Top 10 Romantic Things to do in Jamaica


Top 10 Romantic Things to Do In Jamaica
Horseback Ride in the Ocean. 
There’s nothing that says romance more than riding side-by-side on horseback through the Caribbean Sea while holding hands.  
Raft on the Martha Brae.
Experience being steered lazily down the picturesque Martha Brae River on a bamboo raft for two, surrounded by lush tropical paradise and the relaxing sounds of the animal kingdom fluttering above and swimming down below.  
Stroll the Negril Beach at Sunset.
Negril offers up seven miles of powdery white sand and turquoise waters brimming with Jamaican culture. It’s the perfect spot to wander along and watch the sunset unfold as you’ve never seen it before.  
Have dinner at the Caves in Negril. 
This restaurant offers dining inside a cave by the sea and is lit up by hundreds of candles setting the mood for a magical night.  
Visit Lover’s Leap. 
Legend has it that two slaves plunged to their death from the cliffs high above when facing the threat of being separated. The spectacular views here stretch out for miles until the sea meets the sky.  
Zip line at Mystic Mountain. 
Nothing bonds you closer than experiencing an adrenaline rush together. Imagine flying through the air, zipping through tropical rainforests at the sensational Mystic Mountain. Cool off together with a slide into the pool with views of Ocho Rios and the Caribbean Sea down below.  
Feed Lovebirds at Dolphin Cove. 
There’s lots more to do at Dolphin Cove other than swimming with dolphins. Take a walk through the animal trail. You’ll have a chance to feel the Love Budgies that stick to one partner for their entire lives.  
Get Ice Cream at Devon House.
It makes the lists every year for Best Ice Cream Parlour. Get a double scoop cone and walk the historic grounds of Devon House in Kingston.  
Go to a Nude Beach. 
Dare to go there? Book a day pass at Hedonism in Negril or at Couples, or stay longer to enjoy a vacation in the buff.  
Climb Dunn’s River Falls. 
Check off this bucket list item together and leave with stories for the grandkids about making it to the top of this world-famous attraction. 

- by Monique Solomon