Germaican Hostel

Port Antonio, Jamaica

Germaican Hostel

Hostel, 6-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

Hostel
Shared
Breakfast Included
Beach
6-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room

gps Ken Ramsey Drive 1, Port Antonio, Jamaica

Germaican Hostel is set in the tropical forest just 1.9 miles outside Port Antonio. This hostel offers private rooms and beds in shared dorms, all with free WiFi and amazing jungle views. Germaican Hostel you will find a shared lounge, a vending machine and lush gardens. The property offers free parking and shuttle services. Port Antonio town centre and beach are just a 10-minute drive from the hostel. The Blue Mountains National Park is around 24.9 miles away, while Kingston city centre is within 59 miles.

Reviews

The hostel has an awesome view over Port Antonio (and the stars at night look incredible). The beds were super comfy and the breakfast was always really fresh and delicious. I had a great stay here.

The view is fabulous and the location on the top of the hill accessible through the forrest is just perfect for travellers. It is a destination of its own. Guys owning and running the place are super relaxed and always helpful and knowledgeable in local stuff.

Port Antonio

Port Antonio is a city on Jamaica’s northeast coast and the capital of Portland Parish. It’s known as a gateway to nearby tropical jungles, mountains and waterfalls. In the John Crow Mountains, Reach Falls flows into a river pool. Near Hope Bay, Somerset Falls flows on the grounds of a former plantation. In the east, the Blue Lagoon is known for its blue waters, fed by the Caribbean Sea and underground springs. The city’s many beaches include Winnifred Beach, where a reef attracts snorkelers. Boston Beach has surf-friendly waves, along with eateries specializing in jerk dishes, a seasoning style said to have been created here. Central Market Square is home to the Port Antonio Courthouse and several stalls selling produce and crafts. East of the city center lie the ruins of the Folly Mansion, a grand home built in the early 20th century by Alfred Mitchell, a wealthy American. Nearby is the red-and-white-striped Folly Point Lighthouse, built in the late 1800s and surrounded by coconut trees.