Visit Saint Ann Parish

Saint Ann Parish is a part of Jamaica located in the north-central region of the island. The parish is home to some of Jamaica's top tourist destinations, including Ocho Rios and Dunn's River Falls. From pristine beaches to lush rainforests, Saint Ann has something for everyone looking for a Caribbean adventure.

The parish contains many historical sites such as Columbus Park and Seville Great House, both of which provide insight into the area's rich history and cultural heritage. Visitors can also explore Runaway Bay, one of Jamaica's oldest towns that was established by Spanish settlers in 1510.

In addition, Saint Ann Parish is home to Green Grotto Caves--a network of limestone caves that are believed to have been used by Tainos people as early as 1000 B.C. The caves were also used during colonial times by Jamaican rebels such as Sam Sharpe and his Maroons who sought refuge from slavery and British forces during the 1831 rebellion against slavery on the island.

Whether you're looking for an action-packed adventure or a relaxing getaway, Saint Ann Parish has something for every traveler!