Dunn River Falls: Climb the world-renowned Dunn’s River Falls where water cascades nearly 1,000 ft. into the ocean. The falls are located near the heart of Ocho Rios. This area is known as the location for the legendary battle of Las Chorreras, which was fought in 1657. Ascend the natural stone staircase, hand-in-hand through cool rushing water and brace yourself as you pass beautiful panoramic views, flora and fauna. Your guide will point out small pools or lagoons for a cool and refreshing dip as you make your way up. You’ll also have the option to people-watch and snap photos from the observation deck that’s adjacent to the falls.
Reggae Hill: Next, stop at Reggae Hill where you will be able to purchase a tasty Jamaican lunch from a menu that includes jerk chicken, grilled fish, jerk lobster, and other local specialties. At the discretion of the tour guide, there will be a short stop for shopping on the way back to the ship, if time permits.
Requirements & Restriction: For safety reasons, pregnant women and guests with back or neck injuries, recent surgeries or heart conditions are not permitted to climb the falls. Guests are required to wear water shoes while climbing the falls.
What to Bring: Swimwear, beach towel, water shoes and cash or credit/debit card for additional purchases.
Good to Know: A walkway along the side of the falls allows you to take full advantage of the experience if you wish not to climb the falls. Guests should not carry or wear valuable items for this active excursion. Cash and/or valuables should not be left on the bus.