The Blue Lagoon’s timeless glamour and exceptional setting make it one of Jamaica’s most prized destinations. The largest of the island’s spring-fed lagoons boasts a depth of nearly 180 feet – some claim it has no bottom – and blends tones of emerald, turquoise and sapphire. The mix of warm tidal and ice-cold mountain waters welling up from a mineral spring offers the perfect balance of soothing and invigorating restoration.
Swim, snorkel, get some rays and bath in the pristine mineral spring.
Jamaica’s Blue Mountain is a hiker's paradise and should be on everyone’s agenda if at all possible. Shrouded almost perpetually by mists that give Jamaica’s highest mountains their bluish color, the Blue Mountain range sprawls across the eastern portion of the island for a length of 28 miles and an average width of about 12 miles. They rise steeply in an area so compact that it is possible to drive from the coastal plains to an elevation of over 7,000 feet in less than an hour.
A long time favorite of pirates, royalty and celebrities, it’s a setting out of a dream. Play in the waves, sun yourself, take a stroll and enjoy the food and refreshments.
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We offer safe, comfortable diving without the usual complications of a large "cattle boat" operation. We are fully insured and licensed with the Jamaica Tourist Board. We have a staff of two Master Instructors and an experienced support staff.
Our dive tours depart the Errol Flynn marina at 10:30AM and we do two dives and return to port at approximately 2:00PM. We do not take more than six divers on a trip, and dives are arranged to complement each person's experience level.
Rafting on the Rio Grande dates back to the 1950s when celebrity, Errol Flynn, noticed banana farmers from the Blue Mountains strapping the fruits to bamboo rafts and floating them down the river to the wharf at Port Antonio, and thought his friends would enjoy a similar experience. Most visitors now leave Port Antonio listing rafting on the Rio Grande as their ultimate vacation treat.
Located along an uninterrupted stretch of natural coastline, Long Bay is one of the most dramatically scenic beachfronts in the Parish of Portland. It’s also the ideal backdrop for an afternoon of rest and revitalization. Surrounded by coconut palms and the Caribbean’s turquoise waters, Long Bay is as much a surfer’s paradise as it is a must-see oasis while in Jamaica. Visitors should, however, take caution while swimming, as the tide is sometimes quite strong.