Excursions in Jamaica with a guide

You can reserve tours from locals who will take you to the most extraordinary and stunning locations in Jamaica, there are more than 401 excursions that may be reserved online.

Interesting facts about Jamaica

Whether you want to enjoy the great outdoors, experience the history of the island or just relax on one of the island's beautiful beaches, there are a few spots in Jamaica that you should definitely consider.

Winnifred Beach

Located on the Eastern part of Jamaica, Winnifred Beach is one of the island's most beautiful and pristine beaches. Its crystal-clear waters make it a popular spot for swimming and snorkelling. The beach is also home to a coral reef, which makes it a great place for water sports.

A historical community area, Winnifred Beach is the home to the Free Winnifred Beach Benevolent Society, which opposes the privatization of the beach by the Urban Development Corporation. This group was formed in 2009 to manage the beach, and a court case won in 2014.

For travelers, Winnifred Beach is the ideal place to unwind, relax, and have fun. Its beautiful white sands, clear waters, and lush greenery make it a picture-perfect beach. Its slow pace and friendly locals make it a great place to escape the troubles of the world.

In addition to its gorgeous scenery, Winnifred Beach also features local shops and food stands. These are open to the public and sell Jamaican cuisine. A public changing room and toilets are also available.

The beach is popular among locals and tourists alike. There are also charter companies that offer boat tours of the nearby mangrove forests.

The beach is also home to a small coral reef that makes it a great snorkeling spot. It's a great place to relax or play beach volleyball.

The beach is located in the Fairy Hill community, on the Eastern part of the island. It is the only public beach in the area.


Located in western central Jamaica, Mandeville is a town with a temperate climate. It has an extensive mountainous region surrounding it. The town is known for its splendid private gardens. It also has a variety of historic buildings.

The oldest dwelling structure in Mandeville is the Mandeville Courthouse, which was built from limestone blocks by slaves in 1817. The building has a two story, double-stair cased design. It is still in use as a parish church.

The town also has an annual flower show. It is also home to the oldest horticultural society in the world. The Mandeville Hotel is also considered to be one of the first hotels in the Caribbean.


The town is also home to the Northern Caribbean University, which is one of the best universities in the Caribbean. The Mandeville Hotel also has a library.

Another attraction in Mandeville is the Marshall's Pen Great House. This is an 18th-century great house that is home to at least 100 species of birds. The house was once the residence of the governor of Jamaica. It is open for tours by appointment. The grounds are also an outstanding bird sanctuary.

There are many other attractions to see in Mandeville. It is one of the best places to visit in Jamaica. It is also the country's oldest golf course.

Mandeville is home to a number of notable restaurants. These include Snappers on Manchester Road, The Den on Caledonia Avenue, and The Feeding Tree on Manchester Road.

Negril Bay

Located in western Jamaica, Negril is known for its crystal clear waters and stunning beaches. This beach resort town is ideal for scuba diving, snorkeling, and water sports. It is also home to a number of historical sites.

Negril is home to many different restaurants, many of which are situated on the water. Aside from a wide variety of local cuisine, there are also international cuisines available. Some of the best restaurants in Negril include Ivan's, Bongos, and Zest.

Negril is known for its laid-back atmosphere. It is a perfect destination for a romantic getaway. The beaches here are ideal for watching sunsets. It is also a popular destination for honeymooners.

Negril Bay

Negril offers a wide range of accommodations, from budget hotels to luxury beachfront hotels. Many of the resorts offer all-inclusive packages and have on-site dining options. Some of the best restaurants in Negril are located on the water, so be sure to check out the options available before booking your vacation.

The Negril Crafts Market is a great place to shop for souvenirs. There are also several galleries in the area that sell local items. The Times Square Mall also offers duty-free items.

The Roaring River Park and Cave is also located near Negril. The park has a number of underground caves and cool mineral water baths. This area is a great destination for hiking and ziplining.

Negril is also home to several beautiful golf courses. The island is close to rainforests, so there are a variety of outdoor adventures to choose from.

Windsor Mineral Spring

Located near the rural suburb of Ocho Rios, Windsor Mineral Spring is not a tourist hot spot, but it offers some very unique treatments and healing properties. It is one of the few places in the world where you can experience bio-luminescence.

Bio-luminescence is the glow of microscopic organisms in water. It can be seen in Caribbean waters, but only at certain times. At night, it shines starkly.

Located in St Ann's parish, Windsor Mineral Spring is not a tourist destination, but it is associated with rituals and traditions on the island. Many people believe that this mineral spring has healing properties.

The mineral water of thermal springs has been used to treat skin conditions, rheumatism and arthritic disorders. It is also used for healing digestive organs and liver disorders. It is rich in magnesium, calcium, sodium and sulphate.

Windsor Mineral Spring has a unique Fire Water Pond, which can get hot and sparks. This is thought to be caused by the high sulfur content of the water. It is said to have healed a slave who was beaten and near death.

The area is a good alternative to the tourist routes in Ocho Rios. It is also known to cure people with skin infections.

Windsor is also known for its "firewater", which is a mineral spring that has purported healing properties. It was discovered by a runaway slave in the seventeenth century. It was sold to the government in 1699.

Mayfield Falls

Located on the west side of Jamaica, Mayfield Falls is a natural landmark and one of the most beautiful places to visit in the country. It is also an eco-tourism attraction that is home to a number of cascading waterfalls, as well as natural Jacuzzis.

The cascades themselves are impressive. The tallest cascade is the 'Washing Machine', which is three meters high and features water jets. You can stand beneath the falls and feel the power of the water as it cascades down into a pool.

Mayfield Falls is also home to a number of rivers and natural pools. These are great spots to soak in the Caribbean sunshine. Most tours allow for a couple of hours of swimming. Guests can rent water shoes for the trip.

There are some other interesting things to see and do at Mayfield Falls. For example, there is a river walk that will allow visitors to get an up close and personal look at the waterfalls.

There is also a small information stand that offers a good overview of the falls. Guests can also purchase fresh fruit drinks. The property is home to a number of exotic plants, including 52 different types of ferns.

The best way to experience Mayfield Falls is to sign up for a tour. The guides are a lot of fun and they will make sure you get the most out of your trip.

Runaway Bay

Located on the North Coast of Jamaica, Runaway Bay is one of the most scenic parts of the island. This town is a laid back, beach-front community with a great coral reef and clear water beaches. It is one of the most popular spots for snorkeling and diving in Jamaica.

Runaway Bay has several boutique hotels and villas, as well as full board hotels. There are also a few restaurants and bars. There are also a few attractions, including Green Grotto Caves, Konoko Falls, and Mystic Mountain.

The Green Grotto Caves are subterranean caves that lead to a watery grotto. This cave network is accessible from both Montego Bay and Ocho Rios. There are many interesting features to the caves, including multiple fragments of pottery, adzes, and a crystal-clear lake at the bottom.

Runaway Bay is also home to Bob Marley's childhood home. This is a must-see when visiting the area. The Bob Marley Museum is located in his former home. The museum features many artifacts that were once in Marley's collection.

Another must-see in Runaway Bay is the Blue Hole. This waterfall is located within an eco-rich rainforest. This waterfall is also a great destination for swimming and relaxing. The mud spa at the waterfall is also invigorating.

Runaway Bay is a great spot to relax, enjoy the sea, and discover a little of Jamaica's rich history. There are many historic buildings and museums. The area is also home to several clubs, restaurants, and souvenir shops.

Excursions and Day Trips in Jamaica

Whether you're planning your first holiday or you're a return visitor, there are many excursions and day trips in Jamaica to choose from. From the island's beautiful white-sand beaches to the rich history of the country, there's plenty to do in Jamaica. It's also one of the best places to visit if you're looking for a vacation that's both relaxing and adventurous.

If you're looking for a day tour that will highlight Jamaica's culture, history, and music, consider the Jamaica Music Institute Tour. This tour explores the country's musical history, including a visit to Trench Town, where Bob Marley began his musical career. The tour includes time for lunch and stops at two museums. Afterwards, you can relax on the beach or explore the area's shops and restaurants.

Another great excursion in Jamaica is the Martha Brae river rafting tour. The river rafts are the main mode of transportation, but you can also enjoy the pristine scenery by taking a dip in the river. The tour is a great way to see the country's natural beauty while learning about the country's culture. There are also stops at a restaurant and a gift shop. The rafting excursion lasts 75 minutes, and it is recommended you wear a swimsuit.

You'll also want to check out the rum estate tour. This tour includes a visit to a rum estate, where you'll learn about the history of rum and how it is made. The tour includes tasting 10 different rums, and you'll learn the process of distillation and how the estate came to be. You'll also see an original collection of antique instruments, and see the original furniture from the home that Bob and Ann Betton owned for more than a decade. The tour also includes a visit to an islander's house, where you can experience life in Jamaica.

If you're looking for an exhilarating adventure, you can try an ATV tour. You can also experience the thrill of a zip line ride through the forest. You'll also have the opportunity to swim near the falls, a relaxing experience that's perfect for honeymooners or couples.

If you're looking for an off-the-beaten-path adventure, you'll love the YS Falls. This waterfall is located on a working animal farm. It's home to crocodiles, egrets, and a natural pool. You can also duck under the falls to take a relaxing shower.

Another day tour in Jamaica is the Bob Marley tour. You'll start your tour in St. An, a town that's considered to be one of the country's most interesting and historical. You'll then travel to Trench Town, where Bob Marley was born and where he wrote many of his famous songs. You'll also get to see the mausoleum of the music legend. You'll also have time for lunch, and you'll finish your day with a visit to the Bob Marley Museum, which explains the music legend's history. The tour finishes at the Trench Town area of Kingston.

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