One of the most famous Bond film scenes of all time is the moment when Ursula Andress strolls out of the sea in a bikini, singing a song about mangoes. It was filmed at Laughing Waters, also known as James Bond Beach, on the east of Ocho Rios in Jamaica. Charming waterfalls overlook a small but beautiful beach, offering some much-needed relief from the tropical heat. It's the perfect choice for visitors that would prefer a bit of activity at the beach but choose to avoid the crowds.
Ocho Rios is a popular tourist destination, given that Dunn's River Falls, which cascades down approximately 695 feet into the sea, and many popular beaches, like Puerto Seco Beach, are located there.
Three blind mice walked in the districts of Kingston, Jamaica. It is the largest English-speaking city south of United States. Jamaica became independent from British rule on the same year when the film was released.
In the late 1950s, the financial success of Fleming's James Bond series allowed him to retire to Goldeneye, his estate in Saint Mary Parish, Jamaica. A Goldeneye resort has been developed in the area.
Car chase scene with three blind mice was shot at Blue Mountains of Eastern Jamaica. The Blue Mountains are much more humid and cooler than the rest of Jamaica.