Travel with your imagination: Jamaica offers hours of reggae music online


Think of Jamaica and immediately the music of “Jamming”, one of the most famous songs by Bob Marley, starts in your brain. Music, reggae, declared Intangible heritage of humanity by UNESCO in 2018, but not only, also ska, dub, rocksteady, ragga or dancehall, is synonymous with this exotic Caribbean island where life flows slowly and to the rhythm of music.

To those who have had the good fortune to spend a holiday in Jamaica the first notes of this song will bring a smile to your face. Those who, however, have not yet had the opportunity to go there will be able to start studying the itinerary of their next dream trip.


The talcum powder beaches of Jamaica @ 123rf

L’Jamaican tourism board created a b with the best music of the Caribbean island, of yesterday and today, to inspire travelers and make them dream of Jamaica. From Jimmy Cliff to Konshens, passing through Beres Hammond and of course Bob Marley, contains over 200 songs and more than 15 hours of Jamaican, classical and modern music. The album is titled “Every little thing is gonna be alright“: Listen to him while browse the images of the white beaches of Montego Bay and Ocho Rios, while you imagine yourself under the falls of the Dunn River or if you teleport sitting at a table in the legendary Rick’s Café in Negril.

In short, places that make you dream. After all, how not to fall in love with immense beaches, clear waters and a sea full of tropical fish? This island is full of coasts that are real tropical paradises, many of which are still virgin. For those looking for a vacation made of beaches, sun and nightlife, Jamaica is the ideal destination.


Rick’s Rick’s Cafe @ 123rf

Jamaican beaches are undoubtedly the favorite destination of tourists because they have so much to offer from the point of view of relaxation, activities and fun. Along the coast there are also many places to dance and listen to concerts on the beach. If you are also looking for a little adventure, you can add aexcursion on the Black River, where crocodiles can be spotted.

And if you have to choose a resort to stay in, point your finger at the GoldenEye of Oracabessa Bay. It is here that, from Ian Fleming’s mind, the character of 007 was born, and it is here that many of the James Bond adventures. Starting from “007 – License to kill”, the first episode of the saga released in 1962, to end with the latest film, “No time to die” which will be released in late 2020.


The beach of Ocho Rios @ 123rf


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