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What to see on the South Coast

Don’t miss the jewels of the South

The South Coast of Jamaica is known for being a natural paradise. Almost untouched, you’ll get a good idea of what life was like in early Jamaica; from trade routes to beautifully kept homesteads-turned-hotels.

South Coast Rum Festival

This event is a celebration of rum, food, and music, along with the South Coast region of Jamaica.

Calabash Literary Festival

A three-day festival of readings and music with other forms of storytelling folded in the mix, Calabash is earthy, inspirational, da... Treasure Tours on Ja SouthCoast Ltd

Treasure Tours on Ja SouthCoast Ltd will plan your trip from lodging facilities to South Coast tours and transportation.

Kaluga Kafe

Winner of the Parish Gem of St. Catherine at the 2015 Observer Focused Awards 

Bloomfield Great House

Bloomfield Great House is a 200-year-old Georgian-style coffee plantation main house built many years before the town of Mandeville ... Black River Heritage Walking Tour

A bustling shipping port in the 19th century, Black River was, at that time, one of Jamaica’s grandest and most modern towns.


Lacovia is the longest village in Jamaica, laid out for more than five miles on either side of the South Coast highway and the Black... Lovers Leap

Located east of Treasure Beach, Lovers Leap is a sheer 1700-foot cliff overhanging the sea.


A harmonious contrast between the old and the new, Manchester’s capital is a booming business centre set amidst rolling hills ... Morant Point

The Morant Point Lighthouse, an unmistakable red and white, 100-foot tall, 18-foot wide cast iron tower, was built in 1841.

Treasure Beach

Travelling on Jamaica’s South Coast, you’ll discover a treasure chest of coves and bays, where the Caribbean meets our s... Bubbling Spring Mineral Bath

The cool waters of Bubbling Spring will refresh you on your South Coast travels. 


Bluefields Beach Park is one of the most popular beaches among Jamaicans. On weekends and public holidays, the park comes alive with... Milk River

The town of Milk River is associated both with the river of the same name and the mineral spring also found in the area.


High in the Santa Cruz Mountains lies the sleepy town of Malvern, named after its counterpart in England, which is famous for the Ma... YS Falls

Boasting a magnificent seven-tiered cascading waterfall, YS  offers an expansive wading pool fed by underground springs.