Jamaica is a treasure trove of natural attractions


For Caribbean jetsetters, Jamaica is an ideal vacation destination, offering plenty to explore stunning beaches, a rarely seen bright lagoon, guided tours to popular museums, swimming in refreshing waterfalls, and exploring ancient fortresses. With outdoor markets, colonial sites like Kingston and Montego Bay, and a laid-back vibe at Negril and Seven Mile Beach, Jamaica has something for everyone on the trip. There are many things to do in Jamaica: climbing waterfalls, piratical cruises, snorkelling, reggae music, and visiting Rastafari and indigenous villages. Tourists visiting Jamaica are fortunate enough to have an array of activities, landscapes, and amazing adventures for a perfect holiday thanks to its varied topography, tropical beaches, hidden rivers, wildlife reserves, gorgeous mountains, and dense forests.

Kingston – Home of Bob Marley

One thing that draws thousands of tourists each year to Jamaica because of its unique appeal is the challenge to climb. Visit Colonial Dewdawn House, one of the capitals best-known cultural sites, explore Bob Marley’s museum, and tour Jamaica’s National Gallery, the oldest public art gallery in the English-speaking Caribbean. If you are looking for authentic local beaches and some great fried fish, consider adding in Hellshire Beach, a must-do spot for your time in Jamaica. Visit Glow Lagoon, which also needs to be on your bucket list while in Jamaica, since glowing waters are a rarity not only in the Caribbean, but also around the world.

Dunn’s River falls

When freshwater from the Martha Brae river meets the saltwater from the ocean, the glowing lagoons are formed in Jamaica’s northern shore, making this one of the best places to witness them anywhere in the world. The raucous Dunn’s River Falls are one of Jamaica’s best attractions, famous for cascading waterfalls. The falls in Ochos Rio cascade down to the ocean on Dunn’s River Little Beach, creating one of the world’s only cascades made from travertine. Dunn’s River Falls is one of the things that people associate Jamaica most, and with good reason: It is an amazing sight.

The falls are one of Jamaica’s national treasures and are among the most visited tourist attractions throughout the Caribbean. They are touted as the place in Jamaica that would raise the level of satisfaction for the many who decide to stay in the country. Also known as the Garden Parish, it is home to lush tropical plants, meandering rivers, waterfalls cascading down (including the most well-known natural attraction of Jamaica, the Dunn’s River Falls), and more. There are not too many places in Jamaica quite like Frenchman’s Cove, but if you are looking for an enjoyable afternoon at the beach, surrounded by a peaceful River Lime, then you will find it here.

Negril - seven Mile Beach

A one Hours drive west of Montego Baytown, Margaritaville has seven miles of beaches and stunning sunsets, making it one of Jamaica’s best areas. This Jamaican-style beach is one of the best beaches to take you closer to being a local in the island. Seven Mile Beach is one of Jamaica’s more popular beaches, and its best. If you are landing in Jamaica, that is because this is home to one of the two Jamaican international airports, which is also the location for some of the best beaches in the country.

For those looking for Jamaica’s ultimate chill-out experience, you may want to go on a relaxing river tubing adventure in the White River. Cool Runnings offers two major tours: the Snorkelling Cruise, and the Dunn’s River Cruise, which takes guests to the ocean for views of the reefs and marine life in Jamaica.

A dutch/german couple,
travelling together
around the world.
© 2024, Couple on Tours

Contact Info

+34 609 514 466       info@coupleontours.com