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There’s a magic to Jamaica that is as soul-stirring as a sunset and as innocent as a child’s smile. Wherever you go in this enchanted paradise, you will find natural beauty so stunning, it will take your breath away. And people so genuinely friendly and hospitable, it will warm your heart. Jamaica is home to a breathtaking landscape of rolling mountains lined by endless white sand beaches, carpeted by lush foliage and crisscrossed by rolling rivers and cascading waterfalls. Take a lazy raft ride on Montego Bay’s Martha Brae River. Climb world-famous Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios. Or watch the cliff divers at Rick’s Café in Negril. And in uncharted Whitehouse, you will discover pristine nature as wild and unspoiled as first love. At Beaches in Jamaica, once you go, you know.
Population: 2.7 Million
Electric Current: 110v
Beaches Resorts: 3
From Miami: 1h 20 min
World-Famous Seven Mile Beach
Negril embodies the ultimate relaxed lifestyle. A spot so in-tune with nature’s bounty that its tallest building cannot reach higher than the ever-present palm trees. Imagine seven miles of silky white sand beach and five miles of cliffs dotted with eccentric watering holes and eating establishments. Envision all of this overlooking some of the most marvelous turquoise water in creation. Add in some of the most spectacular sunsets you’re ever likely to witness, where the sun sinks into the sea from this westernmost tip of Jamaica.
Ocho Rios Area
A Taste of Ecstasy on Jamaica's Riviera
Located on Jamaica’s North Coast, Ocho Rios lays claim to an incredible variety of natural and manmade bounty. Characterized by luxuriant greenery, mountains that soar down to meet stunning beaches, plus the world-renowned, Dunn’s River Falls, this town pulsates with an energy all its own. It even boasts Fern Gully, a winding five-mile shallow canyon carved out by a long-dried-up river, that now hosts over 500 species of ferns and some tropical flora that you would be hard-pressed to find outside of a rainforest.