5 reasons why you should visit Jamaica
Imagine a Caribbean Island with blue ocean water, white sand beaches, waterfalls all over and green lush rainforest in the mountains. Jamaica offers a wide variety of nature, culture, lively cities and authentic fishing villages, with a high relaxation level. Jamaica the land of wood and water, party and relaxation: There is so much to discover and explore, you will need a full month at least.
Go ahead and read the 5 reasons why you should visit beautiful Jamaica.
1. Jamaicans: sweet, nice and inspiring
The positive vibes, living in the now, accepting the way it is, are qualities of Jamaicans; it is a spiritual way of living
where plenty people can learn from. No rush, no stress but an easy going vibe with a lot of music, singing and dancing.
In addition, Jamaicans are very helpful, spontaneous and friendly. Their positive attitude makes you feel comfortable and happy.
2. Is jamaica dangerous?
The political violence is from long ago in the eighties and internal conflicts that may take place is between gangs
as in many countries all over the world. As a tourist it is not easy to get involved in this which makes it not dangerous for you.
Some all-inclusive resorts like to worn you not to go out on your own, or with locals, as it could be very dangerous.
But, there might be a profit in it for themselves. Let no-one scares you.
Trust your own intuition, use common sense and you will be save to travel around, explore waterfalls, villages and beaches.
Not much travel experience or feeling a bit uncomfortable? Get yourself an unforgettable holiday experience by exploring Jamaica
with a (personal) tour guide. In this way you also support locals so they can build their own independent life.
3. Discover hidden gems like coves, waterfalls, blue holes and caves
Jamaica is a paradise for beach lovers and is also very attractive for adventurers who wants to discover the real Jamaica.
Don’t stay at your resort chilling on the beach, seeing one or two hotspots.
Go on an adventure, meet the people in the street! Take a local certificated tour guide and explore hidden waterfalls,
blue holes and caves or Rastafarian communities with the Nyabinghi drum beat.
Hunt for hidden gems; Jamaica has a lot beautiful places to offer!
4. Music and dance, let yourself go
Easy going reggae tunes will make you jump out of your chair, you’ll dance and sing as a real Jamaican soon.
When your eyes catches dancehall moves, you don’t need class at all; shake your body and let yourself go.
Rastafari Nyabinghi drum and chanting ceremonies will bring you in a meditative mood. Empty your mind and surrender
to the heartbeat of the drum. Feel peace and harmony as Jamaica is the place of one love and unity.
5. Long white sand beaches and small idyllic coves
Jamaica is the place to be of small coves, white sandy beaches, rugged cliffs with shells and surfing bays. Surf spots at south coast, Wickie Wackie Beach
or Boston Bay in the north. Spot the most beautiful sunsets on the beach of Negril and parties till sunrise. Awesome snorkeling spots at north coast and
laid back bays with a specific bohemian character. And Jamaica has those typical local beaches; lively or calmly, away from the crowds.
The diversity of ‘the best, irie beaches of Jamaica’ is described in the online Travel Guide of Favoroute by Sandra Smits,
offline use and you can add your own experiences too. For sale in the app store.
Look out: You wanna come back over and over again!
Convinced of these 5 reasons?
Once you’ve tasted all Jamaica has to offer: The culture of the Rastafarians, nature with its waterfalls, coves, caves and fruit trees, the chill vibes, music and history, one thing is going to bother you: with tears in your eyes and a heart full of love you will go to the airport.
Yes, you did fall in love with Jamaica and her charm. But don’t worry, you’ll be back soon!
Go out with locals! You will explore the real Jamaica in the natural Rasta way when you go on an adventure with local tour guides. One of the trustworthy tour guide agencies is Rappa Rasta Tours. Look for all kind of tours at Face Book or website: www.rapparastatours.com.
‘These tips are written by Sandra Smits; a true lover of Jamaica, founder of InspiringVibes.nl and co founder of travel agency “Rappa Rasta Tours” Jamaica. She is writer of travel guides and blogs and works together with favoroute and wearetravellers.’