Jamaica Rasta Ecotourism Ital Cooking


Let Mokko be your Jamaican culinary guide, learn Ital (natural) cooking. The food is vegetarian with sometimes fish, chicken and beef if you choose.


Watch YouTube Ital Cooking Video

Positive Vibrations Guesthouse Negril



Elvis and Laura have some little cottages in the West End of Negril. You can stay in their cute, clean safe cottages, rates $35-50 US per/night. Stay 6 nights, 7th night free! Monthly rates available.

Zion Country Eco Beach Cabins


Stay as the guest of Free-I at Zion Country Eco Beach Cabins. Free-I was born and raised in Holland where he learned horticulture and respect for the earth and all who reside upon it.  He brought his love and skills to Jamaica where he applied them to Zion Country, transforming the land into a little piece of heaven which he so graciously shares with his guests.

Jamaican Rasta Guesthouse See the "Real Jamaica"

Riverside Cool Cottages, Sunning Hill, Jamaica

Riverside Cool Cottages

Come discover Jamaica and find something new about life. Why not come to the eastern end of Jamaica in the Parish of St. Thomas. We can stay at Riverside Cool Cottages and enjoy the farming town of Sunning Hill, or we can travel around beautiful Jamaica.

Some places to go are:

Bath Jamaica


The small Jamaican town of Bath hosts the oldest botanical gardens on the island and a natural healing mineral springs.

The Botanical garden holds the oldest breadfruit trees, said to be the original trees brought to the island by Captain Bligh.

Palm View Guest House Montego Bay


by Joyce and Carl Berdie

We found a nice place in Montego Bay called Palm View Guesthouse that we would like to share. It is up on a hill and it was easy to walk down from there to the main street of Mo Bay.

Morant Bay Market Jamaica


Morant Bay Market is as authentic a Jamaican market as it gets. Under its zinc roof is housed stall after stall of vegetables, household goods, school supplies. There is a section for the meat market where you can find various feet used enthusiastically in traditional dishes. There are spice blends sold in little plastic bags that are used just as enthusiastically.

What to Bring for Others Travel Planning Jamaica


When you travel to Jamaica you can do some humanitarian recyclIng from your first world community to the third world community to which you are traveling.

Clothing appropriate to the climate in all sizes can be gathered from friends and family.  Household items like sheets, pillowcases, pillows, pots and dishes, tarps, tools, flashlights, balls, sports equipment, books, baby items and toys, shoe laces may be items to consider donating. Surprisingly, they would like sweatshirts and sweaters because it gets cool.

Buy what you don't bring at the Fi We Sinting Festival
You can get anything you want, Zion Country Community.
Roxanne, Community of Zion Country
Street vendor, Port Antonio