That said, Jamaica is also an island full of natural charms and areas where you can get lost, be happy and not want to return. You just have to know how to find them.
There are also mountains. The highest altitude is reached in the Blue Mountains, one of the highest mountain ranges in the Caribbean, the backbone of Jamaica, on whose terraced terraces one of the most expensive and prized cafes in the world is produced. From the 2,253 meters of its summit to the bottom of the valleys, various ecological floors are developed through which coffee plantations, cedars, bananas, majaguas, rose sticks, coconut palm trees, pepper shakers and breadfruit trees are deployed. Always wrapped in fog and sticky heat.
Amy Winehouse's recording studio
Jamaica is a perfect size to go through in a week, without stress. At the other end of the island, on the northeast coast, is the quiet coastal town of Port Antonio. Here is one of the most exclusive and charismatic hotels in Jamaica, the Geejam Hotel. A super boutique hotel with its own recording studio used by the spoiled Amy Winehouse, among many other celebrities. It has five types of independent villas with all kinds of luxuries and surrounded by the most exuberant nature of the island. A Hollywood whim for those who can pay the $ 625 per night that costs the cheapest villa in high season. About five kilometers east of Port Antonio, stop at Frenchman’s Cove, for many the most beautiful beach in Jamaica. A little further, Blue Lagoon Beach, another exceptional sandy beach with crystal clear waters. Both are private (something very common in Jamaica), but those not staying in the hotels to which they belong can also access them paying a fee of about 5 dollars.