Some UDC attractions open for business despite inclement weather

KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Urban Development Corporation (UDC) is advising the public that some of its attractions across the island are still open for business. Among them are Ocho Rios Bay Beach, Green Grotto Caves & Attractions, Turtle River Park, and Dunn’s River Falls & Park.

In a release on Monday, the UDC also advised that its corporate offices in Negril, Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, and its head office in Kingston are open to the public. The Jamaica Conference Centre, located in downtown Kingston, which is also managed by the UDC, was also listed as operational and open to the public.

Meanwhile in the Western region, the UDC said some attractions have remained closed to the public due to rough seas and inclement weather conditions. The Long Bay Beach Park and Bluefields Beach Park are among the attractions on that side of the island that will not be accepting guests on Monday.

Enquiring customers are being asked to contact the Western Region at (876) 656-9290.

The park facilities at Harmony Beach Park are open to the public while the beach remains closed. Harmony’s customer service team can be reached at (876) 590-6961 or harmonybeachpark@udcja.com.

Reach Falls, Portland, is closed due to a lack of electricity on the property.

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