Dunn's River Falls is one of Jamaica's national treasures. Globally, it is as well known as reggae and equally stimulating. A stone's throw from Ocho Rios, one of Jamaica's fastest growing resort centres, Dunn's River Falls is unique. Described as a living and growing phenomenon, it continuously regenerates itself from a river source flowing down to the Caribbean Sea.
Green Grotto known at various times as the Runaway Bay Caves, Cave Hall Caves, Discovery Bay Caves, Dry Harbour Caves, Hopewell Caves, Rum Caves and Dairy Caves, are among Jamaica's most prominent natural attractions. They are of international repute and have been seeing visitors since the 18th century.
Ocho Rios Bay Beach also referred to as “Turtle Beach” is nestled between Sunset Jamaica Grande on the eastern side and Ocho Rios Cruise Ship pier on the western end. Its brilliant white sand, crystal clear water and captivating view of the Caribbean Sea are complemented by other amenities such as concessionary motorized water sports activities, snack shop and picnic facilities. Ideal for your special events including weddings, parties, and family trips.
Long Bay Beach Park is situated along Negril’s famous seven mile white sand beach. In 1997, the UDC to ensure the provision of adequate public beach facilities in Negril, established the 4.16 hectare Long Bay Beach 1. In 2001, the 2.07 hectares (5.18 acres) Long Bay 2 was developed to complement the existing beach park. Opening hours Daily: 9.00 a.m - 5.00 p.m Entry Fee: Adults $150 Child J$50 (4 to 11 years) Contact Information: (876) 957 3159, 957 5260 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 16 hectare Fort Clarence Beach Park in Hellshire, St. Catherine is popular for family fun days and picnics, an ideal relaxation spot for residents of Hellshire, Portmore and Kingston.
Originally named after Englishman David Small who built the fort, it was later renamed Fort Clarence, possibly in honour of William Duke of Clarence, King of England from 1830 to 1837. Fort Small along with Fort Johnson played a critical role in the defence of the island during the 18th century.
Ancient civilizations and natural geological wonders make a trip to the Two Sisters Caves in Hellshire a fascinating and exciting experience.
Two Sisters Caves is the final stages of a collapsed limestone cavern which plays host to an interesting array of life forms, including the Greater Bulldog or Fisherman bat, the blue crab, “ticky ticky” or big mouth sleeper, as well as several migratory birds. The caves were once a ceremonial site for the Tainos, as indicated by the carvings of the adult faces or petroglyphs on the wall of the eastern cave.
A peaceful oasis at the entrance of the bustling tourism town of Ocho Rios, the Turtle River Park offers another alternative to recreational facilities in the parish of St. Ann.
The park is ideal for relaxation as well as providing a beautiful backdrop for your wedding, reception or photo shoot. Features include a central walk-way, water feature inhabited by fish and turtle, gazebos as well as children’s play area, all sited on 3 hectares of land.