Jamaica Beach Holiday

Jamaica is one of the places that you have to spend your holiday. With the beautiful beaches that the City boasts, you can’t hesitate to plan your holiday to go and spend on the beaches of Jamaica. Camping on the beaches, playing games in the sandy beaches and dining in the restaurants located on the beaches is something that you don’t have to miss.

In this article, we’re going to look at the beaches that you have to visit or spend your holiday in Jamaica. These beaches are ideally located and the activities that go on along these beaches will make you to feel that adventurous feeling that you are looking for. There are water sports activities that you can enjoy, exploit the environment and also relax as you enjoy the cool breezes. Let us look at these beaches that you have to spend your holiday in Jamaica.

Montego Bay

Tourists who love water sports activities, this is the beach they have to tour. Enjoy, swimming, boat ride, skiing, kayaking that are provided to visitors who tour this beach. This is something that you have to do while on this beach.  The coconut trees along the beach and the blue sky is something that you have to experience yourself. Don’t forget to see the water parks, the golf courses which are available to those who are fun of the sport and restaurants that serves delicious dishes.

Parish of Saint James

This beach is located in the northeast of Jamaica. This is the beach where you can enjoy the warm sand beach and enjoy the warm sea breeze. The view of the stretch of the beach is something that will leave you excited, since it’s beautiful and you’ll not see it anywhere else. If you want to go out to party, this is the beach to be. It’s regarded as a nightlife beach

Ocho Rios

You love photograph? Well, this is the beach that you have to visit. With the beautiful waterfall, restaurants and shopping malls, you will enjoy basking in the sun along the beaches as well as swimming in the clear waters. There are water parks where your children can enjoy swimming as you relax in the warm sands. Your holiday won’t be completed without exploring the beautiful shores of this beach. It’s one of the beaches you don’t have to miss. This beach is located north of Jamaica.

Runaway Bay Beach

Ideal beach located away from the busy streets. Explore the best resorts located on this beach. It’s also the cheapest bay beach in Jamaica. Enjoy water sports activities like swimming, snorkeling, skiing and kayaking. Don’t forget to walk in the restaurants that serve mouth watering dishes. You will remain to have memories of your holiday on this beach.

If you want to enjoy beach parties, water sports activities, sandy beaches, cool breeze and that memorable adventure on the beach, visit one of these holidays and you will leave to have memories for having an enjoyable holiday. We hope this article was helpful enough to make you decide to take your family on holiday in Jamaica!

photo credit: Patrick


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Visit Brazil

Brazil is one of the South America countries that got most appealing attractions that you have to visit. Brasil is very popular for football as a national sports, the country also boasts for the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu sport. Football has been so famous in Brazil that has produced big names in the football history. The Jiu Jitsu also is very popular and has been held in the country since ancient times. This sport teaches people how to defend themselves. And if you are really into one of those two Brasil is a best place to for training and improvement. Don’t forget to take your bjj gi with you on a Brasil holiday.

However, not only these two attractions do attracts tourists but also there are also some spots that you don’t have to miss as you plan your visit to Brazil. In this article, we’re going to look at five hot spots that you have to spend your holiday.

Fernando de Noronha

It’s located approximately 354 kilometers northeastern coast of Brazil. When you visit Fernando de Noronha, you’ll see the landscapes, wildlife and the beautiful beaches. You can enjoy swimming and snorkeling. It’s easier to learn Portugal as the island is inhabited by Portuguese speaking people. Enjoy basking on the sun as you enjoy the cool breeze.

Ouro Preto

Ouro Preto is one of the historic towns preserved in Brazil. While in this town you will see the Portuguese colonial architecture, the modern building and the sculptured work which makes this city a popular tourist spot. Your holiday won’t be completed without seeing the old churches preserved in this town.

Iguazu Falls

A trip to Iguazu falls is the one that will leave you with memories of Brazil. With 275 falls along this river, the U-shaped Devil’s Throat waterfall is worthy your visit. This fall stretches a height of 82 meters and 269 ft. you can also see the plains of Argentina since the waterfall is located on the border of Brazil and Argentina.

Amazon River

This second largest river in the world is ideal to those tourists who are nature lovers. Explore rain forests that this river is located in. Also you can explore the upper part of the river and enjoy buzzing, boating and spotting animals. The river also holds more than 2,500 species of fish. The lushly greenery environment allows you to take photos that will help you to have that adventurous feeling when you look at it. Don’t miss out touring this river.

Salvador Beaches

Salvador BeachesThese beaches are located in the state of Bahia. The reefs that surround these beaches are something that you won’t miss to explore. The natural pools formed are ideal for children to swim in them. Enjoy playing in the sandy beaches, swimming, sailing and other water activities while on the beach. The breeze from the sea gives you that holiday feeling. Salvador Beaches have made Brazil to stand out as one with best beaches to spend your holiday.

These spots are some of the Brazil tourism that you have to spend your holiday touring them. We believe you will enjoy you holiday in Brazil.

References:

Brasil: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazil

Football In Brasil: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Football_in_Brazil

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