What to do on a rainy day in Jamaica
Jamaica’s natural beauty and tropical temperatures make it the perfect holiday destination, however, on the rare occasion, there is rain. These showers are usually heavy and can last for a day or two. Luckily at Couples Resorts, there is always something to enjoy whatever the weather may be. Here are some suggestions of what to do on a rainy day in Jamaica.
A rainy day in Jamaica is just another excuse to indulge in a bit of self-care. Enjoy exclusive treatments or a variety of massages that soothe away any lingering tension. Try our famous detoxifying seaweed wraps with moisture-rich body scrubs and poultices, all the while letting the sound of the rain lull you into a deep and abiding state of bliss. Visit the salon and you and your loved-one can treat yourselves to manicures, pedicures, hair styling, hair conditioning, waxing and hot towel shaves.
Have dinner indoors by candlelight.
What to do on a rainy day in Jamaica? A rain shower is just the right opportunity to enjoy some great food. The restaurants at all four resorts create an intimate ambience for two, under candlelight, serving the finest cuisine made with fresh local produce. From the celebrated island flavours of Oteheite to the Mediterranean delights of Heliconia and Asian-inspired delicacies of Lychee, the collection of restaurants sparkles with culinary originality.
Go to the Gym
If you are really motivated, you could visit the gym. At Couples Resorts there are state-of-the-art fitness facility features that are ideal for all levels. Try the high-tech cardio machines including treadmills, ellipticals and stationary bicycles. There is also a wide range of weights, as well as a full menu of aerobics, spinning, pilates, meditation, and yoga classes taught by a team of certified trainers.
4. Visit a museum – What to do on a rainy day in Jamaica
If you really want to go out, how about going over to the Kingston Bob Marley Museum — the artists’ former home. As this tour is inside so you can explore his recording studio and living quarters while the rain continues to fall. A video documenting Marley’s life and dedication to the Rastafari movement concludes the tour. A visit to this museum is a ‘must’ regardless of the weather.
Embrace the downtime with your loved-one
With so much to do at Couples Resorts, you may not consider taking time out together. Enjoy the simple things. Sleep in and listen to the sound of rainfall – it is one of the most soothing experiences. Do what you rarely have time to do at home. Curl up together in one of the living areas and simply hang out.
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