A modern and busy city set on the waterfront, Kingston wears a lot of hats: all at once it is Jamaica's busiest city, the commercial and political capital, and home to the seventh largest natural harbor in the world. Tourists find this city to be bursting with activity and will never want for something to do.
Despite its size, a great deal of Kingston can be explored on foot. You can begin a sightseeing tour by the cruise ship terminal and see several museums, government buildings, a city park, and several shopping centers. The main center of shopping is south of King Street where there are vendors set up as well as storefronts selling discounted goods. For locally crafted goods, you won't want to miss the Victorian Crafts Market on the waterfront. For some simple fun, there is a miniature golf course. Kingston is also home to some of the best dining and nightlife on the island – this is a place where you could stay up all night and never experience a dull moment.
Like to play golf? There are a pair of golf courses in the area. The courses are Caymanas Golf Club and Constant Spring Golf Club. You can click on the course name for more information concerning the course, including the location, number of holes, and a lot more. Those needing to find more details concerning golf throughout Jamaica can do so on this page.
If you have some people who love to shop traveling with you, they're not completely out of luck -- at least 50 retailers are located in this area. If you want to discover more about shopping in and around Kingston, you can do so by going to this page.
You really should set aside a day for experiencing the culture, sounds and sights of Kingston. Among other things, the area has 5 historic sites and various other attractions of interest to travelers. Tourists who enjoy the natural environment will frequently enjoy the area's waterfall, outdoor parks, and botanical gardens. To get more information on area sightseeing attractions, click here.
Look through the table just below for details on a firm that will guide you to some of the most interesting local sights.
|Excursions and Sightseeing Service||(876) 988-5730||Portmore|
|Nature Tourism Service||(876) 927-1202||3.7 mi. Southeast of Central Portmore|
Enjoying a spa might be one of the most enjoyable parts of your vacation. If a visit to the spa sounds like fun, you might be happy to discover there's one in the area. For a better look at places to relax in this area see this page.
If you're a tennis player you might want to stay at a hotel with a tennis court. However, we're only aware of one property in the area where you can play tennis.
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