Natural Wonders

Jamaica is full of natural wonders that are sure to leave you speechless.

Blue Mountains

Named after the blue-grey mist that shrouds their peaks, Jamaica’s Blue Mountains reach heights of over 2,100 metres. Follow the hiking trails past the famous mountainside coffee plantations, and through varied ecosystems home to more than 200 bird species and 800 species of plants.

Dunn's River Falls

These world-renowned waterfalls tumble like giant steps into the Caribbean Sea.Hold hands in a human chain to make the 180-metre hike up the falls, cool off in its sheltered pools or just gaze up at this cascading natural landmark and soak up the sun on Dunn's River Beach.

Rio Grande

Named 'big river' by the Spanish, the Rio Grande is fed by heavy rains from the Blue Mountains and famous for its river rafting, originally used to transport goods from central regions. Hop aboard a bamboo raft to float past banana groves, sugar cane plantations and Jamaican countryside steered by a skilled boatman.