Jamaica was part of a big trip through the Caribbean. I have visited 10 islands but Jamaica was less positive for me. Bad diving, American cruise tourists everywhere, mostly unsafe feeling,irresponsible and dangerous driving behavior, … BUT the reggae sumfest with Lionel Richie, among others, was great. Have a look to my pictures: http://www.myworldtrips.com/n-america/nggallery/album/Jamaica

Here are the places i have visited during my journey in Jamaica.

  1. Dunn’s River Falls: Imagine climbing cascading waterfalls surrounded by lush greenery. Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios is a must-do adventure that leaves you feeling exhilarated.
  1. Luminous Lagoon: Witness the magic of the Luminous Lagoon in Falmouth. This natural wonder, one of only four in the world, glows with bioluminescent organisms at night.
  1. Bob Marley Museum: Explore the life and legacy of the legendary Bob Marley in Kingston. The museum offers insights into his music, activism, and cultural impact.
  1. Blue Mountains: Hike to the peak of Blue Mountain, the highest point in Jamaica. The misty vistas and cool air make it an unforgettable experience.
  • Rose Hall Great House: Discover the history and mystery of this grand plantation house. It’s said to be haunted by the infamous “White Witch.”
  1. Montego Bay: Stroll along the endless white sands of the 7 Mile Beach. Enjoy the lively nightlife, indulge in delicious cuisine, and soak up the sun.
  1. Reggae Sumfest: If you’re there in July, don’t miss this vibrant reggae music festival in Montego Bay.
  1. Rafting the Rio Grande: Drift along the scenic Rio Grande on a bamboo raft. It’s a serene and picturesque journey.
  1. Climbing Blue Mountain Peak: Challenge yourself with a pre-dawn hike to catch the sunrise from the summit.
  1. Ocho Rios: Explore this charming town, visit the Dunn’s River Falls, and enjoy water sports.