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What to Do in Jamaica

Martha Brae River

The Martha Brae River offers one of the most popular activities in Jamaica: rafting. Hop on a wooden raft made of bamboo, then watch the tropical scenery go by as you glide down the river. Your guide will share information about the surroundings, and if you're lucky, will even sing some reggae songs. Plus, vendors will offer food and wares along the way.

Negril Beach and Cliffs

With some travelers calling its waters the clearest they've ever seen, Negril Beach (aka Seven Mile Beach) is a stop you must make on your Jamaican itinerary. Extending from Bloody Bay to Long Bay, these white sands and azure waters are made for relaxation. Make sure to check out the nearby Negril Cliffs too, perfect for pictures and diving.

Blue and Crow Mountains National Park

The Blue and John Crow Mountains, located along Jamaica's eastern coast, is a perfect setting for nature enthusiasts. Here, you'll find lush jungles, roaring waterfalls, and rugged peaks, along with many species of birds and plants. For true adventurers, take a guided hike to the top of Blue Mountain Peak, which stretches over 7000 feet and offers stunning views.

What to See in Jamaica

Bob Marley Museum

Perhaps the most famous Jamaican ever and a pioneer of reggae music, Bob Marley's legacy continues to influence Jamaica to this day. At the Bob Marley Museum, which occupies the musician's former home in Kingston, you'll find personal artifacts, instruments, his recording studio, and more. Afterward, peruse a gift shop filled with Bob Marley records and memorabilia.

Rastafari Indigenous Village

Located outside Montego Bay, the Rastafari Indigenous Village is a cultural center where you'll experience a taste of Rastafari culture. Offering both half-or full-day tours, the Village will teach you about Rastafarian traditions and values in the Big Hut. Then, you'll see hand-made drums, soaps, and jewelry, made with techniques passed through generations. Finally, you'll enjoy a traditional performance of drumming and singing.

Rose Hall Great House

Rose Hall is a restored 1700s-era plantation house. According to legend, it was once ruled by Annie Palmer, also known as the White Witch. As you tour through her house—during the day or at night—keep an eye out for her ghost. Guides dressed in character will tell you all about the house's spooky history, but make sure to take in the legendary ocean views as well.

Where to Stay in Jamaica

Negril

Popular amongst first-time visitors to Jamaica, Negril is located on the western end of the country and is known for its fine beaches and relaxed vibes. Here, you'll find Seven Mile Beach and the stunning Negril Cliffs, which are located near dozens of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. The waters are also lined with coral reefs, perfect for snorkeling.

Montego Bay

Located along the northern coast of Jamaica, Montego Bay (aka MoBay) is the fourth largest city in Jamaica and a great option if you're looking for culture and nightlife. Here, you'll find beaches, golf courses, and resorts, of course. However, the real draw is Gloucester Avenue (aka 'hip strip'), where bars, restaurants, and nightclubs vie for your attention.

Kingston

As the capital of Jamaica, Kingston offers much in the way of activities. It is the heart of Jamaica and is perfect if you're looking to get a sense of its authentic culture. Here, you'll find the Bob Marley Museum, where you can learn about the infamous museum, along with shopping venues, restaurants, and other attractions.

Martha Brae River

The Martha Brae River offers one of the most popular activities in Jamaica: rafting. Hop on a wooden raft made of bamboo, then watch the tropical scenery go by as you glide down the river. Your guide will share information about the surroundings, and if you're lucky, will even sing some reggae songs. Plus, vendors will offer food and wares along the way.

Negril Beach and Cliffs

With some travelers calling its waters the clearest they've ever seen, Negril Beach (aka Seven Mile Beach) is a stop you must make on your Jamaican itinerary. Extending from Bloody Bay to Long Bay, these white sands and azure waters are made for relaxation. Make sure to check out the nearby Negril Cliffs too, perfect for pictures and diving.

Blue and Crow Mountains National Park

The Blue and John Crow Mountains, located along Jamaica's eastern coast, is a perfect setting for nature enthusiasts. Here, you'll find lush jungles, roaring waterfalls, and rugged peaks, along with many species of birds and plants. For true adventurers, take a guided hike to the top of Blue Mountain Peak, which stretches over 7000 feet and offers stunning views.

Bob Marley Museum

Perhaps the most famous Jamaican ever and a pioneer of reggae music, Bob Marley's legacy continues to influence Jamaica to this day. At the Bob Marley Museum, which occupies the musician's former home in Kingston, you'll find personal artifacts, instruments, his recording studio, and more. Afterward, peruse a gift shop filled with Bob Marley records and memorabilia.

Rastafari Indigenous Village

Located outside Montego Bay, the Rastafari Indigenous Village is a cultural center where you'll experience a taste of Rastafari culture. Offering both half-or full-day tours, the Village will teach you about Rastafarian traditions and values in the Big Hut. Then, you'll see hand-made drums, soaps, and jewelry, made with techniques passed through generations. Finally, you'll enjoy a traditional performance of drumming and singing.

Rose Hall Great House

Rose Hall is a restored 1700s-era plantation house. According to legend, it was once ruled by Annie Palmer, also known as the White Witch. As you tour through her house—during the day or at night—keep an eye out for her ghost. Guides dressed in character will tell you all about the house's spooky history, but make sure to take in the legendary ocean views as well.

Negril

Popular amongst first-time visitors to Jamaica, Negril is located on the western end of the country and is known for its fine beaches and relaxed vibes. Here, you'll find Seven Mile Beach and the stunning Negril Cliffs, which are located near dozens of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. The waters are also lined with coral reefs, perfect for snorkeling.

Montego Bay

Located along the northern coast of Jamaica, Montego Bay (aka MoBay) is the fourth largest city in Jamaica and a great option if you're looking for culture and nightlife. Here, you'll find beaches, golf courses, and resorts, of course. However, the real draw is Gloucester Avenue (aka 'hip strip'), where bars, restaurants, and nightclubs vie for your attention.

Kingston

As the capital of Jamaica, Kingston offers much in the way of activities. It is the heart of Jamaica and is perfect if you're looking to get a sense of its authentic culture. Here, you'll find the Bob Marley Museum, where you can learn about the infamous museum, along with shopping venues, restaurants, and other attractions.

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