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Here you can find some interesting links
 CAVING IN JAMAICA

  • There aren't many websites devoted to caving in Jamaica, but there is the site of the Jamaican Caves Organisation (JCO) . The place to go!!!

  • Jamaica Underground The web site of Alan Fincham is worth a visit. Alan is the writer of the one and only cave reference of the island: the JAMAICA UNDERGROUND . This cave register gives a detailed description of 1100 caves and contains more than 300 cave maps. A monument! For every caver just dreaming to go caving to Ja this is a must have. Tons and tons of information. Excellent work from Mr Fincham. This is a lives work. Only minor flaw: the many cavemaps have been redrawn to have a uniform style throughout the book resulting in a reduction of detail compared to the original maps. But who cares ;)

  • Not to miss. The site about Cockpit Country by Mike Schwartz.

  • worth the detour: a Dutch view on Jamaica .

  • Read the story written by Kevin Sheard of the Yorkshire Subterranean Society (UK). In '93 these guys from the YSS went to Jamaica. Read their adventures written down with a lot of humour.

  • If you want to know more about the island, read the The Gleaner   and the Jamaica Observer .

  • You want to know the value of a Jamaican dollar? Go to The Universal Currency Converter .

  • The starting point for planning a trip to Jamaica: The Jamaica Tourist Board .

  • Want to know more about rebreathers? The site of Jan Willem Bech is the perfect place to be.

  • Interested in Jamaican land snails? Go to the Interactive key to Jamaican land snails by Gary Rosenberg and David Drumm.

  • Here is a site about Jamaican Rudists by Simon F. Mitchell . Rudists are typical Jamaican fossils.
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