From exploring underwater wrecks to hiking to the highest point, Jamaica has lots to offer. Find out which way you want to break your sweat in this magnificent island.
Jamaica might not be on the top of the list for surfers but still its a decent surf. Boston Bay is the most popular and exceedingly beautiful surfing spot for amateurs and beginners, where as the Ranch, Copa and Lighthouse are favourites among highly skilled surfers, the surf camp at Bull Bay is never out of the limelight.
Rushing down the mountains on a mountain bike has never been short of a breath-taking experience. Mountain biking tours are a good opportunity to get familiar with densely forested Blue Mountains. There will be many stops along the way so that you can take pictures and know about various specialties of the mountains such as yielding the Famous Blue Mountain Coffee.
For a perfect adrenaline rush undertake a water rafting excursion on the Great River. You should know how to swim that is the most important factor. While on the excursion you can be assured of euphoria amidst the yells and shouts.
There are about 100 scuba diving centres spread all over the island. The best diving centres are located on the northern and western coast. Negril is the place where the highest number of diving spots are, including the famed Throne Room and a cave full of giant sponges and soft corals. Montego is another prominent diving spot which is also a home to country’s first marine park.
Not only a scuba centre point, the west end of Negril is bordered with precipices ideal for practicing your aerial jumping moves. The most famous spot is Rick’s Cafe, alongside which you'll discover a handful of jump points up to a stature of around 10m. The usually calm, turquoise water, which is safely deep and there are stairs to assist you in climbing for another round.
The cockpit country of Jamaica may be somewhat more challenging; however the three-hour climb to the highest point of the nation's most noteworthy peak (Blue Mountain) is without a doubt the most rewarding way to get your heart to beat on a Caribbean morning.
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