Choose a combination of two water sports activities during this private adventure to Rio Bueno from Runaway Bay. River boarding, kayaking, rafting, and tubing are available, accompanied by a local lunch with beer and some relaxing beach time at Bengal Beach. This private tour ensures personalized attention for you and your party and round-trip hotel transportation is provided.
Explore the highlights of Ocho Rios during this 6-hour day trip from Runaway Bay. Climb to the top of Dunn's River Falls, one of Jamaica's most famous natural attractions, stopping at Columbus Park on your journey there. Enjoy a traditional Jamaican jerk lunch at Scotchies Outdoor Garden Restaurant (own expense) and spend some time strolling the streets of Ocho Rios in search of keepsakes and souvenirs. Round-trip transportation from Runaway Bay is included.
Visit Jamaica's Blue Hole, Secret Falls, and Dunn’s River Falls during this stress-free excursion from Runaway Bay—a great choice for nature lovers and first-time visitors. You'll jump from a swim in bright azure natural pools to a trek up a jungle waterfall, traveling between attractions with ease in an air-conditioned coach. Plus, a stop for lunch (own expense) and hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
True Jamaican Experience, travel through unspoilt environs. Be intrigued by the rich history and their way of life. See the locals as the go about their daily routines. Taste a traditional Jamaican meal that you were taught to prepare. Learn some cultural dance moves and part-take in an interactive comedic dance piece. Visit Sheerwood Content, the community of the world's fastest sprinter and get a chance to meet Usain Bolt's aunt, "Aunt Lily".
Experience the undiscovered and rustic side of Jamaica. Take this safari from Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, Negril, or Runaway Bay to Black River. Cruise down Jamaica’s largest navigable river and see crocodiles of all sizes. Stop for a swim at YS Falls a seven-tiered cascade surrounded by lush jungle.
Travelers should book this tour because Columbus park caves play an important part in Jamaican history. On May 4, 1494, Christopher Columbus arrived at the island of Jamaica. The Columbus Park in Discovery Bay marks the spot where Columbus is said to have put his foot when he first came to Jamaica. Decorated with cannons and maritime artifacts this small park is a heavy tourist’s gatherer from all places interested in the history of Jamaica. Columbus Park is an attractive three-acre (1.2-hectare) garden in scenic Discovery Bay in the St. Ann area. One of the most scenic natural harbors in the Caribbean, Discovery Bay was renamed in 1947 to commemorate the place where it was once thought that Christopher Columbus first made his mark on Jamaican soil.They also get a chance to hand-feed Jamaica national bird, the Hummingbird. They are tame enough to fly down from the trees and porch on your hand and drink nectar from you
Enjoy the world famous Dunn's River falls and the fantastic Blue Hole in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. The breathtakingly beautiful Blue Hole is located in a splendid Jamaican countryside a few miles outside the resort town of Ocho Rios. Blue Hole is more than just one pool of cool, refreshing water. The area consists of many water holes, each with incredibly beautiful aqua blue water that makes it so remarkably inviting and tempting to jump in. Further up in the hills, after you pass the water holes, a 5-minute trek will take you up to the cascading waterfalls and more inviting water holes. Part of what makes this attraction so endearing is the natural, rustic setting, as it is largely undeveloped. You can swing out on a vine and let go and splash into the water, or you can dive or somersault off of a cliff into the water below. If you’re not so daring, you can simply relax in the water and feel its calming, almost therapeutic effect.
Drive along the Coast before turning through the mountains to Nine Miles, a quaint village in St. Ann. It was here where the legendary ‘King of Reggae’ was born and it is the very same place where he was laid to rest. The tour takes you through the house Bob lived as a young boy and your guide will share insights into Bob Marley’s childhood and musical career.Afterwards, you will visit Jamaica's no. 1 attraction, Dunn's River Falls where you will have the opportunity to scale the 600 ft limestone rock formation as water cascades past you and splashes into the ocean below. The tour includes lunch.
Discover Jamaica's natural rain forest retreat on a day trip from Runaway Bay to the beautiful Blue Hole and the tropical waterfalls of River Gully. Swim in the bright blue water surrounded by jungle, jumping from rocky cliffs if you're feeling adventurous. There's also time to sample local culture and flavor with stops at a craft market, the country’s oldest hydroelectric plant, and a traditional jerk restaurant.
Get the chance to ride and swim with horses on this half-day excursion from Runaway Bay's Braco Stables. Begin with an introduction and evaluation to match you up with the right horse; riders of all skill levels are welcome. Then head out into the countryside, following your guide while listening to engaging commentary. When you reach the Caribbean Sea, wade in with your horse, allowing you to sit astride while the horse swims. On the way back, stop for lunch and cold Red Stripe (own expense) at a local jerk center.
Colorful, Vibrant, Rich and Copious is the marine life in the Caribbean. A spectacle like no other full of life and discovery. Swim among the fishes, with the vivid and brightly colored Coral reef backdrop. A snorkeling trip that will take you to the Montego Bay Marine Park, which is just exploding with excitement. This protected marine park is one of the island's best-kept sanctuary. Come let us explore together!
Explore Konoko Falls and Tropical Garden on this half-day tour from Runaway Bay. In the tropical gardens, follow your guide through the tropical flora of the gardens, looking for resident birds. Climb to the top of the terraced Konoko Falls in the company of a guide, pausing along the way to cool off in the various pools. Enjoy panoramic views and photo ops of Ocho Rios from the top.
Explore the local communities and villages of rural Jamaica on this horseback riding tour. Along the way, learn about the local sites, landmarks, and history of the Caribbean island from your guide. The trail leads you to the beach where you’ll be able to ride through the water, if you choose. The tour is for riders of all skill levels.
Immerse yourself in Jamaican culture and the beauty of Ocho Rios aboard your own 4WD all-terrain vehicle (ATV). Escort your guide over forested hillsides and along jungly off-road trails en route to Richmond and Llandovery, two former 17th century sugar plantations. Take some time to explore their grounds and learn their history before continuing onto a private natural pool for a refreshing swim. Feeling adventurous? Take a free-flying leap 30 feet down into cool Caribbean waters.