Located just 14 miles from Kingston, Hellshire is famously known for its low hills, white sand beaches, limestone caves, salt ponds, scrub and cactus.
Places to visit in Hellshire
Fort Clarence Beach: very popular beach with locals and visitors from all walks of life. On most weekends you are sure to get some good entertainment from music shows and the noted bodybuilding contests. Security is always surveilling the grounds, lifeguards are available. You can get to taste authentic Jamaican food either at the restaurant or the snack shacks on the beach front, and you can enjoy Jamaica's red stripe beer at the bar.
Hellshire beach one of the Jamaicans favourite beach, always crowded on holidays. (avoid going there on a holiday, the vendors charge extra money for any items you might purchase) There are several shacks packed with drinks that you can purchase, you can even pick your choice fish or lobster and have it prepared to your taste.
You are sure to get a belly full of laughter from comical entertainers, while dancing to beat of the sound box playing all era of music.
Or you can saddle this horse and ride up and down the beach front.
Two Sisters Cave: They are estimated to be 200,000 years old and represent the final stage of a geological process called limestone cavern collapse. The water is crystal blue and the cave is inhabited by tiny swallows. the roof of the larger cave has two rock extrusions that resemble human faces.