Jamaica Travel Guides for Backpackers

A Short Visit/Tour to Governor’s House Karachi

Governor’s House is a place where everyone wants to visit and explore what’s inside. It has great importance as it is the official Governor’s residence and their business meeting place which is co-essential used for the events and parties for the Governor’s. In almost every country there is always a […]
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Places to Visit While You're in Kingston, Jamaica

The sun, the sea, and the sand, Bob Marley, the “irie” vibes, Usain Bolt, dreadlocks, a cool drink of coconut water on a sunny day: these things all come to mind when you think of the little island of Jamaica. But behind the tourist scene and the Patois, outside of […]
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Discover Costa Rica – A Tropical Adventure

“Welcome to Costa Rica – Slow Down and Relax!” …  better words could not have greeted us on our way to charming Playas del Coco, Guanacaste Province, one of Costa Rica’s oldest beach communities! And with warm tropical air casting a spell to melt any lingering thoughts of Canadian snowbanks, […]
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Best Places To Go Walking Around Tepoztlan, Mexico

If you think it’s hard to find exotic Mexican food like the one you watched on TV, let me tell you the place is just an hour from Mexico City. The mystic energy that came from the mountain that gives its name to the town, it’s vegetarian prehispanic cuisine, and […]
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How to See Jamaica In A Low Budget

The Caribbean Sea has a lot of great islands to be visited. One of the most unique in the world, it is, for sure, Jamaica. I’ve been there few times, but latest was in October 2018. This trip was research for a possible life there, which is something I’ve always […]
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The Merriest Town to visit in Jamaica

  Ocho Rios is a favorite cruise ship port in the Caribbean, which is based entirely on tourism and as a result possess so many excitements for the hospitality and enjoyment of the visitors by going the extra miles to ensure that all are treated like royalties.   About Ocho Rios […]
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Hermann Missouri's #1 Coffee Shop: Espresso Laine

As I walked up to the two-story brick building glistening and twinkling with Christmas lights in the chilly evening air, I smiled and silently wondered who I would see behind the counter, working on the day after Christmas. In the small town of Hermann, Missouri, USA most businesses operate only […]
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The Best Food Dumaguete City Has to Offer

Take a leisurely stroll down the Boulevard on any given afternoon, feel the soft sea breeze, and you will realise what it is that makes Dumaguete, a seaside city on the south of Negros Island, Philippines, a place where visitors can’t seem to leave. Known as a home to universities, […]
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Jamaica Montego Bay Resorts For Family Vacations

Jamaica has an exciting range of attractions that are great for family vacations. With great tropical weather from January to December, Montego Bay offers everything from scuba diving to giant water slides for children. Many resorts in Jamaica are fitted with facilities for people with disabilities. Half Moon Hotel The […]
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The Best Things About Traveling in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a popular destination for a lot of retirees, Spring-breakers, and Summer vacations. The country is filled with lush jungles and expansive mountainscapes, all surrounded by crystal beaches. However, the beauty of the country goes a lot deeper than landscape. It is a country filled with activities for […]
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Nicaragua: Little and Big Corn Island on a Budget

Big and Little Corn are two Islands off the Caribbean coast of Nicaragua; they are unique and quaint places that are very different from the rest of the country. They have a unique Creole culture even more so than that of Bluefields. Their culture is similar to that found in […]
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Downtown Dallas – An Experience To Remember

I recently had the chance to visit the wonderful state of Texas in the United States for a short vacation trip. Wanting to experience as much as I could, I made a visit to Downtown Dallas – one of the major cities located in Texas. My Day in Downtown Dallas […]
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Castleton Bontanical Garden

  Peaceful Botanical Garden Imagine yourself in a peaceful garden. No noise of vehicles passing by or honking horns or a million people talking at once imitating the sound of a beehive. No crowds or feeling swept away by the current of people rushing on their busy lives. No sign […]
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Tidbits of Jamaica: Kingston and Other Parishes

Welcome to the land of Reggae, vibes and  excellent food. Jamaica, the third-largest Caribbean island, has a population of approximately 2.7 million people and with over 10, 299 sq. km, of vibes and beauty, for you to explore. Its previous Amerindian name ‘Xaymaca’, means and the island is referred as – […]
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Destination Jamaica : Travel for R&R

Going on a retreat means taking time away from your daily life to balance yourself. Grab your figure-loving two- or three-piece bathing suit as we travel to Jamaica to explore her holistic landscape. Why? You ask? We’ve already started a new year, and what better way to rejuvenate and restore […]
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8 Things to do in Ocho Rios

Jamaica is known for its lush landscape, reggae music, and warm tropical weather. This island has so much to offer it would be almost impossible to fit it all into one trip. If you area planning your next holiday in Jamaica, consider staying in Ocho Rios. Ocho Rios which is Spanish for […]
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5 Budget Things To Do In Kingston On The Weekends

Whether you are from Jamaica, or you are a tourist, there are many fun things that can be done in Kingston on the weekends; even with a small Budget. The perception that many people have is that if you really want to have a good time, you would need to […]
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What You Need to Know Before Travelling to Jamaica

The Jamaican Experience Hey! Are you travelling to Jamaica? Are your suitcases packed? Are you equally anxious and excited because you are not sure what to expect? Read on and allow me to give you an overview of all there is to know about Jamaica. When you step off the […]
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How to experience Jamaica like a local

I had planned a trip to Jamaica since I first fell in love with reggae music and the Jamaican culture. But, being a full-time student and only having small student jobs it wasn't easy to save up all that money (around 2000€) for the whole trip.  Finally, on the 24th […]
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Exploring Vancouver Canada

Moving from Europe to Canada Introduction When I was young, I enjoyed geography — I was always researched countries, flags, history and was able to find any country on the map almost instantly. Love for travel stayed with me since then. I had always dreamed of traveling the world, yet being from a small […]
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Kingston, Jamaica: Top 10 must see sites

Though Kingston is the capital of Jamaica, it is one of the places least visited by tourists on the island. This is because Kingston serves as more of a business hub for the country and so lacks some of the islands typical charm that is more often found on it's […]
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Brisbane: A City To Love

“They’re all uptight and drive too fast.” I chuckle inwardly. It’s Saturday night in Fortitude Valley, where Brisbane goes to let its hair down. I am waiting for a gig to start and eavesdropping on the hipsters crowded around the next barrel, comparing Sydney unfavourably to Brisbane. “Everyone’s so miserable […]
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A Piece of Jamaica

Welcome to Jamaica If you are planning a getaway, Jamaica – the land of wood and water, has a lot to offer: friendly and happy people, delicious and exotic foods, natural beauty, music, nightlife, rest and relaxation, white sand beaches and everything else you think you need to make your vacation great. […]
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Lemnos, from Northern Aegean to Van Gogh’s fields

Lemnos, from Northern Aegean to Van Gogh’s fields #lemnos#aegean#greekislands#alternativesummer     The Dutch painter, famous for the warmth of the colors in his works would have been astonished by the scenery of Lemnos, an island that radiates a sandy golden light. The heat, the sun of the Greek summer, the […]
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: PARADISE IN PUNTA CANA

At the beach   At the Cave           Street vendors In 2009, I was fortunate to combine work and play in the sun-swept resort of Iberostar PUNTA CANA  in the DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. As a professional tennis coach, I applied for a teaching gig through a site […]
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City of London: A Walking Tour

January 2015, I had left Bangalore, India to join Kingston University in London. As a part of welcoming the new students, the University arranged a Walking Tour through Central London. I decided to go on the Tour since this was my first time in London. I thought I would […]
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