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 Port Antonio Tours

Port Antonio Portland


Welcome to Port Antonio Tours – Port Antonio is the capital of the parish of Portland on the northeastern coast of Jamaica, with a population of 1around 13,246 people. Portland has the island's third largest port, and is also famous as a shipping point for bananas and coconuts, as well as one of its most important tourist attractions, tourism being a major contributor to the town’s economy.

One popular sight in this area is the Blue Lagoon, Jamaica, which owes its color to its depth of 200 feet, other sights include the secluded Frenchman's Cove Beach, the ruins of Folly Mansion and the historic DeMontevin Lodge. The Rio Grande, Boston Bay and Reach Falls are also close by. In addition there is the Bay View Eco Resort located on a former Coconut Plantation and now is home to Tourist who visits weekly.

 Blue Lagoon – Port Antonio

Blue Lagoon Jamaica


The Blue Lagoon is a natural lagoon and situated  situated roughly seven miles east of Port Antonio. However if you are staying with us at Paradise Palms Jamaica Vacation Rental in Montego Bay, this is over 3 hours journey and is 128 miles away.  The deep lagoon was once thought to be bottomless but divers have since determined it's depth to be around 180 feet.

when you visit the Blue Lagoon you will notice that one of the the most striking feature about this lagoon is its mystical blue color which changes throughout the day, depending on the angle of the sun. A day spent by the Blue Lagoon can see the hue change from turquoise to sapphire to deep blue. When you go swimming in the blue lagoon, you'll be massaged by streams of warm water from the Caribbean Sea and refreshing jets of icy fresh water from the underground streams which feed the lagoon. Read More…

Rafting on the Rio Grande

Rafting On The Rio Grande

Port Antonio is a great place for a rafting tour down the Rio Grande. Rafting on the Rio Grande has became the most popular activity,  Experienced and knowledgeable guides will lead you down the river on a 33-foot long bamboo raft, enjoy a stop to cool down with a swim in the river or visit Belinda’s Riverside Canteen for an authentic, freshly made Jamaican cuisine, there are many exciting things to see on your rafting trip including the bird sanctuary.  Come enjoy the calm waters and lush vegetation.