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WATER ACTIVITIES

There are many watersport activities to take your vacation to another level such as:

Snorkeling which is a great way to explore the coral reefs of Jamaica and get up close to the many species of fish, plants and microorganisms that live under the sea.

Parasailing Try your hand at parasailing where you will be rewarded with breathtaking bird's eye views of the crystal clear water below, the beautiful coral reefs, lust tropical coastline and the beautiful mountains beyond. Para sailing provide great airborne thrills that is a relatively relaxing and a peaceful pursuit. Dives in Ocho Rios:

Deep Sea Fishing Deep Sea Fishing on Jamaica's North Coast is generally good year round. Your experienced captain and crew will take you out to the best sport fishing grounds in the deep blue waters. Become Anglers for the day waiting on the big catch of Blue Marlin, White Marlin, Dolphin, Kingfish, Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Barracuda, Red Snapper, Grouper, Bonita, Shark, Green Jack, Yellow Jack, Jackfish, Tarpon, Tuna or the Yellow Tail Fish to bring you the thrill of a lifetime.

Scuba Diving The pristine clear blue warm water of the Caribbean Sea is the perfect for those you wish to scuba dive. The underwater world is filled with plenty of colour that will please your eyes and soothe your mind. Swim around the coral reefs and rocks where you will see a bounty of colorful fishes moving around in flock.

Sailing/Cruising Another way to explore this beautiful Island is by taking a tour along the shoreline in a catamaran sailboat with experienced sailing veterans who will give you plenty of information about the beautiful coral and marine life in the Caribbean.

Rafting   Bamboo rafting in Jamaica originated on the Río Grande, a river in the Port Antonio area. Jamaicans had long used the bamboo rafts to transport bananas downriver; decades ago actor and Port Antonio resident Errol Flynn saw the rafts and thought they'd make a good tourist attraction, and local entrepreneurs quickly rose to the occasion. Today the slow rides are a favorite with romantic travelers and anyone looking to get off the beach for a few hours. The popularity of the Río Grande's trips spawned similar trips down the Martha Brae River, about 25 miles (40 km) from Mo'Bay. Near Ocho Rios, the Great River has lazy river rafting as well as energetic kayaking.