1. Tacky Falls

Sitting close to Jamaica’s north coast in the parish Saint Mary, Tacky Falls is a stunning 200-foot high waterfall in the middle of the jungle.

It is the most non-commercialized waterfall on the island and it’s very likely that if you make it there, you’ll be alone for the day.

Be prepared for a hike to get to this out-of-the-way waterfall. There are no signs, no footpaths, and many hazards along the way. But in the end, you’ll be rewarded with the magnificence that is Tacky Falls.