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what are the main points of interest in Jamaica?

main point of interests in jamaica

what are the main points of interest in Jamaica?


RESPONSE: by Wellesley


It depends on what you are looking for but generally speaking, the ones that are popping, the main points of interest in Jamaica right now are:

  1. The Dunn's River Falls
  2. The Rose Hall Great House
  3. The Bob Marley Museum
  4. Dolphin Cove Ocho Rios
  5. Rick's Cafe Sunset
  6. The Mystic Mountain Attraction
  7. Doctor's Cave Beach
  8. The Blue Mountains
  9. Green Grotto Caves
  10. The Original Mayfield Falls
  11. YS Falls
  12. James Bond Beach
  13. The Appleton Estate
  14. Reach Falls
  15. The Blue Hole Mineral Spring (Ocho Rios area)
  16. Somerset Falls
  17. Fort Charles
  18. Devon House
  19. Emancipation Park
  20. Ahhh Ras Natango Gallery & Gardens
  21. Kool Runnings Waterpark
  22. Charles Swaby's Black River Safari
  23. National Heroes Park
  24. The Rio Grande (Rafting)
  25. Hope Botanical Gardens
  26. Burwood Beach
  27. Shaw Park Botanical Gardens
  28. Bob Marley Museum
  29. Nine Miles (Bob Marley), and one of my favourite...
  30. Rastafari Indigenous Village

Please note that this list, of the 30 most popular, spans a wide cross section of attractions and activities.

You'll notice, for example, that there are waterfalls and beaches, but also great houses, forts, historic attractions, factory tours, culture and heritage, as well as nature attractions.

And these, by the way, are based on travelling ratings and reviews.

I hope this helps.

If not yet done, I invite you to check, what I call my directory of attractions in Jamaica - by parish. You can find it here.

And, I'd love to hear from you. Please share your feedback in the comments below.

Regards,
WG

P.S. Why should you NOT visit Jamaica? Here are some 'great' reasons.

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