Things to Do in Jamaica
As one of the larger Caribbean islands there are quite a few great things to do in Jamaica. First and foremost, dining out is a Jamaica highlight, the cuisine is a fusion of European, African, Oriental, Indian and Middle Eastern which is ultimately uniquely Jamaican. Dining out isn’t just about the food either, it’s about the music, entertainment and having a great time.
There are some fantastic places to stay in Jamaica and different things to do in each area. We’ve also curated the best hotels in Jamaica for you to choose from and if you can’t decide what to do in Jamaica then have a look through our Jamaica tours where you can fit in as much as possible. Scott Dunn’s Jamaica highlights are: Try the local Jamaican beer, Red Stripe, whilst on one of Jamaica’s brilliant beaches as reggae plays out in the background. This is relaxing in true Jamaican style. Explore the Blue Mountains by mountain bike ride and take in the scenic views of mountain waterfalls, thick jungle, and famous coffee plantations. Contact us to speak to a member of our specialist Jamaica team about what to do in Jamaica for you to get the most from your trip.
Hiking in the Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains are the perfect place to enjoy walks through local villages to deserted waterfalls or coffee plantations. Varying levels of difficulty and length walks can be arranged with a Rasta Guide who will give you an insight into the culture too
Rafting on the Rio Grande
Enjoy rafting the peaceful River Rio Grande surrounded by the mountains of Portland and pass by bamboo and banana groves. Complete the day with a riverside cook out with a local lady who will keep you entertained with Jamaican folktales.
Reach Falls and Boston Jerk Centre
Reach Falls is a gem of a waterfall, less dramatic but much less crowded than the mighty Dunns River Falls. This is a place to kick back and enjoy the natural setting, followed by a visit to the parish jerk centre.
Touted as the Greatest Reggae Show on Earth, Reggae Sumfest runs from 13th to 19th July and features world renowned reggae artists in the heart of Montego Bay.