Jamaica Experience
jamaica lighthouse
jamaica negril rose hall
Decorative Image

Historical & Cultural Sites Jamaica

Voted Best Luxury Hotel in the Caribbean TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards

Negril Lighthouse
The Negril Lighthouse is a must-see for any visitors on any vacation to Jamaica. Built in 1894, visitors can climb the 103 stairs to the top and experience some of the best views of the Caribbean.

Rose Hall
One of the most popular attractions in Jamaica is Rose Hall Great House, a former sugar plantation owned by Annie Parmer that overlooks the Caribbean Sea. A cruel slave owner during her time, the story goes that Annie’s ghost still haunts Rose Hall and can sometimes be felt while walking the halls of the old mansion.

Peter Tosh’s monument
One of the most influential musicians for reggae music, Peter Tosh’s monument is a must-visit and hidden treasure for reggae music lovers. More than just a monument, learn about the history of reggae and the influence that Peter Tosh had on expanding the genre to the rest of the world. Located in Savanna-la-Mar is the unfinished Savanna-la-Mar Fort that was originally built by the English colonialists and now forms a local swimming hole and busy daily market with vegetables, fish, and handmade crafts.

Appleton Estate
For rum imbibers, tours of Appleton Estate will be a welcomed treat. Learn about the history of the estate, how rum is made and aged, and finish the tour with a sampling of rum, Jamaica’s drink of choice.

Explore More Explore More
The Cliff Best Available Rate

The Cliff Best Available Rate

Book our Best Available Rate!

 

 

10% Cliff Savings (Non-Refundable)

10% Cliff Savings (Non-Refundable)

Book your stay in paradise and claim this extra special 10% off our Best Available Rate! (Non-Refundable) Full payment is required at the time of booking, and the rate is non-refundable and non-transferable.