21 Photos That’ll Make You Want to Book a Flight to Jamaica Right Now

Jamaica celebrates her 56th Year of Independence from Britain today. While unfortunately I won’t be out enjoying the islandwide festivities, I’m still very much patriotic and thought it fitting to compile my favourite 21 photos of the island I’ve taken or published since the start of this blog. My compilation of Jamaica’s best spots is still a work in progress so of course, some very beautiful iconic spots may be missing from this blog post. Nonetheless, let’s enjoy Jamaica through my lens as I’ve seen it these past 19 months and if you’ve never been to Jamaica or are living elsewhere as an ex-pat or student, I’m sure you’re bound to want to book your ticket now! (Sorry, not sorry)

1. The rolling blue hills and lush greenery at the Lime Tree Coffee Farm in Blue Mountains, St. Andrew

views from lime tree farm 1

2. The up-turned egg carton topography of the Cockpit Country taken on my Appleton Rum Estate tour last month

this is cockpit country-appleton

3. The stately Georgian-style Devon House Mansion, on the grounds of which one can enjoy some of the world’s best ice cream (trust me, I’m not biased)

devon house mansion

4. Kwame Falls, an off-the-beaten-path treasure in the hills of St. Mary

kwame falls-near robins bay st mary

5. Stunning view of Robin’s Bay in St. Mary en route to Kwame Falls

overhead robins bay beach

6. The world-renowned Dunn’s River Falls in Ocho Rios

dunns river ocho rios jamaica

7. Stunning red-roofed barracks of the Newcastle Military Base

newcastle jamaica

8. Divine turquoise blue sea at the James Bond Beach

turquoise water-james bond beach

9. Larger-than-life street art at Fleet Street in Downtown, Kingston

larger than life street art

10. Stunning Salem Beach at sunset in Runaway Bay, St. Ann

waves breaking-salem beach

11. Rainforest paradise in Hope Bay, Portland. Somerset Falls


12. Down in the belly of the Green Grotto Caves

river at green grotto caves

13. Go jumping at Blue Hole, St. Mary/ St. Ann

jump at blue hole

14. Large free public beach in Runaway Bay, Flavour’s Beach


15. Overcast day at Lyssons Beach, St. Thomas


16. A cascade in the Hope River, Penfield, Gordon Town

3rd cascade

17. The beautiful Wag Water River which flows through the Castleton Botanical Gardens


18. Chinese Garden in the Hope Botanical Gardens


19. The delightful Reggae Falls in Hillside, St. Thomas


20. Sunrise above the clouds at the Blue Mountain Peak

sunrise blue mtn peak

21. Sorry, one does not simply share one photo of the Blue Mountain Peak. Thus, enjoy a few bonus photos of the Peak and the way down.

trig station blue mtn peak
Trig station marking Jamaica’s highest point above sea level

I hope you enjoyed this compilation as much as I enjoyed putting it together. Happy Independence Day my beautiful Jamaica! πŸ‡―πŸ‡²πŸ‡―πŸ‡²πŸ‡―πŸ‡²

‘Til next time. ✌🏽

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Rochelle | Adventuresfromelle

Adventures from Elle is a travel blog for locals & visitors who want to experience the best of Jamaica, one adventure at a time. The blog is curated by Rochelle Knight, a junior resident (M.D.) in internal medicine and published author. She began the blog in 2016 as a medical student & wants to see the world, starting with her home country. Purchase her book 'SIGHTSEE JAMAICA' on Amazon and join her in Jamaica!

13 thoughts on “21 Photos That’ll Make You Want to Book a Flight to Jamaica Right Now

    1. Same as how T&T is high on my list, much more now with so many Trini friends from 4 years and counting of UWI Mona. I can bounce from house to house during my vacay. πŸ˜… Thanks for stopping by and commenting Mikayla! Hope you get to visit Ja some day soon πŸ™‚ πŸ’•

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