The Caribbean has a cluster of over 7000 islands and the dream destination for visitors from other parts of the world. Blessed with a wealth of natural beauty, cool, azure waters, white sandy beaches, and a choice of activities and sports, a visit to the Caribbean can be like a breath of fresh air and could leave you breathless. Of the many lovely islands, picturesque Jamaica stands out as a pearl.
Brother Crush – phenomenon in Jamaica’s Culture
BrotherCrush is going to be launched somewhere in June/July of 2018 and it features sexual intercourse between hung stepbrothers. Sounds crazy? Yes, it does! And guess what. Jamaica loves this kind of stuff! Given that fantasy family sexual relations are on top of adult entertainment now you can expect these buddies to have plenty of fun!
Jamaica – The Land Of Reggae
The tropical island of Jamaica is considered the heart of the Caribbean for a good reason. This lush green island is culturally rich and literally vibrates with reggae music. Add on some beautiful beaches, luxurious resorts, friendly people, and a perfectly mild climate – what more could you ask for! For many regular visitors, Jamaica is paradise – on earth.
The Most Remarkable Places To Visit In Jamaica
Jamaica is much more than just the resorts and the beaches. A journey across the island will allow you to appreciate and experience the various cultural influences on Jamaica. There have been Asian, European, and of course, African ancestors. Visit historic Falmouth, the thriving Montego Bay, the agricultural community of Hollywood movie ‘Cocktail’- fame Port Antonio, the mountain town of Mandeville, scenic Ocho Rios, and the laid-back city of Negril. Every place has a character of its own.
The Best Activities To Do In Jamaica
If you enjoy being outdoors and are adventurous, Jamaica has you spoilt for choice. Get ready for the thrill of swimming, jumping, or simply sitting under a cascading, 7-tier YS Waterfall. There are rope swings for the adventurous. Bob sledding, ATV, zip lining, hiking, biking, bamboo rafting, crocodile-sighting (for the brave-hearted only!), tours on the catamaran, cliff diving (again, for expert divers only), and relaxing boat tours with a sumptuous dinner on the beach are some of the most popular activities to do in Jamaica.
Shopping in Jamaica
If you wish to really draw in the essence of Jamaican culture, go shopping. The diverse and unique culture of Jamaica, the enthusiasm of the vendors, the sheer variety of products, and the art of negotiating will leave you speechless. Kingston Craft Market boasts of souvenirs crafted from wood and straw by the local craftsmen. Island Village has stalls and restaurants with bars. For wood carvings, palm-baskets, and woven hats, head to the Harbor Street Craft Market. There are similar markets in Negril, Port Antonio, and Ocho Rios.