Published on 04/27/2020 8:51 pm
Falmouth Excursion- a Better Way to Explore the Travel Destinations

Falmouth is one of the Caribbean’s best-preserved and historic towns to be discovered. It is one of the country’s busiest ports in Jamaica near Montego Bay. Today Falmouth offers visitors views of the historic buildings, as well as eco-tours and cultural experiences giving insights into Jamaica’s past. It’s the Caribbean’s most popular travel destinations, and it is especially famous for those who love sun, sand, and water. It is surrounded by scenic waterfalls, amazing stretches of white beaches, and relatively untouched tracts of forests. Royal Caribbean Jamaica excursions are a great way to explore the area as much as possible with minimal hassle. Let’s check out some of the best things to do and see.

Snorkeling Cruise to Dunn’s River Falls

White river tubing dunns river falls-Cruise Tour

Snorkeling in the Caribbean’s blue waters will allow you to dive into the water and perceive the exotic coral and diverse marine species. The iconic Dunn’s River Falls Park is one of Jamaica’s most popular travel attractions. It’s comprised of numerous terraces that rise nearly 600 feet into the jungle canopy and can be reached by a moderately strenuous hike. A portion of the tour includes a guided hike up the distinct terraces, which provide unobstructed views of the surrounding forest.

River Rafting the Martha Brae

Martha brae bamboo river rafting

If you like to stay away from the crowd and spend a little quality time, then the guided bamboo rafting tour is the best way to go. Jamaica’s Martha Brae River moves through some of Jamaica’s most lush and tranquil jungles. It can be explored by the 30-foot long bamboo raft, which seems to be the primary mode of transportation. Expert guides will lead you through the river while explaining to you so many exciting facts about the flora and fauna that you spot. This tour is an excellent way to explore some of the island’s most pristine jungles.

Chukka Horseback Ride & Swim

Chukka Horseback Ride & Swim

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