Best Ways To Enjoy Nature In Jamaica

Best Ways To Enjoy Nature In Jamaica

Jamaica is an island nation of the Greater Antilles. Nature is one of the incredible things here. The most attracted area in Jamaica is obviously its miles of coastline and visitors form a group to white sand beaches around the island; it gives them relaxation, natural beauty, water sports and parties. The next wonderful nature in the island is its seven mile beach that is located in Negril. It is well thought-out as one of the most beautiful beaches all over the world. This article depicts the nature of Jamaica as below.

Treasure Beach

When the visitor needs a more calm and peaceful area should move to south coast’s Treasure beach. It offers a set of silent fishing villages on six miles of shoreline which consists of Billy’s Bay, Frenchman’s Bay, Calabash Bay and Great Bay. Treasure beach has its fame for its snorkeling, surfing and swimming for the friendly residents where most of them are farmers or fishermen. This area is said as a “desert coast” since it gets the lowest amount of rainfall and the vegetation is also dissimilar when compared to any other places in Jamaica.

YS Falls

YS Falls is situated on the south coast. It is a series of seven waterfalls in a tropical forest. The falls possess the shortest place name in all of Jamaica. The portions of it are open for swimming. Somerset Falls in Port Antonio and Mayfield Falls in the Glenbrook district has two falls and 21 mineral pools. This welcomes guests to YS Falls.

Green Grotto Caves

The Green Grotto Caves has striking limestone stalactites and stalagmites. The Green Grotto Caves gives a good trip for visitors who need a break from the sun. The caves have supposedly provided as a shelter for the Arawak Indians who were early Jamaican residents, a place of protection for runaway slaves and a hiding place for arms dealers.

Bluefields Mountains

A walk through the Bluefields Mountains pays for sightseers spectacular views of Bluefields Bay. It also provides a chance to take in some of Jamaica’s 250-plus species of birds who call the island home that includes 27 that are found only on Jamaica. Among the plant species of the Bluefields Mountains is the Chusquea abietifolia, a bamboo. It blooms its flowers only once every 33 years and is due for its next bloom in 2017. A bird that nests in the ground instead of in trees, varieties of rare yellow snakes and the Giant Swallowtail butterfly are the great impacts of this Bluefield Mountains.

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