Visit another of the unspoiled rainforest in eastern Jamaica at Bath Fountain. Here, hot mineral water flows directly out of the rocks above. The spring water contains therapeutic sulfur, lime and magnesium which is claimed by folk legend to have medicinal healing properties. You may receive a deep tissue massage with mud and fragrant natural oils, as well as a spiritual blessing. Leave with a clear and renewed mind and body.
Since opening in December 2015, The Longboarder Bar & Grill has been known as a surfers paradise. Bring a board, or rent one and take a few surfing lessons while you wait for lunch. Patrons can also sit back and watch the surf break. Lunch is served in a casual, rustic atmosphere by an attentive yet laid back staff. A sign hangs that reads, “Everything is done to order. Your meal is made fresh with patience and love, so please expect to wait at least 30 minutes, longer if the surf’s up #wayup.” and every minute is worth the wait. The Longboarder is a true hidden Gem.
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.