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Colorful and vibrant, Jamaica is more than just a stunning beach getaway. The Caribbean Island is also considered the place where reggae originated and also has an enduring African influence on its culture. Beautiful beaches are everywhere. Seven Mile Beach on Negril is among the best beaches in the world. But there are mountains too, as well as rainforests and rivers inland.

Indeed, Jamaica is ripe for exploring, regardless of whether it is a trip with the family or an intimate honeymoon. Here are 15 stunning places including Montego Bay to Frenchman’s Cove and The Blue Lagoon to help you get inspired for the trip of a lifetime to this stunning island.

Jamaica in Pictures:13 Beautiful Places to Photograph

The Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon” | Jamaica in Pictures

It is the Blue Lagoon pictured here is located situated in this Port Antonio area. It’s a breathtaking 60-meter-deep freshwater lake that is a well-loved swimming spot that is known for its ever-changing hues of blue. If the name or scenery is familiar, that’s because the area was used on the Brooke Shields movie The Blue Lagoon.

Dunn’s River Falls

Dunn’s River Falls” | Jamaica in Pictures

Dunn’s River Falls is one of the top natural attractions in Jamaica. The gentle terraced waterfalls cascade down ledges and rocks for around 180m before reaching the ocean. Find a map at the point of entry to the waterfall, and you can ascend to the top to take a dip by swimming in the pools that are natural.

Doctor’s Cave Beach, Montego Bay

Doctor’s Cave Beach, Montego Bay” | Jamaica in Pictures

This beautiful stretch of white sand, surrounded by clear, aqua waters is referred to for its beauty as Doctor’s Cave Beach and is one of the most beautiful beaches of Montego Bay. The beach’s name comes from the name of a British osteopath who visited the area in the 1920s and claimed that the waters had curative properties after swimming in the water there. It’s been in high demand ever since.

Kingston

Kingston” | Jamaica in Pictures

The capital city of Jamaica Kingston sparkles at night. The city has a rough and smoky atmosphere, and places that should be kept clear of, it’s one of the most beautiful places. Its Bob Marley Museum in the city’s central area is the former home of the legendary reggae artist and is well worth a trip. Kingston’s stunning natural harbor is another famous attraction.

Hiking in the Blue Mountains

Hiking in the Blue Mountains” | Jamaica in Pictures

The Jamaican Blue Mountains, which rise in the distance behind Kingston and are designated to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, as were The John Crow Mountains, and they are now popular hiking spots. The region is lush and rugged. is dotted with forests and waterfalls, as well as rainforests and coffee plantations.

Ocho Rios

Ocho Rios” | Jamaica in Pictures

Parasailing is a water sport that you can take part in Ocho Rios, a port town along the north coast of Jamaica, not too far away from Runaway Bay. The beach is beautiful and is lined with resorts catering to various budgets for travel.

Under the Sea in Jamaica

Under the Sea in Jamaica” | Jamaica in Pictures

There are plenty of excellent snorkeling and diving places in Jamaica and you’ll be able to see colorful fish schools and coral; and, If you’re lucky you might see nurse sharks or sea turtles. The best spots for snorkeling can be found in the reefs that are offshore from Negril.

Negril Cliffs

Negril Cliffs” | Jamaica in Pictures

In the southern part of the southern end of Seven Mile Beach are the Negril Cliffs. The rocky outcrops are popular with cliff jumping enthusiasts. In this area, you’ll find three restaurants. 3 Dive Restaurant, which serves Jamaican food on the cliffs. The view is spectacular when it gets dark. A few of Negril’s most popular resorts are also available.

Seven Mile Beach, Negril

Seven Mile Beach, Negril” | Jamaica in Pictures

On the west coast of Jamaica Negril Beach, often referred to by the name of Seven Mile Beach is a stunning stretch of white sand and emerald waters that extends across Bloody Bay south to the Negril Cliffs. There’s a good snorkeling area close to the shore along with water-based sports of all kinds are available. Negril is also home to a range of luxurious luxury resorts.

Martha Brae River

Martha Brae River” | Jamaica in Pictures

A traditional river rafting experience on a bamboo raft on the Martha Brae is a romantic experience. The trips depart from a concrete pier in Falmouth. The trip of three miles down the river lasts around an hour in the raft. It is guided by an experienced local guide. You’ll also be able to learn about the history of the river and also have the opportunity to take a dip.

The Blue Hole, Ocho Rios

The Blue Hole, Ocho Rios” | Jamaica in Pictures

In the lush mountains that rise in the mountains above Ocho Rios, you’ll find several waterfalls as well as deep swimming holes, like those in the Blue Hole pictured above, which are popular among tourists who want to experience an adrenaline rush in the shape of the cliff dive. The journey to the waterholes is an experience in and of itself, which requires climbing up slippery rocks. Wear appropriate footwear.

Runaway Bay

Runaway Bay” | Jamaica in Pictures

Runaway Bay on the north coast is famous for its breathtaking sunsets that stretch along beautiful beaches such as the one shown above. The coral reef off the coast is a well-known dive and snorkeling spot. It is also home to the subterranean Green Grotto Caves are also located here.

Frenchman’s Cove

Frenchman’s Cove” | Jamaica in Pictures

This stunning beach is known as Frenchman’s cove. It is situated in Portland parish, which is in the less crowded northeastern region of Jamaica located near the small port town of Port Antonio. A freshwater river brimming with fish is flowing into the ocean at the end of the white sand beach here. The water is transparent and shallow, which makes it an ideal place for children to play in the water.

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