This small seaside village borders St. Ann and Trelawny. Its most important feature is the Rio Bueno Harbor, the deepest harbor in Jamaica. It is thought that this is why Columbus chose to drop anchor here when he made his first visit to the island. In colonial times, the village was a stopping place for visitors who came by sea or overland. It was known for its excellent taverns and inns. Nearly deserted through the 1800s, it received a new lease on life in the mid 1900s for its picturesque elements, which include an old fort, its churches, and the view of the hills of Trelawny in the distance. In recent times, it has become an active center for contemporary art and offers many galleries.
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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