Jamaica is one of the most scenic islands in the Caribbean, with lush banana groves, towering mountains and beautiful waterfalls. Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Negril are the main resort areas but it’s not just about these fabulous beaches, with Rose Hall plantation house, now operated as a museum, rafting on the Martha Brae River, Dunn’s River Falls and the Bob Marley museum all adding to the Jamaica experience. You can also explore historic sites such as Port Royal and admire the colonial architecture of Kingston. Jamaican cuisine, with jerk seasoning and tropical fruits, is famous worldwide and the island’s warm, welcoming people and ubiquitous reggae beats contribute to its infectious spirit.

Jamaica Highlights

Dunn's River Falls
Renowned for its stunning beauty and lush tropical surroundings, Dunn's River Falls is a cascading waterfall fed by freshwater springs that adventurous visitors can climb. Take a guided tour up the terraced limestone tiers, with refreshing pools and natural slides along the way, making it an. immersive natural experience.
Bob Marley Museum
Once the home of the reggae legend Bob Marley, this colonial-era wooden house is filled with memorabilia and artefacts that showcase his life, career and his music. It's a place of pilgrimage for his fans and for music enthusiasts, preserving his legacy and the history of reggae music with events and concerts often staged there.
Martha Brae River rafting
Soak up the sounds of nature amidst lush tropical scenery as you are guided serenely along the Martha Brae River close to Montego Bay on a half-day bamboo rafting experience. As you float along its calm waters, your knowledgeable raft captain gives you insights into Jamaica's culture and bountiful nature.
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