• Location: Montego Bay, Jamaica
  • Duration: 8 hours (approx.)
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Discover the South Coast of Jamaica on a scenic tour that includes a 1.5-hour stop at YS Falls and a pontoon boat ride on the Black River, home to crocodiles and abundant birdlife. This full-day tour includes lunch and round-trip minibus transport from Montego Bay hotels and the Grand Palladium Resort.

Highlights

  • Tour Jamaica’s South Coast by minibus
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off at Montego Bay and the Grand Palladium Resort
  • Take a river cruise by pontoon boat
  • Lunch and YS Falls included

What You Can Expect

YS Falls plus Black River Safari from Montego Bay and Grand Palladium

Black River Safari Tour

This full-day tour of Jamaica’s South Coast begins with pickup from Montego Bay hotels or the Grand Palladium Resort. During the 1.5-hour scenic drive, you’ll hear commentary about Jamaican history and pass by numerous farming villages in the mountainous region.

On arrival at YS Falls in St. Elizabeth Parish, it’s a 10-minute, tractor-led jitney ride through the rainforest to the seven-tiered waterfalls. Spend roughly 1.5 hours of free time exploring the picturesque cascades and swimming in natural pools watched over by lifeguards. Swing on the Tarzan rope or head to the zipline canopy (available at an additional cost).

Follow up with lunch at the riverside dock on the Black River, then meet with your captain and board a pontoon boat for a 1-hour river cruise. Search for wildlife such as crocodiles, eagles, and egrets. 

After you return to the dock you'll be transported back to your hotel.

Customer Reviews

Gabriel G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Great place to visit and the company puts your experience as a customer at the forefront of their priority! Great service and escorting features. Jermaine was an outstanding host and driver. Thanks alot!!

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