Looking for picturesque locations across the world and not stopping at Jamaica would be highly concerning.

Ask for what you want, looming mountains, exotic beaches, dense rainforests and the likes, Jamaica has everything a traveller would want in paradise.

Bob Marley’s birthplace island nation is filled with so much beauty and attractiveness that you’d be disappointed you didn’t get to see some of the most photographed locations in the country.

With Instagram being a very popular social media app where you can post clicks from your trips, Jamaica might just be ruling the hashtag game on it.

Here are 7 Instagram friendly places in Jamaica:

1. Frenchman’s Cove, Port Antonio

Photo by Chaoleonard, CC BY-SA 3.0

Photo by Chaoleonard, CC BY-SA 3.0

White sand beaches are pretty popular in Jamaica, and Frenchman’s Cove is no exception to that. The quiet beach is an energising retreat where stunning hotels provide a brilliant view of the serene waves lapping against the shore.

One day might just not be enough to capture pictures here because Frenchman’s Cove provides some of the most picture worthy scenes. With its pristine and calming wates, you are sure to leave this place with wonderful memories.

2. Martha River Bay, Trelawny

Fancy some bamboo rafting over still water nestled between the rainforest? Martha River Bay in Trelawny is your best shot. The village of Marta Brae is a serene and refreshing location for some well-deserved relaxation, but you can also get some amazing pictures at the place.

Photographs of river rafting through the Martha River Bay in Trelawny have captured the hearts of millions of enthusiastic travellers on Instagram. You can take your own photos too!

3. Rose Hall, Montego Bay

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Photo by D Ramey Logan, CC BY-SA 3.0

Rose Hall is located in Montego Bay – Jamaica’s second largest city.

Amidst the naturally bountiful locations of Jamaica, this Gregorian mansion boasting of British colonial architecture is a legendary attraction.

Local myths believe Rose Hall to be haunted by the ‘White Witch of Rose Hall’ Annie Palmer, who murdered three of her husband’s inside the mansion.

Being a popular tourist destination, Rose Hall has  architecture that makes for some great Instagram photographs.

4. Seven Mile Beach, Negril

Photo by Gail Frederick, CC BY 2.0

Photo by Gail Frederick, CC BY 2.0

Negril is one of Jamaica’s most popular beach towns and for good reason. The Seven Mile Beach has waves of the prettiest clear blue crashing against a white sand shore.

The view of sunsets on this beach are nothing short of exquisite, and pictures of the mesmerizing attraction constantly emerge on Instagram.

The colours of the sun merged with the beautiful beach make it a place to capture the kind of photos that make others jealous.

5. Reggae Falls, St. Thomas

The locals of Jamaica refer to it as Damhead since the Reggae Falls were once dammed for a hydro-electric station. Reggae Falls is another one of Jamaica’s exotic waterfall locations that’ll leave any visitors mesmerized.

The water cascades down massive, looming rocks that make for various picture perfect moments. The view is positively immersive and can literally get lost in its beauty just by looking at photographs of it on Instagram.

You will surely take pictures that evoke envy if you visit this place!

6. The Blue Lagoon, Port Antonio

Photo by Chaoleonard, CC BY-SA 3.0

Photo by Chaoleonard, CC BY-SA 3.0

Whether you’re on your honeymoon or on a family vacay, the Blue Lagoon will possibly be on your list of places to see when in Jamaica.

The pristine, clear blue water of the Blue Lagoon in Port Antonio is an experience that should never be overlooked. Rich green forests surround the shimmering water that gives it a charm like no other, and makes it totally Instagram worthy.

A boat ride through the Blue Lagoon is highly recommended for any visitor and if you’re carrying a camera, that’s all the more reason to fill up your memory card with photos of the Blue Lagoon.

7. Somerset Falls, Portland

A swim in the serene water of the Somerset Falls will leave you absolutely refreshed and awakened during your trip.

The falls are settled within the confines of the rainforest, giving the grotto like location the qualities of being captured on camera. You’d be surprised at the different ways Somerset Falls takes the cake when it comes to being a photographable destination. The charming falls are located close to the Hidden Falls, which is another popular tourist spot in the Portland region of Jamaica.

 

Author Bio:

Rohit is an avid traveller and explorer, who shares experiences from his travels on Trans India Travel so others can visit the most popular as well as unseen locations of the world.  

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