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This small, uninhabited island off the coast of Kingston (Port Royal) is as quiet as can be during the week and is ideal for nude sunbathing. (There is almost no foot traffic at that time). On Sundays, locals bring limes, food, beer, and good vibes. The island – and small islands surrounding is – is ideal for snorkeling, but bring your own mask and fins.

There are no facilities on Lime Cay, so come prepared with plenty of water. The airport is nearby, so expect to see low flying aircraft from time to time. The island is just 15 minutes by boat from Port Royal & you can pay a local fisherman to take you to the island.

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Skip the magnets, ash trays, and snow globes and bring home souvenirs that your family and friends will appreciate.

As the name suggests, Things Jamaican chain of stores represents all things inspired from the Jamaican culture and traditions. The items available are decorative and functional pieces that represent Jamaican heritage, with some modern works as well. It is a great place to find artwork, sculptures, peppersauces, rum, clothing, and intricate wood carvings.

There are several locations including Kingston, Negril, and the Donald Sangster International airport.

Pick up some Blue Mountain Coffee, hand-crafted pottery, cookbooks, clothing, paintings and other unique souvenirs.

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