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You don't need to sport a loincloth to swing through the treetops in the tropical paradise of Jamaica.

Give yourself a getaway to go bananas about with a five-day, four-night adventure that will make you feel like the king of the jungle among the pristine sands and crystal waters of Negril Treehouse Resort.

Go wild with your Jane on the island's beautiful western coast. You'll enjoy daily breakfast for two with bottomless Blue Mountain Coffee, a $20 massage credit to have you feeling in tree-top shape during your stay, a 10% discount on your on-site dining and bar bill upon check out, $20 to spend on water sports like parasailing or jet skiing and round-trip ground transportation from Montego Bay Airport ($360 for two people, $720 for four).

The one-of-a-kind Caribbean island nation will adopt you as its own, introducing you to dense jungles, breathtaking mountains, exotic cuisine, spectacular sunsets and a rich heritage steeped in West African, British, Welsh and Irish influences.

Monkey around to a pulsing Reggae beat on the property's beach volleyball court, sipping Red Stripe at the Beach Bar or trying out the perfectly spiced jerk meat Jamaica is famous for before napping in a hammock that sways in the salty ocean breeze.

Hang out at the island's many coffee plantations, explore the coral reef, and take a dip in the enchanting (and aptly named) Pristine Cove, taking your cue from the laid-back attitude of the locals.

Untangle the complicated vines of your everyday and discover a legendary location that just might call for a bit of chest beating.

Escape kit

  • A five-day, four-night stay for two ($360) or four ($720)
  • Daily breakfast for two with bottomless Blue Mountain Coffee
  • 10% off all food and drink
  • $20 massage credit
  • $20 water sports credit
  • Round-trip ground transfer from Montego Bay Airport
  • Book by 19 July

For details and to reserve your stay, visit LivingSocial Escapes. Then, read our mini-guide to Jamaica or find further inspiration with lobster-diving in the Abacos and stingray-watching in the Caymans.

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