Sunday, November 28, 2010

Lovers Leap St. Elizabeth Jamaica

Peaks of the Blue Mountains Jamaica 

The legend of Lovers Leap is based around the romance of two slaves who to prevent separation from each other jumped from a 1700′ cliff to escape their English Masters.

The cliff, the spot and the view are all part of the story told daily from their balcony their tour guides. This view is one of the most spectacular on the island, offer visitors a panoramic view of the coastline from Rocky Point, Clarendon in the east, to Pedro Bluff, Treasure Beach in the west and the mountains with Alumina Partners Jamaica. With a unique view of Santa Cruz and the Main Town Black River Below acts as a backdrop to complete the view of the Parish of St Elizabeth.

The view from the balcony is clear and the tranquility that one feels become tangible as birds slowly float by on warm air currents.By night a breath taking splendor of the lit Al-Part mining facilities at Nain seem like a Ship surrounded by darkness.

Feeling thirsty at this point? Step into our Toby Bar where the famous “lovers punch” will stimulate the senses.With a variety of other natural Jamaican flavors including various Appleton Jamaican Rum distilled at the Appleton Estates Holland Bamboo Grove not far from Lovers Leap.

Order your meal at the Chardley Restaurant while you take a tour of the property visiting our collection of local Cacti in our Cactus Garden; The mini farm where our guide will demonstrate “The Dry Farming Technique” which is unique to this area; or browse in our museum as you smell wafts of southern cooking coming from our kitchen.

Bringing the children along? Don’t worry the play area and gardens will keep them occupied for hours.

Lovers Leap is 90 minutes from Kingston on the south Coast through St Catherine, Clarendon,Manchester then to Spur tree. From Montego Bay or Negril through Savannah-la-mar the north western main road then south East through Blue fields by passing Boarder into St Elizabeth.

Carr/Allen Family Re-Union

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