The point at which Dunn's River enters the Caribbean Sea is marked by 600ft of mountain spring water cascading down the rocks towards the ocean. Dunn's River Falls is the most photographed attraction in Jamaica. Set within a small tropical forest, the falls are a complete experience. The thundering cascades, the exhilarating blasts of ice-cold spring water and the sheer majesty of nature all combine to create one of Jamaica's most-treasured locations. Today, even after all the falls have witnessed (battles, hurricanes and visitors), nothing can diminish their majestic grandeur and few can deny the awe and wonder they inspire.
Catamaran Cruises offers one of the best experiences Jamaica has to offer. Snorkel, swim, sight-see Jamaica's beautiful North Coast. The catamaran sails exclusively from our Resort. Guests just walk over to the jetty, just behind the Secrets Wild Orchid Preferred Club, where they board the catamaran. A tour filled with fun and to discover the beautiful underwater scenery.
Guided by a spirit of exploration and adventure, CHUKKA is driven to define, design, develop and deliver tour experiences of the highest quality. CHUKKA is rooted in an entrepreneurial spirit, supported by strong family values, employee & partner loyalty and the best-trained staff in the Caribbean. CHUKKA offers Horseback Riding, River Tubing, ATV’s, 4 x 4 Jeep Safari, Dune Buggy Adventures, River Kayak and Zipline among others.
The Zipline is a “must do” while in Jamaica, starting in the heart of the jungle, you’ll fly along ziplines and rappel through the rainforest, over river canyons, and across mountains. Hear the rushing waters as you sail over the various rivers, then enjoy the silence as you glide through a tunnel of tree leaves. It’s the only one of its kind in Jamaica!
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Martha Brae, Trelawny
Experience the thrill or bask in tranquility and romance. Take an exhilarating river ride on a 30-foot bamboo raft and be captivated by the intriguing legend of Martha's Gold hidden away in a mysterious cave yet to be discovered. The 3-mile raft ride piloted by a trained Raft Captain relaxes your mind and body as it renews your spirit. Revive your love for nature's beauty evidenced in picturesque snapshots during the 90-minute journey through the verdant countryside of a tropical splendor.
Welcome to Rain forest Bobsled Jamaica at Mystic Mountain, the hottest new destination in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, the attraction capital of the Caribbean! Rain forest Bobsled Jamaica at Mystic Mountain boasts over 100 acres of land stretching from the coast road entrance near Dunn’s River Falls to over 700 feet above sea level at the peak of Mystic Mountain. This environmentally friendly attraction for all ages, provides ample opportunities to view and explore the unique seaside, tropical forest ecosystem with three unique and exhilarating excursions including: Sky lift Explorer, Bobsled Jamaica and canopy.
Dolphin Cove is Jamaica’s Number One marine attraction where visitors are sure to have an “Experience of a Lifetime”. This magnificent property has a natural cove which is surrounded by 5 acres of lush tropical rain forest. Visitors have the opportunity to interact and "Swim With" dolphins, enjoying the thrill and love of these amazing lovable animals. Visitors can also swim with, hold, feed and learn about the evolutionary secrets of the Caribbean sharks. Visitors can capture their dream of being a dolphin trainer by taking the challenge of being “Sea Keeper” for the day.
Dolphin Cove is the place to spend the day enjoying lots of fun activities. There is something for everyone.
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West End Road, Negril
Rick’s Cafe was the first public bar and restaurant of its type on the West End Cliffs, offering an alternative to Negril's majestic seven mile beach. From the beginning, Rick's Cafe boasted an unrivaled view of the sunset from its naturally formed cliffs. Over the years, visitors and locals alike have designated Rick's Cafe as Negril's premier gathering spot and our sunsets have become a Jamaican tradition.
In Addition to the beautiful views, Rick's Cafe is fortunate to have one of the most incredible coves along the West End Cliffs. From our cliffs, countless visitors and locals have jumped or dived into the crystalline water below. Our highest platform jump is 35 feet and ensures the thrill of a lifetime.
Rose Hall is widely regarded to be a visually impressive house and the most famous of the Great Houses in Jamaica. It is a Georgian mansion with a stone base and a plastered upper storey, high on the hillside, with a panorama view over the coast. Built in the 1770s, Rose Hall was restored in the 1960s to its former splendour, with mahogany floors, interior windows and doorways, panelling and wooden ceilings. It is decorated with silk wallpaper printed with palms and birds, ornamented with chandeliers and furnished with mostly European antiques. There is a bar downstairs and a restaurant. Now, Rose Hall has been used as a museum for tourists who wish to see where Annie Palmer ate, slept and also areas of the house where she is said to haunt. Possibly areas where the murders took place e.g in her bedroom, where she suffocated one of her lovers with a pillow. But the investigators of Ghost Hunters did not find any paranormal clues.
Rose Hall is also known for holding seances to try and conjure her spirit and gain answers about the mysterious deaths of her husbands and fanciful legends of underground tunnels, bloodstains and hauntings that surround it. There is little evidence to support the legend other than a version of which was written by H. G. de Lisser in his 1928 novel The White Witch of Rose Hall.