Things to Do & Attractions in Jamaica

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Montego Bay Marine Park

4 star rating: Recommended 16 Reviews

Like the Great Barrier Reef in Australia or the Everglades National Forest in Florida, the Montego Bay Marine Park is a national nature preserve accessible to ...  Read more

Club Kingston Airport Lounge

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The Club Kingston Airport Lounge at Kingston’s Norman Manley International Airport gives passengers access to numerous lounge facilities on arrival and ...  Read more

Good Hope Estate

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

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

Devon House

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 9 Reviews

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

Luminous Lagoon

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 83 Reviews

The name says it all—located off the bay of Falmouth, the site of Luminous Lagoon becomes illuminated every night seemingly by magic. But there’s no sorcery ...  Read more

Doctor's Cave Beach

3 star rating: Worth doing 8 Reviews

Occupying a spot of Montego Bay’s “hip strip,” Doctor’s Cave Beach is the best-known beach in Jamaica. It's a top party destination with plenty of ...  Read more

Aquasol Theme Park

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

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


2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

A trip to Falmouth is a bit like taking a step back in time. Quaint and full of Colonial Georgian architecture, Falmouth has managed to retain the charms of ...  Read more

Port Royal

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

In the late 1600s, Jamaica’s Port Royal was second only to Boston as the largest European city in the New World, but it also had a reputation as the “most ...  Read more

Runaway Bay

Runaway Bay is located along the scenic northern coast of Jamaica in Saint Ann Parish, west of Ocho Rios and east of Discovery Bay. A quiet resort destination, ...  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

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

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, where he landed in 1494. Columbus Park commemorates that momentous ...  Read more

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