If you are travelling to Jamaica, there is lots that you can do, see, explore and discover on its beaches, mountains, coastline, rainforests and more. Also you can make your trip to the island all the more special by staying in Jamaica rentals that especially cater to families or groups of friends who wish for some privacy and space to spend quality time together amidst the island’s beautiful surroundings.
If you are an outdoor enthusiast, here are some activities that you can consider.
The agency, Blue Mountain Bicycle Tours Ltd offers all-inclusive, all-day biking tour in Jamaica's Blue Mountains, the Caribbean's highest mountain range. One of the best tours is the Downhill Bicycle Tour, which gives you the perfect opportunity to appreciate the panoramic vistas as also the exotic flora and fauna. The tour also includes a Jamaican brunch and lunch at a local cafe. This is a guided tour and you are also provided safety equipment. Besides, you also get some time for a refreshing waterfall swim. You can also go for solo cycling. However, note that there are not many bike repair shops so remember to take along a repair kit.
Jamaica offers more major golf championship courses than any other nation in the Caribbean. Some of the best ones are to be found in Montego Bay. If you are a golf enthusiast, you can consider staying in Silver Sands villas, a secure community of Jamaica villas and cottages in the famous north coast, with convenient distance of Montego Bay and Runaway Bay. The Cinnamon Hill Ocean Course at Rose Hall Resort & Country Club is ranked among the top-five golf courses in the world. You can also check the North Shore SuperClubs' Runaway Golf Club at Runaway Bay and Sandals Golf & Country Club at Ocho Rios.
Besides hiking the Blue Mountains, you can also hike the various trails through the Rio Grande Valley. One of the highlights is the 7-hour White River Falls jaunt along the banks of the White River. If you are looking for an easier walk, you can try out the Scatter Waterfalls, floating on a bamboo raft across the Rio Grande. The 11km (7-mile) Guava River Trail takes you along the Guava River right into the heart of the Blue Mountains.
You’ll find the best riding opportunities on the north shore. Jamaica’s most famous equestrian centre is Chukka Caribbean Adventures less than four miles away east of Runaway Bay. They have on offer horseback ride and swim tour that takes you on a guided ride along some scenic routes then finally along a beach where you can ride bareback into the sea.
Underwater Jamaica opens up a world of coral reefs, etched with canyons and grottos with sheer vertical walls. The temperature averages 78-85 degrees with visibility upto 100 feet. The best diving sites on the island can be found in Falmouth, and the marine parks in Montego Bay, Port Antonio and Negril.