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Christmas in Jamaica

Christmas in Jamaica isn’t much different from anywhere else in the world – certainly, as it is everywhere, it’s a time for family, food, friendship and celebration. Actually, in Jamaica, Christmas is mostly about family, food and friendship. Christmas Eve in Jamaica is also known as Grand Market. Every city and town has one

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G.O.A.T. Wedding Announcement Does Double Duty

It’s Quite Possibly the Greatest of All Time … and It’s Honestly about Goats  The management and staff of Sunset at the Palms, an all-inclusive, adults-only resort in Negril, Jamaica, proudly announces the marriage of two of the property’s most recent hires, Betty and Royal Brown. The pair of goats, who are official members

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Enjoy Some of Jamaica’s Tastiest Fruits While Visiting Sunset at the Palms

Jamaica is home to a wide assortment of fruits celebrated not only for their delicious tastes but ample health benefits as well. Because our tropical climate many of these fruits are available year-round. Visitors can indulge in these juicy delights no matter when their trip is planned. While some Jamaican fruits are available in

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Enjoy a Relaxing Day on a Martha Brae River Raft Tour

Looking for something relaxing to do while visiting Sunset at the Palms? How about a relaxing tour on the Martha Brae River? The site where you leave from has acres of cut green grass It has picnic grounds where tourists can relax and eat, a full service bar, swimming pool, gift shops, and restrooms.

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Annie Palmer – The White Witch of Rose Hall

Your vacation to Jamaica won’t be complete without visiting some of the country’s historic sites. One popular destination is Rose Hall Plantation. Rose Hall is one of the country’s most famous houses and has an incredible history and breathtaking views of Montego Bay. The White Witch of Rose Hall According to some people, there

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No “Butts” About It … Book a Picnic with This Resort’s Celebrity Goat

Sunset at the Palms, an all-inclusive, adults-only resort in Negril, Jamaica, garnered a lot of attention this spring when its staff expanded to include Betty, a female goat who became an instant hit when she was adopted by the hotel’s grounds keeping crew. In response to popular demand, the resort has found a new

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Gain Exclusive Travel Experience with Club MoBay VIP Services When You Book with Sunset at the Palms

The treehouse-style boutique hotel, Sunset at the Palms, is well-known for its outstanding commitment to guests. The resort is further able to anticipate the needs of its guests, through its exclusive partnership with Club MoBay, a VIP arrival service. Owing to this partnership, the resort is able to deliver intimate and personalized travel experiences

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BikiniTeam Coming to Sunset at the Palms as part of its 2017 Caribe Tour

BikiniTeam, a South Florida-based beach lifestyle brand, has selected Sunset at the Palms for part of its 2017 CaribTour. BikiniTeam photographers John Neyrot and Tommy Abrahamsen create exclusive photographic and video content for its network of web properties and social media networks. BikiniTeam content is also syndicated in print and digital formats to worldwide

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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

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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