Visit Hanover Parish

Hanover Parish is situated on the north coast of Jamaica and is known for its stunning beaches, lush tropical forests, and colorful culture. It's home to the popular tourist destination of Lucea, which boasts a unique 18th-century architecture and a vibrant farmers' market. There are also several other towns in Hanover such as Green Island, Williamsfield and Sandy Bay.

The parish has plenty of attractions to offer visitors including Dolphin Cove Jamaica- an interactive swimming beach where visitors can swim with dolphins; Negril Cliffs -a beautiful stretch of cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea; Mayfield Falls -a series of waterfalls surrounded by lush vegetation; Martha Brae River Rafting Adventure -an exciting ride down the river in bamboo rafts; and many more outdoor activities.

One interesting historical fact about Hanover is it was home to former Prime Minister Norman Manley who was born here in 1893. His birthplace - named Kensington House - still stands today as a national monument. So if you're looking for an adventure filled with history, culture, wildlife, beaches and great views then look no further than Hanover Parish!