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Must-Do Activities in Jamaica


Bamboo Rafting down the Martha Brae River Rafting the Martha Brae is one of the most popular things tourists love to do in Jamaica especially for couples. It is a relaxing and fun way to spend 90 minutes admiring the scenery. Hop on a bamboo raft poled by local guides at Martha Brae Rafter's Village for a scenic ride of the river. The guides are friendly and may entertain you with interesting stories about Jamaica’s history or serenade you with songs just to keep you company.

Dunn's River Falls Dunn's River Falls is one of the popular tourist attractions in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, surrounded by 180 meters of terraced waterfalls. These beautiful falls tumble over rocks and limestone ledges into the sea and you can climb the natural tiers to the top of the falls with the help of a guide; reward yourself by cooling off in the refreshing pools at the base. Wear water shoes and swimming-appropriate clothing because you can’t escape getting wet.

Rastafari Indigenous Village Visit the Indigenous Rastafarian Village outside of Montego Bay to learn more about the Rastafarian way of life. This guided tour will take you to every part of the village including the village kitchen where you can learn about the Ital diet, the different vegetables, as well as the herb library where guests can learn about the medicinal properties and benefits of plants. You’ll also witness the traditional drum and chanting session at the end of the tour.

Bob Marley Museum Bob Marley's final residence in Kingston located at 56 Hope Road is a Jamaican National Heritage site and a famous tourist attraction. Your trip to Jamaica is incomplete without visiting the Bob Marley Museum. As a legendary musician and activist, his music and philosophies about life put Jamaica on the map and seeing his residence before his death will give you more insight into who he was, what he stood for, and the life he lived.


Contact me if you’re interested in taking part in any of the above activities in Jamaica.

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