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    Dunn’s River Falls/Bob Marley Nine Miles

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    The world-renowned Dunn’s River Falls. Beautiful cascading waterfalls. A truly outstanding treasure offering 600 feet of climbing pleasure for thousands of visitors and locals every year, it is arguably Jamaica’s most popular and famous attraction. Here, we offer a peek at the history, beauty and more than the Dunn’s River Falls has to offer. After enjoying your tour you will be able to do souvenir shopping.

    Visit the house where Bob was born. Get Insights into Bob’s Childhood and musical career, where he lived until he moved to Kingston, the stone where he laid his head, and his impressive marble mausoleum where he was laid to rest.

     

     

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    Negril Beach & Ricks Cafe

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    A fun filled day at the famous Margaritaville with seven miles of white sand beach. Snorkeling and other water sports (all optional, not included in cost). From there we venture off to the Famous Ricks Cafe for daring cliff diving followed by souvenir shopping and sightseeing in between. Be sure to wear soft shoes and be casual in dress, bring along swimsuits, cameras and towels and have a great time.

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    Negril Catamaran Booze Cruise

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    Negril has one of the finest Catamaran Tours.The Catamaran is 64 feet with a capacity of 120 passengers. The members of the crew are friendly and fun-loving. The Catamaran Watersports team is certified in Water Safety and First Aid/CPR training. They will work hard to ensure that you have a most enjoyable time when cruising with them!The Sunset Cruise is The Party Cruise in Negril! You will cruise along the famous Negril beach and the rocky cliffs of Negril’s West End toward the lighthouse before stopping at Rick’s Café’.

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    Secret Falls & Bob Marley Nine Miles

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    The Chuck Norris Secret Falls is a series of picturesque waterholes fed by gushing cascades.Your guide will dare you to jump off cliffs into the refreshing pools below. Swing and Jump off the Tarzan rope.

    Then head into the hills on a unique adventure in search of the birthplace of Reggae and the spirit of Bob Marley. Visit the “Graceland of Reggae” and see the people of Nine Mile still living the true Rastafarian lifestyle.  

     

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    Famous Luminous Lagoon/Glistening Water

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    So you think you have seen it all? Or are you yearning to see more? Simply visit Jamaica’s most visual striking point of interest. At twilight get aboard a boat in the lagoon, sail out and be stunned as “nature” comes alive. As the boat moves, the path it takes glows as bright as fireflies, imagine seeing lighted outline of fishes as they move.If you are a swimmer jump in and you will glow once there is any movement.If you are looking forward to expose one of “NATURES GEMS” mere words cannot explain. Seeing is believing.

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    Dolphin Cove Swim with One Dolphin

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    You will spend about 30 minutes interacting and swimming with a dolphin. Get a sweet kiss, try a dance, perhaps you will get a splash or two and have a real up close experience the only way Jamaica can offer.

    Enjoy interacting with stingrays (barbs removed), petting the camels, and watch the spectacular Shark Show and learn about the marine world or just relax.

     

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    Dolphin Cove Encounter

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    They will give you a kiss and allow you to caress them while standing in knee deep water. This adventure is best for those who are not comfortable swimming in the sea. That is why this program is a young family favorite as it gives the little ones a chance to interact with one of the world’s most beautiful creatures.

     

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    YS Falls & Black River Safari

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    Our journey takes us six miles up the river and return, during which a running commentary is given by your captain/tour guide on both the ecology and the history of the area. Over 100 species of birds have been recorded in the Black River morass and many are seen during your trip. The highlight of the Black River is the thrill of sighting a crocodile and watching them being fed from your boat. Our adventure continues as we journey to one of Jamaica’s most beautiful and spectacular waterfalls, ” The YS Falls.” Nestled in a secluded valley on the less traveled South Coast of Jamaica, YS Falls is located on a working cattle and horse farm – YS Estate.

    “YS FALLS IS CLOSED ON MONDAYS”

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    Rastafari Indigenous Village

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    The Rastafari Indigeneous Village is a space that will showcase the life, skills and experiences of our people. Visitors can take a tour of the village to learn about the ways of Rastafari, participate in organic farming, learn to make traditional crafts or receive lessons in music.

    Visitors including residential guests are encouraged to interact and participate with the Villagers while remaining respectful of principles, relationships, private spaces and time management for work-in-hand.

    Tuesdays: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
    Thursdays: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
    Saturdays: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm