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Bob Marley Museum (Kingston)
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$87* and up
Ranked #31 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Historic Sites; Specialty Museums; Museums
The world-famous reggae star's home, displaying Marley's guitar and other artifacts.
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Green Grotto Caves (Runaway Bay)
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$60* and up
Ranked #32 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Caverns/ Caves; Outdoors
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Ranked #33 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Gardens; Outdoors
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Doctor's Cave Beach (Montego Bay)
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$28* and up
Ranked #34 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Beaches; Cultural

This beach is only about 300 yards long, is very clean, has beautiful calm waters, and is a bit crowded at times. It is the best beach in Montego Bay, but is very crowded on days... more »

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Ocho Rios Beach (Ocho Rios)
Ranked #35 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Beaches; Reefs; Outdoors
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Ranked #36 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Beaches; Bodies of Water; Outdoors

Treasure Beach Jamaica is wonderful honeymoon location. It's about a 2 hour ride from the airport, and some may enjoy the ride, seeing the way different people live, but it is a... more »

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Blue Lagoon (Port Antonio)
Ranked #37 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Bodies of Water; Outdoors
Sheltered, white sand beach with calm waters perfect for swimming.
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$64* and up
Ranked #38 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Educational Sites; Cultural
Owner description: In a natural lagoon, set in the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea, surrounded by the lush beauty of Jamaica's flora, Humans,... more » Owner description: In a natural lagoon, set in the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea, surrounded by the lush beauty of Jamaica's flora, Humans, Dolphins, and sharks become friends at Jamaica's # 1 attraction, Dolphin Cove. We offer snorkelling with stingrays, a jungle trek, Tropical birds at our own aviary and many more things to help you enjoy your entire day. « less
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$90* and up
Ranked #39 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Historic Sites; Historic Walking Areas; Factory Tours; Landmarks
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$79* and up
Ranked #40 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Outdoors
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$90* and up
Ranked #41 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Bodies of Water; Outdoors
Enough mangrove trees, wild crocodiles and tropical plants to excite even the most stubborn of imaginations.
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Blue Hole (Ocho Rios)
Ranked #42 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Bodies of Water; Outdoors
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Ranked #43 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Mountains; Outdoors
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Laughing Waters (Ocho Rios)
Ranked #44 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Waterfalls; Outdoors
Charming waterfalls overlook a small but beautiful beach, offering some much-needed relief from the tropical heat.
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Ranked #45 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Public Transportation Systems; Other
Owner description: Hop on board the Dunn's River Shuttle for the coolest ride in town! Safe, convenient and inexpensive, the Dunn's River... more » Owner description: Hop on board the Dunn's River Shuttle for the coolest ride in town! Safe, convenient and inexpensive, the Dunn's River Shuttle will take you to the Falls and back. Shuttles depart every half hour from the cruise ship terminal and the Falls. Check the on line schedule for hotel departure times. On the return trip, there's a quick stop at Island Village for those who want to jump off for shopping. « less
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National Gallery (Kingston)
Ranked #46 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Art Museums; Museums
Owner description: A gallery specializing in Jamaican art from the 1920s to the present, with a particularly strong collection of Edna Manley's... more » Owner description: A gallery specializing in Jamaican art from the 1920s to the present, with a particularly strong collection of Edna Manley's sculpture. « less
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Sharkies Beach (Runaway Bay)
Ranked #47 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
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Ranked #48 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Marinas; Outdoors
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Bob Marley's Mausoleum (St. Ann's Bay)
Ranked #49 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Cemeteries; Cultural
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Somerset Falls (Port Antonio)
Ranked #50 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Waterfalls; Outdoors
Surrounded by lush greenery, these falls are best approached via gondola.
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$87* and up
Ranked #51 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural
Birthplace and mausoleum of reggae legend Bob Marley.
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Half Moon Bay (Negril)
Ranked #52 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Bodies of Water; Outdoors
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Fern Gully (Ocho Rios)
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$51* and up
Ranked #53 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Canyons; Trails; Bodies of Water; Outdoors
Scenic drive through a three-mile-long canyon, shaded by trees and ferns.
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Ranked #54 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Museums
Owner description: This museum is an authentic place ,the frist home of BOB MARLEY where he grew ,the place where he learn to play the guitar... more » Owner description: This museum is an authentic place ,the frist home of BOB MARLEY where he grew ,the place where he learn to play the guitar ,this is where it all began,,this museum also offer alot of history about the place call Trench Town, and why its call TRENCH tOWN AND ABOUT ALL THE OTHER MUSICANS AND PERSON THAT IS SIGNIFICANT TO jAMAICA AS WELL, « less
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Ranked #55 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Lighthouses; Landmarks
This lighthouse, built in 1894, affords breathtaking views of the coast.
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Ranked #56 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Owner description: An intimate boutique taking 'brand Jamaica to di worl', showcasing the best in authentic Jamaican fashion. Patwa Apparel... more » Owner description: An intimate boutique taking 'brand Jamaica to di worl', showcasing the best in authentic Jamaican fashion. Patwa Apparel speaks a fashionable Jamaican language by merging fashion and language. Clothing for men, women and children are available. The colour and depth of Jamaican patois is translated in English on items of clothing. We also carry other top lines like Bob Marley, Heather Laine, TnT Fashion, Ipanema and a host of others.Accessories, books, CDs, etc are included in our range of items.A customer obsessed team awaits to welcome you to Patwa Apparel. « less
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Ranked #57 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Historic Sites; Farms; Cultural
Formerly one of Jamaica's largest slave-holding estates, now a scenic spot for hiking and horseback riding.
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Greenwood Great House (Montego Bay)
Ranked #58 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Home once belonging to poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning's cousin, this home is now a museum that displays antique musical... more » Owner description: Home once belonging to poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning's cousin, this home is now a museum that displays antique musical instruments and furniture. « less
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Cornwall Beach (Montego Bay)
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$28* and up
Ranked #59 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
If you don't mind the crowds, the pure white sands and the calm warm waters of this beach will make you forget your worries.
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Lime Cay (Kingston)
Ranked #60 of 198 attractions in Jamaica
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