This short tour is designed to be an extension of our Puerto Rico & Dominican Republic tour and will target the 30 endemics (taxonomy depending) that occur on this very interesting island that has become popular with tourists for its palm-fringed stunning beaches, culture, reggae music, Blue Mountain coffee and overall laid back nature. We are going to spend our time amidst the forested Blue Mountains, the subtropical hotspot of Ecclesdown Road and will also visit some feeders in the north-west of the island to round off our endemic quest. Beginning in the picturesque Blue Mountains we will look for Jamaican Owl, Crested Quail-Dove, Red-billed Streamertail, Jamaican Tody, Jamaican Woodpecker, Jamaican Pewee, Jamaican Vireo, Arrowhead Warbler, Jamaican Blackbird, Jamaican Oriole, Orangequit and others, whilst greater Antillean Bullfinches can be seen in the gardens of our ideally-located hotel. Moving to the lowlands of the north coast we will make several visits to Ecclesdown Road - the premier birding site on the island. It is the only locality where every endemic has been seen! This seldom driven road is home to Black-billed and Yellow-billed Amazon, Chestnut-bellied and Jamaican Lizard Cuckoo, Black-billed Streamertail, Sad Flycatcher, Jamaican Crow, Jamaican Becard, Yellow-shouldered Grassquit and many other endemics and Caribbean specialities. Our final port of call will be Rocklands Bird Sanctuary where Jamaican Mango, Jamaican Euphonia and several other species can be seen at extremely close range to round off our exciting Jamaican adventure!