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Cranbrook Flower Farm is a unique
eco-tourism attraction located on Jamaica’s north coast at Laughlands in the parish of St.Ann, and is
situated between the two main tourist and cruise ship towns of Ocho Rios and Montego Bay. The
attraction is sited on 130 acres, including 40 acres of landscaped grounds, and was opened to
the public in May 1997.
Dunn’s River Falls is one of
Jamaica’s national treasures. Globally, it is as well known as reggae and equally stimulating. These are few places where the Arawak
name “Xayamaca” – land of rivers and springs – is more apt. The Spaniards called the area “Las
Chorreras”, the waterfalls or springs and it is truly one of the most beautiful spots on the
Bob Marley Nine Mile Zion Tour,
With Bob our Nine Mile tour will introduce you to a community that helped influence one of the greatest
musicians of this century. It will leave you with a better understanding of a young man, whose
vision helped change the thoughts of people worldwide. No small achievement for a man who
often spoke of his respect for the simple ways of rural life. Respect that helped guides his
Blue Mountain Bicycle Tours LTD.
“Come Ride the Blues” Take a journey of ADVENTURE with us on the World’s #1 Downhill Bicycle
Tour. Featured in Vogue, Department and Town & Country Magazine and seen on Discovery’s
Television, Travel Channel. A must do tour while in Jamaica. Travel in style to a cool
starting point high in the Blue Mountain on a road called by the New York Times “One of the
best Scenic vistas in the Caribbean”.
At Dolphin Cove, Ocho Rios
Jamaica, Guest can make friends, “Touch” and have an up close
experience with the dolphins on
the shallow water platform (knee deep).
Guests swim with ONE Dolphin, they can dance, play, be kissed and caressed by a Dolphin while
swimming in deep water (1 Dolphin)
Enchanted Gardens- Ocho Rios, Experience, A tropical fantasy of 14 cascading waterfalls with
meandering streams and
natural spring-fed pools. With the aid of a local guide, climb our cascading waterfall which
leaves you feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and relaxed… Enjoy an oasis among Jamaica’s natural
vegetation, and take pictures against the breathtaking and majestic backdrop.
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Horseback, Hooves offers varied and interesting guided tours on
well trained and love horses. Heritage Beach
Ride. Learn about our turbulent history riding through the Seville Estate in St. Ann. It was
here that Columbus spent a year, shipwrecked. This tour takes in a visit to the Great House, a
fully guided tour through this historical property past its collection of 16th century
Monuments, and a break on the beach, where we take the horses into the sea for a cooling dip.
We have combined history with fun on this unique beach ride, the only one of its kind.
Prospect Plantation-18th century
estate-Experience a Journey in time
VISIT ONE OF JAMAICA'S OLDEST
18Th ,CENTURY ESTATE'S"'" Take a Jitney Ride and experience a working Jamaican Agricultural
18th, Century Estate as you journey on the Plantation you'll hear stories and history of old.
You'll See the Magnificent White River Gorge, and many exciting Views of the island's North
Rockland bird sanctuary, rockland
bird sanctuaryHave you ever fed a humming bird perched gently on your finger? Then enjoy this
unique experience for yourself and at the same time take the opportunity to relax unwind and see
other wild Jamaican birds.
Rainforest Bobsled Jamaica at Mystic
Mountain, Race through the forest on Bobsled Jamaica, the park’s signature
attraction takes riders on a 1000m gravity driven ride in custom designed bobsleds. Accessible
via Sky Explorer, Bobsled Jamaica will send you zooming on a thrilling ride through tropical
landscapes on sleds that evoke Jamaica’s Olympic teams.
Shaw Park Gardens, Experience the natural
pristine beauty of Jamaica’s Shaw park Botanical Gardens. Situated high on a hilltop overlooking the azure
waters of the Caribbean Sea, the gardens embrace 25 acres of tropic splendor.
Doctors Cave Bathing Club, 100
YEARS - DOCTORS CAVE BATHING CLUB - 1906 - 2006.
The most well known and famous beach in
Montego Bay has always been the "Doctor's Cave Beach Bathing Club" whose brilliant waters
attracted our first visitors by ship in 1912. Open daily, watersports and restaurant
available. We are a lot more than just a great beach. We are located in the middle of Montego
Bay's "Hip Strip" Gloucester Ave.
"Coyaba River Garden and Museum"
offers the serenity of a genuine water garden fed by streams that rise on the property,
exquisite Jamaican-Spanish architecture and natural aquarium. Available for weddings. The
serenity of a genuine water garden, fed by streams that rise on the property... exquisite
Jamaican Spanish architecture... Spectacular Mahoe waterfalls... a Museum of Island History
focusing on the forgotten Taino/Arawak culture of Jamaicas first inhabitants ... a Shop of
island curios and crafts, rums and coffees... breathtaking views of the Bay of Ocho Rios...
the shade of giant banyan and cedar trees...
Green Grotto Caves, Known at
various times as the Runaway Bay Caves, Cave Hall Caves, Discovery Bay Caves, Dry Harbour Caves, Hopewell
Caves, Rum Caves and Dairy Caves, are among Jamaica's most prominent natural attractions. They
are of international repute and have been seeing visitors since the 18th century.
John’s Hall- Experience Jamaica’s best Adventure
Tour, A guided tour through the mountainous
countryside of John's Hall and discover true nature living. You will experience nature and
wildlife up close, looking at wild flowers, lazy rivers and discover true nature living to its
fullest. This is a trip of a lifetime; the views are sure to leave you speechless. The most
adventurous way to experience our island's historical richness and natural beauty.
Bellefield Great House and
Gardens. Taste of Jamaica" Tour- The newly revamped Bellefield
“Taste of Jamaica” tour focuses on
the history of Jamaican cuisine with an emphasis on guest participation and interaction. The
Great House and its environs have been recently renovated in an effort to authenticate and
truly replicate the grandeur and opulence of the “Great Era of the Jamaican Sugar Estate”.
Food and entertaining was a defining factor in the life of an 18th century Jamaican planter
HARMONY HALL – One of the great
things about riding out a recession in Jamaica is that we have had lots of practice. It is much easier to bumble along in blissful
denial, when the sun is shining, the trade winds blowing and the sea caressing the coastline.
Having said that, of course our business has been affected, but we still managed to present
some exceptional exhibitions, the openings of which were well attended and lots of fun . These
included debut shows by husband and wife, Leopold and Novelette Barnes, and Michael
Noel Coward firefly Former
Home of playwright and songwriter Noel Coward. Firefly is now a national monument, with an
exhibition of Sir Noel's life. Spectacular view; bar, afternoon tea and light lunches
Seville Great house is symbolic of the English
period. After the capture of the island in 1655, New Seville was abandoned by the Spaniards.
Edward Long tells us, the English divided up and allotted the land to victorious officers and
other soldiers. In this allotment, the city of New Seville became the property of one Captain
Hemmings, an officer of the army, thus becoming Seville Estate. In 1755, Hemming's grandson
built the Great House which was built at the end of the Seventeenth Century, but was destroyed
by hurricane in the late Nineteenth Century.
Rose Hall Great House, Overlooking the
beautiful Caribbean sea, on the hills of the former Rose Hall Sugar Estate, approximately 10km, from
Montego Bay, St. James is the very imposing Rose Hall Great House. With the many stories about
its former owner, Annie Palmer and the cruelty she meted out to her slaves, Rose Hall Great
House is a very popular visitor attraction.
"Hilton High Day Tour" Enjoy a 45
minutes Air-conditioned Coach ride from Montego Bay through Jamaica's scenic countryside, over
mountains, through valley's, villages and lush tropical foliage. An Expert Tour Guide will
explain the details of the tropical plants and trees you encounter during your trip. You pass
through sugarcane, pineapple, coffee and banana plantations. Many people live in the
interior, so you will travel through a number of little villages.
P.O. Box 162, Reading, St. James - Jamaica
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"Glistening Waters" Marina and
Restaurant, Take a night cruise on the luminous lagoon and witness the most spectacular wonders. Phosphorescent waters outline the fish and streaks of
light as they swim around. Also a restaurant and mooring for several charter yachts in Falmouth.
Restaurant and mooring for several charter yachts in Falmouth, you also can take a night cruise on
the luminous lagoon and witness the most spectacular wonders. Phosphorescent waters outline the
fish and streaks of light as they swim around. Glistening Waters, Falmouth - Jamaica
Call: (876) 954-3229. | http://www.glisteningwaters.com/
"Pier One" Marina &
Restaurant, Pier One is home base for several tourism charter boats,
Calico sailing charters, MoBay Undersea Tours,
Sharky's Undersea Views, and Jupiter deep sea fishing among several others, also features the
"Seagulls" dining room.
"Dreamer Catamaran Cruises" Your
three-hour sailing & snorkeling tour includes an introduction to the wonderful underwater world within the
MoBay Marine Park. We provide snorkeling equipment, instructions and snorkel guide. Our open
Jamaican bar & lively music on board will keep you refreshed and relaxed. Sail along the
beautiful coastline aboard Montego Bay’s premier sailing catamarans – Tropical Dreamer, Day
Dreamer and Island Dreamer, designed for your ultimate sailing experience! Private Charters,
customized especially for you, are also available.
"Red Stripe Cruises" Sail on either Trimaran Cool
Runnings or Freestyle to the famous Dunn's River Falls. Climb the fall or relax on the beach.
Enjoy refreshing drinks like Pepsi, fruit punch or Red Stripe beer after swimming and
climbing. On the return sail dance to reggae and soca music
74 Main Street Ocho Rios - Jamaica
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Call: (876) 974-2446. Fax: (876) 974-4978 | Shop #14 Santa Maria Shoppe, 121 Main
Street, Ocho Rios, St. Ann, Jamaica
Mayfield Falls, Mayfield Falls is
truly a nature lover's paradise - two beautiful waterfalls, 21 natural pools, 52 varieties of ferns, an abundance of exotic
tropical flowers and plant species, and several types of birds, butterflies, and indigenous
wildlife. Mayfield Falls offers some of the prettiest scenery Mother Nature has to offer.
Driving through the tropical Jamaica rainforest, the first thing you notice is the clean,
fresh mountain air...
Come experience Jamaica's #1 eco-tourism attraction and nature at its best !
Mayfield Falls Tour Office: 5 St James Street, Montego Bay, Jamaica, W.I.
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971-6580. Fax: (876) 971-2481
White River Tubing-Ocho Rios-Glide
through lush tropical greenery and take in the amazing scenery as you gently wind down the lazy
river. Where you can stop swing on a rope and fall in the river about 20ft deep, then you will
continue on your tube down the river. This is a journey that you will not forget. Your driver,
will safe guard your belongings during the trip, and will meet you at the end of the river and
then take you to the beach then off to the shopping area the craft and inbond
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The Outameni Experience is a
guided tour through Jamaica’s holistic cultural experience in art, music, dance, film and drama, and authentic
Jamaican cuisine, as well as real people representing the island's various ethnic
Portland Rio Grande Rafting
Experience, In 1872 the legendary banana exporter captain L.
Baker took a raft ride down the river used to
ferry produce from the foothill of the mountain to the ships. He was so impressed by the
rafting experience that he began to invite the “well to does” of Boston, USA to travel on his
ships to port Antonio.
Martha Brae Rafting-The Legend of Martha Brae, The legend tells
of an old Arawak witch, who lived on the bank of the River Matibereon.
Having heard tales of the Arawak gold, Spanish treasure hunters captured the witch to lead
them to the treasure. Pretending to comply she led them into a cave, then suddenly
disappeared. Frightened, the Spaniards ran out of the cave but the river engulfed them. The
witch then changed the course of the river forever. Passed on by mouth the legend still lives
on. Twisted translations produced the English version of river Matibereon
Somerset Falls, Experience fine
dining in our The Garden Restaurant where seafood is our specialty. Savor the surroundings on
our elegant dining deck located right on the river.
Come and enjoy a cocktail or just hang out and chat at our spacious Rhythm & Booze bar. Our
Easy Sunday celebrations include drink specials, old hits music, sporting events shown on the bar
television, dominoes slamming, and great family fun. Try one of our famous Somerset Specials like
the Rhythm & Booze; White Rum, Vodka, Apricot Juice, Pineapple Juice, Lime Juice, Plain Syrup,
Bitter and Blue Curacao – makes you move to the rhythm! Please contact us directly for
organizing any special event at 876-383-6970 or firstname.lastname@example.org | http://www.somersetfallsjamaica.com
The South Coast beguiles those who love everything that nature has to offer.
Many of the attractions revolve around ecotourism. Visitors come to this area, which resists
taming, from as far away as the island's north coast and Negril. More than a few of Jamaica's.