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Explore Jamaica's heights and depths

Looking for an adventure that goes beyond the ordinary? Look no further than community tourism in Jamaica where you will have the chance to explore Jamaica's stunning natural beauty while engaging with the local community in exciting and unique ways. From hiking through the mountains and lush rainforests to discovering caves used by runaway Maroon slaves, our community tourism adventures offer a one-of-a-kind experience. Savour authentic Jamaican cuisine cooked over a slow-burning wood fire, and even enjoy a relaxing massage in the natural jacuzzi of a cool river. Experience the excitement and wonder of Jamaica and make a positive impact on the communities you visit.

  • c/o Jamaica Conservation Development Trust
  • 876 920-8278

The Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park (BJCMNP) will introduce you to spectacular scenery, and the wide array of wildlife that calls it home. The Park comprises 100,000 acres of tropical montane rainforest, and is often referred to as "the lungs of eastern Jamaica." The…

  • Wakefield
  • (876) 370-2864

Get off-the-beaten path and into adventurous fun, tasty local food and authentic rural culture. Learn about Taino, Maroon and local heritage. Hike through brilliant green rainforest. Climb up to caves used by runaway Maroon slaves. Savor local foods cooked the traditional way…

  • Rockspring, Falmouth
  • (876) 393-6584

History, adventure and awe come alive as you discover one of the most pristine and culturally significant yet little-known part of Jamaica. You will learn how the Cockpit Country Maroon warriors used caves, camouflage and guerrilla warfare to defeat their British enemies. Come…

  • Holywell
  • 876 920-8278

Holywell is a world of verdant forests, brimming with life; panoramic vistas and silent clouds. This is relaxation at its purest. From your serene and lofty perch here in the Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park, it's hard to believe Kingston is only an hour away. Yet there…