Lime Cay

      Lime Cay is a small island, or an islet, located off the southern coast of Jamaica. It takes about 15 minutes to reach this island by boat from Port Royal, Jamaica. It’s the largest of the small islands near Port Royal. Lime Cay is an uninhabited piece of nature. It’s covered in sand and trees, and it’s mostly empty during the week, so clothing is “optional”, but during the weekends there are many visitors, so clothing becomes necessary. The islet is uninhabitable because whenever there’s high tide, the water swallows it almost entirely. It is said to be one of the best places for snorkelling.

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