Jamaica Cliff Diving
While both a recreational and competitive sport, the beauty of Jamaica cliff diving is that it can take place in any form and in any place as long as the necessary safety precautions are taken. As the least complicated extreme sport without needed equipment, cliff diving dates back to 1770, when King Kahekili, the last king of Maui, leapt from a 63-foot cliff and was nicknamed the “birdman.”
Sitting atop honeycomb cliffs thrown up from the ocean depths due to volcanic activity, the Caves, located in Negril, is the perfect spot for cliff diving. The cliff walls of this Jamaican resort not only serve as a veritable museum of ancient fossilized marine life, but also as a cliff diving site. When visiting Jamaica, make sure to go cliff diving and stay at The Caves, it is an experience of pure relaxation, comfort and rejuvenation.