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Mavic Pro 2 over Jamaica

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Jamaica-Shot By Elena

Elena Buenrostro

Elena Buenrostro has turned her passion for drones and aerial videography into a career; she's been featured in numerous high profile publications including the Washington Post and Fast Company.  In this video, she puts her DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone to work creating an look at the Caribbean island of Jamaica.  The video includes epic timelapse and asteroid mode shots, and a very creative dronie with her "Woman Who Drone" tagline etched into the famous white Jamaican sand.

Ian Fleming's Goldeneye Estate

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James Bond Goldeneye Filming Location - The Fleming Villa, Dunns River Falls, Cinamon Hill

ChristopherFenton

The English novelist Ian Fleming, creator of the 007 super-spy James Bond, spent a good deal of time on the Caribbean island of Jamaica.  He first visited during a World War II intelligence conference, and later he purchased a Jamaican estate named Goldeneye.  Much of his writing was conceived here, and the villa is expected to appear as a filming location in the upcoming (2020) film installment.  You can check out this famous villa from aabove in this fantastic drone video by Christopher Fenton.  

Aerial Tour of Jamaica

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DJI Inspire 1 and P3P Footage of Jamaica

warrenweir

Contributor Warren Weir created this aerial collage of his native Jamaica.  The footage was captured with a combination of the DJI Phantom 3 and Inspire 1 drones.  The video includes footage shot from across this beautiful Caribbean island, part of the Greater Antilles chain.  Watch it and you will get bird's eye views of much of what Jamaica has to offer, including chrystal blue waters, lush green mountains, and numerous festivals and gatherings.  

Fireworks in Kingston

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NYE Fireworks in Kingston

warrenweir

Contributor Warren Weir created this aerial capture of an epic New Years Eve fireworks display off the Jamaican capital city of Kingston.  Situated on the Caribbean island's southern coast, Kingston is also the country's largest city.  Kingston became the capital of Jamaica in 1692 (during its three centuries of British rule) after an earthquake destroyed the previous capital city of Port Royale, which is located to the west of Kingston and was once the largest city in the Caribbean region.

Ocho Rios

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Ocho Rios, Jamaica

ishellvaughan

Contributor Ishellvaughan gives us a bird's eye view of Ocho Rios, one of the most well known beaches of Jamaica.  James Bond fans may recognize the area shown in the video; it "played the role" of the fictitious "Crab Key" in the innaugural movie Dr. No (1962).  Here, in one of the series' most iconic scenes, the original "Bond Girl" Honey Rider (Ursula Andress) emerged from the water holding a conch shell to meet 007 (Sean Connery).  Ocho Rios later appeared in Live and Let Die (1973, #9 in the series).  

The Green Grotto Caves

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Green Grotto Caves, Jamaica - James Bond filming location 1973 DRONE EXCLUSIVE

ChristopherFenton

Contributor ChristoipherFewnton created this beautiful drone video of Jamaica's famous Green Grotto Caves.  The caves, which get their name from the green algae which covers their walls, are located in the middle of the northern coast of this Caribbean island.  Notably, the caves were a filming location for the James Bond film Live and Let Die (1973). In the film, the ninth in the series, the caves served as the hideout for the villain Dr. Konanga on the fictional island of San Monique.  

Tryall Club, Montego Bay

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The Tryall Club - Hanover Jamaica

droneadventuresltd

Montego Bay is the fastest growing beach area in Jamaica.  It sits in the northwest corner of the island, more or less opposite Kingston.  Montego Bay features some of the very best hotels and resorts in Jamaica.  Golf is one of the area's many attractions.  In this video from Droneadventuresltd, you'll get a bird's eye view of the Tryall Club, one of the area's top courses.  Designed by Ralph Plummer and opened in 1958, the course has hosted numerous PGA and LPGA tournaments.  

Portmore's Hellshire Beach

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Hellshire Beach|Portmore Jamaica

colazsmith

Check out this drone video of a beautiful beach spot in southern Jamaica.  Hellshire Beach is near the town of Portmore, which lies about 3/4 of the way towards the eastern end of the long Caribbean Sea coastline.  It's just a short drive of less than a half an hour from the capital city, Kingston.  The coast here is almost on a north-south axis and looks out to Kingston Harbor to the east, with Hellshire Beach on the southern part of the coastline.

Tensing Pen Resort, Negril

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Tensing Pen Resort - Negril Jamaica

AnDroneMeda One

Tensing Pen is a famous resort in Jamaica. It's located in Negril, the main beach community on the western side of the island.  Negril was somewhat slower to develop as a Jamaican destination; its development began when a modern road was built to Montego Bay (to its northeast) in the 1950's.  As seen in this drone video by AnDroneMeda One, Tensing Pen was built in the early 1970's and has been renovated several times since; it's located on a small peninsula just south of the now-famed Seven Mile Beach. 

Kingston Waterfront

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Drone of Waterfront Downtown Kingston, Jamaica in 4K

warrenweir

Check out this drone video of the waterfront of Kingston, Jamaica, compliments of contributor WarrenWeir.  The largest city and capital of Jamaica, Kingston lies on the southern shore of this Caribbean island nation.  Kingston has the distinction of being the largest (predominantly) English speaking city south of the USA in the Western Hemisphere.  The city was founded in the late 17th century after an earthquake destroyed the original principal city of Port Royal.  

Jamaica's Mangroves

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Beautiful mangroves in Jamaica

colazsmith

Amongst the natural wonders of the Caribbean island of Jamaica are its mangroves, which are found along long stretches of its coast. These marshy saltwater wetlands provide breeding grounds for many species of fish, and in general serve to protect the shoreline from erosion.  Their ecological importance has led to a number of actions on the part of the government to protect these treasured areas.  Check out the Jamaican mangroves from above in this drone video by colazsmith.  

Aerial Tour of Jamaica

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Discover Jamaica

officialvideoedits

As the title suggests, you will be able to discover the Caribbean island of Jamaica with this video by Officialvideoedits, which incorporates both drone and ground camera footage.  The fourth largest island in the Caribbean Sea, Jamaica is one of the Greater Antilles which include Cuba, Santo Domingo, Puerto Rico, and the Cayman Islands.  An independent country since 1962, Jamaica remains part of the British Commonwealth.  This video was filmed with a DJI Phantom 3 drone.

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