The Luminous Lagoon stretches along the Trelany Wetlands from Falmouth to the small village of Rock. Here you can see the millions of dinophyceae that inhabit, a rare and mysterious natural phenomenon in which the ocean glows blue with the light emitted by these microorganisms. This phenomenon seen in Jamaica is said to be the most widespread and beautiful of the same phenomena in the world. It is common to take a boat tour, such as a tour with transportation from Montego Bay.
Local time: Updated on October 6 According to the Jamaica Ministry of Health, 97 people were newly infected with the new coronavirus and 3 people died on the 5th. The cumulative number of infected people in Jamaica is 7,109, with a total of 123 deaths and 2,674 recoverers.
A national park in two mountains, the Blue Mountains and John Crow, in the southeastern part of the Jamaican island.
It is known as a gathering place for biodiversity in the Caribbean countries. It was registered as a World Heritage Site in 2015 as a complex heritage of nature and culture because it was once a refuge for the descendants (Maroon) of the fugitive slaves who were forcibly taken from Africa. Blue Mountain is also known for its suitable soil, wind and fog conditions for growing coffee beans. It is said that only the world-famous high-class Blue Mountain coffee, which has passed strict inspection, is exported overseas.