They say that we are products of our heritage as it helps to shape what we are today.
Nestled deep in rural Jamaica amidst the backdrop of the spectacular Blue Mountains – Jamaica’s Highest Mountain Range – is the Buff Bay Valley.
All along this 20-mile corridor you meet warm and engaging people who with the lush and transcendent landscape and rich cultural and historical legacy are part of the allure connecting past and present.
Descending from the montane mist forest at 4,000 feet above sea level, to the traditional fishing seaport of Buff Bay, travelers along the Valley find themselves escorted by the meandering Buff Bay River, numerous cascading roadside waterfalls and magnificent post card panoramas.
On and off the beaten path are nature trails with lush vegetation much of it endemic to the island, caves, more waterfalls, historical buildings, agricultural displays and demonstration facilities and well preserved Maroon traditions.