The Reach Falls are one of the most beautiful natural waterfalls of Jamaica. A peaceful spot surrounded by virgin rain forest.
A series of cascades tumble over limestone tiers from one hollowed, jade colored pool to another. A half mile hike up river leads to Mandingo Cave, which has a whirlpool.
Over 23 species of birds reside in the area, a variety of exotic birds and if you are lucky enough, you will catch a glimpse of a wild pig in its natural dwelling.
Nestled at the outlet of a fresh-water stream, Frenchman's Cove beach’s white sand and turquoise waters have attracted visitors to Jamaica for decades.
Luxuriate under a shade tree, take in the amazing view, cool off in the gentle surf, or go exploring up the river.
Does the beach look familiar? It should: you’ve seen it as a film set in popular movies such as Knight and Day, with Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. But today, it stars you.
Your Hike starts at 5,200 feet with an incredible View of Kingston to the South and the Blue Mountain Coffee Fields to the North.
The Best Thing about this Hike is the View. Second Best Thing is that the Hike is All Downhill. The trail takes you thru the Coffee Plantations and Small Villages of the Blue Mountains.
See what plant can grow 2 ft. per day. Tour ends at a Beautiful Swimming Hole with a 100 ft. Waterfall. Bring your swimsuit! Easy 2 hour downhill hike
Blue Lagoon is seven miles east of Port Antonio, surrounded by steep hillsides and dense green vegetation.
At one time, the lagoon was considered to be bottomless, but since then divers have found that it does in fact has a bottom at a depth of about 180 feet. the lagoon is made up of sea water entering from the surface; the surface of the lagoon meets the surface of the Caribbean Sea.
Local legend claims that a mysterious dragon or sea serpent lives in its deep, blue waters, but this of course is merely folklore and visitors need not worry about such a creature appearing when they come to see this miraculous oasis nature has created.
Winnifred Beach is one of the last remaining public beaches in Jamaica, a rare combination of authenticity and beauty; the secret dream of many "First World" travelers. The Beach is also an historical community place for Portlanders where they traditionally go to celebrate events, improve health, relax and unwind.
Families, seniors, church's groups and tourists visit the beach regularly especially as a result of having free entry and also for the authentic, pleasant and colorful atmosphere around.
During the years some residents have planted small stalls for the sale of corn, hot soups and other Jamaican well-known dishes. During the holidays there is music and activities on the beach.
Port Royal is a village located at the end of the Palisadoes at the mouth of Kingston Harbour, in southeastern Jamaica. Founded in 1494 by the Spanish, it was once the largest city in the Caribbean, functioning as the centre of shipping and commerce in the Caribbean Sea by the latter half of the 17th century. An earthquake devastated the city in 1692, sinking much of its land beneath the sea. The few survivors rebuilt on the site of the present Kingston, across the bay.
Fort Charles was a stronghold located at the bustling harbor town of Port Royal. Located on a bluff overlooking the harbor, Fort Charles was one of England's biggest government forts in the Caribbean. The fort served as the base of operations for British Royal Navy forces commanded by Commodore James Norrington.
The cannons that point out from the battlements were a menacing warning to pirates cruising offshore.