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With breathtaking vistas and beautiful sandy beaches, a trip to Jamaica meets all of the expectations of a Caribbean vacation. Visitors can enjoy relaxing on the beach or an abundance of activities both in and out of the water.  
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Of the many resort towns in Jamaica, Ocho Rios, located on the northeast coast, was developed with travelers in mind. Most of the major resorts have locations here and cater to a number of different groups, including families.  
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There are a variety of activities to enjoy away from the beach, including golf. Jamaica offers some of the best golfing in the Caribbean. Resorts offer top-notch golf courses, like the top-rated, championship Cinnamon Hill Golf Course at Wyndham Rose Hall Resort located in Montego Bay.  
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Beautiful waterfalls, where visitors can enjoy climbing and swimming, can be found across the island. Located in the northeast near Ocho Rios, Dunn's River Falls is the most famous. Guides take groups up the 600-foot ascent to the top.  
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The Blue Mountains span almost 30 miles across eastern Jamaica. Visitors can explore the lush green rainforest on bike or foot and climb to the top of the highest peak on the island, the 7,400-plus-foot Blue Mountain.  
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Experience Jamaica's unique landscape from above on a canopy tour. Canopy tours are available in several forests on the island and offer tourists an opportunity to experience the unique flowers and forests from a harness and cable.  
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For many, a trip to the island would not be complete without a tour of Bob Marley's childhood home and burial site. Zion Bus Tours offers just that. Take the five-hour bus tour from Ocho Rios to Marley's birthplace, St. Ann, and visit where he is buried.  
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Another popular way to spend the day is to float leisurely down the Martha Brae River on a raft tour.  
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If high-rise resorts aren't your thing, you can rent a quaint holiday cottage in which to enjoy the tranquility of this Caribbean paradise.  
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