Abeokuta Paradise Nature Park (pronounced A-be-o-ku-ta) is located a few yards off the Dean’s Valley Road in Westmoreland. The centerpiece of this rustic eco-tourism destination is an almost Olympic-sized pool which is fed by water that is channelled via an aqueduct from the nearby Sweet River. Abeokuta Paradise Nature Park took its name from the Read more about Abeokuta Paradise Nature Park[…]
The Maroon settlement of Accompong perched high up in the mountains of St. Elizabeth in western Jamaica, bordering the western parishes of St. James and Trelawny. The village has a tourist entertaining booth, where tourists, schoolchildren in large and small groups and other Jamaicans visit Accompong daily to hear the history of the past, to Read more about Accompong Village[…]
Located in the picturesque Nassau Valley in St. Elizabeth, the Appleton Estate Rum Tour will take you on a journey through time to learn about the history of rum and to give you an inside look at how the finest rum in the world is made. Enjoy a guided tour of the artefacts that illustrate Read more about Appleton Estate Rum Tour[…]
Aquasol Theme Park is a beach in Montego Bay which readily embraces the spirit of “fun in the sun”. If you’re looking for an action packed day out on the beach with loads of activities to choose from (or somewhere that children can occupy themselves while you concentrate on sunbathing) then Aquasol is the beach Read more about Aquasol Beach Park[…]
Interact with Jamaica’s Hummingbirds – one of nature’s most amazing creations. Calm down, unwind and enjoy the soothing sounds of nature see a great variety of tropical flowers, plants and trees.
Bellefield Great House is a destination within a destination. Tucked away in the hills of Montego Bay Jamaica, this beautiful gem gives your guests the experience of the “real Jamaica”. This magnificent venue, one of Jamaica’s oldest sugar plantations is set on a pristine 10 acres. It offers a variety of options for weddings and Read more about Bellefield Great House & Gardens[…]
Discover the beauty of the South Coast with a boat tour by motor launch up Jamaica’s largest navigable river and through what is Jamaica’s largest wetland area, Black River Safari, the Black River lower morass. Our basic tour takes you six miles up the river and return, during which a running commentary is given by Read more about Black River Safari[…]
The Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park (BJCMNP) is located in the eastern end of the island of Jamaica. It extends over an area of 486 km2 (48,600ha) and represents 4.4% of Jamaica’s land surface. The mountains of the Park dominate the skyline of eastern Jamaica, and incorporate much of the interior of the Read more about Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park[…]
Blue Hole Mineral Spring sits beneath a cavernous opening in Jamaica’s terrain and is completely encased by Karst limestone. The naturally occurring minerals in the limestone act as an underground filter for the steady upwelling of water, leaving behind a luxuriously pure bath of minerals for guests to enjoy. Blue Hole Mineral Spring is located Read more about Blue Hole Mineral Spring[…]
The most famous place in Portland and one of the legendary beauty spots in the world. A natural favourite for swimmers as the mix of fresh and salt water offers an unusual bathing experience. They say the lagoon is bottomless and that a sort of dragon resides there. But in reality Blue Lagoon is and Read more about Blue Lagoon[…]
The Blue Mountains form the longest mountain range along the eastern edge of Jamaica and features majestic scenery. Many people hike or bike through the mountains to witness first hand nature at its finest. This under-explored area is also the source of the world. The ride up to Blue Mountains is an interesting one. The Read more about Blue Mountain Bicycle Tours[…]
The museum is situated on the site of the legendary musician’s home, which he purchased in 1975. This house, featuring 19th-century architecture, was Marley’s home until his death in 1981. It was converted into a museum six years later by his wife, Mrs Rita Marley. The main museum displays Marley’s personal treasures. The property also Read more about Bob Marley Museum[…]
Nine Mile is the birthplace and final resting place of Robert Nesta Marley, more commonly known as Bob Marley. Bob Marley was born in a small cottage in the rural village of Nine Mile and lived here until he was 13 years old. His house and community gave Bob the inspiration for many of his Read more about Bob Marley’s Mausoleum[…]
Booby Cay is a very small island that sits just off shore from Negril Jamaica. Booby Cay does has a claim to fame, since many scenes from Jules Verne’s popular film “20,000 Leagues Under The Sea” were filmed on the small island. Booby Cay gets its name from the booby bird, which is a type Read more about Booby Cay Island[…]
Boston Bay is famous for being the birthplace of Jerk food. The beach at Boston Bay and the surrounding roads are lined with jerk stalls simply the best in Jamaica. Boston Bay is also a well-known beach for surfing. Once a year Boston hosts the Portland Jerk Festival, featuring live music, sideshows and, you’ve guessed Read more about Boston Beach[…]
A truly fun and enjoyable experience for the whole family! Here at Braco Stables, we offer horseback riding – a tour through the scenic countryside, onto the shore and swimming bareback with the horses on a beautiful, private beach. Introducing our newest tour, Hike & Bike Excursion! Where it’s all about having fun, experiencing the Read more about Braco Stables[…]
A hidden beauty and a gorgeous place to take a relaxing dip.
The parish of Trelawny now boasts one of the best public beaches in the island. The facility at the beach includes a children play area, picnic areas and gazebos, restrooms and changing facilities, seating, lifeguard towers, water and electricity supply as well as parking. The parish of Trelawny is also home to Olympic world record, Read more about Burwood Beach[…]
The faint sound of rushing water gently beckons, and 101 steps down a steep narrow walkway, tucked behind huge boulders, is a serendipitous find, the Cane River Falls. Although the falls are the closest and most easily accessible by residents of Kingston, the nation’s capital, they are still relatively unknown, and on most days no Read more about Cane River Falls[…]
A string of sleepy fishing villages located off the beaten track on Jamaica’s desert south coast a community-based tourism destination involved and active in sustainable local development laid back, friendly, and proud to be Jamaican.
Chukka Cove offers the best of Jamaica, with adventures for all ages. Fly through the rainforest hundreds of feet in the air, swim on horseback, River Tubing through the untouched jungle terrain of Jamaica’s interior, explore the countryside on an ATV, or take a relaxing float down the river. Chukka Team Building offers exclusive programs Read more about Chukka Adventure Tours[…]
The Cinnamon Hill Golf Course at Rose Hall in St. James, Jamaica, is one of the best golf courses in the Montego Bay area, and features elements of both links and inland golf. Designed by Von Hagge and Baril, the golf course offers cool ocean spray on your cheeks as you putt on. The Cinnamon Read more about Cinnamon Hill Golf Course[…]
At the entrance to Cranbrook Flower Forest are the restored remains of an old sugar mill. The mill is believed to be around 200 years old and now houses a museum and a gift shop. Many tame peacocks live on site and can usually be found flanking the mill building. Beyond the landscaped gardens of Read more about Cranbrook Rain forest Garden[…]
Capture the true spirit of Jamaica by visiting the interior of the island for an exciting adventure as you journey into the majestic mountainous country where lush vegetation, wild flowers and trickling waterfalls await you. This working plantation nestled in the foothills of the Catadupa mountains, near Montego Bay, provides a breath taking and panoramic Read more about Croydon Plantation[…]
Devon House I Scream is by far the single most popular store at Devon House, and a household name across Jamaica. Who can resist the delicious taste of ice cream, but even more tempting who can fight the range of natural flavours of Devon House I Scream? That’s right… there are now 27 flavours that Read more about Devon House I Scream[…]
Hidden in the mountainous area in Silver Spring, just a couple minutes outside of Negril. There’s a beautiful waterfall, a dazzling gardens and a 1000 feet of zip lines through the canopy of trees.
Dive Sea World Jamaica is an accredited P.A.D.I. Resort Facility, adhering to all environmental rules governing the preservation and protection of our marine environment. All Dives are conducted by a P.A.D.I. certified Dive Master or Instructor. P.A.D.I. Instructors are available for specialty courses e.g. Open Water Certification, Advance Open Water, Night Dives and Dive Master Read more about Dive Sea World[…]
Doctor’s Cave Beach is one of the most popular private beaches in Jamaica and provides everything that most tourists to Jamaica are looking for – white sand, turquoise seas, palm trees, modern bathing facilities, nice restaurants and a fully licensed bar.
This magnificent property has a natural cove which is surrounded by 5 acres of lush tropical rain forest. Visitors have the opportunity to interact and “Swim With” dolphins in their natural environment while enjoying the thrill and love of these amazing animals. Visitors can also swim, hold, feed, and learn about the evolutionary secrets of Read more about Dolphin Cove[…]
Cold freshwater pool surrounded by sheer cliffs the water comes from a rock, and off to the right side of this pool the Rio Bueno River begins its descent to the sea.
Dressel Divers has a wide choice of trips & excursions for scuba diving plus offers and packages for maximum diving at great value. We welcome all level divers on the best dive sites in Jamaica. Like most tropical bays this one is perfect for scuba diving. So ideal it was declared Natural Park making it Read more about Dressel Divers[…]
Welcome to the beautiful cascading waterfalls of Dunn’s River Falls Jamaica. A truly outstanding treasure offering 600 feet of climbing pleasure for thousands of visitors and locals every year, it is arguably Jamaica’s most popular and famous attraction. Here, they offer a peak at the history, beauty and more that the Dunn’s River Falls has Read more about Dunns River Falls[…]
Frenchman’s Cove is located around a stream-valley where a river winds through the middle of the wide valley, over a white sand beach in to the blue Caribbean Sea. The area is rich with Jamaican flora which, in turn attracts a range of wildlife. Most notable glow worms (aka fireflies and peenie-wallies), who light up Read more about Frenchman’s Cove[…]
The Glistening Waters Luminous Lagoon is home to one of the most spectacular natural phenomena in the world. The lagoon is home to billions of microscopic organisms which glow an iridescent blue / green colour when the water is disturbed. Boats run continuously from the Glistening Waters restaurant after dark. Just turn up and wait Read more about Glistening Waters Luminous Lagoon[…]
Good Hope Great House is as stately and unique as any of Jamaica’s great houses. It sits atop a slight elevation which offers it sweeping views of the surrounding Queen of Spain Valley clear out to where the imposing Cockpit Mountains rise majestically in the distance. This view is unparalleled as the 2,000-acre estate, which Read more about Good Hope Plantation[…]
A journey into underworld charm… a speleologist’s dream, a green cavern of mystery and adventure, a slice of Jamaica’s history… part of your vacation with a difference… such are the accolades that can be ascribed to the largely unexplored labyrinth of mystical underground caverns called Green Grotto Caves which is surrounded by thick vegetation and Read more about Green Grotto Caves[…]
Greenwood Great House is the finest antique museum in the Caribbean and indeed the greatest Great house in Jamaica Built during an era of elegance and brutality, Greenwood has retained the atmosphere of the 19th century and continues to capture the imagination of its visitors. Built by the Barrett’s of Wimpole Street in 1800, the Read more about Greenwood Great House[…]
A river flowing into a beach on a remote stretch facing the coastline. The name is said by the locals to derive from the German word for good.
H-evans Scent Is a Taste of Real Jamaica set in the Hills of St. Ann’s. H-evans Scent was the first attraction to bring ziplines to Jamaica. Since then, we’ve grown to have multiple lines all set amidst the mountains of our luscious location. Whether you want a short sharp scare, a gentle soar….or something that Read more about H-Evans Scent[…]
For over 28 years, the Half Moon Equestrian Centre at the luxurious Half Moon Resort has provided memorable experiences for our guests and friends. We pride ourselves on giving exceptional care to our horses and animals, and to our riders who wish to share in our amazing experience. Through personal attention, it is our goal Read more about Half Moon Equestrian Centre[…]
Hampden Estate is one the oldest sugar estates in Jamaica. Renowned throughout Jamaica’s rum history for its full intensely flavorful pot still rums, it continues today to be the quintessential heavy pot rum of choice throughout Europe and other parts of the world. Join the Hampden Rum Tour and journey into the heart of this Read more about Hampden Sugar Estate Rum Tour[…]
Hard Rock Café Montego Bay combines the traditional elements of the Hard Rock brand with warm Caribbean colors and earth-toned textures. Up to 360 guests can enjoy this unique atmosphere comfortably, whether they want to dine indoors, poolside, or on the patio deck. Guests can soak up the sun in poolside lounge chairs, chat the Read more about Hard Rock Cafe[…]
On the road south of Portmore towards Hellshire Hills, turn left at the second roundabout. There are several beaches in the Hellshire area of St. Catherine, the biggest and busiest being Fisherman’s Beach. When you hear Jamaicans talking about “Hellshire Beach” they will almost certainly be referring to Fisherman’s beach.
Hope Gardens, now known as The Royal Botanical Gardens, occupies 200 acres of land in the Ligunaea Plains of urban St Andrew. The gardens were established in 1873 on a section of land from the estate of Major Richard Hope, one of the original English colonizers who arrived with the invading force of Penn and Read more about Hope Gardens[…]
Whether you are looking for an adventure or a relaxing afternoon we have options for you. With gorgeous views of lush greenery, and cascading waterfalls, refreshing water to jump and swim in, and a bonus hidden cave, comes check out this hidden gem nestled in the hills of Ocho Rios. The Falls have several levels, Read more about Island Gully Falls[…]
The Island Village plaza is a versatile shopping centre, themed on an idealised version of a Caribbean village. Although Island village does not strictly resemble the “real Jamaica” it does a good job of providing visitors with the kind of sanitised, picturesque environment that some visitors may be expecting to find in the Caribbean. The Read more about Island Village Plaza[…]
The Falmouth Swamp Safari (also known as Charles Swaby’s Swamp Safari or Falmouth Crocodile Farm) is a wetland nature reserve, set in 2 acres of the Trelawny mangroves. As the name suggests, the main feature of the attraction are the crocodiles, with over 80 specimens from over the island residing here. The Swamp Safari is Read more about Jamaica Swamp Safari Village[…]
Enjoy the views of rural Jamaica on the longest zipline in the Caribbean, one of 5 ziplines, varying in length from 250′ to the amazing 1,600′ Big Timba. We welcome you to Lethe Estates, a private, gated farming community situated along the Great River. Feel the sensation of flying with the birds as you pass Read more about Jamaica Zipline Adventure Tours[…]
Here, at Jamaica Zoo, we have approximately 25 different animals including birds. Some of our animals include Lions (born in Santa Cruz, St. Elizabeth), Llama, Zebras, Monkeys, Crocodiles, Toucans just to name a few. We also have a petting area, in which our visitors have the option to take pictures with our pets. We also Read more about Jamaica Zoo[…]
James Bond Beach is a beach that sits on a small peninsula at Oracabessa Bay, about 10 miles from Ocho Rios on Jamaica’s north coast. The beach has brightly painted changing rooms, a water sports centre, a bar, and a restaurant.
Jamwest Motorsports and Adventure Parks, in addition to the racetrack, the attraction features ATV tours, a safari tour where tortoise, ducks, crocodiles, Jamaican yellow snakes, pythons are displayed on the boardwalk; an aviary with over 400 species of birds; a rocky water village with natural water springs and a mineral bath; zip lines, among other Read more about Jamwest Motorsports and Adventure Park[…]
Located in Kingston, JAMZONE is now home to Jamaica’s First Bowling Alley. Jamzone is the ultimate one stop recreation and entertainment destination for all ages. Whether it’s for a special event or just getting out with friends and family, with the availability of over 500 parking stalls, we’re the perfect place to host your next Read more about Jamzone[…]
The original Margaritaville concept was developed by two Jamaican entrepreneurs. With years of experience between them in the hospitality and real estate development industries, they created a fun and exciting place the whole family could enjoy and both locals and visitors could relax and have a good time. A cool place on the waterfront where Read more about Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville[…]
Konoko Falls and Park formerly Coyaba River Gardens and Museum, Located at the Shaw Park Estate, Shaw Park, Ridge Road, Ocho Rios, is a small but nice museum and botanical garden. The museum covers the history of Jamaica from the pre-Columbian time of the Arawak Indians up to the present day of the island’s development. Read more about Konoko Falls and Park[…]
Kool Runnings Water Park is located in Negril on Norman Manley Boulevard. It was established in early 2007 and consists of state-of-the-art facilities with activities for visitors of all ages, locals and tourists alike. The water park features seven slides, all of which have different names from famous Jamaican phrases and places in Jamaica. There Read more about Kool Runnings Water Park[…]
A nice somewhat deep pool beneath the beautiful falls with some very warm spots, is great for a stimulating dip. If you like hiking and want to discover some beautiful parts of Jamaica via a peaceful, scenic and not-too-difficult path, this is for you.
Where a breath-taking waterfall meets the sea, Laughing Waters is one the nicest and fun loving beach in St Ann’s. The beach is the location for the famous James Bond movie Dr. No, and is located in Mammee Bay, just east of Dunn’s River Falls. The beach has a combined charm of the ocean, scenery Read more about Laughing Waters[…]
At the northern tip of the Long Bay seven mile beach (just past the Couples all inclusive resort) is the Long Bay Beach Park. This is a great beach to visit if you want to experience the sun, sea, sand and fun of the seven mile beach.
The beauty spot known as Lovers’ Leap emerges where the Santa Cruz Mountains come to an abrupt end at Jamaica’s south coast, exposing a 1,700ft vertical drop down to the waves crashing on Cutlass Bay below. The lookout provides a fantastic vantage point to look for miles out to the Caribbean Sea. Along the coast Read more about Lovers’ Leap[…]
Rafting on The Martha Brae River in Jamaica is one of the most relaxing things you’ll ever do. It is located on the north coast of Jamaica in a parish called Trelawny. You’ll peacefully coast down this 3 mile river on a handmade bamboo raft. Relax and take in the scenery. You’ll be surrounded by Read more about Martha Brae Rafting[…]
Mayfield Falls is truly a nature lover’s paradise – two beautiful waterfalls, 21 natural pools, 52 varieties of ferns, an abundance of exotic tropical flowers and plant species, and several types of birds, butterflies, and indigenous wildlife.
The Montego Bay Yacht Club is located on the Freeport Peninsula with berthing in the protected basin that forms the Montego Bay Harbour. Berthing facilities consist of a finger pier with a T-head. Water depth varies from 6 to 20 feet. Boats are berthed stern-to on either side using their own anchors. A Seaside Eatery. Read more about Montego Bay Yacht Club[…]
Come…enjoy our mountainous interior, our country-side, our valleys, our rivers, and experience our village life on an island, a truly unique and unmatched excursion to add to your memoires. Tour includes: Bamboo Rafting on the Great River with an expert River Captain, Liqueur Tasting and making of our signature Piña Colada, Tractor-drawn jitney to Banana Read more about Mountain Valley Rafting[…]
This isolated waterfall plunges into a deep pool which is great for swimming in.
The National Gallery of Jamaica, in Kingston, Jamaica, is Jamaica’s premier art collection. It is located in the Kingston Mall, a commercial and cultural center on Kingston harbour. The gallery houses several important works, mostly by artists from Jamaica, including Mallica “Kapo” Reynolds, Albert Artwell, Cecil Baugh, Albert Huie, Carl Abrahams, and Edna Manley. The Read more about National Gallery of Jamaica[…]
Located on Negril’s West End, these dramatic and soaring cliffs were used as a backdrop for the James Bond film “Thunderball.”
This Lighthouse is situated at south Negril Point which is at the extreme western end of the Island. The concrete Tower which is painted white, stands 66 feet above ground level and the light is elevated 100 feet above sea level. The Lighthouse has an automatic white light which flashes every two seconds.
The Royal Palm Reserve is one of the biggest Eco-tourism attractions and the 2nd largest wetland in Jamaica. It is situated on a three hundred acre expanse within the six thousand acre Negril Great Morass (bordered by the Negril Hills in the east and the Orange Bay Community to the west). It is managed by Read more about Negril Royal Palm Reserve Eco-Tourism[…]
This delightful long river with its numerous swimming areas and mini-waterfalls is close to Trelawny and St Elizabeth but is right there in Manchester.
Paintball Jamaica has created the ultimate fun paintball experience in Jamaica! Located just minutes away from Montego Bay and nestled in the heart of nature in the lush woodlands of Falmouth, our facility is the ideal setting. Rumble in the jungle with us as our friendly staffs are available to help with strategies, maintenance or Read more about Paintball Jamaica[…]
Belmont, next to Bluefields, is best known as the birthplace of Peter Tosh. The late musician is now buried here in a small building manned by devoted fans. For the price of a tip, you can sign a guest book and visit the memorial. Tosh’s tomb lies above ground in the center of the small Read more about Peter Tosh Mausoleum[…]
Prospect Plantation is a Jamaican agricultural property where you can see bananas, cassava, sugarcane, coffee, allspice and many other crops. Your guide will delight you with stories of the colourful history of the estate. It combines the opportunity to enjoy an educational, relaxing and enjoyable trip to one of Jamaica’s oldest plantation. The Plantation will Read more about Prospect Outback Adventures[…]
The Puerto Seco Beach is a large white sand beach. It is very popular with local residents at weekends as well as tourists staying in the nearby luxury villas throughout the week. The beach has all of the amenities you would expect from a modern private beach, including: changing facilities, toilets, showers, life guards, bar, Read more about Puerto Seco Beach[…]
Jamaica’s Premiere Amusement Centre. Ideally located in the heart of New Kingston beside Emancipation Park opposite the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel. We provide fun rides for the entire family.
The Rainforest Adventures Park at Mystic Mountain in Ocho Rios is the heart and soul of the Jamaica rain forest activities! You’ll have ample opportunities to put on your explorer’s hat and take your camera on a photo safari — this park takes you all the way from the seashore to 700 feet above sea Read more about Rainforest Bobsled at Mystic Mountain[…]
Reach Falls is one of the most spectacular natural waterfalls that Jamaica has to offer. Some boast that the falls are more spectacular than the popular Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios. It’s an unspoiled beauty nestled in a very peaceful and exotic setting surrounded by virgin rain forest. The source of the river is Read more about Reach Falls[…]
It is nestled in lush tropical greenery and is a quarter (1/4) mile stretch of pure white sand. A famous Jamaican landmark, this breath-taking picture-perfect spot is a tiny slice of heaven. This beach is known as one of the quieter, less-crowded beaches in Jamaica and is considered as one of the island’s best-kept secrets. Read more about Reggae Beach[…]
WATERFALLS cascading several feet to the Johnson River in Hillside, St Thomas serve as a relaxing place for visitors wanting to spend an enjoyable day with nature. This magical little falls is truly beautiful in many ways.
It was the first public bar and restaurant of its type on the West End Cliffs, offering an alternative to Negril’s majestic seven mile beach. From the beginning, Rick’s Cafe boasted an unrivaled view of the sunset from its naturally formed cliffs. Over the years, visitors and locals alike have designated Rick’s Cafe as Negril’s Read more about Rick’s Café[…]
Torrential rains rushing down from the Blue Mountains feed the Rio Grande River. Bamboo rafts where originally used to transport produce, especially bananas, from the interior of the island. The legendary Hollywood star, Errol Flynn, who made Port Antonio his home, introduced rafting for fun. Today Rio Grande Rafting is an established attraction enjoyed by Read more about Rio Grande Rafting[…]
Escape from reality to a world of rustic charm at The River Bumpkin Farm. Nestled in the heart of the lush Trelawny forests, this gorgeous plantation takes you off-the-beaten-path to a site brimming with exciting eco-excursions. With everything from river tubing and kayaking down the Martha Brae River to bicycle trekking past historic ruins, The Read more about River Bumpkin Farm[…]
The best river excursions in Jamaica with a strong dedication to fun, safety and customer service. We offer a full range of unique and exciting activities on the Rio Bueno River, located in a mountain valley near the major tourism towns of Ocho Rios, Runaway Bay, Falmouth, and Montego Bay, Jamaica. Your memorable time with Read more about River Rapids Adventures[…]
Head to Jamaica’s Cockpit Country region, where you can explore the crevices of Rock Spring Cave. This adventure offers a mild 400 meter trail on which is showcased the local traditions of a community surrounded by a river, yam cultivations, a diverse array of plant life and magnificent Tower Karst. The journey takes you into Read more about Rock Spring Cave Exploration[…]
For most people the highlight of a visit to Rocklands is the chance to hand feed humming birds from the patio. Several species of hummingbird (including the doctor bird, Jamaica’s national bird) are tame enough to fly down from the trees, perch on your finger and drink nectar from a bird feeder. Finches and quits Read more about Rocklands Bird Sanctuary[…]
Presently the Rose Hall Great House has been transformed into a tour site as well as a museum which is used to show the history of slavery as well as the famous legendary story of the white witch of Rose Hall which is Annie Palmer. This has attracted a number of tourists to the house Read more about Rose Hall Great House[…]
Formerly the Upton Golf Club, Sandals Golf & Country Club boasts one of the most popular golf courses in Jamaica. Many changes were made to the original nine-hole course, including its expansion into an 18-hole course and the replacement of the grass on the greens and fairways. The course offers many challenges including narrow fairways Read more about Sandals Golf & Country Club[…]
Secret Falls and Blue Hole, Ocho Rios is the perfect paradise for just about everyone. This spot has not yet been commercialized. This means that you will get to see it in its entire unspoiled, pre-commercialization splendour untouched by human hands save for a few benches here and there. It isn’t easy to get there Read more about Secret Falls Blue Hole[…]
Located on the historic Seville Estate, is the Seville Great House (Plantation House) and Heritage Park. The major attraction of the Park is the collection of the artefacts on display in the Great House which depicts various aspects of the life of the Tainos, Africans and Europeans. On the Park which overlooks the beautiful Caribbean Read more about Seville Heritage Park[…]
Shaw Park Gardens is a beautiful botanical garden, located in the hills above Ocho Rios. The 25 acre garden features around 600 species of flower along with many ferns and shrubs such as bougainvillea, palms, hibiscus and ferns. The entrance to Shaw Park is some 900 feet above sea level, giving a great view of Read more about Shaw Park Gardens and Waterfalls[…]
SNUBA allows you to explore a three-dimensional underwater world you cannot enjoy while snorkelling. You breathe through a simple to use regulator, just like SCUBA, while your air supply floats on a comforting support raft at the surface, making the tour as easy as. Enjoy at any depth surface, 2 feet, 10 feet, and 20 Read more about Snuba Dive Experience[…]
Between Hope Bay and Port Antonio, Somerset Falls sits behind a HEDGE of bright red ginger lilies and green bottlebrush plants. Once an old sugar plantation that extended from the mountains to the sea, today Somerset is a 97-acre property with a breath-taking garden, complete with ponds and waterfalls. Overflowing with crotons, bamboos, ferns, cocoa Read more about Somerset Falls[…]
To the west of Montego Bay in the Jamaican parish of Hanover awaits an experience that is both exhilarating and a way of life. Since 1959, The Tryall Club has been recognized as one of the world’s most eclectic addresses, where world-class sporting facilities, championship golf, superb tennis, gracious hospitality and stylish living all blend Read more about Tryall Golf Course[…]
The Tryall Estate is on the main road between Hopewell and Sandy Bay, Hanover, just bordering the golf course there. It has been maintained as an attraction with a Golf Course, Tennis and Beach Club. The International Johnny Walker Golf Tournament was held here annually until 1996. Still to be found on the property, however, Read more about Tryall Great House[…]
The Turtle River Falls and Gardens is a 15-acre tropical garden conveniently located in the resort town of Ocho Rios and features: 14 cascading waterfalls on the Turtle River which flows through the property Varieties of indigenous and endangered plants Exotic birds in a 382,329 cubic feet sized Walk-In-Aviary A beautiful Japanese Koi Pond A Read more about Turtle River Falls and Gardens[…]
Wata Land is an exciting eco-water park in the White River Valley Area of St. Ann and St. Mary, 15 minutes from the world renown town of Ocho Rios. This is Jamaica’s best kept secret now being revealed and is based on the refreshing waters produced by the White River hence the name – WATA Read more about Wata Land Fun Park[…]
Your experience begins at the famous Old Spanish Bridge, a 17th century national landmark. Enjoy the changing pace and moods of the river as you pass over limestone riverbeds, through an old coconut plantation and beneath cathedrals of arching bamboo. Your tour concludes at the lovely White River Valley where you will enjoy the landscaped Read more about White River Tubing[…]
The White Witch welcomes golfers of all levels and that includes your little ones.
This paradise on earth is a public beach in Jamaica. The people of Winnifred Beach take care of it without pay. It is where they come every day to rejoice in Jah’s beauty of nature, and to make their living by selling their food and wares. A day at this beach, and you are amongst Read more about Winnifred Beach[…]
YS Falls is a nature-based attraction offering the opportunity to experience the beauty of the waterfalls surrounded by lush gardens and magnificent trees. There are seven waterfalls, several which cascade into natural pools. Some areas are fairly rocky and river shoes are recommended. Lifeguards on site, indicate which areas are for swimming, however, being able Read more about YS Falls[…]