Places of Interest in St.Thomas
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Bath Fountain Hotel & Spa
This is where you can enjoy natural mineral bath with hot spring water pumping from the Earth.
Blue Mountain Coffee
Is a classification of coffee grown in the Blue Mountain region in the parish of St Thomas and other areas.
The Blue Mountains are the longest mountain range in Jamaica. They include the island’s highest point, Blue Mountain Peak, at 2256 m.
Morant Parish Lighthouse
This is the oldest lighthouse in Jamaica and is a National Monuement, It stands between Quaco south east point on a 300-ton concrete foundation at Jamaica’s easternmost point.
Saint Thomas Parish Church Morant Bay
In Morant Bay is a brick and was built in 1865, when the original that was situated at Church Corner was abandoned because of dilapidation.
Bath Botanical Garden
In the 1779, the government established this garden which is the second oldest botanical garden in the Western hemisphere ( the oldest is on the island of St. Vincent dating from 19756).
Located in the hillside area of St Thomas, this magical little falls is truly Beautiful in many ways!
Holland Bay Beach
To the west of the Morant Point Lighthouse you will find this lovely white-sand beach along Holland Bay.
Strokes Hall Great House
This impressive ruin maybe the oldest structure in Jamaica and was built in 1710 by a descendant of Luke Strokes, Governor of Nevis who along with 1,600 persons from that island,came to settle here in Jamaica in year 1656.
Was built opposite to Fort William,near Old Pera. It had nine openings in the walls designed for eighteen 24 pounder guns. The masonry platform and vault of the fort’s magazine are now in ruin and covered by bushes.
A small village in Saint Thomas parish, is the birthplace of Jamaica’s National Hero, Paul Bogle.
Just North of the town of yallahs lies Easington. which houses on the most interesting geological formation in this part of the island, a share cliff that rise over 1000 feet high.
Places to visit in Portland
Just one (1) hour Drive from Golden Shore Resort
Inland from Manchioneal, Portland. Reach Falls (sometimes
spelled Reich Falls) is the most natural and undeveloped large waterfall in
John Crow Mountains
The John Crow Mountains are a range of mountains in Jamaica. They extend parallel with the north east coast of the island, bounded to the west by the banks of the Rio Grande, and joining with the eastern end.
Boston Jerk Centre
Boston Jerk Center is an organic, literally home grown, natural mall focused around jerk cooking. It is focused around 7 jerk pits.
Rafting on the Rio Grande
The Rio Grande is a popular river of Jamaica, found in the parish of Portland. It was named when the Spanish occupied Jamaica in the 15th and 16th centuries
Winifred Beach is in Portland, Jamaica. It is surrounded by Jamaican settings, with local food stalls, donkey rides and plenty of shade. A campaign in progress to keep it public in the face of moves to develop and enclose the surrounding area
Navy Island is a small island off the coast of Port Antonio in Portland Parish, Jamaica, formerly owned by actor Errol Flynn. The island was once owned by movie pirate Errol Flynn and hosted many wild Hollywood parties
Places to visit in Kingston
Capital City of Jamaica, just one (1) hour drive from Golden Shore Resort
Built in 1881, was the residence constructed by George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first black millionaire, in St. Andrew. He gained his wealth in Venezuela and returned to Jamaica.
National Gallery of Jamaica
Jamaica’s premier art collection. It is located in the Kingston Mall, a commercial and cultural center on Kingston harbour.
Emancipation Park is in central New Kingston at the heart of corporate Jamaica. The park is overlooked by hotels such as the Pegasus, the Courtleigh and the Hilton Kingston on Knutsford Boulevard.
The Liberty Hall building at 76 King Street, Kingston was (at one point) Marcus Garvey’s headquarters. The site has been restored to serve as a museum of the life and work of Marcus Garvey.
Bob Marley Museum
The museum is situated on the site of the legendary musician’s home, which he purchased in 1975. This house, featuring 19th-century architecture, was Marley’s home until his death in 1981.
Independence Park is a sports and cultural complex in Kingston, Jamaica built for the 1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games.
Is the main islet of the Port Royal Cays off Port Royal, Jamaica, located in the northeast of the reef. Located 15 minutes by boat from Port Royal, it has a small beach which makes it a popular location for recreation and sunbathing
Port Royal is a village located at the end of the Palisadoes at the mouth of the Kingston Harbour, in southeastern Jamaica. Founded in 1518 by the Spanish, it was once the largest city in the Caribbean.