Grab Your Camera: The 5 Most Instagrammable Spots In Jamaica
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Grab Your Camera: The 5 Most Instagrammable Spots In Jamaica

Jamaica
Nasha Smith
Nasha Smith Feb 5, 2021

If it wasn’t on Instagram, did it really happen? Although everything doesn’t need to be for public consumption, there are some special spots we stumble upon during our travels that are just begging to be shared with the world.

With its coral reef lined beaches, abundance of waterfalls, and majestic mountains, the Caribbean island nation of Jamaica is one destination that will have you pulling out your camera at every turn and keep your followers refreshing your feed.

Travel Noire is taking the guesswork out of your planning by sharing a few of the most Instagrammable spots on the island. 

1. Rick’s Café

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A trip to Negril is not complete without a visit to this Jamaican institution. It’s pure vibes. There’s a DJ spinning dancehall tunes plus a reggae band. And if the famous cliff dive is not your thing, the purple and gold sunsets are more than worth the visit.

2. Blue Hole

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The mineral springs on the west coast of Jamaica are an electric shade of blue that will absolutely pop in Instagram pics. It’s an undeveloped slice of nature with deep swimming caves along with therapeutic mud massages.

3. Dolphin Cove

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As the name suggests, there are friendly dolphins that you can swim and interact with. But there are also stingrays and sharks, as well as iguanas, multiple bird species, and snakes along the Jungle Trail Walk.

4. Mystic Mountain

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Up for a little high-flying adventure? Look no further than Mystic Mountain. Zipline, climb, and bobsled — yes bobsled — in the lush rainforest. Not an adrenaline junkie or thrill-seeker? A canopy ride will hit the spot and provide a most picturesque backdrop.

5. Seven Mile Beach

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We couldn’t close our list out without a visit to a Caribbean staple — the beach! But this is not just any beach. The famous Seven Mile Beach is all clear water and sand that stretches as far as the eye can see. Snorkelers and scuba divers can spend time exploring the coral reefs and underwater species. An underwater snap is definitely an attention grabber.

Related: Island Vibes: Jamaica’s 10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls