The enchantment of Jamaica arises from the island’s beauty and bustling cultural activity. The scenery is breathtaking, from the gently sloping green hills to the rippling rivers ranging in hue from blue to green. Jamaica’s nickname, the “Land of Wood and Water,” was given to it because wherever you go in this place, there will be natural beauty.
Take in the cool mountain breeze, play in the sea, enjoy the culture, and observe the unique wildlife. Sunbathe on white sand beaches then discover beautiful waterfalls to swim in and take a refreshing dip.
Explore the botanical gardens, and protected sanctuaries where you can observe wildlife in their natural setting. But the best chance to see native species is on a hike through the stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site Blue Mountains.
In the north, you can climb the 180-foot Dunn’s River Falls. Or spend a relaxing raft ride down the Rio Grande in the east. And in the west, you can visit Mayfield Falls. Simply put, there’s action everywhere in Jamaica.
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