Jamaica is known to be the birthplace of reggae, Bob Marley, world’s fastest sprinters, Blue Mountain coffee, Red Stripe beer, Jamaican rum, beautiful beaches, jerk dishes, luxurious all-inclusive resorts and majestic waterfalls.
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Built in 1770, Rose Hall is a restored plantation house with beautiful ocean views. Legendary Annie Palmer (the White Witch) ruled here with cruelty, and met a violent death. Today, her home is adorned with period furniture.
Location:Rose Hall Road, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Rastafari view on horizontal society, equality with an identity where each is an owner onto themselves based on ability, with tourism as a tool to promote, protect and preserve our culture, an authentic Jamaican conscience for humanity.
Location:Lot 147 Riverside MONTEGO BAY, St. James 1234JM
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Greenwood Great House is a major tourist attraction in the area. Built in 1790 by Richard Barrett, a relative of poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning, the Great House is now a museum with period furniture and a rare collection of musical instruments and Wedgwood china.
Location:435 Belgrade Avenue, Greenwood Avenue, Jamaica
Usain Bolt’s Tracks & Records delivers a unique Jamaican dining experience, breaking the barriers of a casual eatery and sports bar & lounge.
Location:St. James Place, 7 Gloucester Ave, Montego Bay
Doctor’s Cave is one of the most visited beaches in Montego Bay. Many want to visit Doctor’s Cave to play in the quiet waves, enjoy the safety of lifeguards and have ready access to the available water sports, changing rooms and beach bars.
Location: Montego Bay, Jamaica
This quaint restaurant’s unique setting aboard a houseboat gives diners an opportunity to dine on the sea–literally and figuratively. Moored in the calm waters of the Montego Bay Marine Park Fish Sanctuary, the Houseboat Grill offers a picturesque setting.
Location:Alice Eldemire Dr, Montego Bay, Jamaica
Montego Bay to Negril via Private Car
Powdery white sand, crystal clear water and loads of watersports set the tone for an experience at Seven Mile Beach which has skyrocketed in popularity over the years.
High in the rain-forest-cloaked mountains outside Ocho Rios, the Blue Hole is a series of picturesque waterholes fed by gushing cascades. It’s also called Island Gully Falls or the Irie Blue Hole.
Location:1 Blue Hole Mineral Spring Road, Brighton District, Jamaica
Rick’s Cafe is known for its stellar sunset views and wild bar scene. Locals and visitors alike take the plunge from the 35-foot-high cliff into the clear blue sea below.
Location:W End Rd, Negril, Jamaica
Negril to Montego Bay via Private Car
Montego Bay to Ocho Rios via Private Car
Ready for an adrenaline fix? Head to Rainforest Adventures Mystic Mountain in Ocho Rios. Here, you can zoom down the mountain on Bobsled Jamaica, a single-person roller coaster ride through the forest, or glide through the treetops on ziplines.
Location:Ocho Rios, Jamaica
This casual restaurant gives diners a full sense of the pride locals have over their country and people. The tropical setting provides the perfect backdrop for enjoying the restaurant’s curried goat, honey-fried chicken, or grilled lobster.
Location:65 Main Street, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Dunn’s River Falls is one of Jamaica’s national treasures. Globally, it is as well-known as Reggae and equally stimulating. There are few places where the Arawak name “Xayamaca” – land of rivers and springs – is more apt.
Location:Main Street Ocho Rios, JA
Ocho Rios to Montego Bay via Private Car
Don’t let its looks scare you away — the Pork Pit at 27 Gloucester Ave has some of the best jerk around Montego Bay. The jerk pork and chicken are cooked slowly on a big grill over pimento wood and hot coals.
Location:27 Gloucester Ave, Montego Bay, Jamaica
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Montego Bay to Mammee Bay via Private Car
This personalized half-day excursion provides hassle-free, round-trip transport in an air-conditioned minivan and visits Jamaica’s horse back and Bamboo Rafting.
Location:Mammee Bay, Mammee Bay, Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica
This multi-level, state-of-the-art facility holds more than 2 million gallons of water and is the largest aquarium in Arizona.