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Jamaica, the land of wood and water, is an island full of countless opportunities for entertainment and various other activities. Tourism is the back bone of Jamaica's economy and that is why due to its natural and cultural beauty Jamaica is visited by a number of tourists every year due to its beaches resorts and other attractions. The history of the island goes way back to 1000 B.C Arawak and Taino people permanently settled on the island for the first time. The island was also visited by Christopher Columbus back in 1494. Around that time the island was divided up in to about 200 villages that were, mostly, individually ruled by the local chiefs or caciques. After Columbus arrived in Jamaica he claimed it for Spain, which is why the capital of Jamaica was moved to Spanish Town, after Spanish made their first settlement neat St. Ann's Bay. The English invaded Jamaica getting rid of the Spanish entirely, which they did on 1655 as the English conquered the last fort that the Spanish had in Jamaica.
The English remained in power over Jamaica up till 1958 when Jamaica became a province of the Federation of the West Indies. Later on it acquired its full fledge independence as a free country back in 1962. The country of Jamaica is divided up in to three counties namely being Cornwall County, Middlesex County and Surrey County. The first two counties have 5 Cities each while the later one has 4 cities including the capital of the country, Kingston, which is also Jamaica's largest city. In the Caribbean, Jamaica is the fourth largest country that is rich in its natural beauty and is equipped with a number of exotic sites all over the country. Among its many naturally enriched sites is the Dunn's River Falls that is the most famous waterfall in the Caribbean Region and hence it is visited by hundreds of tourists every year. It is located near Ocho Rios in St. Ann. The fall covers the total distance of 180 meters and directly falls in to the Caribbean Sea, making it one of the few waterfalls that directly fall in to the sea. Alongside the falls is the lush green vegetation that gives the whole experience much more relaxing and soothing touch.
Port Royal is also among the top tourist places in Jamaica due to its unique history. Port Royal was an earthquake site that was entirely devastated due to the earthquake on June 7, 1692. Port Royal is famous for being the only earthquake site in the world of which the exact time of earthquake is known. This is because of the pocket watch that stopped at 11:43 am, the time when the earthquake hit Port Royal. Other than these, other places of attraction in Jamaica also include Blue Lagoon in Portland, and YS Falls in St. Elizabeth. For best deals and cheap Jamaica tickets, feel free and secured to, the hassle free service that we offer you while putting the customer's privacy, security and satisfaction, first.