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Montego Bay, Jamaica

Places of Interest

Rose Hall Great House, Montego Bay

Deceased more than a century, Annie Palmer still stirs memories of her reign as the mistress of the Rose Hall Great House, located in Montego Bay. Cursed by slaves, the White Witch, Annie Palmer, turned a magnificent plantation into a hell‑house of atrocities. Countless slaves fell prey to her torture while all three of her husbands met death at her hands. The Great House is but one of many attractions on the 6,600 acre Rose Hall Plantation. Here, visitors can experience the complete spectrum of island living ‑ mountain villages, cane fields, luxury villas, resort hotels and condominiums, miles of beautiful beaches and well‑maintained golf courses.

Dunn's River Falls, Ocho Rios

Dunn's River Falls is the most photographed attraction in Jamaica. Set within a small tropical forest, the falls are a complete experience. The thundering cascades, the exhilarating blasts of ice‑cold spring water and the sheer majesty of nature all combine to create one of Jamaica's most‑treasured locations. Climb at your leisure, and have a guide show you interesting spots where you can jump off, slide down rocks, or have a soothing massage from the falling water.

The Ward Theatre, Kingston

A testament to Jamaican architecture and philanthropy, the Ward Theatre was a gift to the citizens of Kingston in 1912. Declared a national monument on January 7, 2000, the theater has a long history encompassing the nation's social, cultural and political lives. Its productions are markers of social history and it has functioned as the National Stage for the Festival Movement. Located in the heart of Kingston, the Ward is the only theater of its kind in the English‑speaking Caribbean.

Appleton Estate Rum Tour, South Coast

Appleton Estate Rum Tour gives the visitor an inside look at the rum‑making process. Visitors watch resident donkey "Pax" demonstrate how juice was extracted from sugarcane in the 18th century. From there the tour takes visitors to the Distillery & Aging House where the various methods of distillation are shown. Visitors are then able to juice their own cane, sample white rum and boil "wet sugar".

Blue Lagoon, Port Antonio

Whether you want to take a boat ride or just splash around this perfect circle with shifting blue hues, the "Bottomless" Blue Lagoon is a must‑see natural wonder. Enjoy rum punch on the shaded veranda or watch the colors of the lagoon change with the movement of the sun. The Blue Lagoon is over 178 ft/55 m deep and is Port Antonio's most famous attraction.

Seven Mile Beach, Negril

Negril's Seven Mile Beach is an iconic site in the resort area, which boasts turquoise, transparent waters hugging a coastline of rocky cliffs and white sands that seem to trail on forever.

The Historic Falmouth Cruise Port, Falmouth

The island’s newest port is a US$ 220 million project between the Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited and the Port Authority of Jamaica. The 32‑acre, two‑berth port can accommodate the Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship. Historic Falmouth Cruise Port includes restaurants, duty‑free and boutique shops, a craft market, offices and nearby residences. Visitors have access to more than 60 attractions in the surrounding area of Falmouth and in nearby Ocho Rios and Montego Bay.