If you are in the market for an escape from the everyday, and
would like to take an affordable vacation, then you'll need to
look no further than the island of Jamaica to satisfy all your
desires. Jamaica has a great variety of activities that you and
your family can enjoy. Everything from whitewater rafting
and waterfall climbing, to watersports, horseback riding and jungle
tours. If you are an adventurous traveler, Jamaica has what you're
But don't think that adventure is all that Jamaica has to offer.
There is plenty of peace, quiet and relaxation to be had in Jamaica
as well. How about relaxing days spent in a peaceful villa on
Negril Beach? Or watching spectacular sunsets from your balcony
overlooking the sea? You can have all this and more when you choose
to stay in a villa in Jamaica.
Negril has long been an attraction for honeymooners looking for
a romantic setting, and if you've ever seen Negril, then you'd
know why. negril is probably the most beautiful and memorable
places in Jamaica, and not only has it been an attraction for
honeymooners, but has been the backdrop for many a beach wedding
at sunset. And speaking of sunsets, Negril is famous for playing
host to the most spectacular displays you are likely to see anywhere.
Negril is situated on the western coast of Jamaica, and the views
it offers of the caribbean sea are truly breathtaking.
But Negril also has something for everyone in the family, and
that is why Negril has become a popular spot for family vacations
as well. Anancy
Fun Park in Negril is sure to entertain the kids as
well as offering a great time for the adults as well. The park
offers go-karts, amusment park rides and many other family-friendly
activities that are sure to keep the kids and adults alike entertained.
Jamaica also offers something for history buffs as well. Jamaica's
long history as a colony of numerous different powers has left
a storied and rich legacy. Still today, there are the remains
of historic forts and colonial sites throughout the island. Many
of these sites date back to the early 16th century, and stand
as testament to the island's history.
The Jamaica we know today began as a Spanish colony, eventually
becoming a posession of the British Empire. It remained under
British control until very recent times, when in the 1960's Jamaica
has finally granted it's independence, and began the long road
of developing it's self into a modern nation. Jamaica has made
great strides since those times of subjugation and slavery, and
still has much work to do, but the quality of life for the average
Jamaican has been steadily increasing decade by decade, and continues
to increase every year. Buoyed by an influx of tourism to it's
shores, the future of Jamaica looks bright, and it remains to
be seen just what the inhabitants of this rich caribbean culture
will create for themselves as they move forward into the 21st