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Sun, Sea and Sand...

Imagine waking up to the beautiful sunrise, enjoying your breakfast on the terrace of your Jamaican home, and getting ready to go out and enjoy all that our island has to offer.

Jamaica is one of the most diverse and colorful islands in the Caribbean, with happy friendly and lively locals, who love music and love to party, if you are looking for a good time this is the island for you. Jamaican weather is beautiful all year round, with highs of 29 degrees in July, and 25 degrees in January. Jamaica is a very popular destination for vacationers, who return year after year, often choosing to purchase their own home on the island for an easy getaway. Other visitors choose the island as the location for their new permanent home.

Whatever you are looking for here, you are guaranteed to find it, and if not, we have plenty of vacant land for you to create your dream home yourself… The possibilities are endless:

  • Single Family Homes
  • Condo
  • Townhouse
  • Development land
  • Commercial property

Jamaica, a rich cultural history.

Very little is known about the early history of Jamaica, apart from the Arawaks being the first inhabitants of the island, and named the island “Xaymaca”. In 1494, Christopher Columbus discovered the island while he was on his second American exploration voyage. Christopher Columbus renamed the island Santiago, however this never stuck, and the name reverted to Xaymaca.

The Spanish arrived on the island, and enslaved many of the indigenous people either sending them to Spain, or making them work on the island. By 1600 the entire native population was wiped out. In 1645 the British captured Jamaica from the Spanish, however the former slaves refused to surrender and took to the mountains. There was heavy pirate activity between 1660 and 1670, and in 1670 Spain formally surrendered Jamaica to the British.

Two years after the British took the island, The Royal Africa Company was formed, it used Jamaica as its primary market and Jamaica became a center of slave trading in the West Indies.

Settlers came to the island, opened up plantations and used slaves to grow sugar, cocoa, indigo and coffee. The island was very wealthy up until the abolition of the slave trade in 1807, when sugar prices fell and caused widespread suffering due to the worsening economic situation.

Jamaica saw several uprisings including two of the major ones which were in 1865, and 1938, after these riots a new Jamaica began to evolve, and the two now political parties were established: The Jamaica Labour Party, and The Peoples’ National Party.

Jamaica petitioned for independence from British rule, and in 1962 raised its own national flag, with the first president being Alexander Bustamante. Up until today the government has only changed hands between the two main parties.

Culture, Lifestyle, Fun

We've got it all, join us won't you?

This is the island of parties, great weather, and just about as much fun as you can handle! With the absolutely stunning weather in Jamaica, you can enjoy the outdoors in a way you never have before.

The variety of activities are fantastic, with something to suit everyone, even the most adventurous of people. Enjoy exploring the blue mountains, calypso rafting, canopy tours, horseback ride n swim, boat trips, diving, snorkeling and much more.

Of course, we are also rich in stunning white sandy beaches for you to lay a towel down and relax under the swaying palm trees and the warm sun.

Food with a Jamaican Twist

From fine dining, to fusion dining, and international dishes, you will find something to suit your taste in one of the many restaurants. The blend of international flavors with indigenous spices will introduce you to the delicious Caribbean flare. Dine on a private beach, on a high hill top with wonderful views, or maybe you want to reserve an intimate table in a cave. Wherever you choose to dine, and whatever dish you choose you are guaranteed to have an experience like no other.

Jamaica is a fabulous island to visit and to live, and the choices of real estate, activities, cuisine, views and beautiful beaches will provide you with a relaxed and laid-back lifestyle you have only ever dreamed of.

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