7 Things to see in Jamaica


Discover the rich history and culture of Jamaica as you explore this beautiful island. Relax on miles of pristine beaches, while you enjoy the views of the island.

1. Discover Unique Western Jamaica

Unique Western Jamaica1Enjoy a four-wheel drive to western Jamaica to have the ultimate off-road tour experience. You will travel from Montego Bay to Negril to discover the beauty of its interiors. Your tour will end with a short walk along a river where you can cool off in the natural pools while discovering hidden waterfalls.



2. Enjoy a Black Safari Ride

Black Safari RideExplore the beautiful and untouched South Coast of Jamaica on this exciting nature tour. Relax as you travel on a bus through the attractive countryside on your way to the Black River. Along the way your guide will tell you interesting stories of the parish (St. Elizabeth) with its flora and fauna that inhabits the banks of the longest river on the island. You will also explore secluded mangroves to view crocodiles and other native species in their natural habitat.



3.Croydon Plantation

Croydon Plantation 1Come and experience a working Jamaican plantation at Croydon Plantation. Nestled in the foothills of the Catadupa Mountains, St. James, you can sample the most mouth-watering tropical fruits in season and also enjoy a delicious Jamaican buffet surrounded by the lush green mountains. An unforgettable day in Jamaica not to be missed




4. Dunn’s River Falls

Dunns River FallsOne of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, Dunn’s River Falls is located on the outskirts of Ocho Rios. Enjoyable and invigorating experiences to enjoy as you join hands to climb the falls staircase of amusement. The water is refreshingly cool and the falls are shaded by tall magnificent tropical trees.



5.  Devon House

Nestled on lush landscaped grounds in northwest St. Andrew, Devon House is a beautiful great house that was built in 1881. You will enjoy your visit to this great house as it displays amazing antiques, to include ornate porcelain chandeliers. Note the trompe l’oeil of palms at the entrance foyer, as you step inside the former carriage house. After tour the house, visit the ice-cream shop on site for the best tasting ice cream on the island.

6.Greenwood Great House

Greenwood Great House 1This marvelous estate sits high on a hill on the border of Trelawny and St. James. A lovely two storey plantation house, Greenwood Great House is made of stone and timber and was built in 1780. Unique among Jamaican plantation houses, Greenwood survived untouched during the slave rebellion of 1831. View the wonderful array of its oil paintings, Dresden china, a court jester’s chair and plentiful antiques, including a mantrap used by slaves.


7. Goshen Wilderness Resort

Goshen Wilderness ResortEnjoy a trip to wilderness resort, a few meters east of Walkerswood. Catch it, we cook it, is it prime attraction for you to have fun with the 42 large ponds of fish. Other attractions such as an aviary, a petting zoo, volleyball, paddleboats and kayaks, nature trails and horseback rides are also available for you to enjoy. Take a tour to Spanish Bridge to get a lovely swimming spot on the White River banks. The chef will prepare your fish with bammy or festival lunch, while you play and frolic in the refreshing waters.

The island of Jamaica has so many attractions to see and do while on your vacation to the island, visit any of these unique spots to enjoy a different realm of the island.