Fort Montego in Montego Bay

Built in the early 1700s, Fort Montego is one of many forts built by the British to protect Jamaica’s coastline from Pirates, and the naval forces of the Spanish and French. Located just a few minutes from the Donald Sangster International Airport, and walking distance from Montego Bay’s hip-strip, the Fort is central and easy… Read More

Photo of Fron of Greenwood Great House

If you’re a lover of history or antiques, be sure to add the Greenwood Great House to your bucket list. Located about 15 miles from Montego Bay, this well-preserved Great House was built more than 200 years ago and is home to the finest collection of antique furniture in the Caribbean. It’s a Georgian-styled, 25-room… Read More

Sculpture at Emancipation Park

Nestled in the heart of urban New Kingston is one of Jamaica’s greatest historical treasures, Emancipation Park. It is themed a “Tribute to Freedom” and lives up to its theme visually with an 11ft bronze sculpture, named Redemption Song. The prominent sculpture at the entrance of the park is of a black male and female looking up… Read More

The Sam Sharpe Square, located in the center of Downtown Montego Bay, gives visitors a historical snapshot of Jamaica during the 1800s. It was originally named Charles Square, but was later renamed in honor of Sam Sharpe, a Jamaican National hero, and anti-slavery activist. The main attraction to the area is the monument, commemorating the… Read More

Konoko falls in Ocho Rios

I went to Konoko Falls in Ocho Rios to celebrate my daughters 7th birthday. Two weeks before, I had never even heard of this place, which is surprising since I spent much of my childhood exploring the parish of St. Ann. In a conversation with a friend, they mentioned that a local business person had… Read More

Annandale Estate Ocho Rios

My 6 year old daughter has done a few riding lessons at Annandale and I’ve always admired the property. So when I found out that they started offering tours to the public, I had to share it with my readers. It’s a 200+ year old great house sitting on over 600 acres of land. And… Read More

Wall at Culture Yard in Trenchtown, Kingston

Are you a Bob Marley fan? Have you ever been curious to find out just exactly who helped Bob Marley and under what circumstances did he become the world’s number one reggae artist? Where did it all begin for him? Who was his instructor and who mentored his abilities? Well, if I have fueled the… Read More

Picture of Devon House in Kingston Jamaica

Sitting on 11 acres of property, located in the heart of the country’s capital, Kingston, is one of Jamaica’s finest and leading Heritage Sites. This 127-year-old testimonial was built for Jamaica’s first black millionaire, Gorge Stiebel, the World Famous; Devon House! Devon House is one of Jamaica’s most celebrated landmarks, due to its rich history… Read More

Bob Marley Museum in Nine Mile

If you’re a “true” Bob Marley fan (who isn’t?), then you have to check out the Bob Marley Museum in 9 mile, St. Ann, Jamaica. It’s a hell of a ride through the hills, on some of the worst roads you’ll ever see. But once you get there, you’ll enjoy how crisp and fresh the… Read More

Green Grotto Caves in Discovery Bay

I finally made it to the Green Grotto Caves in Discovery Bay, Jamaica. I live about 5 minutes from this place. But for whatever reason, it took me all these years to finally make it inside. I had some family visiting from the UK so I figured we could all go and check it out… Read More

Croydon Plantation in Montego Bay

Croydon is a beautiful coffee and pineapple plantation located at the bottom of the Catadupa Mountains, near Montego Bay, Jamaica. The grounds at the Croydon Plantation are impeccably maintained and the panoramic views of the mountains are amazing. Your tastebuds will be nicely delighted here as you get to sample many exotic fruits.  You will… Read More

Rose Hall Great House in Montego Bay

Presently the Rose Hall Great House has been transformed into a tour site as well as a museum which is used to show the history of slavery as well as the famous legendary story of the white witch of Rose Hall which is Annie Palmer. This has attracted a number of tourists to the house… Read More

Bob Marley Museum in Kingston

The Bob Marley Museum is former residence and studio of the legendary reggae singer, Bob Marley.  It is located in the capital, Kingston and was Marley’s home until his death in 1981. It was also home to Tuff Gong record label that was founded by The Wailers back in the 1970s. Today, the house is… Read More

Appleton Estate Rum Factory

Appleton Estate Jamaican Rum….aaahhh!!!  World renowned it is and there’s a good reason. Jamaica has some of the best rum in the world.  The Appleton Estate Tour will give you an exclusive tour of an iconic part of Jamaica’s history and rich culture. The Estate is located in Nassau Valley in the parish of St… Read More