The Dummies Guide to Jamaica Resort Areas
Negril ~ If Your friends told you to Jump Off a Cliff Would You?
If you love scenery, Negril, Jamaica can provide it. All-inclusive resorts give way to a 7-mile beach where you can stroll the shore, swim, or snorkel in bliss. West End Road treats visitors to a world, unlike anything they have ever seen.
The cliffs are accessible from West End Road and have jumping points that can reach nearly 40 ft high.
You can watch cliff jumpers from Rick’s Cafe – a famous nest for those interested in this Jamaican pastime. Or get involved in the action yourself and jump from one of the cliffs. Rick’s Café, which serves island staples and local beer, also has a pool for your enjoyment. Don’t leave before the sun sets – you’ll miss one of the most beautiful things you will ever see.
Tranquil and un-spoilt, visiting Negril is a must for travelers interested in relaxation and nature.
Montego Bay ~ They don’t call it Mo Bay for nothing…… Mo Rum, Mo Nightlife, Mo Shopping, Mo Eating, etc..
Montego Bay is the second largest city in Jamaica. It is the first place that those travel to the island via cruise line encounter. And, most importantly, Montego Bay is known as a hot spot for nightlife in the Caribbean. Montego Bay has the very best in restaurants, clubs, and theaters on the island.
But that’s not all it has to offer.
Montego Bay has a couple of snorkeling destinations to look into such as:
Airport Reef: Fish gather at this location because of the abundance of coral reefs and tunnels.
Montego Bay Marine Park spans all of the beaches in Montego Bay. The waters are teeming with inquisitive fish to enjoy.
This island is also home to beautiful beaches and lush greenery. Learn about the culture and history of Jamaica and enjoy the activities that go on in this splendid city both day and night.
Ocho Rios ~ Where the Locals Pass you a Red Stripe Beer and Ask you to Climb a Slippery Waterfall.
Ocho Rios is exactly what you think of in a Caribbean vacation. Slower paced and tranquil, Ocho Rios boasts beautiful views, luxurious resorts, and natural wonders to behold. Home to the beautiful Dunn’s River Falls, Ocho Rios combines relaxation and adventure.
One of the most well-known destinations in the Caribbean, Ocho Rios has its share of snorkeling opportunities. With a marine area that has been protected since 1966, this area sees many divers and snorkelers year round.
Whether you are interested in lying in the sun, getting a relaxing massage, sightseeing, or engaging in water sports, Ocho Rios will satisfy your every need.
Port Antonio ~ Where you can Swim in the Blue Lagoon but nowadays Bathing Suits are Recommended.
If you are looking for a Caribbean experience that is off the beaten path, Port Antonio fits the bill. Visit the Folly Mansion ruins or Town Square with architecture that spans from the late 1800s. You can also marvel at the Blue Lagoon and its majestic blue color. It is quite an experience to swim there – the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea mix with the cold waters from the depths of the lagoon, measured at 200 ft. The Blue Lagoon is the very location where the 1980s movie “The Blue Lagoon” was filmed.
Jamaica is one of the Caribbean’s premiere destinations, and there are no shortage of sights and activities to keep you busy when you stay at the beautiful luxury Jamaica Ocean View Villas. Embark upon the trip of a lifetime in a secluded, private villa, nestled amidst Jamaica’s lush rolling hills.
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