Navy Island is a small (64 acres) island off the coast of Port Antonio in Portland Parish, Jamaica, formerly owned by actor Errol Flynn.
The island was once owned by movie pirate Errol Flynn and hosted many wild Hollywood parties. Until fairly recently, the Island has been maintained as a tourist resort, and attraction, with a club bar, beaches, water sports facilities, marina, wedding chapel, and African style cottages.
Because of its natural attractions, tourism has often flourished in the parish. Known for its ECO- Tourism and green mountains that capture the beauty of the Blue Mountain range.
Boston Jerk Centre
“Boston Jerk Centre in Portland is an area well known for its famous jerked foods, including chicken, fish, and pork. Jerked foods are foods made with Jamaican jerk spice”
An early film edition of the 1963 version of Lord of the flies was largely shot at Frenchman’s Cove; the 1990 remake by Harry Hook would be filmed largely at Frenchman’s Cove and Snow Hill. Rihanna filmed the video for her song ‘Man Down’ in various locations throughout the parish in April/May 2011.
This is where the river meets the Sea, a perfect spot for a Jamaican cuisine and a nice cold beverage of your choice.
Admission Fee US$10 per person
The world famous Blue Lagoon which is believed to be the crater of an extinct volcano. The lagoon is an almost landlocked cove with approximately 55m (180 ft) of water, perfect for snorkeling.
Blue Lagoon boat tour | 15 US dollar pp
Cruise on a Bamboo Raft hand-made by the Captain sailing on the Biggest River on the Island, stop off for a swim or take the opportunity to Captain your Raft on this tour.
US$85 US per raft which seats 2 Persons
Somerset Falls is located within a lush botanical garden and rainforest. The waterfalls are accessible by a non-motorized boat or a swim upstream.
Admission Fee US$ 15 per person
Boston Beach is a coastal community on the north coast of the island of Jamaica with a private beach which is one of the few beaches in Jamaica attracting surfers. It is located nine miles east of the town of Port Antonio
Admission Fee US$3 per person