The Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park boasts spectacular scenery, a wide array and wildlife and soothing serenity. Here you can embark on a 9.3 km (5.8 miles) invigorating hike through this UNESCO designated World Heritage Site, to Jamaica’s highest point at 2,256 metres (7,401 ft.). This intense 4-hour journey takes you past scenic vistas, showcases endemic birds and plants and ends in a stunning view of the island that is simply breath-taking. For a not so intense, but equally rewarding hiking experience, choose from the five nature trails at Holywell Park and enjoy the walk as a free-form stroll or a guided tour. Discover the exotic flora and fauna unique of this region and the tranquil peace that only nature affords.