Find your own All Right
September 19, 2014 | By VACV |
Jamaica has it all. From beautiful mountains to endless beaches. From quiet corners, to lively clubs. To help you find your little piece of All Right, here are the 6 large resort areas of Jamaica. Have fun!
Negril has two of the best beaches in the world. Spend a long lazy day in the turquoise surf. Try a new water sport. Go horseback riding. Just remember to save a little energy for when the sun goes down. There are some great restaurants, bars and clubs in this area.
Negril’s 7-Mile Beach has been rated one of the top 10 beaches in the world. It is spectacular, so bring some sunscreen and let loose.
Lively Ocho Rios is the perfect mix of relaxation, nature and fun. Try ziplining in the jungle or snorkelling the clear waters if you’re feeling adventurous. For more low key, a drink and a good book on the beach is a staple.
The Ocho Rios Jerk Centre is the spot to try the famous spicy smoked, jerk chicken, pork, fish or conch. You’ll always find good tunes and a few locals to chat with.
Known as one of the most beautiful places in the Caribbean, “MoBay” is a great mix of white-sand beaches, island history and fun. Doctor’s Cave Beach is one of the most famous beaches in Jamaica and perfect for the whole family.
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville is a top restaurant and bar. Great food, good drinks and a pool with slide, this is a fun spot for a night out with or without kids.
Colonial architecture now houses theatres, galleries, high-end restaurants and everything you could ever look for in a city vacation on a beautiful Caribbean island. You’re also on the doorstep of the Blue Mountains, home of the famous coffee, which makes for a scenic day trip.
The Bob Marley Museum is actually in Marley’s original studio where he recorded many of his songs. An amazing and inspiring experience.
The South Coast of Jamaica is a natural paradise. In this charming area, discover majestic cliffs that rise from the sea, historic Great Houses, spectacular beaches, and a Jamaica untouched by the passage of time.
Treasure Beach is a six-mile stretch of coral-coloured sand. Find a private spot in one of the four main bays for a blissful day of solitude.
Port Antonio is truly beautiful. Go river rafting, relax on the secluded Frenchman’s Cove Beach or wander the ruins of Folly Mansion. For art lovers, local galleries and vendors offer some of the finest creations in Jamaica.
Bush Bar by Chef Nigel serves up fine dining with an island twist. Enjoy excellent service and an amazing view.