7 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Jamaica

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When we travel to other countries, we are always curious to explore new places and visit the best tourist attractions there. However, when we are unfamiliar with the area, it is difficult to find the best places to visit. But don’t worry, in this blog I’ll be sharing some of the best places to visit in Jamaica. 

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1- Seven Mile Beach

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It’s a gorgeous beach in Negril, Jamaica. The sea is crystal clear, and the sand is softly golden. It is a popular tourist destination in Jamaica where you can unwind and spend time with your friends and family. You can swim, eat, relax, and enjoy the beach, but make sure to arrive early to locate a decent space as many good spots fill up quickly. On the beach, you can also engage in water activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving, jet skiing, kayaking, and banana boating, among others. It’s a wonderful beach where you may spend the entire day doing a variety of activities. When heading to the beach, make sure to bring some important items with you, such as a swimsuit, sunscreen, a towel, and additional clothing.

2- Dunn’s River Falls

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It is a well-known waterfall in Jamaica’s Ocho Rios. This waterfall has big rocks which act as stairs. For the majority of tourists, climbing the waterfall is a popular activity. This waterfall is 600 feet long and 180 feet high; climbing it takes 1 to 2 hours with rests in between. It’s a fantastic spot to visit, and you can easily spend 3 to 4 hours at Dunn’s waterfall. People with neck, back, or other problems, as well as pregnant women, should avoid visiting this waterfall. If you’re heading to Dunn’s Falls, make sure you bring Sneakers with you so that you can  climb the cascade comfortably. Be cautious of the steps as you climb the waterfall; they may be slippery due to the wet conditions. Some hotels offer pick-up and drop-off service. It’s a fantastic destination to visit and an amazing experience to have.

Price- $45 per adult

Review- 4.5

3- Blue Hole Mineral Spring

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 Blue Hole mineral spring is a deep swimming cave and a popular tourist attraction in Jamaica. Blue hole is 20 feet deep and 6 feet above the water. It is a fun and relaxing activity where you can jump into the water from 6 feet or if you are afraid to jump you can walk down through ladder. There are also a few bars, cook shops and pools located near the Blue Hole. Along with that they also provide mineral massage service which you should consider doing for a different experience. You can also go with your kids as they do have a pool near the blue hole. This place is a must visit as you can get a unique and amazing experience by just spending a few bucks.

Price- $20 per adult & $10 for children

Review- 4.4

4- Doctor’s Cave Beach

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It is situated in the Jamaican town of Montego Bay. You’re probably wondering why it’s called Doctor’s Cave Beach. So, Dr. McCathy donated his beach property in 1960, which is why it is known as Doctor’s Cave Beach. It is open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. It is a nice and breezy beach where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful view of the sea. They also have showers, a changing room, and a bathroom where you can shower after leaving the beach.You can also rent a chair and an umbrella for a reasonable price.  

Price- $6 Entry fees

Review- 4.5

5- Rose Hall Great House

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 It’s a historic home in Montego Bay, Jamaica. It is a plantation house with a stunning ocean view which was built by John Palmer and his wife. However, it was destroyed in 1960 and then restored in 1970. You can choose between a day or a night tour. Take a night tour if you are not afraid of ghost stories. It is an interesting history of Annie Palmer (the White Witch), and you should also consider visiting Rose Hall House; it is a fantastic experience. It is open everyday except Sunday, below are the days and timing of Rose Hall.

Timing Of Visiting Rose Hall Great House:

Monday- Wednesday: 9:15am – 4pm

Thursday – Saturday: 9:15am – 8 pm

Sunday – CLOSED

Price- $25

Review- 4.5

6- Martha Brae River

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It is situated in the Jamaican town of Montego Bay. Bamboo rafting is an adventurous and exciting activity to try and it takes about 1 to 1.5 hours to complete a full ride. Make sure to dress comfortably in shorts and sneakers. You can also book various rafting packages based on your preferences. It is worthwhile to go bamboo rafting because it is a unique experience. Lastly, at the end of the rafting, there is a gift shop, bar, and restaurant where you can rest or eat.

Price- $180 for 1 or 2 person  (extra $40 per person)

Duration – 6 hours & 1 hour for rafting duration

Review- 4.6

7- Mystic Mountain 

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It is a park located in Ocho Rios, Jamaica and also a popular tourist destination. There are a few  wonderful rides that take you to the mountain with an incredible view. Sky Explorer, Anancy’s Web RopeCouse, Zipline, Raggamuffin, and Bobsled are just a few of the exciting activities available. There is an additional service available like lunch, lockers and transportation. Make enough time to visit Mystic Mountain so that you can enjoy all of the rides without feeling rushed. There may also be a queue for rides, therefore I recommend choosing a ride with a shorter line in order to enjoy all of the rides. It is costly, but it is worthwhile. Some rides have prerequisites, so check the website before booking your ride.


  • Starting $129 per person for Bobsled and Raggamuffin 
  • Starting $49 per person Sky Explorer And Anancy’s Web
  • Starting $169 per person Mystic Mountain All In 

Review- 4.5

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