Buy Moon Jamaica
Seventh Edition, October 2016
Price: $19.99 USD
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Come to Jamaica for its tropical climate and calm Caribbean waters; stay to explore the heart of its vibrant culture and spirit with Moon Jamaica!
What You’ll Find in Moon Jamaica:
- Expert advice from local author Oliver Hill, who shares the best-kept secrets of his island home
- Full-color, vibrant, helpful photos
- Detailed directions and maps for exploring on your own
- In-depth coverage of Negril and the West Coast, Montego Bay and the Northwest Coast, Ocho Rios and the North Central Coast, Port Antonio and the East Coast, Kingston and the Blue Mountains, The South Coast
- Activities and ideas for every traveler: Surf the turquoise waters, or relax on white sands. Get your adrenaline fix by cliff jumping or climbing the Blue Mountains. Hike through lush jungle to magnificent waterfalls, or move to the beat of Kingston’s legendary music scene. Sample Jamaican rum and coffee, or dine beachfront at a luxurious resort. Eat freshly picked fruit for breakfast, watch hummingbirds flit about tropical flowers, or bathe in a crystal-clear spring on a hot day.
- Strategic itineraries in an easy-to-navigate format, such as The Best of Jamaica, Roots and Culture, and Hidden Beaches and Hillside Hikes
- Current background information on the landscape, culture, history, and environment
- Essential insight for travelers on health and safety, transportation, and accommodations, packaged in a book light enough to fit in your beach bag
With Moon Jamaica‘s practical tips, myriad activities, and an insider’s view on the best things to do and see, you can plan your trip your way.
A dedicated reggae fan from a young age, Oliver Hill began his lasting relationship with Jamaica like many Americans—through the island’s music. Friendships with fellow students of Jamaican heritage in high school ultimately led Oliver to visit the island, where he established a recording studio in a Kingston suburb in partnership with a local artist. Frequent trips to Spain and other destinations throughout his youth gave Oliver a global perspective on life and an unquenchable thirst for experiencing new places and cultures.
Later, a masters program in journalism at Columbia University took Oliver back to Jamaica with a film crew to shoot Coping with Babylon, a chronicle of contemporary Rastafarian philosophy that has appeared in international film festivals around the world and as part of an exhibition at the Smithsonian titled “Discovering Rastafari.”
Oliver has worked as a video editor, ornithologist, and financial writer, and currently works as a correspondent for mergermarket, a Financial Times Group publication, in Latin America.
For more information on Oliver’s film production company, check out www.sonerito.com. Visit his website, www.moonjamaica.com, for links to recommended lodging and services and up-to-date events coverage in Jamaica.