Jamaica

Jamaica Attractions

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Bob Marley Museum

Jamaica’s most famous son is Reggae musician Bob Marley, who came from the island’s capital of Kingston. And in the uptown part of the city, the Bob Marley ...  Read more

Devon House

In the capital of Kingston, the 19th-century Devon House mansion is not only unique on the island, but also throughout the Caribbean, as it was the home of ...  Read more

Jamaica Swamp Safari Village

Have an up-close adventure with reptiles, birds and mammals at the Jamaica Swamp Safari Village, which was also used a filming site for a scene in the James ...  Read more

Aquasol Theme Park

The weather in Jamaica is properly Caribbean—hot and sunny with a breeze. This makes hitting the water is a top priority, and if just another day in the sand ...  Read more

Bloody Bay

Bloody Bay, a pretty beach to the north of Negril's Long Bay, was once a port for whalers who disemboweled their large catches ashore causing the ...  Read more

Brimmer Hall Plantation

Experience life in a colonial plantation at Brimmer Hall! Established in 1817, this historic estate today is still a working enterprise, producing ...  Read more

Bubbling Spring Mineral Bath

If you’ve got sore muscles from hiking and swimming all over Jamaica, or you simply want to relax with a long soak in warm mineral waters, Bubbling Spring ...  Read more

Columbus Park

Legendary explorer Christopher Columbus first trod upon Jamaican soil at Discovery Bay, when he landed here in 1494. Columbus Park commemorates that ...  Read more

Cornwall Beach

If you’re looking for a fun-filled beach day near Montego Bay, Cornwall Beach is a beautiful private, managed beach just a few minutes from town. Situated ...  Read more

Coyaba River Garden and Museum

Jamaica’s tropical trees and flowers surround a colonial-style home at the Coyaba River Garden and Museum, backed by stupendous views of the Ocho Rios ...  Read more

Cranbrook Flower Forest

Cranbrook Flower Forest is a stunning example of Jamaica’s tropical heart, filled with flowers and hidden pools. A riverside nature trail winds through the ...  Read more

Fern Gully

Take a step back into the wilds of Jamaica with a drive through the incredibly lush and tropical Fern Gully. A towering tunnel of ferns and tropical ...  Read more

Good Hope Estate

Good Hope Estate was once Jamaica’s largest plantation, with its own sugar factory, water wheel, hospital and church, along with the main house and many other ...  Read more

Great Morass

The Great Morass is a large nature reserve (16 km/10 mi long, 3 km/1.8 mi wide) that runs parallel to Long Bay and Bloody Bay. It lies on the coastal flood ...  Read more

Green Grotto Caves

Time and tide have etched the limestone Green Grotto Caves, lined with the green algae that gives them their name. The caverns are home to bats and marine ...  Read more

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