Things to do in Jamaica
- Appleton Estate Rum Tour – Appleton Estate Rum Tour gives the visitor an inside look at the rum making process. Visitors watch resident donkey demonstrate how juice was extracted from sugar cane in the 18th century. From there the tour takes visitors to the Distillery & Aging House where the different methods of distillation are shown. Visitors are then able to juice their own cane and sample white rum.
- Bob Marley Mausoleum – Birthplace and final resting place of reggae legend, Robert “Bob” Marley. Visit the humble beginnings of this superstar in the hills of St. Ann. Chances are, you may meet Bob’s mother Cedella Booker, or some of his old friends on your visit.
- Rafting on the Martha Brae – Rafting on the Martha Brae is Jamaica’s premier rafting attraction. A skilled raft captain on a 30ft. bamboo raft takes visitors on a romantic adventure into the scenic and tranquil beauty of the island. This unique experience encompassing over 3 miles of beautiful and picturesque river should not be missed by any visitor.
- James Bond Beach – Located just 20 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Ocho Rios James Bond Beach is spectacular, beautiful beaches surrounded by crystal clear water on three sides and an amazing backdrop; the lush mountains of St. Mary reaching straight down to the sea. James Bond Beach is well known for the fabulous fresh fish and seafood served at the two-story Moonraker “Jamaican” Bar & Grill. The fish is so fresh we let you pick which one you want to eat! If you are looking for a little excitement James Bond Beach also offers the ultimate…..Guided Waverunner tours. The tours ride past the famous Golden Eye, where Ian Fleming wrote the James Bond novels then on to pass UB40’s home and some of the most breathtaking views that can only be seen on a personal watercraft.
- Y. S. Falls – YS Falls is a nature-based attraction nestled in the foothills of the cockpit country of St. Elizabeth. Enjoy an intimate experience with a spectacular 7-tiered waterfall surrounded by lush vegetation. A tractor-drawn jitney takes you through a working thoroughbred horse and cattle farm to the hidden valley – home to the waterfalls. Indulge yourself in a “natural pool” fed by underground and above ground springs.
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