17 Eye-Popping Pictures of Jamaica We Can’t Get Enough Of

04/04/2022Tom Spruce

We bet these pictures of Jamaica will have you salivating at the thought of exploring the island.

Pictures of Jamaica
These pictures of Jamaica will leave you wanting more. Photo by Yves Alarie on Unsplash

When it comes to naturally stunning scenes, these pictures of Jamaica will leave your jaw on the floor. 

It’s a fact about Jamaica that the island is the third-largest in the Caribbean. However, it’s also a fact that alongside the amazing beaches you can also explore tropical jungles, cultural towns, and beautiful scenic views.

Jamaica’s not just a pretty beach you know! And, hopefully, these snaps will showcase the true beauty of this bountiful island. 

But, first, why don’t we give you three more pics free of charge. 

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These Beaches are Crazy!

Although we said there’s more to the island than just beaches, we think everyone’s in agreement as to where to start this visual feast. 

Jamaican beach
There aren’t many finer places on earth for incredible beaches. Photo by Andrew Coelho on Unsplash
Boat in the shallow water of Caribbean
Go bobbing along the coastline in a local vessel. Photo from Pixabay.
Beach in Jamaica
It’s easy to see why so many people flock to Jamaica. Photo by Kevin Wenning on Unsplash

Tropical Inlands 

As you move further away from the coast in Jamaica, the scenery starts to turn more rainforesty. 

Man cycling passed a man standing outside a shop in Negril, Jamaica
Get on yer bike! Hire a bike and visit local towns to get a real feel for Jamaican life. Photo by Rock Staar on Unsplash
View from the Blue Mountains in Jamaica
But you might struggle to cycle up the Blue Mountains, but the view is spectacular. Photo by Yves Alarie on Unsplash
Dun River Falls, Jamaica
Catch a magical waterfall. Photo from Pixabay.

Grab Some Grub

Getting into some local cuisine should always be high up on your list of things to do in Jamaica. The ingredients here are super fresh and always delicious. 

But don’t just take our word for it, check out the dishes. 

Authentic outdoor cooking in the Caribbean
Try a delicacy cooked in an authentic fashion. Photo from Pixabay.
Vibrant kebabs
Caribbean food is vibrant in Jamaica. Photo from Pixabay.
Caribbean food
Authentic Jamaican food is designed to sparkle on your palate. Photo by Gabre Cameron on Unsplash
Ackee and saltfish with dumplings
Saltfish and ackee is a staple of the local cuisine. A must-try! Photo by Gabre Cameron on Unsplash
A man preparing fresh coconuts
Fresh coconuts are always a must on the island. Photo by Kevin Sanon on Unsplash

Things to do

In addition to the above, we couldn’t visit Jamaica without talking about incredible activities. There’s a whole universe of excursions to book in Jamaica, here’s just a flavour of them. 

Golf courses in Jamaica
There are a plethora of options if you’re looking to play golf in Jamaica, the island is a sporting hotspot. Photo from Pixabay.
People enjoying a day at the waterfalls in Jamaica
Dunn’s River Falls is always another option for a great day out in Jamaica. Photo from Pixabay.
People shopping at a market in Jamaica
…or take a dive into the culture of Jamaica and shop at the local stores. After all, it does help with the local businesses and sustainability. Photo by JR Harris on Unsplash

Special Sunsets 

The special times don’t stop when the sun goes down. 

Ships on the Caribbean Sea at sunset
Jamaica just gets more special as the sun goes down. Photo from Pixabay.
Two children playing in the Sea at sunset in Jamaica
Imagine ending every day playing catch in the Caribbean Sea! Photo from Pixabay.
A boat on the horizon at sunset in the Caribbean
Check out all those colours. Photo from Pixabay.

Put Yourself in the Picture

If all those incredible pictures of Jamaica have left the island living rent-free in your mind, why not get out there. 

Click the button below and we’ll tell you all about 4 Jamaican resorts that even TripAdvisor is raving about. 

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