Is there any coconuts in Jamaica?
Jamaica has a warm, tropical climate being located in the Caribbean and places with this type of climate and vegetation such as palm trees will have coconuts. With Jamaica being a popular tourist destination, I would doubt they would be without coconuts!
Of course Jamaica has coconuts. I live in Jamaica and trust me their quite abundant too. We buy them every Sunday to make a special dinner. By The way I came across this question while doing homework. Our climate acts in the favor of those types of plants.
Aricultural production is an important contributor to Jamaica's economy, accounting for 7.4 percent of GDP in 1997 and providing nearly a quarter of the country's employment. Sugar, which has been produced in Jamaica for centuries, is the nation's dominant agricultural export, but the country also produces bananas, coffee, spices, pimentos, cocoa, citrus, and coconuts.
As you all should know, bananas and coconuts are tropical fruits grown on the island of Jamaica. Jamaicans also eat Jerk, which is a type of a small chicken. Junk food, like spiders, crickets, and cockroaches are eaten as snacks. You may think eating bugs are gross, but once you try them, they're quite tasty!