1 | Dunn’s River Falls. For a fee, you can relax on the beach or climb with a guide to the top of the falls. You can splash in the waters at the bottom or the cool pools high up between the cascades of water. Be sure to wear shoes to protect your feet from the sharp rocks and prevent slipping.
2 | Dolphin Cove. This is considered by many to be Jamaica’s number one attraction. At Dolphin Cove, you can swim with dolphins and stingrays in their natural environment and learn about the Caribbean sharks. The Jungle Trail Walk offers and opportunity to interact with iguanas, snakes, and various species of birds. There’s something for everyone at Dolphin Cove from glass-bottom kayaking to relaxing on the pearl white beach. There are three facilities on the island in Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, and Lucea.
3 | Bob Marley Centre & Mausoleum. Reggae fans from all over the world visit the little hamlet of Nine Mile to pay their respects at the Mausoleum where many personal items are on display including guitars, awards, and Marley’s famous rock pillow where he laid for inspiration. You can go inside Marley’s two-room shanty where he lived from ages 6 to 13, filled with family memorabilia and photographs. Adjoining the shack is the spot where Marley was buried.
4 | Rick’s Café. The laid-back Rick’s Café offers an alternative to Negril’s beautiful Seven Mile beach. This spot is known to have the most spectacular sunset view in all of Negril, as well as one of the most incredible coves in Jamaica. Countless visitors and locals have jumped or dived into the water below. Rick’s in-house band plays reggae and rock for visitors and you can order fresh fish and imported steaks along with a complete menu of blackened dishes, Cajun style.
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