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Things To Do At Bluefields Bay, Jamaica

by Daniel cook
(Milersville Md. USA)

Hello my wife and I are heading to Bluefields Bay on Valentine's Day. So was there for the week. Can you give me any advice on the area things to do nearby.

I'm a simple man good beach some bourbon and friendly people I'm happy guy. like to do a zip line my wife would really like that.

Any advice on where to go what to do would be greatly appreciated thanks Danny!



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Feb 18, 2014
Bluefields bay
by: georgiajan

Mayfield Falls is nice if you want to take a trip. Here's a link to the website:

http://www.mayfieldfalls.com/

YS falls might be closer? It is also nice:
http://www.mayfieldfalls.com/

I haven't been to Bluefields in a while, but the public beach used to be a great place to watch the fishermen arrive with their catch, usually in the morning.

The sunsets are breathtakingly beautiful.

I'm sure you'll have a great time.

Even if you prefer bourbon, make sure to try some Jamaican rum. Appleton Reserve is a delicious sipping whiskey

Feb 04, 2014
Thanks
by: Anonymous

Thanks John for all the good tips well appreciated!
Danny

Feb 03, 2014
Thank You
by: Wellesley

Hey John!
Thanks for the response my friend.

Feb 02, 2014
Some things to consider
by: John Blenkiron

The people in the Bluefields area are the salt of the earth. A trip to a local village like Beeston Springs will prove my point!

About 25 miles south is the town of Black River where the Swaby family run crocodile tours up the Black River. North of that is Middle Quarters where one can tour the scenic Ys Falls or just park in the famous Bamboo Lane and feast on freshly prepared hot pepper shrimps.

West of Bluefields is Savannah La Mar which is a market town.

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