Originally a 17th-century fortress, today Frankfort has been brilliantly restored to be one of the most sought-after private villas on the island. Set overlooking a 300-foot private white-sand beach, the villa features 6 bedrooms with gorgeous ocean views, along with an old stone verandah that is perfect for al fresco dining. The living and formal dining areas in the main house still feature the original 2-foot thick rough stone walls and gun slots – a reminder of the fort’s bygone days. There’s a hot tub for 8, along with a tennis court, sea kayaks, and more.
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For anyone into history with a side of ghost stories and spooky places, a tour of here is definitely in order. A look back to the days of slavery, the tour and the museum tell the story of Annie Palmer, the so-called “White Witch."
If you love to party, then be sure to make track to this Montego Bay institution. A unique three-storey structure, it features several bars, Jacuzzis, and even a water slide, with island music playing all day long. Try the margaritas!
This spectacular spot features waterfalls to climb, cliffs and swings to jump off of, and caves to explore. Hire a guide to show you the best way to there and enjoy! Be sure to bring your camera!
Nestled in the heart of Jamaica, this 265+ year-old rum distillery offers an authentic and multi-sensory experience that includes an interactive, guided tour through the history of the estate, a guided tasting and even a jerk pit for a bite to eat.
This annual weeklong event happens in July and is the largest concert festival in Jamaica. Featuring a variety of Jamaican reggae artists, it has also put on shows by some pretty big names in the music business, including Rihanna, Usher and 50 Cent.
This annual, weeklong event is held in January. Encompassing a range of music genres, it is hosted in a variety of venues around the island. Past acts have included the likes of John Legend, Alicia Keys, Al Green, Diana Ross and more.
Ocho Rios’ star attraction, these beautiful cascading falls extend some 180m. Spend the day going from one refreshing pool to the next. There’s a craft market at the top if you’d like to take home a souvenir. Recommended for 7 years old and up.
This Jamaican outfitter offers everything from horseback riding and jeep safaris, to ATV tours and a White River kayaking adventure. With something to suit every age and stage, it is your go-to company for fun in the sun.
Jamaica’s longest river, it is home to crocodiles, mangroves and lots of exotic birds. Your guide will explain the local ecology and wildlife along the way. You’ll also pass by the beautiful YS Falls, which boasts a 7-tiered cascading waterfall.
With locations in Montego Bay and Ocho Rios, this is the perfect place to swim and interact with dolphins, sharks and stingrays in their natural environment. You’ll also see exotic birds, snakes and iguanas, and camels too!