Jamaica's Most Romantic Hidden Treasures Sep 16, 2015 by Ashleigh (Awesome Escape Blogger)
Jamaica in and of itself oozes romance. From its lily-white sand beaches and impeccably crystalline waters to the sublime tropical greenery over its Blue Mountain. One cannot deny that there are a zillion and one places to go on the island for some alone time and memory-making. If you want to stay away from the insane crowds of tourists, take a look at these romantic hidden treasures in each critical region of the islands. Hit these spots and you'll have had a truly romantic Caribbean experience.
Secret Falls (The Blue Mountains/Montego Bay)
If traveling over the whole of Jamaica, there is no more accessible of a spot for swimming in a waterfall-fed lagoon than at Secret Falls. The water at this place is an otherworldly shade of green-blue, and there are plenty of opportunities to sneak off to your own little corner of the pond for deep conversation and playful splashing around. Not sure how to get there yourself? Barrett Adventures does a tour to the falls that includes a hike through gorgeous tropical mountain trails.
Just Natural (Negril)
There are a ton of eateries all over Jamaica that are ready and able to serve up some amazing Caribbean cuisine. But none come more talked-about than surf 'n turf restaurant Just Natural on the trails of Negril overlooking the sea. The most appealing features of the restaurant are the delicious food (of course) and its setting: the dining room is the tropical garden the eatery sits on. Let the sounds of exotic birds and the freshness of the open air and flora lull you into an epic and completely authentic Jamaican meal.
The Ocean Spa (Ocho Rios)
Located in Ocho Rios within the Jamaica Inn, the Ocean Spa has the most romantic couples' massage in the nation. Receive the most rejuvenating massage you could imagine while looking out over the Caribbean Sea. Turn the room into your own personal cabana and enjoy the experience for all it's worth. After all, when are you ever again going to receive a relaxing massage for two from a spa built into the rocks over Cutlass Bay?
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