Dunn’s River Falls: Don't miss the opportunity to visit Dunn’s River Falls, an amazing tropical adventure for a spectacular experience. On this excursion you will embark on an island tour in air-conditioned comfort, travelling through Jamaica's beautiful countryside. You will drive pass some historic sites and districts on the way to the world-famous waterfall which is described as a living and growing phenomenon, as the waterfall continuously regenerates itself from deposits of travertine rock as it flows over the falls. Experience the thrill of climbing the waterfall, in a human chain led by an experienced guide and pause at the 'massage parlour' to experience the soothing effects of the water as it cascades over the rocks, to the sea. The less adventurous and those who enjoy Mother Nature’s gifts could stroll through the lush tropical foliage of ferns, bamboos, ginger lilies, and a variety of palm trees. After visiting the falls, you will be treated to a delicious Jamaican lunch at Almond Tree Restaurant by the sea.
Shopping Stop: Time permitting, you could browse through the items on display at Taj Mahal Shopping Plaza, where you may find exquisite gemstones, spectacular jewelry, bold and beautiful watches, scarves, handbags and pendants. Get your fill of Blue Mountain Coffee, Jamaican rums and more.
Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum height for the waterfall – 3 ft. Water shoes are required. For safety reasons, pregnant women and guests with back, neck or certain other injuries, including prosthesis limbs or brittle bones, may not participate on this excursion.
What to Bring: Swimwear, beach towel, water shoes, cash or credit/debit card for purchases. Waterproof pouch for your face mask. Please bring a change of clothing if swimwear is not being worn at the waterfall.
Good to Know: Shower and changing facilities are available. Lockers are available to rent. The waterfall climb may be strenuous and the limestone rocks are slippery. Nevertheless, it is an exhilarating experience. Guests may experience long delays due to crowding at the waterfall.