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The Blue Mountains in Jamaica is a hiker's and camper's paradise. You have to see it to believe it. The flowers and flora, the birds and animals. If you visit Jamaica, the Blue Mountains is a must see.
12 Crofton | W Ford PO, Blue Mountains National Park, Jamaica
We visited the Blue Mountain peak area and coffee plantation as part of a much larger trip the same day. The duration of this trip from Kingston was half a day including transportation back to Montego Bay.
The peak area is not for those of...More
The journey to the start of the trail was a rough one. The roads were in very poor condition. The actual hike was fantastic! I loved every minute of it, even the ones when my knees felt like they were on fire. The hike is...More
I stayed @ O’Jay’s Guest House for 2 nights, about 3KM from the trailhead. I attempted the trek my first night solo with my headlamp & Jay’s dog. Took 2 dead ends, there is no signage at all where the road narrows into the trail...More
We took a cab from Kingston to Mavis Bank (35US$) and were planning to hike up from there and see how far we would get. The road is steep and there is not much to see. After about an hour we got to Hagley Gap....More
My wife and I had a nice time here but to be honest, we were a little underwhelmed. It just seemed like this was their tourist exhibit but since there was no activity going on, it seemed a tad staged.
But we had always wanted...More
Blue Mountain Peak was an awesome climb!! Gorgeous views throughout the climb of the mountains and coffee plantations. By close to the top we were in the clouds though so there was no hope of a view from the top. I was told that it...More
I hiked up part of the Blue Mountain with the best guide called Shaun (you can look at the pictures from his hikes and get in touch with him through his Instagram account : wanderlusttrailsja). He took us through the mountain through many different types...More
We walked from Whitfield Hall to the Blue Mountain peak during the day (not taking in sunrise or sunset) so we could enjoy the views and the wildlife. We saw hummingbirds and some interesting plants. The trail is very easy to follow (follow the road...More
Response from chicazondergrenzen | Reviewed this property |
If you wanna sleep in the blue mountains I would recommend to let the Guesthouse pick you up. Normally we always want to drive ourselves, but I'm happy we didn't this time. For Jays guesthouse we parked our rental car in the... More
If you wanna sleep in the blue mountains I would recommend to let the Guesthouse pick you up. Normally we always want to drive ourselves, but I'm happy we didn't this time. For Jays guesthouse we parked our rental car in the village Mavis Bank. (Google maps got lost some times, the free offline app 'maps.me' did work better). Jay picked us up with his 4x4. For hiking the Blue mountain peak you definitly don't need a guide. It's a clear path and you can't go wrong!
Response from Kambeckant | Reviewed this property |
Hi I'm sure there are several routes to the peak but there is a designated trail which is deemed the safest which is what the tour guides used with hikers. Yes there are cabins which comes at a cost for rental. Check on... More
Hi I'm sure there are several routes to the peak but there is a designated trail which is deemed the safest which is what the tour guides used with hikers. Yes there are cabins which comes at a cost for rental. Check on their website for the cost of renting the cabins.