Dunn's River Falls, Ocho Rios, St. Ann, Jamaica
5. Green Grotto Caves
The Green Grotto caves, known at various times as the Runaway Bay Caves, Cave Hall Caves, Discovery Bay Caves, Dry Harbour Caves… is among Jamaica’s most prominent attractions. They are situated on the island’s North Coast, and located between the resort centres of Ocho...
10. Rafting the Martha Brae River
Rafting The Martha Brae, Trelawny, Jamaica
The Martha Brae River, a 20-mile (32-kilometer) stretch of turquoise water winds through Jamaica’s tropical inland rain forests. It is an essential stop for nature lovers traveling through the Caribbean island and a stopover for a quick rafting trip. The river’s prime location near other natural attractions, and its diversity of wildlife makes it a worthwhile addition to any Jamaican vacation.
The Blue Mountains of Jamaica
Jamaica Blue Mountain® Coffee is the registered trade mark for the coffee grown in the deep rural Blue Mountains of Jamaica. This coffee is sought after world-wide for its distinctive aroma and subtle taste. The Blue Mountains of Jamaica are named for the blue mists that continually shroud them. The mountain ranges across the eastern section of Jamaica, 28 miles long and 12 miles wide. The Blue Mountains are some of the...
An Aerial View of New Kingston, Jamaica
I traveled to Kingston, Jamaica in July of 2019 with my wife and three young children. We rented a vehicle and stayed in the heart of Jamaica's capital city for seven days - a resort-free trip. If you choose this option, most of your money should go to local communities. Despite the United States Travel Advisory, United Kingdom’s warnings about Jamaica’s...