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8 Music Festivals to Experience in Jamaica

Music, especially reggae music, is the heartbeat of Jamaica. The island’s musical roots date back to the 1600s, when the English first colonized the island and brought Africans slaves to the region. Since then, Jamaican […]

Tamara Morin-Harding Brings New Life to Fallen Trees

by Rachel Barret Two years ago, local advertising maven, mother of two and well-loved bon vivant Tamara Morin-Harding decided that she would approach her 40th birthday and new empty nest household with an unconventional shift […]

24 Hours in Kingston

By Sadeke Brooks Tap into the pulse of Jamaica’s energetic capital and discover history and natural beauty in one day. 8:00 a.m. Discover hidden waterfalls A great way start to your day is to dive […]

Shop These Locally Made Souvenirs in Jamaica

By Kinisha Correia These 100 percent made-in-Jamaica products are must-haves. Each exudes the unique vibe and spirit of Jamaican culture in its own way. Story & Myth’s wildly popular line of blessing beads, malas (prayer […]

Sandals Montego Bay Elevates the Five-star Holiday With Overwater Bungalows

By Emma Sharp Dalton-Browny What has become common in lavish vacation spots in the East is now gracing our beautiful waters in the West. Imagine staying in a one-bedroom villa beyond the beach, right above […]

Calendar Spotlight: MoBay Jerk Festival 2017

With many restaurants specialising in jerk, including the famous Scotchies and several jerk festivals such as the Boston Jerk & Music Festival (formerly the Portland Jerk Festival) held annually in Jamaica or the many jerk […]

Port Antonio: Jerk Chicken 101

As synonymous with Jamaica as Red Stripe beer and Usain Bolt, jerk embodies the flavours and spice of the Jamaican people.  Boston Beach, a small coastal community on Jamaica’s north coast, is not only home […]

Culinary Tours: Explore the Savoury Tastes of Jamaica in the Blue Mountains

In 2015 the Blue and John Crow Mountains made UNESCO’s World Heritage List, honoured for its natural offerings and role in history as a place of refuge for both indigenous Taínos and the escaped slave […]

5 Ways to Get in Touch With Mother Nature in Jamaica

By Alicia Loredo Jamaica should definitely be on any nature-lovers’ bucket list of places to visit. From striking views of the Caribbean to finding peace within its plethora of relaxing locations, feel the serenity that […]

Fun and Flavourful: The Jamaica Food and Drink Festival

By Alicia Loredo On October 26, there will be a whole lot of mouth-watering goodness happening in Kingston thanks to the Jamaica Food and Drink Festival. The Jamaican gastronomic experience will showcase an array of […]