The beautiful island that gave the world Bob Marley, Jamaica is a one of a kind paradise, a Caribbean country that sways to the rhythm of reggae and overflows with lush greenery, white sand, and crystal blue waters.
Jamaica is a paradise of natural beauty, and outdoor activities and attractions. One must see is Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios. The cascading water drops 600 feet and you can hike right up them for an awe inspiring view and incredible experience.
Also make a visit to Nine Mile where Bob Marley was born and is now buried. To get there journey through the mountains and into the heart of the country, stopping along the way you'll really get a feel for the locals and local communities.
Negril 7 Mile Beach is another unmissable location, an iconic beach it is everything you think of when you think tropical paradise. Other top things to do in Jamaica include hiking in the Blue Mountains, visiting the Blue Lagoon in Port Antonio, visit Doctor's Cave Beach in Montego Bay and have a round of golf at White Witch Golf Course. Make sure you try delicious Jamaican cuisine, spend a night at a music concert, or just watch sunset after spectacular sunset on any of the islands wonderful beaches. Active visitors will know that hiking, cycling, climbing, snorkeling, scuba diving, and horseback riding are all great here.
Montego Bay or Negril are some of the best areas to stay on the island for ease of getting around and access to great beaches.
November to December is the best time to visit the island with beautiful weather.
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