While its dazzling white sand beaches are not much different from those you will find on a dozen other Caribbean islands, Jamaica’s remarkably dense tropical landscape and soaring Blue Mountains with their perfect coffee growing terrain has far more than the sun ocean and sand to recommend it as a cruise destination. Jamaica has more than 100 rivers plunging and tumbling from their mountain sources on their way to the sea, miles of hiking and equestrian trails and jungle canopy tours to appeal to the most adventuresome cruise enthusiasts. This is why booking a Jamaica Cruise Shore Excursion while on your cruise in Jamaica is a great adventure.
Jamaica’s beach resorts are of course its most popular tourist destination. Seven Mile Beach at Negril on the islands westernmost point is famous for its rugged cliffs and unforgettable sunsets. Negril however lacks a harbor so your sailing cruise ship will have to leave from one of Jamaica’s three ports of call.
Jamaica’s northern coast is where you find Montego Bay, Falmouth and Ocho Rios Piers, three of the busiest ports located in the busiest resort towns. And not to mention Jamaica’s hidden treasure, Port Antonio and last but not least, The City of Kingston.
Montego Bay Cruise Pier: Montego Bay is home to the “Hip Strip” formerly known as Gloucester Avenue where you will find plenty of shops restaurants and clubs. If you want a natural healing experience you could head for the mineral springs at Montego Bays Doctors Cave Beach.
Ocho Rios Cruise Pier: A more family friendly port of call is Ocho Rios cruise pier; Ocho Rios is home to one of Jamaica’s biggest craft markets along with an abundance of duty free shops and a generally more relaxed lifestyle. Perhaps the most stunning of all Jamaica’s three ports of call, however is the smallest one.
Port Antonio Cruise Pier: Port Antonio on Jamaica’s north east coast was in days gone by a magnet for Hollywood elite and the favorite hideaway for Errol Flynn. Now boast as the island hidden treasure with gems like Frenchman’s Cove, Blue Lagoon, Navy Island and many more exciting adventures.
Kingston City: Far removed from its three most popular ports of call is Jamaica’s capital city, Kingston, which is also the largest English speaking city in the Caribbean. Jamaica has a rather turbulent history beginning with its reputation for harboring pirates centuries ago. Kingston has much to see, visit the legendary “Bob Marley” Museum, Port Royal, Devon House and many more….
Plan your Jamaica Cruise Port Excursions today, the possibilities are endless, so much things to do and places to see, Jamaica is filled with fun and excitement, you will be amazed on the amount of fun you can have, Jamaica’s most treasured asset is its people, you will find one of the most friendliest people in the world, always ready to invite you in their hearts and homes.
To make the most of your trip and ensure total satisfaction, Jamaica Customised Vacation and Tours is a great place to book your Jamaica Cruise Shore Excursions, they are very experience in the field of excursions and tours from all cruise ports in Jamaica, www.jcvtt.com also provides a wealth of need to know information that will help to plan a great trip.