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For a fee, you can relax on the beach or climb with a guide to the top of the falls. — Frommer's
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In the 1700s it may well have been one of the greatest great houses in the West Indies. — Fodor's
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The artists represented at the National Gallery may not be household names, but their paintings are sensitive and moving. — Fodor's
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Among the most spectacular falls in the West Indies, rivaled only by the tourist-trodden Dunn's River Falls at Ocho Rios, these eight falls drop a panoramic 36m. — Frommer's
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It’s worth going into town for a visit to this museum dedicated to the reggae legend Bob Marley. — Condé Nast Traveler
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This vacation retreat was the home of Sir Noël Coward and his longtime companion, Graham Payn, who, as executor of Coward's estate, donated it to the Jamaica National Heritage Trust. — Frommer's
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On display is the original library of the Barrett family, with rare books dating from 1697, along with oil paintings of the family, Wedgwood china, rare musical instruments, and antique furniture. — Frommer's
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This Jamaican Shangri-La is the largest botanical garden in the West Indies. — Frommer's
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The most atmospheric beach in the southwest is in the community of Treasure Beach, which has several long stretches of sand as well as many small coves. — Fodor's
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The soothing sound of a million leaves rustling in the wind is one of the quiet pleasures of this photogenic tunnel of towering bamboo — Lonely Planet
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Located along Montego Bay's touristy Hip Strip, this famous beach first gained notoriety for waters said to have healing powers. It's a popular beach with a perpetual spring-break feel. — Fodor's
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A lovely pink gingerbread house on the A3 6km east of town, Harmony Hall dates to 1886 when it was a Methodist manse that adjoined a pimento estate. — Lonely Planet
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A good choice for rainy days, these caves offer 45-minute guided tours that include a look at a subterranean lake. — Fodor's
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This 53-hectare botanical garden run by Chukka Cove Farm is a treat, crafted in the lush valley that carves up into the hills south of Laughlands, about 5km west of Priory. — Lonely Planet
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Built in 1881 as the mansion of the island's first black millionaire, George Stiebel, who made his fortune from gold mining in South America. — Fodor's
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A real working Jamaican plantation -- not one gussied up as a tourist attraction -- is reached by taking the A3 from Ocho Rios toward the coastal town of Oracabessa. — Frommer's
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A visit to this property is an educational, relaxing, and enjoyable experience. — Frommer's
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This 809-hectare working plantation, near Bailey’s Vale, 10km southwest of Port Maria, grows bananas, coconuts, sugarcane, pineapple and citrus for export. — Lonely Planet
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Scattered over 2 hectares (5 acres) on a beachfront within a few steps of the city's cruise ship terminal is a replica of an idealized Jamaican village. — Frommer's
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