Southeast Coast attractions

Waterfall in Morant Bay

Reggae Falls

These falls, created by the Hillside Dam, make an attractive swimming hole. Drive from Morant Bay through Seafort to get here, then walk along the river by the Morant River bridge to get here. It's great with a grou…
Historic Building in Morant Bay

Courthouse

Port Morant’s courthouse was rebuilt in limestone and red brick after being destroyed in the 1865 rebellion and burned down again in early 2007, its ruins standing defiant behind an empty plinth that once bore an Ed…
Monument in Morant Bay

Stony Gut Monument

This marker, commemorating Bogle’s birthplace, stands opposite the Methodist church, 8km inland at the tiny hamlet of Stony Gut. His great-grandson Phillip Bogle is buried behind the marker. A second marker was erec…
Lighthouse in Bath

Morant Point Lighthouse

Bath is the gateway to Morant Point, a peninsula that juts into the Caribbean Sea. Cast in London and erected in 1841, the 30m-tall, red-and-white-striped Morant Point Lighthouse marks Morant Point, the easternmost …
Gardens in Bath

Bath Botanical Garden

At the east end of town is an old limestone church marking the entrance to a somewhat rundown horticultural garden established in 1779. Many exotics introduced to Jamaica were first planted here, including the famou…