Find Yuh'self In Jamaica!

Pompette Yuh’self In Jamaica!

The Rasta Routes Cultural Ambassador Program lets participating Tourists see Jamaica through the Eyes of Locals & provides a modern Social Media Platform for extending Jamaican Hospitality onto the World Wide Web!

The Rasta Routes Cultural Ambassador program is specifically designed to connect Local Jamaicans who would enjoy Sharing their Business & Personal Interests with Tourists, & Visitors that want to Safely Experience Authentic Jamaica as it Exists – outside the Walls of their Resort.

Montego Bay, also known as “MoBay”, is considered the Tourist Capital of Jamaica and is one of the most famous Vacation Getaways in the world.

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East of Montego Bay is Falmouth, one of the best preserved Historical Towns in the Caribbean and capital of the parish of Trelawny, famous for Rum, Sugarcane and being birthplace of sprinter Usain Bolt.

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Lucea is capital of the small but Scenic parish of Hanover, located in the North-West corner of the island, with much of the land Rural and Agricultural.

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In the center of Jamaica’s north coast lies Ocho Rios, or “Ochie”, once a busy fishing village but now a Major Tourist Destination equal distance from Kingston and Montego Bay, so it is easy to get here from the airports too.

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With little commercial tourism and chain resorts, budget friendly Port Antonio is both Backpacker and Eco-Friendly with empty beaches and a more Low-Key feel with something to offer every type of traveler.

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Port Maria is capital of St. Mary parish which features several Great Houses, Historic Buildings and Ruins, & produces a large variety of agricultural produce such as Bananas, Coconuts, Citrus, Cocoa, Coffee & Breadfruit.

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Negril is one of Jamaica’s most appealing tourist destinations west of Montego Bay, with it’s Seven Mile Beach stretch of pure white sand and crystal blue water, featuring some of the most picturesque sunsets on the planet!

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Treasure Beach is a community based tourism destination on the South Coast, like no other place in Jamaica, having a six-mile stretch of black and coral-colored beaches called Frenchman’s Bay that is the heart of the area.

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Mandeville is the capital of Manchester parish, a mountainous area with a cooler climate than other parts of Jamaica and panoramic views of the surrounding region due to elevation about 2,000 feet above sea level.

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May Pen is the capital of the mainly flat parish of Clarendon, where crops like Sugar Cane, Tobacco and Cotton – and also the location of the famous Milk River Bath and some fascinating cave systems, in particular the Jackson\’s Bay Caves.

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The capital city of Kingston is the Business, Cultural & Industrial hub of the nation – both a City & Parish, with a busy commercial seaport reflecting its status as the World’s 7th Largest Natural Harbor – a vital center for Jamaican Sports & Entertainment.

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The Blue Mountains National Park is 300 square miles (780 km²) that houses and protects 1,000\’s of tree and fern species and rare animals – & a UNESCO World Heritage Site, up one of the steepest general gradients in the world to the highest peak at 2256 m (7402 ft), where from on a clear morning you can see all the way to Cuba!

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Morant Bay is capital of St. Thomas, Jamaica\’s most eastern parish, located at the far end of the south coast, mostly rural with many factories and the main industry is Agriculture, including Bananas, Coconuts, Sugar Cane & Dairy.

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