7Jul
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Ian Kerr, Managing Director of Sunset at the Palms, Named “Hotelier of the Year”

Ian Kerr, the managing director of Sunset at the Palms, has been named “Hotelier of the Year” by the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association. Mr. Kerr’s selection was based on his management of both operations and food and beverage teams, dedication to the resort’s appearance, passion for marketing his property and the entire destination,

7Jul
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Beauty Truly Blooms at Sunset at the Palms

Sunset at the Palms has managed to set itself apart from other all-inclusive properties throughout the island by preserving and presenting Jamaica’s connection to nature. And, although we have one of the most stunning beaches in Negril, guest rooms are, in fact, surrounded by trees and flowers which beckon to birds and butterflies and

8Jun
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New “Try Dive” Program Lets Visitors Sample Scuba Diving in Resort Pool

In its ongoing quest to deliver the most incredible experiences for its guests, Sunset at the Palms, an adults-only, all-inclusive resort in Negril, Jamaica, has begun offering “try dives” in its swimming pool. Offered daily, the “try dives” give guests the opportunity to try on the equipment for scuba diving or “snuba” (a combination of

7Jun
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Best “New Staff” Announcement Ever! Meet Betty

Sunset at the Palms, an all-inclusive, adults-only resort in Negril, Jamaica, proudly announces the appointment of the newest addition to its grounds crew, Betty the Goat. Betty, who received her formal training on a farm on the western end of Jamaica, brought with her solid experience in chomping on greenery. Her supervisor, Basil Grant

7Jun
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Jamaica-Rama!

There are many reasons to visit a destination in the off season. There are smaller crowds, shorter lines, and hotel prices are most likely less expensive. Sometimes though, traveling in the off season means that you will also have less activities and excitement than during peak periods when there are crowds. That is not

21Apr
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Fun at Dunn’s River Falls, Jamaica

Once you’re at your vacation destination, excursions can be tricky to plan. It is important to be sure that if you’re leaving your Tree House Paradise, that the excursion will be worth the trip,  be enjoyable, and leave you with lasting memories.  Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios, is an excursion that fits that criteria,

14Apr
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Easter Traditions in the Caribbean

Easter in the Caribbean is celebrated with great fanfare, solemn dress and wonderful foods. Since the islands of the Caribbean are mainly Christian, visitors can expect to find celebration in many forms to recognize the risen Savior. Some of the traditions are Christian mixed with Caribbean culture. Most are unique to these islands where

10Apr
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Floyd’s Pelican Bar: A Unique Jamaican Experience

Visitors to Negril, Jamaica can’t miss the unique experience of visiting Floyd’s Pelican Bar. Not only is it a picturesque, rustic bar that fits right in with the tropical island scenery, but it’s also located out in the middle of the ocean on a sandbar. The only way to reach it is by boat.

23Mar
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Sustainable Travel – See Negril, Jamaica as an Eco-tourist

With the increasing global awareness of the need to reduce one’s carbon footprint. Travelling responsibly has become the preferred way to see the world. This is where the concept of eco-tourism comes in, when economic development, sustainable livelihood, and conservation efforts go hand in hand. With its azure ocean and sandy beaches, and tropical

27Feb
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The Magical world of Jamaica’s Blue Mountains

The 2256m high Blue Mountains are situated on the eastern edge of Jamaica, offering spectacular scenery. Named for the bluish mists that always shroud its peaks, visiting the Blue Mountains is one of the premier Jamaica tourist activities. The area is of great ecological and historical significance. The forests boast some of the most