A tropical climate breathtaking views, outstanding beauty, ecological and cultural diversity offering visitors a unique and authentic experience. Here at Green Castle Estate, we are lucky to have some amazing ecological sites to visit, from Jacks Bay Beach to the wild horses, Green Castle Cliffs, reservoir plus many other animals and birds.
If our 1,600 acre eco-resort, 20 miles of walking trails, forest, coastline and natural eco-beach aren’t enough, there are a wide variety of activities to keep your interest – and even better, all within a relatively short distance of Green Castle.
Are you a James Bond fan? Then why not plan a visit to Goldeneye, the place where Ian Fleming wrote the James Bond novels. Or Firefly – the home of playwright, Sir Noel Coward and his final resting place.
One of Jamaica’s top visitor attractions, Mystic Mountain Rainforest Park gives you the chance to take a ride in the Rainforest SkyExplorer, a state-of-the-art chairlift taking you to the top of Mystic Mountain, or bobsled through the Mystic Mountain rainforest or for those adrenaline-junkies, try Mystic Mountain’s zip lining experience taking you through its beautiful rainforest canopy. Located next to Mystic Mountain, is one of Jamaica’s most famous waterfalls, Dunn’s River Falls. This could be combined into your day trip.
One of the most popular things to do on Jamaica involves visiting the breathtakingly beautiful Blue Mountains. They are the longest range of mountains in Jamaica and from the summit, you can see both the north and south coasts of the island. Blue Mountain Peak is the island’s highest point at 2256m.
Visiting the Blue Mountains is often combined with visiting one of the coffee plantations within them. The towns of Hagley Gap and Mavis Bank are renowned for growing coffee and rely on the area’s rich soil. Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is grown in this area and is famous worldwide.
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