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Jamaica’s Blue Hues

Reggae Beach
Reggae Beach, St. Mary

Here’s a collection of photos taken all over the island that highlight Jamaica’s blue hues.

Reggae Beach is a lovely little beach located east of Ocho Rios in St. Mary.

For more on Reggae Beach

Destiny Villa, Montego Bay - Photo contributed by Bruce Hart

Montego Bay is chock full of amazing luxury villas, think Round Hill, Half Moon, and Tryall Club.

For more information on villas in Jamaica, see the Jamaica Association of Villas and Apartments (JAVA)


The view from James Bond Beach, St. Mary

For more about what’s happening in St. Mary see the  new Goldeneye  Hotel resort opens 2010 and Beach Jouvert James Bond Beach, St. Mary


Hiking up to Blue Mountain Peak is a highly recommended experience for nature lovers and hikers…though a bit of training may be required first!

For more on hiking to Blue Mountain Peak

Font Hill, St. Elizabeth

Font Hill is a beautiful small cove in St. Elizabeth frequented mainly by locals and busy on weekends but fairly quiet during the week.

For more on Font Hill and Font Hill to be divested for development

Lime Cay

Lime Cay is one of the many cays off the coast of Jamaica and the preferred weekend spot for Kingstonians looking for a beach vibe…

For more on our cays see Want to go to a beach party?

a tree I liked in Cockpit Country

Jamaica’s Cockpit Country has one of the world’s most remarkable levels of environmental biodiversity, home to 27 of Jamaica’s 28 endemic bird species and to 1,500 species of plants, amphibians, reptiles and invertebrates, some found only in the Cockpit Country.

For more on Cockpit Country – a new website and Cockpit Country – a global treasure

Infinity pool, Strawberry Hill, Irish Town

Strawberry Hill is a unique boutique hotel high up in the Blue Mountains, comprised of 12 handcrafted 19th century Georgian style cottages, a spa and an infinity pool.

For more on Strawberry Hill – 3 Island Outpost hotels named in top 10 Caribbean hotels

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  1. December 13, 2019 at 8:16 pm — Reply

    Come to think of it, we really do have a blue hue here in Jamaica. In fact, all the mountains seem to have a blue hue, so Blue Mountain is not the only blue mountain that we have. No co-incidence then, that we have used blue as the colour for our villa.

  2. mark hannan
    April 8, 2016 at 9:23 am — Reply

    Know of any hotels/motels/B and B’s in Fonthill?

    • May 12, 2016 at 10:32 am — Reply

      Don’t know about Font Hill exactly but there are quite a few in the Bluefields, Belmont area which is close.

  3. February 24, 2011 at 10:42 pm — Reply

    I need to go to Destiny Villa and Infinity Pool immedeately.

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