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Jamaica: Bobsled and Dunn's River Falls Adventure Tour

1. Jamaica: Bobsled and Dunn's River Falls Adventure Tour

Your Jamaica bobsled and Dunn's River Falls adventure begins with pickup at your hotel lobby or cruise terminal. From here you will be driven in comfort on a scenic roadway to the adventure park. Once you are checked in for your tour, you will be greeted by your friendly guide who will secure you in the Sky Explorer chair to make your way up to your bobsled starting point. It will provide a great opportunity to take in the scenery of Ocho Rios, as you soar above the treetops on the skylift. It's now time for the main event, as you strap in and hold onto your hat for this wild ride. Inspired by the famous Jamaica bobsled Olympic team, your bobsled ride will see you whooshing down a 1,000-meter-long track installed into the side of the mountain. As you slide through the dense tropical landscape, you’ll be able to control the speed with a special handbrake, allowing you to slow down just enough to soak in the wonder of your vacation in the Jamaican rainforest. Next up will be a stop to the famous Dunn's River Falls. Each guest will receive a pre-purchased ticket to enter both the falls and park. Once inside the park, guests are put into groups and assigned a trained guide who will conduct a brief safety and introductory session before the climb up the falls. The boardwalk along the falls provides easy access for those who wish not to climb. These people will be free to photograph their friends and family, meaning nobody is left out of the fun. On the way back you will be free to have lunch (meals and drinks not included) at one of Jamaica's famous jerk centers, enjoying the delicious meal with an ice cold Red Stripe beer or tropical fruit drink. Following lunch, you will head back to your hotel or cruise ship complete with a heart filled with Jamaica!

River Rapids Jungle River Tubing Adventure

2. River Rapids Jungle River Tubing Adventure

Your amazing experience begins with your pick up at your hotel or port, where you are driven in comfort to the River Rapids, located in a mountain valley near the town of Falmouth. As you enter River Rapids, you will be greeted by one of the friendly tour guides and after checking in and putting on your safety gear, you follow your guide across the Irie bridge and along the jungle trail, leading you to the river launch point. After one final check to make sure that everyone is ready, it’s time to jump in your tube and begin your exciting adventure downstream. With the river currents carrying you through the rainforest, you sit back and relax while admiring the scenery of the surrounding landscape. Each lazy section of the river is followed by exciting class 2 rapids, where you can enjoy the faster pace of floating over splashing white water. There is a stop along the way for a chance to swim and try out your Tarzan skills on the rope swing, a popular activity for everyone to enjoy. After a few more rapids the river currents start to slow down and you begin your boat ride (weather permitting) into the Caribbean Sea. Your boat ride takes you to a private beach, where you can enjoy a refreshing drink, take a dip in the sea, and view some of the cool pics taken by one of the photographers.

Jamaica: Bamboo Rafting on the Martha Brae

3. Jamaica: Bamboo Rafting on the Martha Brae

Your excursion will begin at Rafter's Village, a 6-acre (3.6-hectare) town with picnic grounds, a full bar, a swimming pool, restrooms, and a souvenir shop. When you're ready, you can sit back in a relaxing 2-seat bamboo raft and enjoy a tropical rum punch cocktail as you set off down the Martha Brae. Throughout your 1-hour journey, your knowledgeable guide will explain the river's history, legends, and myths. You can soak up the sun and learn about the abundance of wildlife that flock to the river's scenic banks. If you want to cool off throughout your tour, simply jump into the refreshing river water and swim alongside the raft. At the end of your experience, enjoy lunch (meals and drinks not included) at one of Jamaica's jerk restaurants, where you can enjoy a delicious meal with a cold Red Stripe beer or tropical fruit punch before returning to your hotel or the cruise port with a heart filled with Jamaica!

Jamaica: Dunn’s River Falls and Jungle River Tubing Tour

4. Jamaica: Dunn’s River Falls and Jungle River Tubing Tour

Meet your guide at your hotel and drive along scenic roads to the town of Ocho Rios. Enter the natural park and break off into groups, where experienced guides will conduct a brief safety and introductory session before climbing up the falls. Wander through the tropical flora of the park to the famous Dunn’s River Falls, admiring the beautiful scenery.  For those who do not wish to climb, enjoy taking pictures and take in the view from the boardwalk along the falls. After your waterfall experience, stop for lunch at one of Jamaica’s favorite jerk centers. Savor a delicious meal with an ice cold Red Stripe beer or tropical fruit drink. A short drive later, board your tube in the cool waters of the White River. With the assistance of your guide, enjoy the rapids and the calms of the river. Relax and admire the natural beauty as you drift downstream. At the end of your amazing experience, unwind during the comfortable drive back to your hotel or cruise ship with a heart filled with Jamaica.

Montego Bay: Luminous Lagoon Night Tour by Boat

5. Montego Bay: Luminous Lagoon Night Tour by Boat

Following pick-up at your hotel in Montego Bay, make your way to Falmouth for the start of a truly amazing adventure. Experience the legendary Luminous Lagoon, and appreciate the magic and beauty of Mother Nature's creation at a unique light show. Stretching along the marshlands of Trelawny, from the small community of Rock to the town of Falmouth, the Luminous Lagoon is a must-see for every visitor to Jamaica. Enjoy a delicious meal and cocktail at the restaurant (own expense) before the natural phenomenon begins. Then take a boat tour out onto the lagoon and marvel as the water is disturbed and organisms begin to glow. See an eerie light show illuminating from the back of the boat and all around from the wake. Witness a miracle of nature for approximately 35-40 minutes. Surrounded by mangroves, the lagoon is home to microscopic organisms that emit a phosphorescent light when agitated. The water glows a beautiful blue and becomes illuminated when these organisms are disturbed. As the fish in the lagoon swim and dart, you can see their outlines as streaks of light shooting around in the darkness. When it rains, the lagoon lights up with the drops of water dancing on the surface for a truly amazing sight! .

Konoko Falls and Garden Tour

6. Konoko Falls and Garden Tour

Wander through the tropical flora of the gardens, listening to the chirping of exotic birds and admiring beautiful orchids. Stroll beside the river as it flows into serene ponds filled with bright koi, and then make your way up to the waterfall terrace to enter the falls and start your climb. On your guided tour you will clamber up the water-soaked rocks as the falls tumble down around you, and stop at the Maja swimming pool along the way for a quick dip. Keep climbing up until you reach the very top of the falls, where you can take in a sweeping panorama over Ocho Rios and kick back at the Nana natural pool before beginning your descent down the stairs. Grab a bite to eat at the Jerk Pit or a refreshing drink at the bar before heading back to your hotel or cruise ship.

Falmouth: Historic Sightseeing Tour

7. Falmouth: Historic Sightseeing Tour

Your historic Falmouth sightseeing tour will take you on a brief highlights tour of the town of Falmouth. Founded by Thomas Reid in 1769, Falmouth flourished as a market center and port for forty years, at a time when Jamaica was the world's leading sugar producer. It was named after Falmouth Cornwall in England, the birthplace of Sir William Trelawny the Governor of Jamaica who was instrumental in its establishment. The town was meticulously planned from the start, with wide streets in a regular grid, adequate water supplies, and public buildings. It even had piped water before New York City! You will stop at St. Peters Anglican Church built in 1795, before seeing the Falmouth All-Age School which is housed in a former army barracks, Fort Balcarres. You will later stop at the Old Court House, before visiting the William Knibb Memorial to see the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt's High School. Later, spend the rest of your time at a private white-sand beach club at the Doctor's Cave.

Luminous Lagoon and Rose Hall Haunted Great House Night Tour

8. Luminous Lagoon and Rose Hall Haunted Great House Night Tour

Your amazing adventure starts with your pick up at your hotel lobby and you are driven in comfort on a scenic roadway to Rose Hall, Montego Bay. Built-in 1770 by John Palmer and his wife, the Rose Hall Great House eventually became the residence of their grandnephew, John Rose Palmer. In 1820, Palmer married Annie, a beautiful but feisty English girl. Little did John know that his young wife possessed “black magic” powers that would eventually lead to his demise. During her reign as mistress of the plantation, Annie did away with two more husbands and countless lovers. “The White Witch of Rose Hall” has fascinated generations, and even today, there are those who claim to see Annie passing through the Great House. Enjoy a candle-lit evening tour of the Rose Hall Great House, the former home of Jamaica’s White Witch, Annie Palmer. Your tour will include captivating and chilling stories of love, murder, and mystery skillfully told by knowledgeable guides. You’re sure to feel goosebumps as these eerie tales come to life in this grand estate, where ghost sightings have been reported over the years. After the Rose Hall Great House, make your way to Falmouth where you will begin a night boat tour of the famous Luminous Lagoon. You will see things that will make you appreciate the beauty Mother nature has created for us to witness and experience!.Truly, a sight to be seen! As the boat cruises around, the water is disturbed and the organisms begin to glow. You will see an eerie light show illuminating from the back of the boat and all around from the wake.

From Montego Bay: Luminous Lagoon Nighttime Boat Tour

9. From Montego Bay: Luminous Lagoon Nighttime Boat Tour

Experience the magic of Jamaica’s Glistening waters. The luminous lagoon created by fresh water from the Martha Brae River meeting the salt water of the ocean. One of four luminous lagoons in the world – Indonesia, Bahamas, Puerto Rico and Jamaica – Glistening Waters being the brightest of them all. Microorganisms called dinoflagellates, lives in combined fresh and salt water and creates the bioluminescent effect. They shine brightest in warm shallow waters. The lagoon sparkles at night when the water is disturbed. Go ahead and dip your hand or foot in the water and see it light up. Come see the beauty of the water at night. Wear a bathing suit and take a towel to enjoy swimming in the luminescent water once the boat is far out enough. Don’t forget your cameras to take pictures of the luminescent water around you. Watch as your body and swimsuit light up as you move around. Take the entire family for a leisurely swim in the 3-4 feet deep water. Carry an empty bottle to collect water which will continue to glow for a few hours.

Ocho Rios Sightseeing and Fern Gully Tour

10. Ocho Rios Sightseeing and Fern Gully Tour

Ocho Rios, Spanish for "Eight Rivers" is a town in the on the north coast of Jamaica. Visit craft markets and fruits and vegetable markets where local craftsmen and farmers carry their local produce to sell. One feature which stands out is the huge clock tower, a once functioning time piece that is over 100 years old. Ocho Rios was once a fishing village but now caters to tourists from all over the world. The name "Ocho Rios" is thought to be a British mistake on the original Spanish name "Las Chorreras" meaning waterfalls, a name given to the village because of the nearby Dunn's River Falls. Learn about Fern Gully, a unique rainforest with a main road to traverse through its midst, boasting over 200 different varieties of ferns. Though the origin of the Fern Gully is uncertain, it is suggested to have been caused by an underground river flowing through caves and later the roof collapsing in, some suggestions are even a flash flood in the 1760s. Many writers such as Marianne North 1871, Lady Brassey 1883, Antonio Gallenga 1873 wrote about Gully Road on their Voyages to Ocho Rios. On the way back from Fern Gully, feel free to have lunch at one of Jamaica's famous jerky center, enjoying the delicious meal with an ice cold Red Stripe beer or tropical fruit drinks. Then spend the rest of the tour in the sun as you relax at Turtle Beach before heading back to your hotel or cruise ship with a heart filled with Jamaica.

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THIS WAS THE BEST ACTIVITY WE BOOKED FOR OUR ENTIRE TRIP IN JAMAICA! you all MUST book this and try it for yourself. The personalized attention that each traveler received was amazing. You get to go through rocks and climb over water falls. take pictures. our guide was awesome. we were group of 8 people. we all got to go together. the river tubing was so much fun. he made us feel safe and also had an adventure of a lifetime.