Jamaica Books and Travel Guides

Lonely Planet Jamaica a Survival Kit
Lonely Planet's guide to Jamaica details the island's lesser-known destinations along the southern and eastern coasts and the mountainous central highlands. Invaluable information on outdoor activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, and climbing are covered. A wide range of accommodation options is provided, from resorts to village guest houses to hotels. of color photos. 30 maps.
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Rough Guide : Jamaica
With complete coverage of Kingston as well as all the major resorts at Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, and Negril, this "Rough Guide" is the perfect complement to both independent travel and all-inclusive package tours. Comprehensive listings reveal the best places to stay, dine, and catch the funkiest reggae of color maps & photos.
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Frommer's Jamaica & Barbados
Offering in-depth coverage of all the beaches, plus golf courses, river rafting, and more, this guide gives readers candid reviews of resorts, inns, B&Bs, and restaurants plus tips for planning a wedding or honeymoon.
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The Book of Jamaica
An American writer comes to Jamaica with the idea of writing a book. At first he has to know Jamaica better and we accompany him as he discovers this exotic country. He meets many kinds of people from rastafarians to marrons to relatives of Eroll Flynn (The story with Eroll Flynn... incredible!). What a surprising country, unusual people and so an amazing book! A lesson? The writer will tell you it at the end. Hard to be a rich American!
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