Jamaica me happy – Top things to do

Jamaica reminds us of sun, reggae, white sands and good food, so vibrant colourful.  It’s a Caribbean treasure, not only because it’s home to our all time favourite – Bob Marley!

If you’re planning a timeshare holiday to Jamaican shores later this year, here’s our pick of the top things to do while you’re there.


Jamaica offers many outdoor activities for those who are up for the challenge.

Take a day trip to visit Mystic Mountain. A day spent up in the treetops with an exclusive canopy tour featuring zip lines and, for those who dare, even a bobsled through the foliage!

Or, book yourself in for an 11km rafting trip. We recommend a moonlit excursion where your guide will accommodate your every need (even stopping on the river bank to have a canoodle with your loved one!)


Food plays a big role in the local island culture. On a lazy Sunday morning, why not take a drive to Boon Hall Oasis – one of Jamaica’s best-kept secrets? From Stony Hill, take a wander through rows of vines and flowers to find yourself in an oasis of trickling streams and peace.

Dig into exotic foods, homemade and colourful. To fully indulge, head down the unmarked lane to Patrice’s restaurant where you’ll find home cooking with three daily specials a day featuring freshly caught fish and stewed pork, which many locals say are the very best in Jamaica.


 For us, Jamaica means reggae, and reggae means Bob Marley.

It would be unthinkable to visit Jamaica without visiting his famous home and studio in Kingston. A large wooden, authentic house filled with memories is the city’s most popular site, which now is home to a museum and shrine – it’s a must see.

Book into the hour-long tour and take a walk through his life with a ‘live’ concert of One Love to bring your Bob Marley tour to a perfect end.

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