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Ocho Rios Hotel & Travel Guide

Ocho Rios might not have the eight rivers that its name suggests, but this town on the northern coast of Jamaica has just about everything else. From cascading waterfalls to a wide variety of fauna and flora, Ocho Rios is one of the most beautiful vacation destinations in the world. That's why this town has gone from a sleepy fishing village to a popular tourist destination and port of call. Book one of the many hotels in Ocho Rios so you can experience an enthralling Jamaican vacation.

h4>Out and About in Ocho Rios

Ocho Rios is a place where you can literally swim with the dolphins. Head to Dolphin Cove and swim alongside dolphins, snorkel with stingrays, and check out the shark show. If you want to stay in the area, you can find deals at hotels near Dolphin Cove. The Blue Hole has beautiful waterfalls you can jump from, or you can head over to the White River for a casual float. If you want an extreme experience, race down Rainforest Bobsled Jamaica at Mystic Mountain. Scuba diving is big in Ocho Rios, and James Bond Beach was featured in the movie "Dr. No" and is a popular concert venue. All of the best attractions are nearby you when you stay at Ocho Rios hotels.

Eating and Drinking

Eating in Ocho Rios means enjoying a taste of the islands, especially the jerk chicken. If jerk chicken is a little too hot for spice buds, you can always cool down your pallet with some island plantains and black beans.

Now is the best time to enjoy the island vibes of Ocho Rios, and Travelocity has the the best deals on cheap hotels and resorts in Ocho Rios, so book your trip to one of the Ocho Rios beach hotels today.