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Fishing boats cast off on Jamaica's famous Treasure Beach. The beach stretches 6 miles along the island's southern coast.
Not afraid of heights? Try cliff diving along the Negril coast.
The Great House at Prospect Plantation near Ocho Rios dates to the early 18th century. Today, tourists can stroll the grounds on horseback, camelback, and bicycle.
Located near Montego Bay, the Great House of Rose Hall Plantation is said to be haunted by Annie Palmer, a former mistress of the house who was said to have practiced voodoo.
Relaxation more your style? What about taking a nap on this beach bed on Negril Beach?
Take a dip in the pool around Y.S. Falls, located on the south coast of Jamaica. Up for an adrenaline rush? You can also go ziplining in the park.
Are you a fan of the legend? The Bob Marley Museum and Mausoleum is a must-see in Kingston, Jamaica.
Jamaica's Port Royal is known today as more of an archaeological site than a commercial center. Sinking under the waves in an earthquake, it is known as "the city that sank."
Devon House, sitting on 11 acres of property in the middle of Kingston, was owned by Jamaica's first black millionaire, George Stiebel.
Dunn's River Falls, located near Ocho Rios, is one of the most famous tourist sites in Jamaica. Visitors can actually climb up the tiered falls on foot.
Ocho Rios isn't only known for its beautiful white beaches and sparkling blue waters: it was also used to shoot the 1962 James Bond film "Dr. No."
Is this love, or is it just the beautiful sunset over Montego Bay?