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$312 Cultural & Theme Tours

Rocky Thursday Special Group Tour from Negril and Grand Pallaidium Hotel

Enjoy three of Jamaica's top attraction in one day. Enjoy the Y. S. Falls,  Black River Safari and Pelican Bar suited for a fun-filled day for the entire family.  Y.S. Falls, located on the southern part of Jamaica is one of Jamaica's finest natural attractions that features scenic destinations with 7 waterfalls cascading into natural swimming pools amid lush gardens. It's a amazing location for scenic photographs, videos or for persons looking to have an off the beaten part experience.Take a visit to Black River and travel up the the river as you take a refreshing view into the morass and learn more of the once thriving sugar port and the first location to have electricity in the western hemisphere. You will enjoy and see what Black River is the center of environmental tourism and experience the longest river in Jamaica, see over 100 species of birds that make the river their home, learn about mangrove trees and crocodile in the wild. Then end your day at Floyd's Pelican Bar, a tiny bar hut, made from scrap wood and built on a sandbar. It features one of the most iconic and unique place to enjoy a beer, your favorite drink or meal in the world and would definitely be something to brag to your friends or family. To get there require a 20 minutes boat ride. Once there you can sunbathe, swim in the shallow ocean or do whatever your heart desires including playing a game of dominoes.As your day come to an end enjoy the view back to your resort.Price includes entrance fee to all 3 attractions, Lunch and round trip transportation.

$90 Day Trips & Excursions

Pelican Bar and Ricks Cafe Combo from Grand Palladium

Half way between Treasure Beach and Black River you will be taken by a fishing boat to a rustic wooden bar built on a sand bar a quarter mile out to sea. The Pelican Bar is the perfect place to sunbathing, drinking beer, swimming and eating fresh fried fish. The Pelican Bar began as local fisherman Floyd Forbes dream of a bar built out to sea, resting on stilts. large wooden planks were transported on his fishing boat. In 2001 the bar was completed and it was named "The Pelican Bar" after the large flocks of Pelicans who rested on the sand bank. It soon became popular by locals and tourists as a place of picture perfect serenity.Watch one of the worlds beautiful sunset (weather permitting) as well as the cliff diving and listen to the Reggae Band.  Ricks Cafe is one of the Top Ten bars ion the world and is a perfect place to sit back, relax with a cocktail in hand. Be entertained by the Cliff Divers (not recommended for you to do!) and dance to the sounds of the love Reggae Band.

$95 Day Trips & Excursions

Pelican Bar and YS Falls (from Grand Palladium)

The drive takes you along Jamaica's beautiful south coast past quaint fishing villages and small towns as well as other points of interest highlighted by your knowledgeable tour guide. Half way between Treasure Beach and Black River you will be taken by a fishing boat to a rustic wooden bar built on a sand bar a quarter mile out to sea. The Pelican Bar is the perfect place to sunbathing, drinking beer, swimming and eating fresh fried fish. The Pelican Bar began as local fisherman Floyd Forbes dream of a bar built out to sea, resting on stilts. large wooden planks were transported on his fishing boat. In 2001 the bar was completed and it was named "The Pelican Bar" after the large flocks of Pelicans who rested on the sand bank. It soon became popular by locals and tourists as a place of picture perfect serenity.Then the YS Falls, only reachable by a tractor pulled "jitney".  These natural waterfalls have a pathway leading beside them and near the top is a "Tarzan swing" where you can jump in to the waters and cool off. Also at the base of teh falls is an area of the river roped off where you can swim.  in the waters.