Your virtual tour of Jamaica – photos of scenes in Kingston, Ocho Rios, Mammee Bay and the countryside, as well as historic sites and works of artists and craftspersons. (Click on each image.)

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Mammee Bay scenes

Scenes in the countryside

Historic sites

Kingston panorama

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SCENES IN THE JAMAICAN COUNTRYSIDE

Have you visited Jamaica and traveled only between the airport, your hotel and a few tourist attractions nearby? Or might you make such a visit with no plans to get into the “country parts” (rural areas)? If you answer is “yes” to any of these questions, the photos below may be of interest. They are, however, only the beginning of a much more extensive set that covers scenes “deep in the country” that will be brought to you at this site. Be sure to look at our web page devoted to historic sites, where you will find more photos that deal with rural scenes.

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Table of Contents

Click on each item below to go to the main page for each topic. Scroll downwards to see all the topic headings.

Jamaican arts and crafts

Kingston panorama

Jamaican countryside

Jamaican historic sites

Mammee Bay scenes

• Mammee Bay "Wellness Retreat"

Ocho Rios scenes

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Typical scene as you approach a small town along a major highway.

From the hills high above and slightly to the west of Port Antonio you have a great view to the sea a few kilometers away.

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In the hills high above and slightly to the west of Port Antonio there are some fabulous homes grounded securely on miles-deep limestone rock. At the center you see a scene from a farm in the hills above St. Ann's Bay.

A small settlement high in the Blue Mountains. AhYaad Communications, owner of the copyright to this photo, has a helpful related blog about life in the Blue Mountains.

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