Saturday, May 22, 2010

Vacation to Montego Bay Jamaica

Montego Bay is the second largest city of Jamaica. Montego Bay is widely known as MoBay. Miles and miles of steamy beaches surround the city. There is an international airport at Montego Bay; therefore, tourists from all over the world can come here by air.

The location of the city is eye-catching and beautiful. Montego Bay Jamaica Vacation offers a nice opportunity to explore various scenic places of Montego Bay. A visit to the city offers excellent beaches, charming mountains and an array of beach activities.

There are many tourist attractions near Montego Bay. Doctor’s Cave Beach is one of the most appealing beaches of Montego Bay. The beach is famous for white sands, navy seashores and abundance of bars and restaurants. The beach is wide spread over five-miles of land and it is the perfect place for swimming and enjoying various water sports because the waters of the are plain and calm. You can get changing rooms there as well to change your clothes. The beach is quite suitable for a families.

If you want to laze around in sun, sand and sea then start your Montego Bay Jamaica Vacation from the Cornwall Beach. This scenic beach is always packed by visitors and it is surrounded by fair, smooth and sugary sands. The waters are clean and placid, so you can enjoy swimming here and it is an ideal place to take the whole family.

Tourists can also enjoy rafting during Montego Bay Jamaica Vacation. Martha Brae’s village is famous for river rafting. Sitting on a raised dais of bamboo logs you can see the picturesque glory of the river.

Montego Bay is the home for many resorts and beachfront hotels. It is also famous as the hub of the Jamaican tourism and marketplace for a massive part of western Jamaica. The city of Montego houses both ancient and modern constructions. Walter Fletcher Beach is one of the most famous beaches of the city. The beach is always full with travelers and visitors.

A large number of tourists come here to relish various beach activities and water sports like scuba diving, windsurfing, water sailing and other water sports.

Do not miss a visit to the Rose Hall, during your Montego Bay Jamaica Vacation. The Rose Hall is the most popular Grand House of Montego. The house is completely re-established on a sugar plantation. The construction of this historical house is eye-catching and it is the symbol of the architectural marvels of olden Jamaica.

Rocklands Feeding Station is another worth visiting spot at South of Montego. The Rocklands is dwelling to some of the migrant birds in the world. You can get here some of the rare species of birds like Doctor Bird, the national bird of Jamaica, mango hummingbird and the orange quit. Visitors can give food to the birds here.

The Ipswich Caves are located in the dense mountain woods. You have to pass through coconut and banana grooves to reach the caves. All the caves are carved from limestone and all of them are beautiful and eye-catching. Enjoy Montego Bay Jamaica Vacation visiting the beaches and exploring the beauty of the place.

Amazing Beaches in Jamaica

Jamaica is the third largest islet in the Caribbean, located just south of Cuba. Jamaican hospitality is well known all over the world. As well, the islet is famous for rum, music, coffee and many picturesque beaches. There are many beaches near Jamaica. You can visit some Jamaican beaches during your Jamaica tours.

The beaches in Jamaica are amazing and worth visiting. Some major Jamaican beaches are Doctor’s Cave Beach, Seven Mile Beach, Boston Bay Beach, Treasure Beach, Cornwall Beach, Fairy Hill Beach, Hellshire Beach, James Bond Beach and Mallards Beach. On the beaches of Jamaica, you can laze around in the rich sunlight, can observe the unending sea or can taste a sip of unusual hot drinks. Resting on the sunny sands is always a nice experience.

Tourists can enjoy various beach activities on the beaches of Jamaica. You can have water sailing, windsurfing, parasailing and scuba diving on these beaches. All the beaches serve as a haven for swimmers and adventure lovers. Deep-water fishing facility is also available on some of the beaches. Location of the beaches is so charming and gorgeous that you will forget everything while observing the glory of the nature here.

Ocho Rios is one of the popular Jamaican beaches. The beach is famous for Blue Mountains, the kingdom of flora and fauna. The mountains are full with dense plantations of coffee and you can taste here the world famous coffee during your visit. Mallard beach is another beautiful beach in this region, which is sited in the center of Ocho Rios. The beach is surrounded by many hotels. The specialty of this beach is that the beach is untouched by modern civilization; therefore, it is the perfect place getting away from the workloads of daily life.

Grande Beach is an eye-catching community beach on Jamaica's rich shores. The beach is not far from the colonized areas of Jamaica, yet the people do not heavily occupy it. The scenery of Grande Beach increases the gory of it.

Boston Bay Beach is located near Port Antonio. The beach is known for white sands, plain waters and grand jerk pork stands. This beach has the biggest waves in Jamaica, and you can hire surfboards here to enjoy surfing. Cornwall Beach is one of the most famous Jamaican beaches.

The beach is located near the Montego Bay and it is surrounded by smooth, pasty, sugary sand. Doctor’s Cave Beach is famous for five-mile stretch of fair sand. Water of the sea is easygoing and suitable for swimming. The beach houses some changing rooms and a bar and it is one of the perfect spots to enjoy vacation with your family.

Negril beaches are famous for many reasons. Seven Mile Beach is the major attraction of Negril. This picturesque beach is extended 7-miles beside the west coast and golden sands cover it. The beach is suitable for the whole family to enjoy various beach activities. Yet there are some nudist patches where you will find all the tourists naked.

Thus, Jamaican beaches are full off various beach activities and one should not miss a them while visiting the islands of West Indies.

Monday, March 16, 2009

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