Walking at Good Hope


A walk at Good Hope Estate is the most glorious way to begin a day in Jamaica.  Not just good for the soul, it is the best way to digest a 2000 acre country landscape lost in time.





The wild life you’ll encounter is not so wild!



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Good Hope is a wonderful place for trees.  Giant Cottonwoods, the Taino Indians used for building canoes, holding 50 or more men!  Enormous stands of Bamboo follow the Martha Brae River.  Site some of the last Jamaica talls, Royal Palms, slim as a needle, graceful as an arabesque…

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And when you think it doesn’t get any better, an idyllic swimming pool on the Martha Brae River presents itself and is irresistible!


About the author

Lynda Lee Burks has lived in Jamaica most of her adult life. She supports her passion for living by the sea, by organizing tours of Jamaica, producing events – dub poets to destination weddings, and as artist and teacher.  

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