Friday, April 29, 2011

Waterfalls and natural attractions in Jamaica

If you are looking for a truly unique experience in Jamaica, then you must go off the beaten track to taste the real flavour of this breathtakingly beautiful island. There are numerous waterfalls that are worth seeing. Given that the island is mostly mountainous, you’ll find these waterfalls sprinkled liberally all over the island.

If you are visiting Jamaica you can choose to stay in Jamaica villas, cottages or apartments that are well suited for all tastes, budgets and requirements. Not only are these Jamaica rentals, as they are commonly known, more affordable and cost-effective, but they also provide you all the privacy and space you need to relax, rejuvenate and indulge yourself on the island. These Jamaica villas are staffed by locals who know the island like the back of their palm and can provide you useful tips and insights into what to see and do to get a real taste of Jamaica.

Once you are settled in your villa, you can then plan to go and check out some of the hidden gems of Jamaica. One such treasure is the Two Hills Falls and Park located in South Trelawny.

The drive to the Two Hills Falls and Park starts on the North Coast highway but very soon you will find yourself winding your way into the hills and passing through sugar cane fields and picturesque towns. All too soon, you will reach the edge of a dirt road with a hand-painted sign nailed to a utility pole reading Two Hills Falls and Park. The road will take you through banana and coconut trees to a rustic old bridge made from odd planks of wood and posts buried in the Martha Brae River. From here, you would be able to hear the musical sound of the waterfalls. Cross the shaky bridge and you’ll come to a picnic area with rough benches and tables under tall fruit trees of starapple and jackfruit.

The stunning Two Hills Falls and Park is one of Jamaica’s best kept secrets and is a must visit for those who to appreciate the beauty of nature in peace and quiet.

You can also visit two other falls – the Dunns River Falls in Ocho Rios and Mayfield Falls located about one hour drive from Negril.

Silver Sands Jamaica arranges for tours and transfers to these falls and other places of interest.

1 comment:

Luxury Villas In The Caribbean said...


The site is about waterfalls and natural attractions in Jamaica, this is the best option for those want a peace and quiet holiday. You will find the most beautiful cascading waterfalls, white sandy beaches and home to the famous blue mountains. Thanks a lot.