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By Paris Permenter, John Bigley

This go back and forth advisor walks with the adventurous visitor to the guts of Jamaica, to the miles of sand seashores, to the rugged Blue Mountains, to the rustic villages that offer a peek on the actual Jamaica. The authors specialize in the adventures this renowned Caribbean island has to supply: scuba diving alongside coral reefs, cycling mountain trails, deep sea fishing, parasailing, windsurfing, horseback driving, and different adventures that variety from light to wild. designated sections comprise a glance at Jamaica's Meet the folk application, domestic visits, neighborhood nightspots, fairs, and extra. Maps and images liven up the down-to-earth textual content.

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It is used in many desserts or, in its green stage, in chutneys and stews. Nutmeg. The tree grows naturally throughout the island and produces a seed, called the nutmeg. The red stringy covering around the seed is called mace. Okra. This vegetable of African origins is used in many stews and soups. Ortanique. This hybrid of the orange and the tangerine was developed in Mandeville in the 1900s. Otaheiti apple. This apple looks like a small, red pear. It was introduced to Jamaica from Tahiti by the crew of the Bounty, and today you’ll see it on many breakfast buffet spreads.

Drax Hall Kite Festival, Drax Hall, Ocho Rios This Easter Monday event showcases all types of kites produced locally and internationally. % 876-972-9607. Trelawny Yam Festival, Trelawny This annual event is pure fun. There’s a street parade, best-dressed donkey competition, goat competition, culinary contest, yam farmers’ competition and more. % 876-610-0818. Treasure Beach Off Road Triathlon, Treasure Beach This yearly event includes a 400-meter swim, an 18K mountain bike race and a 4K run. com.

Boxing Day Festivals The Jamaica Tourist Board offers information, including dates, for all of the events listed here. Call them at % 800-JAMAICA. n January Accompong Maroon Festival, St. Elizabeth This event, held on January 6, celebrates the Maroon culture. Festivities date back to the 19th century and commemorate the Maroon uprising against the English. There are feasts, blowing of the Abeng (a wind instrument), and playing of the Maroon drums. This unique festival is little attended by travelers, but is a good event if you’re looking to get off the beaten path.

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