Jamaica’s Top Travel Spots
Frenchman’s Cove – Caribbean Holiday
Only 45 minutes from Frenchman’s Cove, Reach Falls are among Jamaica’s most beautiful waterfalls. Tucked in the Montane Forest of the John Crow Mountain Range, the attraction offers a unique blend of comfort, relaxation, and adventure. The lush greenery of the Montane Forest and the refreshing pool beneath the cascading waterfall promises a memorable experience. The waterfall is open for visitors between 8:30-16:30, Wednesday to Sunday and the entry fee is $10 for adults, $5 for children under 12.
Rafting on the Rio Grande
Laze on a bamboo raft as you float down Jamaica’s longest river. Rafting here dates back to around 1911, when banana farmers in the Rio Grande Valley used to transport their bananas along the river to the coast. The Rio Grande Rafting Tour is available 7 days a week and lasts between 2 and 3 hours. Each raft carries 2 adults and 1 small child. For this tour, visitors should dress comfortably and be sure to pack swimwear, towel and sunscreen. Rio Grande River Rafting is one of the most popular attractions for visitors to Port Antonio. A skilled, licensed Raft Captain will take you down the river while you relax and absorb the beauty of Portland.
Lose yourself in the spectacular scenery of the Blue Mountains national park. The Blue Mountains peak at over 2,200 feet above sea level and are home to rugged hiking trails, refreshing rivers and waterfalls, and a wide array of wildlife. There are many ways to experience the mountains and El Sol Vida will help you to climb, bike, or stay there.
Boston Jerk Center
Boston Jerk Center is home to the best jerk in Jamaica (arguably!). The produce is organic and homegrown, but the best thing about is that you can watch your food be made in front of your eyes. For more information visit: bostonjerkcenter.com