Renowned across the globe for its biodiversity, Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park covers 495.2 km² and accounts for 4.5% of Jamaica's land surface. They were collectively designated a mixed (cultural and natural) UNESCO World Heritage site in 2015.


Offering an enchanting world comprising crisp, clean air, lush terrain, and vibrant wildlife, the Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park is Jamaica’s only national park and includes Jamaica’s highest point – the Blue Mountain Peak at 2,256 meters. With over 15 kilometers of hiking trails, the largest butterfly park in the western hemisphere, a plethora of flowering plants and birds, as well as innumerable waterfalls, the park is an absolute haven for nature-lovers.

While visiting the national park, one can explore and enjoy in three recreational areas- Holywell, Portland Gap, and the Blue Mountain Peak Trail.


12:00 PM - 11:59 AM

Good to know

  • It is recommended to wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes. Also carry a bottle of water, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a light jacket.


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