The Mississippi River
Did you know the Mississippi River is the second longest river in the United States and by the way the largest by volume. It serves as Memphis' western border and is the reason why Memphis is known as "The River City" and "Bluff City." The banks of the Mississippi provide nearly five miles of parks which are perfect for outdoor recreation. In addition, riverboat cruises, canoe rentals, and other water activities are available.

Beale Street

Beale Street is the most famous street in Memphis and is home to more than 25 clubs and shops. Whether you want to find Memphis souvenirs, enjoy authentic Memphis soul food, listen to live music, or party into the night, Beale Street has everything you need to have a great time. Day or night, there is always something happening on Beale.


Without a doubt, Graceland is one of Memphis' most popular tourist attractions. Visitors to Graceland are given the opportunity to tour Elvis mansion, visit his grave, and even view his collection of automobiles, and airplanes. For fans of Elvis or even music in general, there is no doubt that a visit to Graceland is a must while in Memphis.

French Quarters

When tourists or first-time residents come to New Orleans, they have a difficult time understanding the city, and its culture. It looks like no other place in the United States. There first impression usually comes from the appearance of the French Quarter near many of the city's hotels. 

It is more than just a few blocks of townhouses and cottages standing side-by-side, up against the sidewalk. The size of the district startles even those well traveled in the rest of the united states. 

Visitors are accustomed to such a diversity of people moving at all hours of the day and night in the very center of the city. People then quickly learn that bars have no closing hour, that the food is very spicy, and that the music is sounding off almost everywhere. And they may also take note that the locals speak differently but rarely have southern accents.

Entry Requirements
U.S. Citizens: travelling to and from Jamaica must present a valid passport when leaving and or re-entering the United States .  Residents must present their Alien Resident Card (Green Card) together with passport of country for which they hold citizenship.   All visitors are required to travel with a return ticket or onward ticket for entry into Jamaica.  For more information, go to:  http://www.congenjamaica-ny.org/visas/

Canadian Citizens:  Valid passport or a government-issued identification with photograph, along with an official birth certificate.   Canadian residents must present a Canadian Permanent Resident Card and a passport showing country of citizenship.
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Jamaica Embassies and High Commissions
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