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Drapers San is right on the sea in San San area, 4 miles form Port Antonio. Drapers San is a Bed and Breakfast which offers two cottage-style houses nearby the sea, surrounded by a colourful and flowery garden where chairs and benches offer the perfect relax.

The community of Drapers is approximately 5 km from Port Antonio, at the start of San San, an area which boasts the most beautiful beaches of Jamaica. Maria Carla, the owner, is an Italian who has lived on the island for many years. Besides taking care of her bed and breakfast, with her daughter Francesca, she is very involved with human rights issues and has established a non-profit organization called Stand Up For Jamaica which promotes several humanitarian projects.

For all those interested, the Association has a web site and is on Facebook. Maria Carla is passionate about reggae music and if her guests share this interest, she will galdly a van to take them to some of the most beautiful concerts.

Draper San offers a family atmosphere and there is always someone willing to provide suggestions and advice, information regarding the nearby areas and the local culture. Maria Carla and Francesca know Jamaica very well and are always ready and willing to share their knowledge with their guests. This is the best way to learn about such a diverse and fascinating country which is worthy of one’s curiosity.

Port Antonio is a small town which sits at the intersection of two twin bays where the twin islands are located. The town is fun and lively at all hours, with the exception of Sunday morning. The atmosphere is bustling both in the shops that sell just about everything and outdoors where the Jerk chicken is always being cooked in the barrels and the many carts sell fruit and sugar cane.

In the evening, the streets come to life with a great deal of dancing; again the atmosphere is lively and the Jamaicans stand out for the very bright and colourful style of clothing they love to wear because when the Jamaicans decide to go out and have fun, they love to display their elegance.

The Roof Club, the Road Block Dance and the Crystal are the most well known places. And should you stay there until very late, the taxi service, located in the market square, never sleeps. Our Bed & Breakfast offers 7 rooms which can accommodate up to 13 people at the most.

The rooms are colourful and are furnished in the Jamaican style. The guest house offers either a view of the sea or the garden. There are a variety of options from a triple room, a cottage and the Rasta Cottage all with private bath. We also have three double rooms and a single, each with shared baths.

The cost of each rooms includes a hearty breakfast with coffee, tea, bread and home-made jam, fruit, eggs or cake and the legendary banana and vanilla fritters. For anyone who wants to eat in, we have an excellent cook who prepares tasty meals but you must reserve by 2 PM because we do not cook any frozen food.

If you want to learn some Jamaican recipes, you are welcome to come into the kitchen and observe. Our Guest House also has an equipped kitchen where guests can cook their own meals. The rooms are cleaned everyday and linen is provided. We do not, however, supply beach towels.

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Jamnesia caters to travelling surfers by providing economical tent and room options at affordable rates.

The Jamnesia Surf Club, situated at Eight Miles Bull Bay, Jamaica was established by the Wilmots – Jamaica’s first surfing family – to provide a home to groom new surfers and help with the development of surfing through surf related events.

Jamaica is ideally located to benefit from the available summer and winter swells that grace the Caribbean and Jamnesia is the perfect base camp from which to launch your Jamaican surf adventure.

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Here at Brian’s Jamaican Windsurfing / Kitesurfing / SUP we have what you need to get on the water!

We’ve got the instructors. We’ve got the gear. We’ve got the local know-how.

Easy access and sideshore winds make this a perfect beach for learning how to Kiteboard with miles of white sand beach. The wind ranges from 15 – 25 mph all winter. Perfect for beginners to advanced kitesurfing and windsurfing.

Jamaica is not traditionally viewed as a watersports destination and we have a vision to change that. Our Island has similar and sometimes superior wind and water conditions to Brazil & our proximity to the US and Canada makes it more ideal for the beginner or intermediate rider.

We’re located right next door to beautiful Burwood Public Beach in Falmouth. Conditions here are also challenging enough for the advanced Windsurfer or Kitesurfer.

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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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The main beach in Ocho Rios is a quarter-mile strip called Reggae Beach or the Bamboo Beach Club where great beach food and Reggae music are both served. Considered one of Jamaica’s best secrets, Reggae Beach’s scenic beauty with jagged, protective cliffs on both ends make a great backpacker destination for seclusion and serenity.

An entrance fee of $9 gives access to Lounge chairs and changing rooms. demography and gives credence to the National Mono, Out of Many, One People.

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