Travel the Rio Grande River on a 30 foot bamboo raft with seating for two. One of the biggest rivers in Jamaica and so named “Big River” by the Spanish. You will be poled by your own raft captain who will even allow you the opportunity to pilot the raft yourself during the trip. The true beauty of the Rio Grande can only be seen on a handmade bamboo raft.
Splash around in warm ocean water and the refreshing river at Frenchman’s Cove. Enjoy crystal clear waters where the cool river meets the warm Caribbean sea. And bask in the sun on a pristine white sand beach. This marvelously secluded area is paradise at it’s best!
Boston Beach is located nine miles east of Port Antonio on the east side on the island. Considered the birthplace of spicy jerk seasoning a visit to Boston Jerk Center will excite all of your senses. Swim or surf in the clear blue water along the pristine white powder shore.
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.
Beautiful beaches, historic architecture and local cuisine await in Port Antonio.
Port Antonio is located on the northeastern coast of Jamaica. Now a quiet market town, it was once a bustling port for bananas and coconuts. It was also Jamaica’s original tourist and cruise ship destination. Driving west, escape to the seclusion of Frenchman Cove white-sand shore beach or to Boston Beach. Swim in the 200-foot deep Blue Lagoon. Visit the Folly Mansion ruins and the historic DeMontevin Lodge. Experience the beauty and culture of authentic Jamaica in Port Antonio.