Top must do and see things in Jamaica for 2019
Travelling is one of the most fun and healthy activities and the adventure of travelling can never be replaced by any other venture. The world is full of fun and beauty and you just need to discover it. But to do so, you will have to leave your dull routine behind and be willing to hug the enjoyment and excitement.
You claim to be beauty lover and traveller but you have not visited Jamaica yet? Are you really a traveler? You need to reconsider your claim of being a traveller if you have not visited Jamaica yet. Seriously, it is just like a heaven on earth and the fun part is that, you can easily go to this heaven and enjoy the real charm of nature, beauty and calmness. If you want to escape from this busy and boring life for some days, then Jamaica is highly recommended and you need to add it to your list of tasks in 2018. I would even recommend it to be on top of your list. Personally, I have visited Jamaica and really loved it. Jamaica is pure love.
The Best Things to Do in Jamaica
It is a country with a lot of mountains and beaches. Rainforests are one of the best things to see in Jamaica and we are not just jumping into the list of best things to do in Jamaica, we are just motivating you to visit Jamaica in 2018. The first thought in your mind will be that it is in Africa so it will be a normal country with no attraction. Your very first thought is wrong as Jamaica is one of the emerging economies and favorite destination of tourists from all over the globe.
There are a lot of such great things to do in Jamaica that you will not be bored even for a second and I guarantee it. You are a nature lover, Jamaica has a lot of beautiful rainforests, you like beaches, Jamaica is full of magical beaches and if you are a music lover, Jamaica is known as the origin of reggae music. Do we need to give more points or we are good? So let’s discuss about the attractions of Jamaica and top 10 things to do in Jamaica in 2018.
- Saint Elizabeth- Visit Waterfalls
Visiting a waterfall should be your first priority to do when you are visiting a tropical island. When you swim in the cool and crystal clear water of the waterfall by escaping from the hot sun, you just feel that world is just cool and calm like the water of this waterfall. By the way, the waterfall is not so calm and it is fun. Pathways are well managed and it is easy to walk and enjoy the refreshing cool water.
But don’t forget to bring water proof shoes and a camera for photography at amazing waterfall and towel is must have item when you are about to visit waterfall.
2. Zip Lining – Montpelier
If you are thinking about a Caribbean tour but zip line excursion is not in your list then boy what are you doing with your life? Can you imagine visiting Caribbean country but not zip line excursion? We cannot even imagine. Chukka Caribbean has zip lines has many mellow canopies and it will be a lot of fun and these are most beautiful canopies you will ever see.
Your heart will begin to bounce as these platforms are at enough height and you will realize that you are at height. The jungle is thick and dense and you will definitely love it.
3. Dunn’s River Falls
Spend the day investigating Dunn’s River Falls on this 6-hour visit from Montego Bay. Climb the terraced falls of this characteristic ponder, one of Jamaica’s national fortunes. Unwind in the waterfall’s pools or on the close-by sandy shoreline. Stop in the town of Ocho-Rios for a couple of hours of looking for neighbourhood espresso beans, artworks and gifts. Round-trip transportation from Montego Bay inns is incorporated.
4. Blue and John Crow Mountains
Blue and John Crow Mountains national park was included on the list of UNESCO world legacy and heritage as it have a great collection of cultural and natural heritage. Within its boundaries, you can enjoy the mountains, jungle and all these offer a breathtaking scenery and magical view that can mesmerize any tourist within seconds.
There is a great collection of many species of birds and plants that are a plus point about visiting this place and it has more than two hundred species of birds. Two days trip will be enough to explore the real beauty and you will never want to leave this place.
5. Pelican Bar
Welcome to the amazing Pelican Bar, one of the amazing places to visit in Jamaica, in Jamaica’s St. Elizabeth Parish. This provincial wooden bar is situated on a sandbank between the Black River and Treasure Beach. Unplug and loosen up by spending a day sunbathing, drinking a few lagers, eating new fish and swimming the shallow waters.
A fancy bar or restaurant is not that you will always want. A simple and calm bar at the beach will do the job for you.
6. Port Antonio
Set amongst mountains and a twofold harbor, Port Antonio oozes the casual appeal of a tired angling town. It is a main point for banana export; the zone is unmistakably less business than the other resort towns. Prominent activities here incorporate climbing wilderness trails, boat the Rio Grande, taking a visit to Reach Falls, and snorkeling and plunging the coral reefs. A most loved swimming spot is the wonderful 60-meter-dark Blue Lagoon, bolstered by freshwater springs.
Different features of the zone incorporate the eighteenth century British fortification of Fort George and excellent Frenchman’s Cove, where a fish-filled river streams into the ocean. The shorelines here are a brilliant blend of white sand, shallow waters, and lavish outcroppings of land. Close-by, Daniel’s River dives through a chasm of common shake in a progression of falls and pools known as Somerset Falls.
7. Rick’s Café
Definitely you will have visited many cafes and restaurants in your local surroundings and worldwide. You will have seen many expensive cafes with amazing dishes but yet we will recommend you to visit Rick’s Café.
Rick’s Café is one of Negril’s most sizzling attractions. It’s the ideal spot to converse with local people, get a mixed drink, tune in to a live reggae band and get an amazing perspective of the dusk. You can’t miss viewing the youthful precipice jumpers bounce from the highest points of trees situated on the most elevated bluff (35 feet up).
8. Doctor’s Cave Beach
A standout amongst other beaches in Montego Bay, Doctor’s Cave Beach is a charming strip of white sand bordered by clear waters that helped shape the destiny of this famous tourist town. In the mid-1920s, a famous British osteopath announced that the water had corrective powers in the wake of swimming here, a claim which started to bait visitors from around the globe. Hotels sprouted up, and the region turned into a prevalent tourist destination. The cave for which the shoreline is named was destroyed by a storm in 1932; however the shoreline is as prevalent as ever and is regularly swarmed with cruise ship passengers.
9. James Bond Beach
Are you a big fan of movies? , Specially James Bond Series? We have something amazing for you in Jamaica that you need to visit on your visit to Jamaica in 2018. It is one of the best things to do in Jamaica in 2018. Found just 20 minutes from Ocho Rios, James Bond Beach has wonderful beaches surrounded by crystal clear water on 3 sides and the lush mountains of St. Mary as stunning scenery. The shoreline is outstanding for the fresh seafood served at the 2-story Moonraker “Jamaican” Bar and Grill. Guided tours are offered to see famous attractions like Goldeneye, where creator Ian Fleming composed his James Bond novels.
10. Scuba Diving
Crystal clear water and beautiful marine life is one of the main attractions for outsiders and who would not love to explore the beauty of nature and water. Jamaica is best option for scuba diving and many other adventures.
Throne Room is amazing place and it is a cave with many elephant ear sponges that look just like thrones and it is must see location for scuba divers in Jamaica. It is located 60 feet below the surface. Widowmaker’s Cave is filled with many beautiful and amazing water species. Either you can enter the cave by diving from the bottom or you can dive and enter from the top. in both ways, it is pure adventure to visit Jamaica for scuba diving.
SS Kathryn Wreck is an amazing option for scuba divers but you need to reconsider your decision if you are a beginner. It is favorite spot for experienced divers. Port Royal is situated near Kingston but you need to have a special permit from local authorities and you need to visit Jamaica in June to September to see it at its full swing.
11. Rafting Martha Brae River
If you ever visit Jamaica, don’t forget to enjoy the rafting experience of Martha Brae River. This two to three hours ride will be so calming and relaxing that you will never want to get out of this feeling and many beautiful voices of birds make it more magical and enjoyable. You will visit this river on bamboo raft. There is no dangerous species in surrounding so feel safe.
12. Bob Marley’s House
Are you a fan of Bob Marley and always wanted to collect memories about Bob Marley the Jamaica is the best place to visit to see the childhood house of Bob Marley in Nine Mile, a village in Jamaica. It will be an honor for music fan to visit the house of King of Reggae. Your visit to Jamaica will be incomplete unless it involves something about Bob Marley.
13. Beach hopping
Beach hopping is the best way to embrace all that your country and islands have to offer. So, beach hopping in Jamaica should be one of main activities that you are palling to enjoy in Jamaica. Islands are the real beauty of Jamaica. You presumably definitely realize that Jamaica’s coastline is home to the absolute loveliest beaches in the Caribbean, drawing a large number of sun admirers consistently. In any case, do you know which beaches are the most elite?
It’s appropriate adjacent to Doctor’s Cave – you can really stroll over – however far less swarmed and similarly as magnificent for a swim. It’s a wonder that more tourists don’t come here, given the US$5 extra charge is the same – possibly in light of the fact that it’s the missing the umbrellas?
Why it’s on this rundown: Because the waters are gin-clear, the sand as ultra-fine and pink as Olivia Newton John would’ve been if the Pink Ladies had given her a coat (they never did, isn’t that so? That is unusual.), and the private extend implies less group and no sellers at all.
Boston Bay Beach
This brilliant extend is spotless, uncrowned by visitors or merchants, and near reasonable lodgings, similar to Great Huts, which don’t require pizza to satisfy their name. Boston Bay is likewise known for its incidental wave activity, ideal for starting surfers.
14. Drink red stripe
Red stripe is one of the most liked drinks in Jamaica and you definitely need to enjoy your time with red stripe. It comes with unique signature taste and its taste has the essence of sour grains and is not as available in many local stores. Jamaican red strip is amazing and you would never want to miss to taste it.
15. Shop at Small Local Markets
Shopping is great pleasure for everyone but an expensive mall does not mean that you will always get creativity and art but when you visit Jamaica, you will definitely want to grab some samples of their culture and country with you. So buy some handmade items from local shops and stalls. It will not only be fun but you will get amazing pieces to decorate your home.
16. Listen to Reggae Music
Jamaica is the birth place of Reggae music and has the art of reggae music and no other country can be compared to Jamaica as the reggae king, Bob Markey spent his childhood here and you will feel the beauty of music always in your ears.
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