Jamaica is a tropical playground with green foliage covered mountains, soft breezes, waterfalls, calm deep rivers, white sand beaches and cool retreats from the Caribbean Sun. Being the third largest Caribbean Island and the largest English Speaking, a variety of experiences are to be found throughout the island. Drifting down a lazy river on a raft made of bamboo, climbing the waterfalls of Dunn’s River, visiting historical plantation houses, pirate hide outs, working coffee and rum Plantations, or follow the history of the island and visit the Institute of Jamaica in Kingston.
In the realms of music and the arts you will not only find Reggae but also the National Dance Theatre and the Jamaican Folk Singers. Depending on the length of time you have to spend in Jamaica, you my decide to stay in one resort area and relax and visit nearby sights on day trips, or stay longer and tour part of, or the entire island. There’s a diversity of experiences, history and culture to enjoy on this beautiful Island.
Energetic, stunning and exiting, Montego Bay summons the hedonist, gourmet and golfer in all of us to come out and play. Montego Bay became famous among tourist who came for the healing waters of Doctor's Cave Beach. The numerous resorts and hotels are found on lovely beaches on the outskirts of town and the main strip- Gloustershire Avenue (The Hip Strip) is where you will find restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Outside 'MoBay' there are several splendid plantations and great houses reminiscent of a time when sugar generated great fortunes.
A vibe -carefree, cool and casual - teams up with mesmerising cliffs and miles of white sand, luring you into relaxation. Negril is not a place, but a state of mind. Located 90 minutes drive west of Montego Bay - Negril was once a remote haven known to very few and today enjoys a carefree atmosphere.
'Ochi' has all you need for an ideal Caribbean vacation: fun and excitement magically blended with rest and relaxation.
What better way to experience Jamaica than with the best reggae rhythms.
Kingston and the South Coast
Kingston is both cosmopolitan and historic and seems to beat with life on its own. With theatres, museums and the seat of Government, there is much to see and learn here.
The Blue Mountains
In the beautiful Blue Mountains you’ll find many hiking trails and discover ferns, palm, bamboos and a flourishing bird life.