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St. James is a suburban parish, located on the north-west end of the island of Jamaica and the number one travel hotspot on the island. Its capital is Montego Bay (derived from the Spanish word manteca (lard) because many wild
hogs were found there, from which lard was made). Montego Bay was officially named the second city of Jamaica, behind Kingston, in 1981, although Montego Bay became a city in 1980 through an act of the Jamaican Parliament. The parish is the birthplace of the Right Excellent Samuel Sharpe (died 1833), one of Jamaica's seven National Heroes.
Rose Hall Great House
The legend that surrounds Rose Hall and its infamous owner, Annee Palmer, is one that has fascinated generations of locals and visitors alike
since its construction in 1770. Annee was called the “White Witch” because she bedazzled then did away with the three husbands and countless slave lovers. Quick with the whip, she was notorious for torturing slaves for her own entertainment.
Flight of The White Whitch
The Flight of the White Witch Zipline Canopy tour offers traverses that’s “criss cross” through a densely forested canyon from 1,200ft. above sea level to “Annie’s Web”, a mesmerizing suspended platform that overlooks the
forest floor and out to the distant Caribbean coastline.
From a 100ft. rappel from Annie’s Web to the 169m flight over the forest floor, this tour offers the perfect balance of mystery and excitement that the estate fiery mistress is famous for.
MARGARITAVILLE MONTEGO BAY
Hailed as the place to be on Montego Bay’s “Hip Strip,” Gloucester Avenue, Margaritaville is perfect for anyone looking for exciting entertainment, a lively, fun atmosphere, delicious food and fun concoctions, equipped with water slide and a deep see trampoline.
MONTEGO BAY AT NIGHT
Montego Bay has a vibrant night life all in one spot the HIP STRIP is where all the magic happens and has been deemed the travel hotspot for a good time on the town.