Reggae Hill’s river attraction … A new ‘something-to-do’ in Ochi – Jamaica Gleaner

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Reggae Hill’s river attraction … A new ‘something-to-do’ in Ochi
Jamaica Gleaner
Evoking memories of Boonoonoonoos, that offered fun galore on the banks of the White River in the 1990s, Ocho Rios’ newest attraction, Reggae Hill, presents an ideal opportunity to enjoy nature at its best, with a little enhancement for unreserved

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Jamaica Gleaner

Reggae Hill's river attraction … A new 'something-to-do' in Ochi
Jamaica Gleaner
Evoking memories of Boonoonoonoos, that offered fun galore on the banks of the White River in the 1990s, Ocho Rios' newest attraction, Reggae Hill, presents an ideal opportunity to enjoy nature at its best, with a little enhancement for unreserved

and more »

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