The stunning Blue Mountains are named for the mist that covers them and appears blue from a distance.

Float on bamboo rafts and hear the story of Martha Brae, a legendary Arawak witch who led Spanish treasure seekers to a watery death.

Electric blue water and a lush jungle surrounding make a dip in the cool blue hole a must.

Hike to Mayfield Falls, hidden deep in the heart of the Negril jungle and bask in the gorgeous waterfalls.

Ancestors of the maroons fiercely preserve the recipe and cook and serve from traditional drum grills.

Stroll along this legendary stretch known for calm waters, welcoming cafes and the occasional cliff to jump off!

Colonial splendor with a bit of irie and “all right”–that’s the magic of Jamaica, the third most populous English-speaking country on our side of the world, after Canada and the U.S. But with music as the island’s second language, does the first even matter to the millions of travelers that visit every year? Watch this Someday Getaway and decide for yourself!