Dunn's River Falls is one of Jamaica's national treasures. Globally, it is as well known as reggae and equally as stimulating. The Spaniards called the area "Las Chorreras", the waterfalls or springs and it is truly one of the most beautiful spots on the island. After climbing the Dunns river waterfall we will drive through the rain forest to the breath taking blue hole. You will be able to purchase lunch at the jerk center and the tour will end with local shopping in Ocho Rios.
Your tour begins with pick up directly from the Falmouth hotels and Falmouth Cruise Ship port where your friendly driver/guide will greet you and take you on sightseeing tour through the hills of the Garden parish of St. Ann.
The Dunn's River Falls is a must-see Jamaican waterfall and popular tourist attraction. The falls are 180 feet high and over 600 feet long with natural terraced steps for climbing. Explore the most climbed falls in the world! You will enter the park with your prepaid tickets and you will be greeted by a licensed "Fall Guide" who will provide you with an introduction and safety orientation before the climb.
After the Dunn's River Falls experience the next stop will be the blue hole.
Take in the spectacular view of lush and green forest and taste and see some of tropical fruits. On the way to the blue hole there will be a stop at the oldest hydroelectric plant built back in the 1930s. Once you arrive at Blue Hole you will be introduced to your guide for the hike up the many cascading waterfalls. Remember to get your body massage under the falls and to take beautiful pictures at the awesome blue pools. Swinging, jumping and diving into the water is refreshing but don't forget to explore the cave and rope swing.
An authentic Jamaican lunch can be purchases at the jerk center for an additional cost. After lunch, the tour will wrap up with shopping at the Ocho Rios Sonia's Plaza, Taj Mahal or the local Craft market, where you can purchase Jamaican souvenirs. After shopping you will be dropped off at your resort or cruise terminal in Ocho Rios.