Jamaica has of course long been in the forefront of Caribbean tourism trends of massive resorts and the type of visitor attractions designed to serve them and the cruise-ship market. But as a large, ecologically rich Caribbean island with plenty of "undeveloped" areas left, it also offers opportunities to get up close and personal with myriad species including more than three dozen types of mammals and more than 300 birds (28 endemic). Along the coasts and inland, both seasonally and year-round, you can... keep reading

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