Experience a part of Jamaica that most tourists never see. Drive over the Santa Cruz Mountain range through the heart of St. Elizabeth’s farmland.
Stop at the 1,750 ft. cliff at Lover’s Leap and get a bird’s eye view of the magnificent coastline and sea below.
Then it’s on to the secluded and quiet paradise of Guts River. Dive off rocks into cool crystal clear fresh water and snorkel among beautiful fish and underwater vegetation. Take a walk along a deserted beach to where the river meets the sea and the only company you will likely find on the beach are the sea birds.
All that exercise made you hungry? No problem, stop in Alligator Pond on the ride home and feast on fresh fish, lobster or crab at the famous Little Ochie Restaurant located right on the beach.