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Things to see in Jamaica

Jamaica Attractions


Jamaica has a fascinating history and culture and apart from its beautiful beaches and lush jungle landscapes it is riveting to learn about the slave culture which developed here; the island's holiday attractions extend far beyond the stretches of Negril's famous Seven Mile Beach. Among the many great things to see and do in Jamaica, there are destinations such as Kingston's Bob Marley Museum and Spanish Town, or the Montego Bay Marine Park and Rose Hall (said to be haunted by beautiful Annie Palmer, the 'White Witch of Rose Hall').

In Ocho Rios, visit Dolphin Cove and Dunn's River Falls, or explore the Green Grotto Caves. Fans of the movie Blue Lagoon will find the actual site near Port Antonio, while rum enthusiasts will enjoy the Appleton Rum Estate on Jamaica's South Coast. Jamaica's Blue Mountains have some exciting hiking trails for the adventurous, and there are caves and waterfalls to explore as well.

All this sightseeing is made more enjoyable by year-round good weather and visitors should prepare for the glorious tropical heat by bringing plenty of sunblock. Jamaica is subject to storms and hurricanes between July and November but hurricanes rarely hit the island.



Appleton Rum Estate

Appleton is considered by many to be the best rum in the world, but even for those who don't drink it this tour is interesting…

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Blue Lagoon

This sheltered cove was made famous by 14-year-old Brooke Shields in the film Blue Lagoon. It is one of the most scenic…

read more


Blue Mountains

Towering across eastern Jamaica, the 28-mile (45km) long mountain range seems constantly shrouded in a mist that gives…

read more


Bob Marley Museum

Jamaica's most famous son, singer and songwriter Bob Marley, was responsible for making reggae music a global phenomenon.…

read more


Devon House

Devon House in Kingston is a prime example of Jamaican Georgian architecture. Visitors to Jamaica should definitely visit…

read more


Dunns River Falls and Dolphin Cove

Just about two miles (3km) west from the centre of Ocho Rios is the popular beach and waterfall attraction of Dunn's…

read more


Green Grotto Caves

The caves are one of Jamaica's most prominent natural attractions. They're located on the island's north coast, between…

read more


Montego Bay Marine Park

The Montego Bay Marine Park is located adjacent to the city of Montego Bay, proclaimed to protect some of Jamaica's best…

read more


Rain Forest Adventures

Visitors to Jamaica should definitely visit the popular Rain Forest Adventures centre (often called the Mystic Mountain…

read more


Rio Grande

The Rio Grande has been used since 1911 as a means of transporting goods by bamboo rafts, particularly by banana farmers…

read more


Rose Hall

The Rose Hall Great House is one of Jamaica's most popular tourist attractions, particularly because of the Gothic horror…

read more


Seven Mile Beach

The reason for Negril's recent boom as a tourist destination is centred on this seven-mile (11km) stretch of beautiful…

read more


Spanish Town

The neighbourhood known as Spanish Town is on the western outskirts of Kingston, and was capital of the island under…

read more


YS Falls

Trips to YS Falls are usually included in organised Black River tours, but the falls are an attraction in their own right…

read more

 


Things to see in Jamaica

Jamaica Attractions


Jamaica has a fascinating history and culture and apart from its beautiful beaches and lush jungle landscapes it is riveting to learn about the slave culture which developed here; the island's holiday attractions extend far beyond the stretches of Negril's famous Seven Mile Beach. Among the many great things to see and do in Jamaica, there are destinations such as Kingston's Bob Marley Museum and Spanish Town, or the Montego Bay Marine Park and Rose Hall (said to be haunted by beautiful Annie Palmer, the 'White Witch of Rose Hall').

In Ocho Rios, visit Dolphin Cove and Dunn's River Falls, or explore the Green Grotto Caves. Fans of the movie Blue Lagoon will find the actual site near Port Antonio, while rum enthusiasts will enjoy the Appleton Rum Estate on Jamaica's South Coast. Jamaica's Blue Mountains have some exciting hiking trails for the adventurous, and there are caves and waterfalls to explore as well.

All this sightseeing is made more enjoyable by year-round good weather and visitors should prepare for the glorious tropical heat by bringing plenty of sunblock. Jamaica is subject to storms and hurricanes between July and November but hurricanes rarely hit the island.



Appleton Rum Estate

Appleton is considered by many to be the best rum in the world, but even for those who don't drink it this tour is interesting…

read more


Blue Lagoon

This sheltered cove was made famous by 14-year-old Brooke Shields in the film Blue Lagoon. It is one of the most scenic…

read more


Blue Mountains

Towering across eastern Jamaica, the 28-mile (45km) long mountain range seems constantly shrouded in a mist that gives…

read more


Bob Marley Museum

Jamaica's most famous son, singer and songwriter Bob Marley, was responsible for making reggae music a global phenomenon.…

read more


Devon House

Devon House in Kingston is a prime example of Jamaican Georgian architecture. Visitors to Jamaica should definitely visit…

read more


Dunns River Falls and Dolphin Cove

Just about two miles (3km) west from the centre of Ocho Rios is the popular beach and waterfall attraction of Dunn's…

read more


Green Grotto Caves

The caves are one of Jamaica's most prominent natural attractions. They're located on the island's north coast, between…

read more


Montego Bay Marine Park

The Montego Bay Marine Park is located adjacent to the city of Montego Bay, proclaimed to protect some of Jamaica's best…

read more


Rain Forest Adventures

Visitors to Jamaica should definitely visit the popular Rain Forest Adventures centre (often called the Mystic Mountain…

read more


Rio Grande

The Rio Grande has been used since 1911 as a means of transporting goods by bamboo rafts, particularly by banana farmers…

read more


Rose Hall

The Rose Hall Great House is one of Jamaica's most popular tourist attractions, particularly because of the Gothic horror…

read more


Seven Mile Beach

The reason for Negril's recent boom as a tourist destination is centred on this seven-mile (11km) stretch of beautiful…

read more


Spanish Town

The neighbourhood known as Spanish Town is on the western outskirts of Kingston, and was capital of the island under…

read more


YS Falls

Trips to YS Falls are usually included in organised Black River tours, but the falls are an attraction in their own right…

read more