How to choose a Jamaican beach.
Jamaica has a variety of
beaches to choose from to choose you must know what you want and where to
find it. Jamaica is the answer. Jamaica has the beaches that feature the
traditional joys of pristine white sand and blue, blue waters, but also the
rough, craggy type of beaches. The latter Jamaican beaches are great if you
don't really like crowds. Some people go to Jamaica for the crowds because
they like the active social scene. A great example is Jamaica’s Doctor's
Cave Beach , in Montego Bay. This one is known as a classic Jamaican vacation
beach. It is about five miles long and covered with a fine white sandy beach
that borders clear, cool waters. It is likely to be crowded. Very popular.
Another example is
Cornwell Beach. Known for lovely, white sand. It is part of Montego Bay.
An example of the rough Jamaican beaches is
where some of the most wild, untouched areas by the sea can be found. Look
for craggy cliffs, amazing beauty, and lots of solitude – a favorite of
naturalists from around the world. Another rough beach is Jamaica Crane
Beach, by Black River, notable for the naturalness of its environment.
If you have a family, especially with young children, there are several
beaches in Jamaica. These are known for their gentle waters that lack the
strong currents and undertows found in other areas, making swimming safer
for children. Some of the best are the Jamaica
Walter Fletcher Beach in Montego Bay,
Jamaican San San Beach in Port Antonio, Jamaican Blue Lagoon Beach, which is
also in Port Antonio, and Jamaica Dunn’s River Beach, located in Ocho Rios,
fairly close to the famous waterfalls. For the Jamaican surfer in the
family, consider Boston Beach, where surfing equipment is easy to rent. And,
the beaches of Long Bay offer the most consistent waves in Jamaica. For
adventure, try Treasure Beach. But, while adventurous to the surfer, the
undercurrent can be strong.
And, those in search of beaches that combine the joys of sun, sand and surf
with an active social scene or party scene will certainly enjoy Frenchman’s
Cove in Port Antonio. Jamaican Seven Mile Beach in Negril is considered a
favorite place. Jamaica is quite possibly your answer. Jamaica is a lovely
island with about 200 miles of beaches. There are Jamaican beaches to suit
most every taste, from peaceful and natural surroundings to the pristine
white sands and full services of the resorts, from beaches perfect for
active Jamaican water sports beaches to known for their active social scene.
A little planning will help you to choose the best beach in Jamaica for you.
Study all the alternatives and make your choice wisely. And, wherever you
decide to go have a great Jamaican vacation.
Get Jamaica has links to several sites that offer advice and resources
for those interested in Jamaican travel. This Jamaican website contains
information you need to plan your Jamaican vacation wisely. Jamaica is
possibly the best Caribbean destination for the last decade and will remain
to be with its over 300 natural white sand Jamaican beaches.
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