A cavernous opening 24 feet below ground, completely encased by Karst limestone.
Take a 22-foot jump into the natural healing water of Blue Hole Mineral Springs. The pool is 35 feet deep and around 40-50 feet in diameter. Also on site are cabanas, a beach volleyball court, and mineral spring swimming pool. Enjoy a Blue Hole Mineral Massage where staff will not only exfoliate but purify and soften your skin.
Best experienced in person, the Blue Lagoon is unforgettable. Sail out into the turquoise water surrounded by lush green foliage or experience the temperature change as the lagoon’s mix of warm Caribbean Sea water and cold underground streams surrounds your body. Once thought to be bottomless, experts have now discovered it’s depth at roughly 180 feet. See why this magical location has been featured in many films Blue Lagoon.
Reggae Falls is a spectacular waterfall cascading into the Johnson River. Also known as “DamHead” by the locals, the falls was created in 1920 as part of a hydro-electric project. Visitors will appreciate this secluded and quiet location. Feel the refreshing power of the water and stand “on top of the world” after an exhilarating climb to the top.
This flavorful bean is only produced in these remarkable mountains.
Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee is known by enthusiasts for its perfectly balanced flavor. This flavor is derived from coffee beans produced in the high mountainous region of eastern Jamaica. Your estate tour features a walk through winding mountain sides, as well as the farm and historic Great House, circa 1805. Hear the origins of this precious bean, in addition to learning how to grind and roast it to perfection. The coffee is local, sustainable and also Rainforest Alliance Certified. Most importantly, your tour would not be complete without sampling a cup of Blue Mountain organic coffee.
Take an intimate look into the life of legend Bob Marley.
The Bob Marley Museumwas once the home of the iconic Robert Nesta Marley, OM. The former home, now a museum features 19th-century architecture and each room remains as it was when he resided there, displaying some of Marley’s personal items. The museum tour includes a short documentary on Marley’s life in a 80 seat theatre, a photo gallery and record shop. Additionally, the site houses the One Love Café and Marley Memorabilia Gift Shop. Bob Marley was not only an international musician. He used his musical influence to speak about black liberation and social justice around the world. On this tour you take an intimate look into the life of a reggae legend and social visionary.
Visit Blue Hole, often described as one of Jamaica’s hidden treasures. You’ll never forget these breathtaking views. Witness the amazing acrobatics of others, or take the opportunity to test your own high dive! Enjoy a cool turquoise swimming hole, hike to a 20-foot waterfall and explore Blue Hole caves. Irie Blue Hole is a true Jamaican paradise!
Straight up, with cola, or in cocktails there is no wrong way to drink Jamaican rum!
See Jamaica’s oldest sugar estate and distillery on an informative guided tour. Appleton Estate is a Jamaican legacy. Located in the Cockpit County, Jamaica’s largest remaining contiguous rainforest, the estate dates back to Sir Francis Dickenson in 1655. Changing hands over the years, Appleton Estate Rum has been produced here since 1749. In addition to learning about rum production, you will see the traditional distillation methods using 200-year-old copper pot stills. You may also taste an array of different rums produced on the estate. Sample fresh sugar cane juice and molasses. And of course, drink plenty of the rum! Taste the passion that goes into every drop at Appleton Estate Rum Distillery.