Reggae music was born in Kingston 12, Jamaica.

Reggae is a musical genre born in Jamaica in the late 1960s. The term also refers to the modern popular music of Jamaica and its diaspora. [1] Toots and the Metals’ 1968 single “Do the Reggae” was the first popular song to use the word “reggae”, effectively naming the genre and throughout the world. Presented […]

The Trench Town Culture Yard in Kingston Jamaica.

Jamaica Kingston: How to Shake the Earth 3 The slum called Trench Town (ghetto) is the most insecure place in Jamaica, but it’s ridiculous at night but you can’t walk. It’s a place that locals don’t want to get close to, so I could only charter a taxi to get in. If you go to […]

10 places to visit in Kingston, Jamaica

With half of Jamaica’s 27,000 people, Kingston is a growing metropolis surrounded by mountains in the north and coastline in the south. Like major cities, the surrounding area is in extreme socio-economic conditions and has a violent reputation in some areas, but Kingston is well worth a visit. While you’re there, you’ll find that sometimes […]

Black River is the longest river in Jamaica.

The Black River is one of the longest rivers in Jamaica. With a length of 53.4 km (33.2 mi), the Black River was considered to be Jamaica’s longest river until the Rio Minho River was confirmed to be 92.8 km long the name Black River, which means “Black River”, comes from the fact that the […]

Five unique caves in Jamaica.

Jamaica is known for its beaches and natural attractions all over the world. With Negri and Montego Bay, this Caribbean island nation is a great destination for beach enthusiasts and vacationers, especially those interested in all-inclusive resorts. Jamaica’s unique landscape stems from its volcanic nature, with large limestone plateaus covering almost 70% of the island. […]

What is the story behind Port Royal in Jamaica?

Port Royal is a town on the south coast of Jamaica. It was originally colonized by the Spaniards, but was attacked and captured in English in 1655. Port Royal is a pirate and pirate welcomed by the need of defenders for their natural harbor and important status. Port Royal was never the same after the […]

The Green Grotto Caves in Jamaica is very interesting.

Who spends the day exploring caves? The green cave is so fascinating in the picture that I decided to bravely face the bats and snakes and spend some time exploring some of Jamaica’s mythical subways. I’ve been to the cave a couple of times now, but when I’m climbing rocks and under limestone and wandering […]

The life of a fisher man in Rocky Point, Clarendon, Jamaica.

His eyes were sagging and he was encountering critical trouble adjusting on a moving bike. He was a genuinely enormous friend that was too little to even consider fitting his body. The wheels of the bike were obviously under tension. An elderly person remaining by the roadside stated, “Cave Watch Dar One Yar.” “Yuhgwaan ride […]

Dunn’s River Falls is a Jamaican Gem.

Jamaica is blessed with abundant water, including numerous Cascade Waterfalls where you can actually climb the waterfalls. The most famous is the Dan River Falls, near Ocho Rios on the north coast. The Dan River Waterfall is 1000 feet high and the rocks are stepped like stairs. The lagoons are scattered in the rocks. This […]