To many people, Jamaica embodies the true spirit of paradise. Even Columbus even called it “the fairest land” when he stumbled upon it so many years ago. The Caribbean island only spans 4,244 square miles but has been a favorite destination for travelers looking for adventure, romance, and relaxation.
Sure, there are many resorts and restaurants here, but Jamaica is more than that. A trip here is a cultural experience that reflects the island’s many cultural influences. Jamaica has African, European, and Asian ancestors, and dramatic landscapes marked by waterfalls, mountains, valleys, rivers, and mineral springs. Its year-round tropical climate sets the stage for fun at any time and entices the imaginations of over a million visitors per year.
So if all of this sounds like an ideal way to spend your vacation days, then check out our guide to the most unbelievable places to visit in Jamaica, in no particular order.