5 Reasons for the New Season to visit Jamaica
1) Visit the bith place of B0b (Robert Nesta) Marley and learn what Bob has meant to Jamaica. As Tourism and Entertainment Minister Dr. Wykeham McNeill highlighted some of Bob post-humous awards which include, “being awarded the United Nations Peace Medal in 1978; induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; Time Magazine recognition of ‘Exodus’ as Album of the Century; being accorded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; bestowment of a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award; being ranked number 11 on Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of the 100 greatest artistes of all time; and ‘One Love’ being named the Song of the Millennium.”
The love for Bob Marley globally is beyond buying his music, for example in Serbia in the town of Banatski Karlovac, a statue was created of Bob in 2008. In Sydney Australian, The Aborigines people burn a “sacred flame” in Victoria Park to honour his memory. Bob Marley passed away on May 11, 1981, at age 36. To celebrate what would have been his 70th birthday on February 6th, there is always celebration at the Bob Marley’s mesium in Kingston.
2) Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival – This annual event takes place on the last weekend of January each year.
3) Little Ochi Seafood Restaurant overlooks the black sand of Jamaica’s SouthCoast. Sunday July 6, 2014 – 7am 876-852-6430
4) Reggae Sumfest – Features a wide variety of Jamaican Reggae artist. July 12 – July 18, 2015
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6) Glistening Waters, Trelawny, Jamaica. A natural nighttime attraction. Glistening Water Luminous Lagoon where the water glows in the dark. 876-954-3229
But that’s not all, safari rides, bicycle trails, adventurous trips. If you are the outdoor type, we got it. If you want to veg in the sun on the beach, we got it. If what to go high in the sky, we got it.