Within the Ocho Rios town centre, a short distance outside of the tourist-central pier of the buzzing city, you’ll find a gem of a restaurant tucked on a side road. What makes Miss Ts Kitchen so special is a combination of various things: authentic Jamaican food, vibrant venue, personable staff, and service quality.
The bright array of colours, amusing signage, and obvious eye for detail throughout the restaurant effortlessly put you in a cheerful mood. In a way, its deliberate decor reminds me of a restaurant in the Blue Mountains. The inclusion of a kids’ table and small recreation area adds to its playful charm, and make it a lovely place for families to dine.
Experience an unforgettable eight-traverse adventure through lush vegetation across zip lines ranging from 150 to 520 feet in length.
COntinue your adventure at the world-famous Blue Hole, nestled in the hills of St. Mary. Climb along the many cascades, jumping off the rocks into the natural swimming pools.
Start your adventure at the world-famous Blue Hole, nestled in the hills of St. Mary. Climb along the many cascades, jumping off the rocks into the natural swimming pools.
Up next, take a ride on the wild side on our amazing Dune Buggy Safari and discover the quaint Jamaican backcountry. Our 2-seater Dune Buggy is powerful yet easy to handle and gives you unparalleled access to the untouched hills and plains of this beautiful Caribbean island.
Enjoy an authentic Jamaican Jerk lunch and open Caribbean bar. Browse the gift shop for souvenirs and keepsakes before you leave.
Dolphin Cove Ocho Rios is an amazing natural park located at the north coast of Jamaica, surrounded by more than five acres of lush tropical rainforest.
Dolphin Cove visitors have the opportunity to interact and swim with dolphins, sharks and stingrays in their natural habitat while enjoying the thrill and love of these amazing animals. The Dolphin Cove Ocho Rios adventure doesn’t end with our swimming programs, visitors will also have the opportunity to pamper and feed them while learning about each species’ nutritional progr