The Blue Mountains of Kingston Jamaica are so named because of the blue tint in the mountain mist. The largest forest left standing in the Caribbean is home to some of the best coffee in the world and nature is losing the battle against commerce. The natural beauty and biodiversity of the region make it a favorite destination for hikers and eco tourists in search of the last great beauties of nature.
Hiking tours of the Jamaica Blue Mountains
Tour the Blue Mountains and climb to the highest point in Jamaica for breathtaking views and scenery in the lush Jamaican rain forest.
Holywell Recreational Park Hiking and Camping Trips
Spend the day hiking a number of trails in the area and see some of the best Jamaica forest on your way to the Waterfall. Spend some time by the campfire under the countless stars in the night sky above before you sleep the night away in your tent as we camp in the largest national park in the Blue Mountains.
Blue Mountain Road Trip
Spend the day and travel up and around the Blue Mountains by van and enjoy the beautiful surroundings as we stop at strategic spots for some great pictures and views of the mountains and valleys of the Blue Mountains. See the entire area and get an overview of mountain life and the wonderful beauty of this road trip.
Blue Mountain Camping and Peak Hike
Bring your camping gear and spend a few days hiking and camping in the Jamaica outdoors. If you’re really adventurous try the 4 hour hike from base camp at Whitfield Hall or Hagley Gap to the Blue Mountain Peak and witness the most beautiful view on the island from 7000 feet above sea level. Hiking to the peak of Blue Mountain is an extreme adventure and a lifetime achievement for many.
Blue Mountain Biking
Take an exhilarating ride down the Blue Mountain and meet the local people face to face as you stop on your downhill mountain bike ride for lunch and photo opportunities along the way.
Ocho Rios Fat Tyre Festival
See the phattest fat tire festival in North America with the Ocho Rios Jamaica Fat Tyre Festival from February 5th thru the 10th in Robins Bay St Mary Parish Jamaica.No tag for this post.