Jamaica is one of the most sought after locations for the ultimate destinations for relaxation and parties. On Travel Bug we will see some of the things you can
do on your trip to to Jamaica.
Adventure - From hiking to the misty Blue Mountain tops, to horseback riding on the beach and warm river swims, explore Jamaica the way you want to and find its
spirit. Its an all round fun and incredible experience zipping over the rain Forrest for older children.
Beaches - If you're looking for the ultimate beach resort in Jamaica with endless choices for everyone in the family including Pirates Island Waterpark,
a Beaches all-inclusive family vacation in Negril is for you. From long sandy stretches to crystal clear water and secret coves, the beaches are where you start
your holiday and make memories to last a lifetime.
Golf - Jamaica is one of those places where the scenery is beyond compare and the golf courses are, well, they are spectacular too. You may not expect this,
but the 12 golf courses in Jamaica are special. Practice your swing, caddy up for a full 18 or sit back and relax on the 19th. There’s a course for every player.
Tours - Take the tours of Jamaica, from the coffee factories rich with the scent of Arabica beans to rum distilleries and rainforest drives -
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There is so much to experience in Japan. Whether it’s youth fashion on the back streets of Tokyo, a spiritual journey to a
centuries-old shrine, the freshest seafood for breakfast at the world’s largest fish market, or a good soak in a hot-spring
at the end of a busy day of sightseeing, there are many unique facets to the Japan experience.
When you think of scuba diving, Japan may not exactly be the first destination that comes to mind. While tropical locales
tend to attract new people and knowledgeable alike, Japan's southern islands have become a top choice destination for those
who seek to expand their aquatic horizons.
Snowboarding? Snorkeling? Hiking? Whatever your outdoor pleasure is Japan provides it.
You can visit Nagano, home of the 1998 Winter Olympics, explore the beautiful oceans and beaches,
find some serious waves just an hour outside Tokyo and travel through the amazing underwater ruins.
Japan doesn't have to be expensive. There are many affordable options in accommodations, dining and sightseeing,
from free tours to inexpensive Japanese-style inns. Find a variety of hotel and air specials as well as low cost travel
tips that will make a trip to Japan really enjoyable and affordable.
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