They are of international repute and have been seeing visitors since the 18th century. Situated on 25.9 hectares of the island’s beautiful North Coast. The central feature of this natural attraction is the large labyrinthine limestone cave with its numerous rock formations, its stalactites, stalagmites and abundance of overhead ceiling pockets.
Take a journey into underworld charm, a speleologist’s dream, a green cavern of mystery and adventure, a slice of Jamaica’s history. The original inhabitants, the Arawak Indians (Tainos) used the caves for various purposes. Proof of this is evident in the multiple fragments of pottery and artifacts that are unearthed from time to time.
The Green Grotto Cave is 1,525 metres long and 12 metres deep and is characterized by numerous chambers and light holes and a subterranean lake.