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Rockland Bird Sanctuary Tour from Montego Bay
"The Rockland Bird Sanctuary is home to many species of birds some endemic to Jamaica while others flew to the Island from other countries and make Jamaica their home. The bird sanctuary is located in the hills of a small community called Anchovy approximately a 20-minute drive from the the city of Montego Bay. The tour can last for 45 minutes to over 1 hour depending on the group's interest. Bird lovers will find this tour very fascinating as many different birds will fly from trees to the groun the national bird of Jamaica are part of a special experience as you sit with a bottle of their favorite drink wait for them to perch on your outstretched finger while you feed them from the bottle. Next you will take a walk through the garden with the guide to see the different trees and herbs before the tour ends. There is an optional portion of the tour where after the tour of Rockland Bird Sanctuary you will be taken to ""Hip-Strip"" in Montego B
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Private Tour: Rio Bueno River Rafting and Rocklands Bird Sanctuary in Jamaica
"This tour is a great family friendly tour. Raft down the Rio Bueno river in Trelawny Jamaica. The river is located just 20 minutes away from the Falmouth cruise port and 35 minutes from the Ocho Rios cruise port. Here you have the options to go rafting tubing river boarding or kayaking!Just bring your water gear and and a sense of adventure and you are all set.Next the tour goes to the Rocklands Bird Sanctuary which is famous for its large variety of birds that you can see on the property. The"""Experience rafting or feeding the hummingbirds in Jamaica with a private tour guide! Raft down the Rio Bueno River located near Falmouth and then visit the Rocklands Bird Sanctuary! This private tour includes a professional guide along with hotel pickup from Montego Bay and Negril."
From $85.00
 
Montego Bay Beach and City Tour
"Upon getting picked up from your cruise ship or hotel your expert tour guide will first take the group to the city of Montego Bay. You'll make a short stop at Highlight Cafe to look out over the city prior to entering. Your guide will describe the sights along the way and stop to explore if guests request s you'll travel to the Hip-Strip and the world famous Margaritaville a stop at the beach and then grab lunch (not included in price) and enjoy the water slide before heading back to guests' ship or hotel. This total trip is about 4 hours and may be a shared service."""This is a two-in-one tour that will pick you up from your ship port or hotel. A very knowledgeable tour guide will keep you out of the dark by putting words to the beautiful images that you and your camera see along the way. This small group tour can be c
From $41.00

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Simple packing for jamaica

If you can pack just a carry on.. this is the way to go. Avoid the lines and confusion at the airport.. I over packed when I went, but being my 1st trip to Jamaica I wasnt to sure.I found that I wore...
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What to Wear on an Island Adventure

daypack for beach/hiking Shorts, comfortable walking shoes, flip-flops for the beach, a pair of AquaSox for climbing waterfalls (and for the communal showers at the beach), lightweight rain...
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Casual and comfortable

You'll find that casual dress is appropriate for all but the most formal restaurants in Jamaica, and is certainly the way to go during the day. Temperatures are pleasant all year round so cotton...
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Less is not more, it's just less.

Bring an extra suitcase or duffel bag as it's expensive to try to pick one up there. Summer wear only. Only a few restaurants will require a man to wear a jacket, so I'd pass on that. Shoes are...
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Be prepared!

Make sure your luggage locks. Keep your valuables out of your luggage. sandles, runners, comfortable clothes, bathing suit. 1 nice outfit for dinner and something sexy for the club! goldbond anti itch...
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~ Dont Forget These Items ~

Make sure you attach something bright to your luggage so you recognise it easily at Montego Bay airport as we found it a nightmare trying to find our cases as they all looked the same. Bring some...
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Bring heavy duty sunscreen

Bring what ever you want but you won't need much. Cotton is the coolest fabric to wear. Short, tops, swimwear, cover-up and sandals will be about all you need here unless you are staying at a resort....
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Pack light

Jamaica enjoys a pleasant climate and is warm the year round. Lightweight clothes are therefore in order, although perhaps a sweater for nights may be in order, although I never needed one. I found...
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A couple minor packing details

Pack very light. It's warm year round. A jacket or sweatshirt for a rare cool night during winter MAY be useful. Tshirts, shorts, wet/dry light walking sandals, Nike makes a great cheap one Mosquito...
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Take food and repellents!

Make sure they are very securely closed...our locks were nowhere to be found after both plane journeies! 'Water shoes' if you want to climb up the Dunn's River falls (although our trainers were fine)....
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Good things to bring on a beach vacation

If you are planning on visiting any of the falls or wading out into the water (lots of sea urchins-ouch!), a good pair of aqua shoes is a good investment. I saw lots of people wearing their tennis...
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Pack light

Take as little as possible. Make for less of a hassle at the air port Take a good pair of shoes and a pair of sandals. Anything else you may need for clothing can be purchased very inexpensively Take...
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Pack light!

You probably aren't going to do much back-packing, so bring something with wheels. That should do fine for you. Pack light clothes! Lots of shorts, tee-shirts, sun dresses, BATHING SUITS!, tevas, etc....
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Sun Block is a must here

Leave room in your suit case for Tie-Dye T-Shirts, Rum, and Island Wood Carvings. Bring a hat, think hot, hot, hot!!!No heavy clothes needed. More than one bathing suit a must have. If you plan to...
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Popular Cities in Jamaica

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Negril

Parish of Westmoreland
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Ocho Rios

Parish of Saint Ann
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Montego Bay

Parish of Saint James
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Runaway Bay

Parish of Saint Ann
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Kingston

Jamaica
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Port Antonio

Parish of Portland
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Top Hotels in Jamaica

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Norman Manley Blvd, Negril, Jamaica, Caribbean
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St. Mary, (Previously Couples Ocho Rios), Ocho Rios, Jamaica
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Route A1 Round Hill Bluff, PO Box 64, Montego Bay, Jamaica, Caribbean
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17 Waterloo Road, Kingston, Jamaica, Caribbean
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58 Main Street, North Coast Hwy, St. Ann, Runaway Bay, Jamaica, Caribbean
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122 Skippers Blvd, Port Antonio, Jamaica
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Top Things to Do in Jamaica

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Rick's Cafe

Me and my wife Amy recently decided to go on the Negril Sunset Day Tour with Travel Around Jamaica Tours from the Beaches Resort in Montego Bay. And were extremely pleased with the amazing customer...
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Dunn's River Falls

It's the top attraction of Ocho Rios, and maybe of Jamaica. Advertised as among the most famous falls in the world, we must be aware that it comes from the fun of climbing it, and not for its...
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Doctor's Cave Club

This beach club is just what the doctor ordered...seriously...some docter liked the place so much he bought it and then donated it back to the city of Montego Bay. And after spending three days...
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Rafting Rio Grande

Jamaica's original tourist excursions began off the banana boats at Port Antonio. Noel Coward and Errol Flynn soon found that the rafts used to bring the bananas down to port were a great way to...
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Snorkeling

While I didn't see anything terribly exotic, we did spot a few stingrays near our resort in very shallow water within easy reach from the beach at the end of the resort (currently the clothing...
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Dolphin Cove

I've been to Dolphin Cove a number of times and it never gets old! The most special thing I've ever done there is swim with the dolphins and have two of them propel me into the air a few feet high. It...
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"Jamaica-love it or hate it!"
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toonsarah

"“No problem, mon”"
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Heavens-Mirror

"~ Jamaica The Island Of Paradise ~"
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"Island of surprises"
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"Jamaica"
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