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OCHO RIOS JAMAICA ATTRACTIONS

Ocho Rios Attractions

Click underlined attraction or interactive map for more information

All scenic tours include private transfers, entrance fees and lunch
(exceptions: scenic tours with transportation only)

Map of Tours available from Ocho Rios Glistening Waters Dunns River Falls Dolphin Cove Treasure Reef Mystic Mountain Bob Marleys Nine Mile Appleton Estate YS Falls Martha Brae River Rafting


Adventure Tours:  Click on underlined Adventure for further information, photos and booking form.
Adventure tours include all tours with active participation.

  • Dolphin Cove At Treasure Reef (Book Dolphin Cove)
    Tours include: "Ultimate Swim" program, "Swim" program,
    "Encounter" program, "Shark" program, "Trainer For a Day"

  • Mystic Mountain Rain Forest Adventure Tours (Book Mystic Mountain)
    The Rainforest Adventures park at Mystic Mountain in Ocho Rios is the heart and soul of the Jamaica rain forest activities!
    Youíll have ample opportunities to put on your explorerís hat and take your camera on a photo safari ó this park takes you all the way from the seashore to 700 feet above sea level at the top of the mountain, stretching over 100 acres.
    Cool off after your adventure in the new infinity pool with exciting 77 meter water slide.
    Mystic Mountain Rain Forest Adventure Tours are located just outside Ocho Rios, Jamaica offering the following adventures:Zipline Adventure, Sky Explorer, Jamaican Bobsled Ride. Spend the day at this exciting new adventure park. Restaurant, bar, gift shop on site.
Scenic Tours:  Click on underlined Attraction for further information, photos and booking form.

  • Glistening Waters: (Book Transfers)
    Take a night cruise on the luminous lagoon and witness the most spectacular wonders. Phosphorescent waters outline the fish and streaks of light as they swim around. For extra fun jump in the water.

  • Martha Brae River Rafting (Book Tour)
    The Martha Brae River affords visitors a 2 hour rafting tour through lush foliage and mostly slow moving waters. One of the great Jamaican attractions.

  • Nine Mile (Book Transfers)
    Nine Mile, a quaint little place in the beautiful mountains of St. Ann. This is where the legendary "King of Reggae", Bob Marley was born on February 6th 1945, this is the very same place he was later laid to rest.




Local Attractions:  Click on underlined attractions for further information (web sites)
  • Brimmer Hall Estate:
    Some 34km (21 miles) east of Ocho Rios, in the hills 3km (2 miles) from Port Maria, this 1817 estate is an ideal place to spend a day. You can swim in the pool and sample a wide variety of brews and concoctions. The Plantation Tour Eating House offers typical Jamaican dishes for lunch, and there's a souvenir shop with a good selection of ceramics, art, straw goods, woodcarvings, rums, liqueurs, and cigars. All this is on a working plantation where you're driven around in a tractor-drawn jitney to see the tropical fruit trees and coffee plants; the knowledgeable guides will explain the various processes necessary to produce the fine fruits of the island.
    Cost: $18 Reservations required 3 days in advance Phone: 876-974-2244

  • Dunns River Falls
    The most famous attraction in Jamaica, Dunn's River Falls just outside Ocho Rios is a must for first timers. The Falls are always renewing themselves from the calcium that flows from the spring allowing visitors to climb their way to the top. Dunn's River Falls is a short taxi ride from Ocho Rios. You can join a tour any time during the day.

  • Fern Gully:
    A scenic drive south of Ocho Rios along Route A3 will take you inland through Fern Gully, a lush gorge. This was originally a riverbed, but now the main road winds up some 210m (700 ft.) among a profusion of wild ferns, a tall rainforest, hardwood trees, and lianas. There are hundreds of varieties of ferns, and roadside stands offer fruits and vegetables, carved-wood souvenirs, and basketwork.

  • Green Grotto Caves:Formed of coastal limestone, these caves were a haven for runaway slaves and pirates. The mammoth cave is full of rock formations, stalagmites, and stalactites, and has a roof of "ceiling pockets." The grotto is filled with numerous chambers and light holes, but its most dramatic feature is eerie Grotto Lake, a subterranean lake occupying its bowels.
    Admission: adults: $20 , Children 4-12: $10 Phone: 876/973-2841




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