Bamboo Rafting/Limestone Massage
Come and relax on the natural bamboo, as you gaze upon the bamboo-lined river bank while the crystal clear water of the Great River flow, creating that peaceful backdrop. Trust the healing hands of the local while he massage the natural Limestone of the river, creating a mask around your body. After all that take your time and breath and immerse your entire body, washing off all the limestone and emerge looking renewed.
This tour is concluded with complimentary coconut water/sugar cane. This unforgettable tour appeals to all your senses and is appropriate for the whole family as you create lasting memories.
Jump on a powerful single or double-seat ATV and start your journey deep into the scenic Jamaican countryside on the rugged trails of a colonial-era estate beautiful Jamaican terrain Farm on your powerful and easy to handle four-wheel ATV bike with tour guides to ensure all riders stay on course.
Horse Back Riding
Explore the local communities and villages of rural Jamaica on this horseback riding tour.
Along the way, learn about the local sites, landmarks, and history of Jamaica, with a weight limit of 240lb almost everyone including kids over the age of 5 can participate in this excursion after a long journey on land top things off in our beautiful ocean on the horse back you can’t afford to miss this excursion.
Make a visit to one of the Caribbean’s most famous bars: Rick’s Café, named one of the 10 best bars by Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine. Located in the heart of West End, Negril.
Take a seat along the rocky Jamaican coast and enjoy your drinks as you await one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. As you wait, watch daredevils leap from cliffs into the waters below.
Blue Hole Adventure
The Blue Hole has been rated by TripAdvisor as the top attraction in Ocho Rios and should definitely be on your list of things to do in Ocho Rios when you visit. Blue Hole Jamaica otherwise known as the Irie Blue Hole or the Secret Falls is divided into two sections.
There is the main Blue Hole with its turquoise Blue waters that just begs you to jump in. The view is surreal. If you are feeling adventurous there is a Tarzan swing, you can use.
The Blue Hole is somewhere you want to relax and inhale the beauty that surrounds you.
Dunn’s River Falls
Dunn’s River Falls is one of Jamaica’s national treasures. The Spaniards called the area “Las Chorreras” – the waterfalls or springs – and it is truly one of the most beautiful spots on the island. A stone’s throw from Ocho Rios, one of Jamaica’s fastest growing resort centers, Dunn’s River Falls is uniquely described as a living and growing phenomenon.
It continuously regenerates itself from deposits of travertine rock, the result of precipitation of calcium carbonate from the river, as it flows over the falls. The small dome-shaped cataracts are usually associated with thermal spring activity found in limestone caves.
This, combined with its location near to the sea, gives Dunn’s River the distinction of being the only one of its kind in the Caribbean, if not the world.
Bob Marley Mausoleum
Nine Mile is the birthplace and final resting place of Bob Marley. Mausoleum is located about an hour and a half away from Ocho Rios. The journey may seem like a long ride, but it’s well worth it.
Bob Marley was born in a small cottage in the rural village of Nine Mile and lived here until he was 13 years old. His house and the surrounding inspired Bob and gave to the world his output.
A visit to Bob Marley’s home at Nine Mile includes a tour of the property from Rastafarian guides, which usually includes a rendition of one of Bob’s songs, his house, his bed, his famous “rock pillow” where he rested his head for inspiration and the Marley mausoleum.
There are two tombs in the mausoleum; one where Bob Marley is buried along with his half-brother, Anthony Booker. The second tomb is that of Cedella Booker, “Mamma Marley” as she was sometimes called
YS Falls is located on the South end of Jamaica in a parish called St. Elizabeth. It’s on a working cattle ranch and thorough-bred horse farm. Like much of Jamaica, the falls are surrounded by lush gardens and beautiful trees.
Boasting a magnificent seven-tiered cascading waterfall, an expansive wading pool fed by underground springs, exciting canopy rides which careen you down the alley high above the falls, river tube rides and spectacular views, adventure awaits you in the jungle!
There is something for everyone here. Feel free to jump off the falls, swing on the rope and do the zip line!
Kool Runnings Adventure Park
Kool Runnings Adventure Park prides itself on meeting and exceeding international standards. They are the Caribbean’s premier water attraction. Being members of the World Water Park Association, they are safe, with lifeguards that are internationally certified and have been recognized both locally and internationally for their high standards.
With over 5 acres of thrilling water rides and eye-popping dry park attractions, there’s fun for the entire family!
Martha Brae River Rafting
Rafting on the Martha Brae, the island’s #1 rafting attraction is located approximately three miles inland from the town of Falmouth, birthplace of one of Jamaica’s former Prime Minister, Hugh Shearer. The embarkation area, “Rafter’s Village”, encompasses six acres of beautifully manicured lawns situated on a natural horseshoe island.
It offers a fully appointed recreational facility which includes picnic grounds, a full service bar, two souvenir shops, swimming pool and modern restrooms. Before embarking on the tour, guests can also take a stroll through “Miss Martha’s Herb Garden”, a presentation of Jamaica’s herbs, famous for their medicinal and healing properties.
Weed Farm/ Jamaica Ganga Tours
Call them ganga tours: smoky, mystical and technically illegal. Journeys to some of the island’s hidden cannabis plantations, where pot tourists can sample such strains as “purple kush” and “pineapple skunk”. The ganga will be organized for you.
There is one caveat : First you have to smoke a marijuana “spliff” with your guide, presumably to show you are not law enforcement.
Bob Marley Museum
The museum is situated on the site of the legendary musician’s home, which he purchased in 1975. This house, featuring 19th-century architecture, was Marley’s home until his transition in 1981.
It was converted into a museum six years later by his wife, Mrs Rita Marley. The main museum displays Marley’s personal treasures.
The property also features a well-equipped 80-seat theatre, a photographic gallery, a record shop and a gift shop filled with a wide array of Bob Marley memorabilia.
Relax and enjoy a sumptuous meal from the One Love Café after you’ve completed your tour which offers a peek into every aspect of Bob Marley’s life.
Enjoy a boat ride on a truly magical bay. An experience not to be missed. Starting daily at sunset, we begin nightly boat tours 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!
This lagoon, surrounded by mangroves, is home to microscopic organisms that emit a bio-luminescent 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 around, you can see their outlines as streaks of light, shooting around in the darkness of night. When it rains, the lagoon ‘lights up’ with the drops of water dancing on the surface.
Rose Hall Great house
Immerse yourself in the heritage of the island as your expert guide shares the story of this colonial ruin restored to its former majesty in the 1960’s. Learn about the lifestyle of the European bourgeoisie in the isles of the Caribbean in the Eighteenth Century. The tale of Annie Palmer, the famed White Witch of Rose Hall is sure to delight. Beautiful tropical gardens and personalities will color your experience fun along the way.
Cursed by slaves, the White Witch Annie Palmer, turned a magnificent plantation into a hellhouse of atrocities. Countless slaves fell prey to her torture, and all three of her husband’s met their death at her hands. The house is a bastion of historical style, with a magnificent mahogany staircase and doors, and silk wall-fabric that is a reproduction of the original designed for Marie Antoinette during the reign of Louis XVI. Slaves destroyed the house in the Christmas Rebellion of 1831 and it was left in ruins for more than a century. In 1966 the three-story building was restored to its haughty grandeur.
The tour guides are adept at their jobs and give you a real and captivating tale while describing Jamaica during the early era. Although the story does give you the creeps, be assured that you are not in danger.
In fact there are numerous weddings being conducted here as the grounds here are exceptionally and breathtakingly beautiful. All ages are welcome, however, the night tour may be a little too scary for young children.
Set sail and take in the views the coastline from the best seat in the house aboard a Catamaran. Known as the “Land of Wood and Water”, Jamaica’s skyline and underwater world has a lot to offer.
Catamaran cruises in Jamaica have comfortable outdoor and indoor seating, bathroom facilities, snorkeling equipment and a trained crew. Cruises can be private with your family and friends or with other vacationers and can be done during the day or evening at sunset.
Not recommended for pregnant women
Not accessible for the physically challenged
Not recommended for people with back problems or who have had a recent back surgery
Not recommended for people with motion sickness
Not handicapped accessible