Thankfully, when it rains in Port Antonio it generally pours but only for a very short time; enough, just to keep our precious Jamaican Rain Forest happy and allow our guests to get back to enjoying the main reasons that they come, to explore Jamaica and make the most of the Caribbean Sun!
More than the Beach Blog
No Christmas vacation in Jamaica is complete without a large glass of Sorrel, ideally accompanying a moist wedge of heady, all-spice & rum Christmas Cake.
If you are looking to experience the most beautiful, locally-sourced Jamaican food available this Christmas and holiday period on the island
Our calendar of what’s on over the coming months in Jamaica, hopefully it will help you plan and make the most from your holiday.
Christmas Eve in Jamaica is normally 75-83 F or 23-28 C which we personally like to celebrate with Saltfish, nice & light if you decide to pop back to the beach
Today in Copenhagen it was announced that our fragile seas and oceans are becoming acidic at a faster rate than any time in the last 55 million years â€“ a disaster for sea-life and of course our subsequent food supplies in Jamaica â€“ fish is part of our staple diet.
Calling all sailors and Clipper Sailing Fans, you are cordially invited to a sailing luncheon with a difference.
Help us to celebrate Terra Madre Day organised by the Slow Food Movement with 14 Jamaican Style Tapas and home-made liqueurs
How nice it is to go home to Jamaica and escape those long cold dark winter nights that living in the Northern Hemisphere bring until Spring-time
If you are wondering what that Jamaicanism could possibly mean, the translation into Standard English is â€śstop everything and relaxâ€ť which is a motto every good holiday in Jamaica should aspire to!
Itâ€™s been a week of great press reviews this week, we’ve been featured by The Independent in their article The Big 6 Caribbean Green Retreats and by OK!