While we may be best known for our beautiful sandy beaches, the fact is that Jamaica has something for everyone – whether you are a visitor or you are lucky enough to live here.
With a sturdy vehicle and a tank full of gas one can go from the corporate skyline of New Kingston to the rolling hills of rural Jamaica in about an hour. Road trip lovers will never tire of Jamaica’s lush landscape as each parish has something special to offer. The turquoise water of the Blue Lagoon in Portland, a farm full of towering coconut trees in St Mary, the white sands of Negril’s world famous coastline and the cascading waters of St Thomas.
If food is your passion, try the peppered shrimp in Middle Quarters St Elizabeth, Boston’s Jerk festival or make a stop in Faith’s Pen for some ackee and corned pork. The possibilities are endless! Kite festivals, internationally renowned concerts, resorts or nail-biting donkey races in Top Hill, St. Catherine.
diGJamaica.com, which celebrates all things Jamaican, will be inviting you to explore a piece of the rock every week on a Tuesday with our #TravelTuesday posts as we join the global conversation that happens every Tuesday on Twitter about all things related to travel.
So if you’re wondering why we are telling you about this today, here’s why: YOU can help us choose the topic of the first post! What’s your favorite enclave or chill spot, comment below, share it with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit it at suggest diGs.
Until next time, as we say in Jamaica, “Walk Good” (which means take care, safe travels)