Activities

Port Antonio is one of the most beautiful areas in Jamaica, and we dare say, in the world. Located in a tropical rainforest, Port Antonio gets a great deal of rain and many days there are intermittent showers which keeps the area lush, green and allows Mother Nature to showcase her best.

Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon is situated to the right (when facing the water) and is less than half a kilometer away. A great way to spend a few hours is experiencing the Blue Lagoon which got its name from its intense blue and green colors, which ranges from azure to...
Errol Flynn Marina

Errol Flynn Marina

Errol Flynn Marina has a designated helicopter landing area with parking for up to four helicopters. Coordinates are 18°10.7’N, 76°27.3′ W, Elevation, sea level. The landing area is located at the south end of West Harbour adjacent to the launching ramp....
Somerset Falls

Somerset Falls

A concrete path leads up the gurgling river to the back of the property. Along the way, small waterfalls trickle down the bushy hillsides and shady benches, where visitors enjoy a moment of tranquillity. The path ends at a deep river pond that entices...
Carriacou Gallery

Carriacou Gallery

Should your experiences and impressions animate your creative vein, you will find inspiration at the Hotel Mocking Bird Hills' own Gallery Carriacou where works of local artists are displayed. The gallery plays host to all forms of arts and crafts. Exhibition...
Winnifred Beach

Winnifred Beach

Just a mile on from the closed beach where Tom Cruise once juggled bottles in Cocktail, Winnifred Beach is one of the most appealing beaches in all of Jamaica. Located in the Fairy Hill community, Winnifred Beach is home to a delightful reef just offshore...
Reach Falls

Reach Falls

Reach Falls is one of the most amazing natural waterfalls that the island has to offer. It is peacefully situated amongst exotic virgin rain forest. This is truly beautiful setting. The water is cool, refreshing, and crystal clear. Vines hang and natural...
Pellew Island

Pellew Island

known locally as Monkey Island is equidistant to the left of Nautilus. The island is uninhabited and there are no monkeys on the island despite its nickname. Monkey Island is a safe and beautiful place to visit by kayak. There is a beautiful white sand...
San San Beach

San San Beach

Almost at the end of the strip to the west of Nautilus, San San is one of the more private beaches in the area, and one of the prettiest. A grouping of almond trees provides a welcome umbrella of shade while Monkey Island lingers on the horizon in mirage-like...
Rafting on the Rio Grande

Rafting on the Rio Grande

One of the most popular activities in Port Antonio is the 3 hour rafting trip down the Rio Grande river. Gentle currents down the river on a bamboo raft guided by one of the expert handlers is a great way to spend a romantic afternoon or a few hours bonding...
Massage on our balcony

Massage on our balcony

One of most simple and pleasure for those seeking relaxation and getting rid of stress is a massage on our balcony while being caressed by our gentle Caribbean breeze by Barbara Gingrich. A native of New Jersey, Barbara has lived in Jamaica for 26 years....
Yoga

Yoga

Mangal Jot Naur from Oneness Wellness Farm will visit Nautilus and take you on a wonderful journey through the world of yoga. Whether you are an expert or a novice, she will make you relax and become one with the beautiful world that is Port Antonio....
Port Antonio Walking Tour

Port Antonio Walking Tour

At the close of the 19th century, Port Antonio burst onto the international stage as the banana capital of the world. The boats that came to collect the “green gold” also brought hundreds of visitors to the scenic port. Quickly, the town became a rev...
Port Antonio Marlin Tournament

Port Antonio Marlin Tournament

For five decades, this tournament has attracted anglers vying to catch the biggest blue marlin. The late-fall date varies with the moon to appease superstitious sea captains. A canoe race and parties provide action for non-fishers. It's a fun, social...