These caves shelter the largest bat population in Jamaica, as well as incredibly beautiful limestone rock formations. A visit to the caves requires walking through huge guano deposits, which may not be for everyone (!), but don’t miss the weekly “Dinner with the Biologists,” which feature a four-course meal and discussion seminar where you can find out about the latest scientific discoveries pertaining to the Cockpit Country’s biodiversity and conservation from scientists working at the Windsor Research Center. During the 1700s, the Windsor Estate was a cattle farm owned and operated by John Tharp; the Great House was built in the 18th century and might have been used as a British military base because of its strategic location. An old trail from the house leads to the town of Troy in Manchester. You can get a real taste of the Cockpit Country here, a place known as a “life scientist’s paradise” because of the amazing diversity of plant and animal species to be found here.
About 365 Things to Do, See and Eat in Jamaica
Jamaica has so many unique foods, places and events to offer. These things are often missed by visitors to Jamaica and even locals. Our goal is to have you try new things and see what Jamaica has to fully offer with something to do 365 days of the year. Please note that these are all our opinions and we are always open to suggestions.
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