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Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Treasure Beach

Africa Village

All the creations (bar the drums) inside this traditional mud hut were made by the prolific artist, and children's writer Sharon – half-Maroon and a citizen of the world. Each pendant, artwork, pillow, naturally dye…
Top Choice Art in Montego Bay

Gallery of West Indian Art

In the suburb of Catherine Hall, this is the best quality gallery in town. It sells genuinely original arts and crafts from around the Caribbean including Cuban, Haitian and Jamaican canvases, hand-painted wooden an…
Arts & Crafts in Ocho Rios

Wassi Art

Family-owned Wassi Art employs more than 50 artists to make its colorful, richly decorated terra-cotta pottery. Free tours are offered, detailing the entire process including clay processing, painting and firing. Po…
Arts & Crafts in Bluefields & Belmont

Studio Black

Warning: don't walk past this artistically attired Rasta shack that's been defying hurricanes, dodgy drivers and all else in Belmont since 1977; it's simply too good to miss. Run by amiable local artist, Jah Calo, i…
Arts & Crafts in Treasure Beach

Callaloo Gift Shop

Most items in this gift shop are Jamaican-made, including hand-sewn colorful dresses (designed by a former French fashion designer who lives in Treasure Beach) and cushions, hand-painted porcelain, various beauty pr…
Coffee in Mandeville & Around

Jamaica Standard Products Coffee Factory

Stop by the JSP coffee factory to purchase fresh bags of Island Blue (Blue Mountain) coffee at extremely fair prices, as well as cheaper High Mountain coffee and blends of the two. JSP also sells a range of Baronhal…
Music in Kingston

Rockers International

Orange St was once home to a host of fabulous music shops, but Rockers International is one of the few remaining. Still, it has the best pick of reggae, dub and ska music in Kingston, all lovingly pressed on vinyl, …
Books in Kingston

Bookland

Excellent New Kingston bookshop. Stock includes a strong selection of titles on Jamaica and the Caribbean, including guidebooks and a fiction section dedicated to Caribbean writers. Also carries a good range of inte…
Mall in Ocho Rios

Island Village

Since its 2002 opening, this self-contained entertainment park has changed the face of Ocho Rios. The 2-hectare development claims to resemble a ‘Jamaican coastal village.’ It doesn’t remotely, but you'll still find…
Arts & Crafts in Accompong

Craft Shop

Goombay drums, along with medicinal herbs, calabash shells and abengs (cow horns), are for sale in the tiny red-and-green craft shop as you enter town. The hand-carved goombay drum (around J$4000) is box-shaped and …