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About UsJamaica Travel and Culture .com is a site dedicated to helping the visitor to experience as much of the diverse beauty of Jamaica as possible.
Many visitors to Jamaica only get to experience a neatly packaged tourist-friendly version of Jamaica through staying on one of the Island's many luxurious hotels. Whilst these hotels are the perfect place to spend a holiday, Jamaica has far more to offer. With this website, we hope to provide visitors with more information about the wealth of experiences that can be had in Jamaica. Whether you live in Jamaica, are currently visiting Jamaica or are overseas planning your dream holiday, we hope that you can find something on this site which interests you.
We have also included sections on Jamaican food and drink, music and the arts. The intention of these sections is to highlight some of the artistic and culinary culture of Jamaica, which can be enjoyed whichever country you happen to be in.
AccessibilityWe firmly believe that information displayed on the internet should be accessible to all web users and have included a number of features to aid accessibility to members of the net community with restricted abilities. There are many groups in the community, such as the visually impaired, the deaf and those with limited manual dexterity whose needs are often overlooked by web designers. Attention has also been paid to users who are not fortunate enough to be viewing this site using the latest technology. We ensure that "next-best" substitutes are offered for any features of the site not supported by older technology. At Jamaica Travel and Culture .com we endeavour to cater for as many of these groups as we can and have taken many measures to achieve this goal. Some examples are shown below:-
- Variable text size. Text can be enlarged using your browser in order to accommodate those with impaired vision.
- Graphics captions. Descriptions of any pictures used are displayed on browsers which do not support graphics.
- Navigation without a mouse. It is possible to navigate around this site using your keyboard's "Tab" key if you are unable to use a mouse.