If you are travelling to Jamaica for the first time, you can take guided tours to explore the best of what the island has to offer. You can also make your visit all the more memorable by staying in Jamaica rentals comprising private villas, apartments are cottages that are more affordable than hotels, offer more services than them as also the privacy, freedom and space to explore the island and spend quality time with your loved ones.
To help you plan your trip, here are some tours that you can consider.
Accompong Maroon Tour: The history enthusiasts can consider the Accompong Maroon Tour that takes you to some villages in the southeast of Montego Bay. You can meet villagers and tour the historic sites related to the Maroons, who were the descendents of runaway slaves.
Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park: The Blue Mountain and John Crow Mountain National Park spreads across 194,000 acres and occupies about six percent of Jamaica’s total landmass. It is home to the highest peak of the island, the Blue Mountain Peak rising 7,402 feet above sea level.
Bob Marley Museum: If you are a reggae fan, you simply must visit this museum in Kingston that houses memorabilia related to the great composer and singer.
Dolphins Cove at Treasure Reef: The marine park promises fun for the entire family. You can swim with two lovable bottleneck dolphins and if you want an adrenalin rush swim with some trained nurse sharks.
Black River Safari: Most of Jamaica’s rivers are navigable and open up endless opportunities for water activities such as bamboo rafting and white water rafting. You can also enjoy the Black River Safari that meanders through some of the island’s most scenic locations houses unique flora and fauna.
There are some activities that are strictly meant for adults and if you are travelling with kids you could do well by staying in rentals such as Silver Sands villas Jamaica that are very family-friendly and offer childcare facilities and also have a separate play area for kids.