior. Here’s where you need to go if you’re keen to immerse yourself in Jamaica’s natural beauty. Hike in the beautiful Blue Mountains Jamaica’s longest mountain … Read more

Which Caribbean islands are safest to visit right now?

KLM plane flying over Maho Beach in St. Marteen

The COVID-19 crisis is not letting go. In fact, as you likely know the number of infections is growing rapidly across the globe. This is a terrible situation for the tourism industry of the Caribbean, for which 2020 has already been the most difficult year in decades. While 2021 is not looking promising either, there … Read more

Discovering The History Of Chocolate And It’s Link To The Caribbean

Mayan chocolate

Chocolate, a word that brings smiles on the faces, is one of the world’s favorite edible. The chocolate industry is worth a $100 billion globally. The history of chocolate dates back to the ancient Mayans, and the ancient Olmec of Southern Mexico. In the historical view, chocolate was a little like the product of today. … Read more

The huge impact of COVID-19 on the Caribbean way of life

People of the Caribbean are known for their resilience. After all, few other populations have faced a constant risk of life threatening hurricanes the way people of this region have. Yet, COVID-19 has brought threats to the islands unlike any before and these may be impossible to overcome in the short and medium term. Whereas … Read more

Top Jamaica Tours and Activities Region by Region

ATV riders from Jam West Sport

Beautiful Jamaica is a top tourist destination for international travelers in search of adventures, beaches, activities and tours. What many visitors don’t realize is that Jamaica is the third largest island in the Caribbean after Cuba and Hispaniola. It is 146 miles (235km) long and covers over 4,200 square miles. With winding roads and speed … Read more