Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and especially Negril have extensive offshore reefs and cliffs, including grottoes. Clusters of dwarf tube sponges are a noteworthy feature. The West End offers caves and tunnels- Hawksbill turtles are quite common here. Corals and sponges have taken up residence in many of the waters of Jamaica. Find the locations that will lead you through tunnels and overhangs with huge sponges and gorgonian corals for a special treat.
Ride the rapids down Jamaica's Rio Bueno. Cruise to Bengal Bay, enjoying time to relax on the white sand beach and swim. This family-friendly excursion is just one of the adventures that awaits you in Jamaica.
Take time to relax to just sit back and relax. Driving along the main coastal highway in Jamaica, you’ll notice the variations from rocky cliffs to white-sand beach within a span of a few miles. The island’s unique geography has created some of the world’s most sought-after beaches.
Enjoy at day at the Water Falls. Dunn's River Falls is one of Jamaica's national treasures. The Spaniards called the area "Las Chorreras" - the waterfalls or springs - and it is truly one of the most beautiful spots on the island. A stone's throw from Ocho Rios, one of Jamaica's fastest growing resort centres, Dunn's River Falls is unique. Described as a living and growing phenomenon, it continuously regenerates itself from deposits of travertine rock, the result of precipitation of calcium carbonate from the river, as it flows over the falls. The small dome-shaped cataracts are usually associated with thermal spring activity found in limestone caves. This, combined with its location near to the sea, gives Dunn's River the distinction of being the only one of its kind in the Caribbean.