If you’re the type of traveler that wants to set up on a beach and go undisturbed for a week-long vacation, then definitely sit back and relax, because this blog post isn’t for you!
For the avid adventurer that likes to tackle great heights and swim in great depths, we have the top most thrilling things to do on your Jamaican vacation:
Take a hike through YS Falls
With seven gorgeous waterfalls, a plethora of natural pools and an abundance of plants, animals, and native wildlife to explore, these Falls are just begging you to visit.
There’s something for everyone at YS Falls, whether you want to float in the natural spring pool or go for a canopy ride!
Don’t feel like walking through water? How about biking through some mountains? Don’t worry! It’s a downhill ride—consider exploring the Blue Mountains, up close and personal on a bicycle tour.
Take a look underground at the Green Grotto Caves
Go into the depths of history—and this large limestone cave—to discover natural beauty and long-lost artifacts left by the Arawak Indians. It truly is a world-class attraction in Jamaica that you must fit in on your itinerary!
Take a swim with the dolphins
In the middle of the tropical rainforest rests the Dolphin Cove. You can not only swim with dolphins, but you can snorkel with an abundance of wildlife and even feed sharks if you dare!
Take a… bobsled?
In Jamaica? That’s right! One of the top things to do in this tropical paradise is explore it from great heights. Take the Rainforest Sky Explorer chairlift to the top of Mystic Mountain, then take your turn on the Rainforest Bobsled Jamaica ride to have your breath taken away by both the ride and the ocean views!
We’ve now talked about all the things to do in Jamaica, but read our previous blog post about the amazing sights to take in while on your getaway!
Come explore with Blue Horizon Travel & Yacht Charters this upcoming February as we spend six wonderful nights in Jamaica. Give us a call at 800-939-4334 to learn more or check out our pricing, tour dates and itinerary here!