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One of the most popular tourist destinations is Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville!


Two of the most popular beaches are Turtle Beach and Mallard Beach.


Jamaica has three cruise ports which are all along its north coast.


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Jamaica Beaches

The beaches of Jamaica are so beautiful that even locals can't get enough of them. Whether you prefer lying on the sand soaking up the sun, or crashing through the waves, the perfect beach is just waiting for you to find it. Kingston Area.

Just off the coast of Port Royal is Lime Cay, a small island perfect for both sun bathing and water sports. There is no formal form of transportation to and from the island, so your best bet is to head to Port Royal and hire a local fisherman to transport you. Ocho Rios.

Don't forget to visit Dunn's River Beach, located under the famous Dunn's River Waterfalls, where the Dunn's River meets the Caribbean Sea in amazing, visual splendor. Visitors can climb the falls, swim in small whirlpools or just admire the natural beauty from the beach not far down from the waterfall.

Jamaica Casinos

Jamaican casinos or gaming lounges as they are more popularly known play host to an array of exciting games such as electronic craps, blackjack, roulette, Caribbean stud poker and video poker among others.
Until recently, the Jamaican government did not support casino-style gambling. It was just in April 2008 that Jamaican Prime Minister, Bruce Golding, gave the green light to develop the first legal casino house in the country. However, many resorts have been granted special licences that allow them to operate on their premises. As a result, you can now find casinos/gaming lounges popping up in tourist areas such as Kingston, Negril, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay.

A far cry from the grand casinos of Las Vegas, Jamaican casinos still have something to offer players. A warm, cosy place to gamble where you don't have to worry about con artists trying to rip off your coins, and oh, you only have to be 18 years old to gamble or drink in Jamaica.

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