Updated: Mar 13, 2020
Join us as we learn more about another jewel of the Caribbean with a unique culture and welcoming people. From the beaches to the cuisine, Jamaica has so much to offer.
The beat of reggae. The searing smell of jerk over the fire. The swizzle of rum in your glass. No place on earth provides the range of attractions and the cultural diversity that can be found here. No place on earth feels like it. No place on earth shines like it. Jamaica, the home of rhythm and sway. 📄 by: @visitjamaica @visitjamaicanow
We all know that Jamaica is known for its great beaches and tropical sunsets, but there is a lot more to do on this verdant island. We've prepared a list of some of the most amazing things to do in Jamaica that will get you out of your beach lounger to see and do.
WATER AWAY FROM THE BEACH
Fire-Water Pond - Windsor Mineral Spring is located at St. Ann's Bay. This small body of water is called the Fire-Water Pond because it has such high levels of sulfur that cause the surface of the water to ignite. For decades, locals have talked about the rejuvenating and healing potential that this pond has. Local residents are also known to cook on this water.
Blue Hole - This beautiful cenote type body of water is rumored to be bottomless, according to locals. The turquoise blue water is surrounded by some of the tremendous tropical greenery that makes Jamaica beautiful. It is the perfect place for some snorkeling, swimming, and many people love to jump in from the vines in the trees that surround it.
Black River - This 33-mile long river is the perfect place to see one of Jamaica's rarely sighted creatures, the crocodile. They can be seen in the Black River near the southern coast of the island. A tour of the Black River is a great way to get into the wilds of Jamaica and get in touch with the local wildlife.