When people hear about Jamaica they instantly think about reggae, rum and white sandy beaches. However, this is only the beginning of a trip to the exotic island. The story goes on with enjoying waterfalls and sipping rum punch on the beach.
One of the most enjoyable things you could do in Negril is to go to the Oasis Spa where you can get a “Reggaesage”. This means that the therapist massages your back as if it was a percussion instrument. You can enjoy the live music of reggae musicians while being pampered.
If you have some free time, you should kick off the flip flops, put your feet up and enjoy a rum punch in Negril at a lounge right beside the waterfall. It is good to know about Canoe that, just like all the other punch bars, it has its own original recipe for preparing the punch.
Freshly Cooked Jerk
In case you make a visit to Scotchies Too, you will see chicken slowly roasting over the barbeque pits and you can monitor as your dish is being prepared. Once the food is done you should make sure that you add a lot of hot sauce to it and then cool your stomach with some cold beer.
Lime Tree Farm
One of the best moments of your trip might be seeing the sunset from Lime Tree Farm. This can be found in the Blue Mountains. It is a nice place to visit because you will be able to sit back and enjoy the best views Jamaica has to offer.
It is said that it was at this accommodation where Noel Coward was inspired to write his novel. The place is known for the incredible view that it offers. You can see almost all the important parts of the island and you will be able to enjoy the peace and quiet.
Y S Falls
The original name of Jamaica means water and wood. If you would like to understand what this refers to, you should take a trip to YS and you will be amazed by the waterfalls. The ice white water breaking on the rocks is surrounded by soft and velvety wood wonderland.
The people who visit Jamaica say that there is so much to do and so little time. This is why you should come up with a plan of things to do before hitting the road.
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