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Jamaica Travel Guide

Jamaica Sports & Activities

Uncover sports & activities in Jamaica with our insider's guide.

Bird-Watching

Jamaica is a major bird-watching destination, thanks to its various natural habitats. The island is home to more than 200 species, some seen...

Diving and Snorkeling

Jamaica isn't a major dive destination, but you can find a few rich underwater regions, especially off the North Coast. Mo'Bay, known for its...

Dolphin Swim Programs

Dolphin swim programs are popular activities in Jamaica; there are three locations on the island if you want to take part. Montego Bay Dolphin...

Fishing

Port Antonio makes deep-sea-fishing headlines with its annual Blue Marlin Tournament in October, and Mo'Bay and Ocho Rios have devotees who...

Four-Wheeling

Open-air jeeps and ATVs are an exciting way for travelers to combine the experience of a guided tour with the thrills of an amusement-park ride...

Golf

Caddies are almost always mandatory throughout the island, and rates are $15 to $45 per round of golf. Cart rentals are available at most courses...

Guided Tours

Because most vacationers avoid renting cars for safety and cost reasons, guided tours are a popular option if you want to take a break from...

Helicopter Tours

Captain John's Island Hoppers. Departing from the domestic terminal of Montego Bay's Sangster International Airport, Captain John's Island...

Hiking

Hiking in Port Antonio ranges from very easy to extremely difficult, with everything from hour-long strolls along riverbanks to multiday sojourns...

Horseback Riding

Although it doesn't have quite the long history of horseback rides as Ocho Rios (which began offering horseback swims at Chukka Cove after visitors...

Horse Racing

In Kingston, a trip to the track is a popular afternoon activity for many residents. Although the capital city has the island's only track,...

Kayaking

Many beachside resorts have sea kayaks available for their guests. Chukka Caribbean Adventures. The 1ΒΌ-hour kayak trip is $65 per person...

Mountain Biking

Jamaica's hilly terrain creates a challenge for mountain bikers, though there are easier rides, especially near the beaches and on the western...

River Boating and Rafting

Jamaica's many rivers mean a multitude of freshwater experiences, from mild to wild. Jamaica's first tourist activity off the beaches was relaxing...

Sailing

Dreamer Catamaran Cruises. Dreamer Catamaran Cruises offers sails on four catamarans ranging from 53 to 65 feet. The cruise (US$83) includes...

Tennis

Many hotels have tennis facilities that are free to their guests, but a few will allow nonguests to play for a fee. Court fees generally run...

Zip-Lining

There are many ways to see Jamaica's thick tropical forests, but perhaps none quite as exciting as by zip line. After a short introductory lesson...

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