Jamaica Attractions and Activities
Dunnís River Falls (Jamaica)
Dunnís River Falls is one of the premier set of falls in the Caribbean, with water flowing 600 feet from the top of the falls to the pool at the bottom. On the trail leading to the top of the falls, numerous small pools have formed between rocks. Guided tours to the top can be arranged. A market full of local residents selling handcrafts and restaurants are located near the falls. more...
At Dolphin Cove, visitors can interact and swim with tame dolphins. It is set in a beautiful rainforest, so tourists not interested in swimming with the dolphins can hike around the grounds to observe the native birds residing in the forest. There is also a restaurant located on the premises.
Rose Hall Great House
This is the former home of Annie Palmer, the infamous white which of Jamaican folklore. She was born in Europe, but her family later moved to Haiti. While she was still young, her parents died and she was raised by her Haitian nanny, believed to be to be a voodoo queen. Eventually, Ann married and moved to this Eighteenth Century mansion and slave plantation located in Jamaica. During her life, she was married three times with each of her husbands dying mysteriously. As a result, many people speculate that she practiced voodoo and witchcraft. Today, the renovated home is open to tourists. It is full of European antiques. Tourists will also be led through the homeís dungeon, which has been converted into a bar. Beautifully landscaped gardens cover the homeís grounds.
North Coast Marine Sports
Tourists can charter fishing boats for deep sea fishing excursions from North Coast Marine Sports in Montego Bay. Also, this company sponsors sailing, glass bottomed boat, scuba diving, catamaran boat, and parasailing trips. North Coast Marine Sports also has a dive center.
This more than 100 year old lighthouse is still in operation to this day. It currently runs on solar power. Those visiting the lighthouse will also be able to enjoy picturesque views of the sea and surrounding landscape. It is also a great spot to enjoy breathtaking Jamaican sunsets.