Calm seas, soft beaches, majestic Blue Mountains, kind smile of the people. Do you know what I am talking about? JAMAICA. I will talk about the geography of Jamaica, places to see and do, and facts
Jamaica is an island in the West Indies. It is 90 miles south of Cuba and 100 miles west of Cuba. Jamaica is made up of coastal lowlands, volcanic hills, a limestone plateau, beaches, rivers, jungle, and the Blue Mountains.
There are many places to go and see. Dunn’s River Falls is a big tourist site. Their many people climb the falls. Cliff Diving is also popular for tourists and natives. At Dolphin Cove Jamaica guests can interact with dolphins, sharks, and stingrays. You can also raft in the Martha Brae River. There are many beaches you can swim at. There are many places to see and do in Jamaica.
Here are some facts about Jamaica. Jamaican government is a constitutional monarchy. The official language is English. Jamaica is home to the fastest person in the world, Usain Bolt. Jamaica has a bobsled team. Jamaica is the largest producers of bauxite. Jamaica’s motto is, “ out of many people, one people.” The colors on the flag have meanings. The Black depicts the strength and creativity of the Jamaican people. Gold stands for the natural wealth and beauty of sunlight. Green represents hope and agricultural resources.
Now you know the geography of Jamaica, What to see and do, and facts about Jamaica. Jamaica has something in store for everybody. You should go to Jamaica.
By: Jace Thompson
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