Rio Ocho Rios is Jamaica’s newest all-inclusive resort, a great choice for all Jamaica inclusive vacation packages if you are the kind of traveler who enjoys modern amenities and fresh architecture and landscaping. Rue Ocho Rios is a fantastic hotel with huge accommodation in 84 আব6 rooms, guests can expect a background of anxious activities for your holiday.
Jamaica All Invisible Resort
Rio Ocho Rios is located on a scenic strip of Jamaican beaches in an area famous for its beautiful rainforests and waterfalls. The lines of white sand and the front of the hotel and the sea and the lamps accentuate the paradise-like view of the Jamaican green resort. Of the suites at Rio Ocho Rios, 371 are tagged as “exclusive deluxe rooms” and are provided with hydro-massage tips or jacuzzis.
Rio hotels describe Oko Rios as the perfect hotel for weddings or honeymoons, with huge conference facilities, dining options and breathtaking sea views.
What to do in Rio Ocho Rios
For nature lovers or leisure people trying to enjoy some of the tropical scenery while enjoying some tropical views, Ryu Ocho offers several amazing natural attractions within 5 miles of the Rios resort grounds.
Chukka Cove: It offers beautiful farm and stable equestrian rides that accommodate both beginner and expert riders. They deliver some awesome mountain bikes through the beautiful Jamaican Mountains, down to a white sand beach and a sea sink!
Cranbrook Flower Forest: This is a very beautiful park which is great for picnics or a great trip along the Loughlands Great River, which has climbed to the point of a spectacular waterfall.
Dolphin Cove: This natural dolphin cove helps leisure swimmers swim with dolphins and other aquatic animals while exotic birds and lizards hang out in the rainforest around the water.
Dans River and Falls: A tourist অবশ্যই of course, this waterfall network can be climbed by guide tours. Get ready to get wet!
Water sports in Rio Ocho Rios
Lots of cool water activities are available on or near the hotel grounds. Some of the popular scuba dives include the Wreck of Catherine, a 50-foot dive of a sunken 150-foot minesweeper, and a 40-foot dive with Jacques Hole, a huge array of coral reefs. There are plenty of fishing and boating options around the resort grounds.
Nightlife in Rio Ocho Rios
Most of the night club takes place on the grounds of the original resort but there is also a great end of James Street known as the Reggie Strip. This strip serves cool eclectic restaurants and clubs together with the ever-popular nightspot, “Jamaican Me Crazy”.
Dining in Rio Oko Rios
A total of 13 bars and restaurants line the resort grounds for hours at the tourists’ choice. Cooked food and world cooking for travelers from the Rastafarian Swim Up Bar to Sir Richard’s a la carte gourmet restaurant. There are several dining options but a sports bar, reggae pool bar and outdoor beach restaurant provide guests with a cozy dining environment.