Jamaica

Top cities in Jamaica

Montego Bay
2232 Activities
Ocho Rios
602 Activities
Trelawny
466 Activities
Negril
323 Activities
Runaway Bay
289 Activities

Top attractions in Jamaica

Seville Great House & Heritage Park
2 Activities
Before the area was named Seville, the indigenous Taino people called it Maima, and it’s here that historians say Christopher Columbus first encountered the island’s people in 1494.On a guided tour, visitors discover remnants of a Taino village and the 16th-century Spanish settlement of Sevilla la Nueva, including ruins of the church of Peter Martyr, a fortified castle, and the base of a sugar mill. The Great House of the 17th-century British sugar plantation still stands in its original glory. A classic wattle-and-daub construction, the house is awash in English tiling and thick mahogany arches and doors. Visitors can also explore the grounds on horseback.
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Montego Bay Marine Park
1 Activities
Surrounding the entire length of Montego Bay, this marine park occupies 15 acres (6 hectares) of protected reef, mangrove forests, and islets, offering travelers opportunities to enjoy Jamaica’s natural beauty while protecting it for the future.Within the official zone are popular sandy public beaches along the coast where travelers may embark on snorkeling adventures, sea-faring tours in a glass-bottom boat or catamaran, or tours that paddle out in a canoe to spot herons, egrets, and pelicans. Some tours include a scuba dive.
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Rio Grande River
5 Activities
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Kool Runnings Adventure Park
1 Activities
Kool Runnings offers adventurous choices so numerous, travelers might decide it will take an entire day to explore. Attractions in the water park suit travelers of all ages and levels of courage. Ten waterslides come in different heights and speeds. White-knuckle your way through the Jamaica Bobsled Ride, or plunge and spin like a tornado in the Kick Puppalick slide.xa0In the Adventure Zone, make your heart race in a go-kart speeding through the challenging circuit, or during an intense round of paintball or laser combat. When you’re tired of extreme living, float peacefully through a lush nature reserve in a kayak or bamboo raft.
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Blue Mountains
3 Activities
As with most mountain landscapes, the most obvious way to explore the Blue Mountains is on foot. Take a guided hike through the Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site to learn about the mountains’ ecosystem as well as their role in the Maroon Wars. Ambitious hikers will find reward on the 7-mile (11.3-kilometer) trail to Blue Mountain Peak—the highest point in all of Jamaica—while those wanting to skip straight to the view can drive up the mountain in just under an hour. Mountain biking tours take you past gushing waterfalls and over stone bridges, while coffee tours introduce you to the finest coffee in Jamaica from bean to cup.
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Rastafari Indigenous Village
6 Activities
Creating a welcoming atmosphere, Rastafarian villagers invite travelers into the daily life of their community. Learn the techniques they use to build traditional drums, grow organic vegetables, make herbal remedies and medicines, and spice their traditional cooking. After a leisurely wander around the village’s meditative labyrinth, enjoy an herbal tea and fresh fruit while listening to the villagers play music and chant. Longer visits include treks into the countryside where you can take a dip in a natural pool.You can visit the Rastafari Indigenous Village as part of a multi-day activity-filled sightseeing tour that offers a more comprehensive, deeper experience of Jamaica. Leaving from Kingston, climb the lush Dunn’s River Falls, soak up the sun on stunning Doctor’s Cave Beach, go horseback riding, or even swim with dolphins. Tours typically include hotel accommodations, roundtrip transportation, and some meals; entrance fees and gratuities may not be.
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Negril Cliffs
3 Activities
Festive cafes and bars on the Negril Cliffs are perfectly situated to take in the spectacular seaside view and watch as divers make their brave leaps. It’s not uncommon for professional divers and courageous locals to put on shows for the crowd, somersaulting and performing aerial flips before hitting the water. Both the cliffs and nearby Rick’s Cafe are perfect places to catch the West Coast’s spectacular, fiery sunsets.Travelers have many options to experience Negril Cliffs on daytime or evening half- or full-day tours leaving from Montego Bay, Negril, Ocho Rios, or Runaway Bay. Many tours incorporate fun activities like a catamaran cruise to legendary Rick’s Cafe, making stops to snorkel or relax on sandy beaches along the way.
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Trench Town
3 Activities
Most visitors to Trench Town will want to visit the Trench Town Culture Yard, the public housing block (called a government yard) where Marley lived. Bob Marley’s bedroom, with his first guitar, and the remains of his Volkswagen van are on display, and exhibits at the Trench Town Culture Yard Museum illuminate the significance of the area, which was designated a national heritage site in 2007.
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Port Antonio
3 Activities
There are many ways to experience Port Antonio, the capital of Portland Parish, either independently or during half-day or full-day tours from Ocho Rios, Negril, or Kingston. The laid-back town center holds its own interest, with lovely Georgian-era buildings leading to a stretch of shore immortalized in the 1980s film The Blue Lagoon. Nature adventures abound, with options including floating on a bamboo raft down the jungle-fringed Rio Grande to Monkey Island; lunching at a rustic riverside restaurant famous for its award-winning Jamaican dishes; sunbathing at secluded Bikini Beach; driving along the coast past Firefly, Noël Coward’s estate; and of course, swimming in the magical waters of the Blue Lagoon.Typically tours include hotel pickup and drop-off, local guides, entrance fees, and lunch. Alcoholic beverages, gratuities, and additional activities may be extra; check each tour for specific details.
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Harbour Street Craft Market
5 Activities
There are many spots to buy crafts in Montego Bay, but the Craft Market on Harbour Street is one of the best. Here shoppers find handcrafted souvenirs including hats, musical instruments, dolls, and novelties made of leather, wood, beads, and straw. Visit independently or as part of a Montego Bay tour that often includes sightseeing and shopping highlights, in addition to sunbathing, a visit to a local reggae bar, and a stop at Richmond Hill.
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Top tours in Jamaica

Club Mobay VIP Experience: Sangster International Airport- MBJ
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 1 hour to 2 hours
Rasta Cultural ATV safari from Montego Bay
Mobile Ticketing
Duration: 3 hours to 4 hours
Montego Bay Airport (MBJ) Transportation One-Way or Round-Trip to Hotels
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 10 minutes to 2 hours
One Love Bus Bar Crawl
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 4 hours to 5 hours
Jamaica Dunn's River Falls Party Cruise with Snorkeling
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 4 hours
Chukka ATV, Horse Ride, Zipline & Catamaran at Ocean Outpost Park
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 9 hours
Montego Bay Hotels Airport Transfer
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 30 minutes
Blue Hole, Secret Falls, and Dunn's River Falls Combo Day-Trip from Montego Bay
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 8 hours
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