Tamarind Tree Resort

Address: PO Box 235 St. Ann, Runaway Bay, Jamaica | Resort
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This resort, located on PO Box 235 St. Ann, Runaway Bay, is near Green Grotto Caves, Fort Charles, Fort Carlisle, and Fort Walker.
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    Travel Blogs from Runaway Bay

    A sad day........

    A travel blog entry by beenie1983 on Apr 23, 2013

    15 photos

    Our last full day! We're going to have to make the most of the sun, sea and pool today! Woke at ten past seven, got changed, grabbed our iPads and iPhones and went to breakfast. We're not going to have our a la carte meal tonight. We would rather eat at the time we feel like it on our last day. After a large breakfast we went to the lobby for a little while to use the Internet. Then we went and got our beach stuff and went to the ...

    Lots of swimming!

    A travel blog entry by beenie1983 on Apr 15, 2013

    10 photos

    ... our server said, they had no Cornish hen! We both decided to try the Chateaubriand. It was DELICIOUS!! Served at your table, with duchess potatoes and asparagus! I could eat that over and over! We were so tired after our big meal that we went straight to our room and got into bed to play a bit of Mexican train. Long day tomorrow with an early start! 7:20 in the lobby to go to Port Antonio! It's gonna be ...

    Dunn's River Falls

    A travel blog entry by mcfarlne on Aug 22, 2011

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... from the boys. We had two guides and a photographer with our group, all quite mad and very boisterous trying to encourage the crowd and screaming “Yeh Mon” every few minutes.

    I am not sure how long it took to climb the fall, I think about 45 minutes but not sure. It was really good fun and we decided we would pay for the video of the climb as well for a keep sake. My knee was also fine the whole way?

    At the end of the ...

    Why is Jamaica so damn cold?

    A travel blog entry by soxmwc44 on Sep 29, 2010

    10 photos

    ... name he went by), and headed off to explore the island.

    What we thought was going to be a nice, open air view of the lush green area of Ocho Rios, rapidly turned to sh*t! The more we drove, the harder the rain fell. The more it rained, the colder it got. Everyone in the back of the jeep was getting soaked, and after we got through an area called "Ferngully," Mr. T. finally got out and put the plastic sides on the jeep because I think he was sensing ...

    Check "climb the falls" off our bucket list

    A travel blog entry by adelleg on Nov 04, 2009

    25 photos

    The Jamaica trip was a much better experience overall than Haiti with the only exception being the pushiness of the vendors. We took a tour of the Green Grotto Caves, which was amazing. There were bats in abundance and the path we followed was guided by a very knowledgable and entertaining man who told us about the history of the caves and their use in the Jamaican version of the Underground Railway, as well as historically in the original civilizations of the island. Jarod was ...