Now that you’ve booked your tickets to Jamaica, you’re ready to start planning your itinerary. If you’ve never been there before, it can be a challenge to sift through all the information online and decide exactly what attractions you’d like to visit. We Travel Earth, a travel based community, suggests the following places to check out during your vacation.
Travel Website’s 5 Hot Spots to Visit While in Jamaica
1. Doctor's Cave Beach Club
Regarded as one of Jamaica’s best beaches, Doctor's Cave Beach Club is known for its white sand and crystal-clear water. Once accessible via a cave, visitors now pay a small admission fee to see the pristine beach, lounge under an umbrella, and enjoy snorkeling amidst coral reefs.
2. Dolphin Cove
Swim with playful and friendly dolphins in this cove within a tropical rainforest. Those who like to walk on the wild side can hold and feed Caribbean sharks with the guidance of Dolphin Cove’s staff. Your entry fee allows you to enjoy the beach, go snorkeling, and take advantage of many educational experiences.
3. Bob Marley Museum
Fans of Jamaica’s most well-known musician won’t want to miss a trip to this museum honoring him. Located inside Marley’s former home, guests can take a guided tour of the house and grounds, check out the gift shop, and eat at The One Love Cafe.
4. Appleton Estate
This world-famous rum distillery is set amidst lush and verdant farmlands. Visitors can learn how rum is made and all about the distillation process. After each tour, guests are invited to a rum tasting.
5. The National Gallery of Jamaica
Lovers of art will delight in the extensive collection at The National Gallery of Jamaica. Early, modern, and contemporary art collections created by Jamaican artists are on display, as well as pieces included in temporary traveling exhibitions. Tours, children’s programming, and special events are also held at this world-renowned museum.
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