Go snorkelling in the crystal clear waters of Lime Cay, visit the magical Luminous Lagoon, or pay a visit to the Bob Marley Museum, all whilst enjoying the island’s warm, golden sunshine. From water sports to mountain treks, there’s plenty for the whole family to see and do on holiday in Jamaica.

2. Runaway Bay Golf Club

Enjoy a leisurely game of golf in the beautiful weather at the Runaway Golf Club. The course was built in the 1960s and still provides excellent services and a welcoming environment to play in.
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3. Dolphin Cove

Travel to Dolphin Cove, which is just a half an hour drive away, for a marine experience of a lifetime. There are lots of activities to get involved with either on dry land or in the water.
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4. Rafting on Rio Bueno near Ocho Rios

Float along picturesque waters through the tropical scenery of the Rio Bueno, less than an hour from Ocho Rios. This unique tour gives you the opportunity to discover the beauty of Jamaica’s countryside first hand.
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5. The Bob Marley Experience from Ocho Rios

Learn about some of Jamaica’s most important culture on the Bob Marley Experience, which is a must do activity especially if you are a fan of the legendary musician. The tour starts with an uphill drive through the winding roads of the breathtakingly beautiful Fern Gully forestry,
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6. Blue Hole Ocho Rios

Take a day trip to Jamaica’s iconic Dunn's River Falls to see the spectacular 600 foot waterfalls. Visitors can climb up the naturally terraced steps by creating a human chain through the middle of the fall.
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9. Booby Cay Island

Take a boat trip from the sandy shores of Negril to the nearby small, secluded Booby Cay Island. The island gets its name from the large amount of booby birds that migrate to breed and lay their eggs in the offshore sanctuary.
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10. Mayfield Falls

Experience the spectacular Jamaica’s tropics and take a trip to the Mayfield Falls and Nature Park, only about a 45 minute drive away. The untouched scenery up in the hilly countryside acts as a peaceful break from the bustling coastline.
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12. Rose Hall Great House

There are several grand old plantation houses in easy reach of Montego Bay but if you only go to one, make it Rose Hall Great House. It’s said to be haunted by a former resident, a white witch, so night time tours are popular.
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13. Hip Strip Montego Bay

You’ll find some of Jamaica’s liveliest nightlife on Montego Bay’s Gloucester Avenue, also known as Hip Strip. Running for three kilometres, it’s lined with all sorts of restaurants and bars, almost as if it was designed to showcase the very best of Jamaican culture.
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