Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Martha Brae River Rafting and Dunn’s River Falls Tour from Ocho Rios. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Great tour! We had a wonderful driver who drove us to all these places. ALong the way he explained things and history about Jamaica which I wasnt expecting. Our tour didnt include lunch but he brought us to a place he recommended and even carried out trays for us. He didnt eat with us, I wish I had asked him to. He was so polite. The rafting tour was a lot of fun, we had a guy who was very animated and funny. The only negative part was that I wasnt aware that the rafters obviously expect a tip but they also hand carve coconuts and want to sell them to you along the way. We werent prepared for that so we didnt have any money and he got a little upset about it. We still tipped him but he was clearly expecting to sell a coconut. You dont get wet on the raft which is nice and it was a relaxing beautful ride.
The Falls were absolutley stunning, I was not expecting them to be as big as they were. You absolutely need to bring water shoes for this part. I actually had to back out last minute because I was 8 weeks pregnant and wasnt expecting the falls to be as big and I was too scared off slipping. Even if you dont do it, it was still amazing to see this!
Great, professional tour. Rafted down the beautiful Martha Brae (something I always wanted to do) and got to see Dunn’s River Falls. Also had the opportunity to climb it, but unfortunately I was unable to (had sore feet!). The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable.
Just did the matha Brae it was great but we did a 13 hour tour the day before and we jsut could not do another 2 hours beyond the Martha Brae part.
The Martha Brae rafting was very boring, relaxing but boring. If your stayin in Ochos Rios then you have to go all the way back to Montego Bay (45 min) to float then drive back for Dunns Falls. Dunns Falls is a great experience, but i would see if the hotels have any specials for just going there.