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Introducing Maggotty

Maggotty is a forgettable town with an unforgettable name, laid out on a bend of the Black River at the western end of the Siloah Valley. It thinks of itself as a sleepy regional center, but it can also be a viable base for exploring YS Falls and the Appleton Rum Estate. Plus, Maggotty is the closest base for trips into the Black River Gorge, a rocky rent in the jungle speckled with 28 pretty waterfalls and intermittent natural swimming pools. The name, by the way, can be attributed to the missionary Rev John Hutch, who named Maggotty after his English birthplace.