Devon House

One of Jamaica’s most celebrated historic landmarks, the Devon House Mansion is the architectural dream of Jamaica’s first black millionaire, George Stiebel. Having gained his wealth from gold mining in South America, Stiebel was among three wealthy Jamaicans who constructed elaborate homes during the late 19th century at the corner of Trafalgar Road and Hope […]

Dolphin Cove

In February 2001, Dolphin Cove opened its doors just across the road from Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios. Originally the Burrows’ family home, it was transformed into a three-acre marine park with initially four dolphins as the star attractions and since then, has undoubtedly risen to become the country’s leading tourism attraction. Just 4 […]

Kool Runnings

Kool Runnings is Jamaica’s premiere adventure park and provides the perfect mixture of entertainment and excitement for the entire family. The park is divided into two sections; the water park, featuring ten thrilling water slides, children’s interactive play area, leisure river, and wave pool while the Adventure Park includes paintball, outdoor laser kombat, go-karts, Jamboo […]

Port Royal

One of the oldest and most historic regions of the country, Port Royal has maintained much of its independence as well as its heritage. Once the enclave of pirates and other outlaws, there is still a strong seafaring tradition. Much of the old city, described in the 17th century as the “wickedest city in the […]

Hope Botanical Gardens

The Hope Royal Botanic Gardens (Popularly Referred To As “Hope Gardens”) Were Formerly Part Of Major Richard Hope’s Estate, One Of The English Officers Who Helped To Capture Jamaica From The Spanish In 1655; Major Hope (After Whom The Estate Was Named) Was Rewarded With A Parcel Of Land “Stretching From The Sea To The […]