The Island of Jamaica has over the years developed a solid reputation as a travel destination of choice for international travelers, in 2017, Jamaica welcomed over 4 million combined stopover and cruise ship visitors, and this growth is expected to continue in 2018.
GREEN GROTTO CAVES
Ideally located on the North Coast of the beautiful island of Jamaica, between the resort centers of Ocho Rios and Montego Bay, Green Grotto Caves plays a major role in the island’s fascinating history.
They welcome hundreds of thousands of local visitors and tourists seeking adventurous activities year after year. The caves are believed to have once served as a dwelling place for the Arawak Indians (Tainos), Jamaica’s first inhabitant. They also served as shelter for ‘runaway slaves’ in the early 18th century.