Adventure Guide to JamaicaeBook | 4th ed
Maybe it's the mountains covered in lush tropical vegetation. Maybe it's the beaches, fringed with crustal-clear water and the promise of colorful marine life just below the surface. Or maybe it's the people who make Jamaica such a welcoming place. This island has lured stars and royalty from around the globe since the 1920s. Now it is one of the top vacation spots in the world. Join Jamaica specialists Permenter & Bigley as they show you their favorite island, introducing you to places rarely seen by tourists. From quiet plantation homes in the mountains to the fascinating "Hip Strip" in bustling Montego Bay and lazy float trips on the Rio Grande, you'll discover every kind of adventurous activity - even if your idea of adventure is sitting on a secluded beach with cocktail in hand. Here are detailed reviews of guesthouses and resorts in every area, plus everything you'll want to know about the restaurants, the music, the shopping and the nighlife. Book jacket.
Publisher: Edison, NJ :2000. Hunter,
Edition: 4th ed
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xi, 328 pages,  pages of plates) : illustrations (some color), maps
Alternative Title: Jamaica