Rio Bueno is a settlement in Trelawny, Jamaica. It has a population of 1,096 as of 2009.Rio Bueno, is a small seaside village on the border between the parishes of St Ann and Trelawny, and owes its importance, history and livelihood to the Rio Bueno Harbour, which is the deepest harbour in Jamaica, and perhaps one of the reasons why Columbus dropped anchor there on his first visit to Jamaica.

Type: Settlement
Category: Human Settlement
Latitude: 18.47093° or 18° 28' 15" north
Longitude: -77.4611° or 77° 27' 40" west
Elevation: 61 metres (200 feet)
Population: N/A
Location: Trelawny Parish, Cornwall County, Jamaica, Caribbean

Rio Bueno Satellite Map

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