Disney Cruise Line Itineraries

Falmouth, Jamaica Shore Excursions



The following applies to all Port Adventures:
-Guests are encouraged to bring credit cards and currency to purchase optional extras such as souvenirs and snacks.
-You should never feel that gratuities are expected from you. However, it is customary to leave a tip in recognition of service at restaurants, taxis, and for exceptional excursion guides and drivers. It is always up to you as to what you feel is appropriate.


Bamboo Raft Captain For a Day (5 - 5.5 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to Good Hope Estate.
Learn about bamboo rafts, constructed by locals many years ago to transport bananas harvested in the Blue Mountains down the Martha Brae River to the ports. Errol Flynn re-popularized bamboo rafts for pleasure cruising in the present days.
Meet your host, an authentic Jamaican raft captain, who will teach you how to construct a bamboo raft.
Savor a delicious Jamaican-inspired lunch at the Good Hope Estate before launching a bamboo raft and navigating down the Martha Brae River assisted by the techniques and tips from your captain. Arrive at a natural pool, where you can enjoy a refreshing swim.
Next, check the raft captain's janga trap for crayfish before completing your experience and reboarding your transportation for a relaxing trip back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Meal options may include jerk chicken and hush puppies. A soda or fruit drink is included.
-Guests are recommended to wear water shoes, and to bring insect repellant, a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses.
-Life jackets are provided and are mandatory.
Adult Price: $195 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $129 (ages 8 to 9)


Chukka's Amazing Race (5 - 5.5 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to Good Hope Estate.
Gear up for the competition of your life! Upon arrival at beautiful, historic Good Hope Estate and authentic colonial village, a host assigns you to a team, a jeep and a driver, provides team t-shirts, explains the ground rules of the game and hands you the first clue. Then it's up to you and your teammates to get through this amazing adventure as fast as you can solve the riddles and complete the tasks! Maps and clues draw on Jamaican culture and history to lead you on an adventurous wild goose chase all over the stunning estate.
Hop on a vehicle and give directions to your driver, who will be available to take you over hill and dale—wherever the clues lead! The race requires you to cross ziplines, tube or kayak down the Great Martha Brae River, and much more! Surprises and excitement await you in Chukka's Amazing Race!
Cap off your amazing day with a Chukka-style fiesta, including a jerk chicken lunch and Appleton rum tasting (alcoholic beverages available to Guests ages 21 and older only).
Complete your exhilarating experience and reboard the transportation and travel back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests who had recent surgery, early expectant mothers and those with neck and/or back conditions are not recommended to participate.
-Guests are recommended to wear water shoes, and to bring insect repellant, a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses.
-Each vehicle can accommodate up to 8 Guests. Guests do not drive the vehicles and may be required to share the vehicle with a different party.
-Life jackets and all safety equipment are provided and are mandatory.
-The zipline experience may include up to 7 traverses ranging from 105 feet to 660 feet in length and 45 feet above the ground. Guest will have to navigate an intricate system of harnesses, pulleys and carabiners on horizontal traverses.
-Kayaks are single-person design. -A team t-shirt and photo is included.
Adult Price: $179 (ages 12 and up)

Family Pottery Painting and Studio Tour (4 - 4.5 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to Good Hope Estate.
Spend time apprenticed to a renowned local artist learning the tricks of the pottery trade! Choose a work of pottery custom-designed and hand-thrown by David Pinto, a world-famous potter.
Release your inner artist as you paint and personalize your piece with your own artistic designs. While your original designs bake in the kiln, the artist hosts an exclusive tour of his authentic artist's studio. The artist demonstrates his techniques for creating the pottery, explains how the kiln bakes your lovely creations to completion and shows you how to operate the pottery wheel to create original designs.
Take home your own beautiful, personalized pottery at the conclusion of the tour! (Glaze is non-toxic and pottery is top rack-dishwasher safe.)
Finish the approximate 2-hour experience at the studio and savor a delicious Jamaican-inspired lunch at the Good Hope Estate before reboarding your transportation for the trip back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Every participating Guest will custom-design their own piece of pottery.
-Meal options may include jerk chicken and hush puppies. A soda or fruit drink is included.
Adult Price: $139 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $95 (ages 6 to 9)


18th Century Great House and Plantation Tour with Lunch (4 - 4.5 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to Good Hope Estate.
Enjoy a full estate experience during the approximate 3-hour guided visit, with 4x4 accesses to select parts of the plantation in a special purpose off-road vehicle.
Take a walk through one of the most sought-after great houses of the 18th century and discover ruins that were once the jewel of the Caribbean. The Good Hope Great House was built in the 1700s and has been restored in its entirety, with paintings, antiques and the lush surroundings of a 2,000-acre working enterprise.
Walk on the lands once owned by the largest planter in Jamaica, John Tharp. Travel to the ruins where the waterwheel and kiln still stand today.
Enjoy a Jamaica jerk grill barbeque lunch, included with this tour.
Stop at the Trading House, the only store of its kind in the Caribbean, where you can shop for unique, Jamaican-made souvenirs before returning to the cruise ship pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests with limited mobility and expectant mothers are not allowed to participate. Tours utilizes a 4X4 vehicle and travel over bumpy and uneven terrain.
-Food and beverage options may include jerked chicken, hush puppies and a fruit drink or soft drink.
-Guests are recommended to bring insect repellant.
Adult Price: $59 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $45 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


18th Century Great House at Leisure (4 - 4.5 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to Good Hope Estate.
Enjoy approximately 2.5 hours of free time to walk through the ruins of buildings that were once the jewel of the Caribbean and enjoy the lush surroundings of a 2,000-acre working plantation.
Take a step back in time to when sugar was king as you walk on the lands once owned by the largest planter in Jamaica, John Tharp. See the ruins, where the water wheel and kiln still stand today. Your day will not be complete without a visit to the pottery house to see the work of the potter in residence. Finally stop at the Trading House, the only store of its kind in the Caribbean where you can purchase unique Jamaican souvenirs.
Choose to purchase lunch at the local restaurant, upgrade to one of the exciting tours that are offered on property or, at the designated time, travel back to the cruise ship pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests will have to walk over uneven terrain.
-Food and beverage options available for sale may include jerked chicken, hush puppies and a fruit or soft drink.
-Guests are recommended to bring insect repellant.
Adult Price: $32 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $22 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


Bobsled Jamaica and Dunn's River Falls (6 - 6.5 hours)
Board an air-conditioned mini bus for an approximate one-hour drive to Dunn's River Falls. After a comfort stop, meet your guide, who will provide a safety orientation. Then, begin your optional climb up the 600-foot, cascading falls.
Exit the craft market after your approximate one-hour visit and reboard the transportation for the short drive to Mystic Mountain. Upon arrival, embark the Sky Explorer chairlift for the approximate 15-minute ride through the thick tropical forest overlooking the turquoise water of the Caribbean Sea. The chairlift ride goes through the top of the canopy, providing glimpses of the cliff-lined north shore and the emerald treetops.
Arrive at the top and enjoy approximately 45 minutes exploring the educational pavilion, featuring interactive Jamaican history exhibits. Next, visit the mesmerizing hummingbird and butterfly garden.
Finally, a short walk away is the crown jewel of Rainforest Bobsled Jamaica at Mystic Mountain: the Bobsled Jamaica attraction. This signature ride features a gravity-driven plunge through 3,280 feet of twists and turns on a specially designed sled evoking the glory of the 1988 and 1992 Jamaican Olympic bobsled teams. The track for the bobsled run was laid specifically to avoid disturbing the natural landscape. As such, the trail curves around ancient trees, hugs majestic cliff faces and limestone outcroppings looming over the shoreline, and ushers you through narrow chutes of dense rainforest. You control your own descent with an in-sled handbrake, allowing for either a leisurely tour through the forest or a pulse-quickening dive to the bottom of the mountain.
Once your bobsled slides to a graceful stop, you are slowly raised back through the rainforest to the top of the mountain, completing the entire circuit in about 8 minutes.
Savor a delicious Jamaican-inspired lunch, at leisure and included in this tour.
Walk up the observation tower for spectacular views of the north shore, including the town of Ocho Rios and the harbor. Plus, you may enjoy the infinity pool and waterslide. When it is time to depart, simply ride the Sky Explorer back to the base of the mountain, then board your transportation for your return to Falmouth.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motor coach on their own. Guests won't be able to climb the falls and will observe from a distance.
-Guests should note that Dunn's River Falls is a natural feature, and a certain amount of agility needed to climb the falls. Guests must be at least 36" tall and should be able to maneuver steps over uneven, steep and wet terrain. Guests should make their own judgment before deciding to climb the falls, or to have children join them on the climb. It is optional to climb the falls and there are other alternatives to enjoy this natural attraction.
-Guests who are pregnant and those with neck, back, cardiovascular and respiratory conditions are not recommended to climb the falls; however they may still enjoy a dip in the water at Dunn's River Falls in the many entrances to the various lagoons found between the falls, utilizing the staircase located adjacent to the falls.
-Guests choosing to climb the falls are required to wear proper shoe attire. They must be fully secured and contain a rubber sole. Suggestions include teva sandals and water shoes, which can be brought from home. Water shoes can be purchased onboard the ship or rented at the falls. Rental fees are about $7 dollars in cash only. Prices vary and are subject to change.
-A liability waiver is required for this tour. Guests suffering from vertigo should consider not taking this tour.
-The order of the sites may vary and/or run in reverse.
-Meal options include a choice of mild jerk chicken, grilled fish or hot dog, served with a choice of rice or red peas with fried plantains. A soda or water is also included.
-Guests are recommended to bring a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Lockers are available for a nominal fee.
Adult Price: $134 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $74 (ages 6 to 9)


Chukka ATV Safari (3 - 3.5 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to Good Hope Estate.
Gear up, then receive a safety briefing and practice time before beginning the approximate 75-minute guided adventure on a fun, easy-to-handle ATV. Note: Guests must present a valid driver's license.
Travel on rugged terrain over the Good Hope Estate deeper into the scenic countryside on paths that meander along shadow corridors.
Visit ruins, then ride through orange groves and by the Martha Brae River before arriving back at the base.
Complete your experience and relax on the trip back to the cruise ship pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests with limited mobility, expectant mothers and those with neck and/or back conditions are not recommended to participate.
-A bottle of water is included in this tour.
-Guests are recommended to bring insect repellant.
Adult Price: $99 (ages 16 and up)

Chukka Catamaran Cruise and Dunn's River Falls (4 - 4.5 hours)
Board an air-conditioned minibus and travel approximately 60 minutes to a local pier where you'll step aboard a beautiful catamaran in style and get ready to sail away. The vessel is 65 feet long and 29 feet wide, with shaded areas and open spacious decks.
Set sail! Along the way, during scheduled stops, you'll have the chance to snorkel and explore reefs, or just go for a dip in the warm seas.
Arrive at a beautiful beach where the world-famous Dunn's River Falls meets the sea. Here, you will have the opportunity to climb 600 feet of natural cascading waters. Once you think you've done it all, climb back aboard for a return trip, where you'll enjoy a party with complimentary rum punch and authentic Jamaican music. The Chukka catamaran is sailing at its best and fun for the entire family!
Arrive back at the pier and board your transportation back to the terminal.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motor coach/vessel on their own. Guests may remain on the boat and won't be able to climb the falls and will observe from a distance.
-Guests should note that Dunn's River Falls is a natural feature, and a certain amount of agility needed to climb the falls. Guests must be at least 36" tall and should be able to maneuver steps over uneven, steep and wet terrain. Guests should make their own judgment before deciding to climb the falls, or to have children join them on the climb. It is optional to climb the falls and there are other alternatives to enjoy this natural attraction.
-Guests who are pregnant and those with neck, back, cardiovascular and respiratory conditions are not recommended to climb the falls; however they may still enjoy a dip in the water at Dunn's River Falls in the many entrances to the various lagoons found between the falls, utilizing the staircase located adjacent to the falls.
-Guests choosing to climb the falls are required to wear proper shoe attire. They must be fully secured and contain a rubber sole. Suggestions include teva sandals and water shoes, which can be brought from home. Water shoes can be purchased onboard the ship or rented at the falls. Rental fees are about $7 dollars in cash only. Prices vary and are subject to change.
-Rum punch, water, fruit punch and a local beer are included; alcoholic beverages may only be served to Guests ages 21 and older. Additional food, snacks and beverage items are available onboard and can be purchased with cash.
-Guests are recommended to bring insect repellant, a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Lockers are available at the falls for a nominal fee, on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Adult Price: $121 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $91 (ages 6 to 9)


Chukka Dune Buggy Safari (3 - 3.5 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to Good Hope Estate.
Receive a safety briefing, practice the manual transmission gear and set out to drive an all-terrain Dune Buggy through one of the great plantations estates of Jamaica, the 18th century Good Hope Estate. The most sought-after plantation in the Caribbean, Good Hope Estate features over 2,000 acres of lush plants, scenic views, breathtaking hillsides and cool rivers. Note: Guests wishing to drive must present a valid driver's license.
During the approximate 75-minute experience, you'll drive over the lands occupied by the early settlers and rediscover this beautiful island of land, wood and water. Visit the ruins and hear about the history, culture, flora and fauna.
Arrive back at the base and enjoy some free time where you can choose to see the potter in residence and browse through the Trading House, the only souvenir shop of its kind in Jamaica with unique pottery, authentic gems and souvenirs.
Complete your experience and relax on the trip back to the cruise ship pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests with limited mobility, expectant mothers and those with neck and/or back conditions are not recommended to participate.
-Each dune buggy can accommodate 2 Guests. Smaller or larger parties may be split and travel in separate vehicles. Guests wishing to drive must present a valid driver's license and may be required to share driving duties. All vehicles have manual transmissions and Guests must have previous experiencing driving them.
-Guests are recommended to bring insect repellant.
Adult Price: $99 (ages 12 and up)

Chukka Horse and Buggy Through Historical Falmouth (1 - 1.5 hours)
Board a horse-driven buggy/carriage to experience the historic town of Falmouth "old-style". Your experienced tour guide will skillfully maneuver the horse and buggy through the streets of historical Falmouth during the approximate one-hour tour. In the 1800s when sugar was king, Falmouth, now one of Jamaica's National Heritage Sites, was the wealthiest town in Jamaica. The planters' dwellings are on every corner and the administrative buildings of that era are still standing today. There are authentic living and working townhouses and many buildings with Georgian architecture. Falmouth is a place where the ethnicity and heritage come together and display true Jamaican culture.
Conclude your tour, then choose to spend extra time exploring and shopping or return to the ship.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the carriage on their own. Wheelchairs must be left at the dispatch area until Guests return from the tour.
Adult Price: $49 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $35 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


Chukka Horseback Ride and Swim (4 - 4.5 hours)
Travel approximately 45 minutes along the scenic coastline in an air-conditioned mini bus to the Chukka Cove Farm, the startup location of your adventure.
Saddle up for the horseback ride and swim! During your approximate 45-minute ride, the experienced guides will educate you on the rich history, culture, flora and fauna.
Be caressed by the refreshing breeze of the Caribbean Sea as the trail takes you along the charming coastline overlooking the ocean to Chukka Beach. This is Chukka's signature tour which has stood the test of time for over 27 years as one of the most popular experiences in Jamaica.
Enjoy cold bottled water while your experienced guides unsaddle the mounts and prepare you for the amazing ride in the Caribbean Sea. Guests will be divided into small groups and take turns on an approximate 10-minute ride in the sea.
Enjoy some free time to peruse the gift shop for unique Jamaican treasures or purchase additional beverages or specialties, such as jerk chicken, which are available at the Chukka Bar & Grill.
Reboard your transportation and relax on the trip back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Maximum Guest weight is 220 pounds.
-Guests with limited mobility and those with neck and/or back conditions are not recommended to participate.
-Helmets are provided and are mandatory.
-Food and beverage options are not included but available for purchase during your visit.
-Guests are recommended to bring insect repellant, a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses.
-Lockers are available for a nominal fee.
Adult Price: $99 (ages 12 and up)

Chukka Horseback Ride and Swim with Dunn's River Falls and Lunch (5.5 - 6 hours)
Travel approximately 70 minutes along the scenic coastline in an air-conditioned mini bus to Dunn's River Falls.
Experience thrill and excitement as you have the option to climb this magnificent, 600-foot waterfall. During your climb, stop and enjoy the different water flows and savor the soothing effects of the water as it cascades to the sea.
Conclude your approximate 90-minute visit and reboard your transportation for an approximate 20-minute transfer to Chukka Cove Farm, the startup location of your next adventure.
Enjoy a Jamaica jerk grill barbeque lunch, included with this tour, before receiving a safety briefing.
Saddle up for the horseback ride and swim! During your approximate 40-minute ride, the experienced guides will educate you on the rich history, culture, flora and fauna.
Be caressed by the refreshing breeze of the Caribbean Sea as the trail takes you along the charming coastline overlooking the ocean to Chukka Beach. This is Chukka's signature tour which has stood the test of time for over 27 years as one of the most popular experiences in Jamaica.
Watch as your experienced guides unsaddle the mounts and prepare you for the amazing ride in the Caribbean Sea. Guests will be divided into small groups and take turns on an approximate 10-minute ride.
Reboard your transportation and relax on the trip back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Maximum Guest weight is 220 pounds.
-Guests should note that Dunn's River Falls is a natural feature, and a certain amount of agility needed to climb the falls. Guests must be at least 36" tall and should be able to maneuver steps over uneven, steep and wet terrain. Guests should make their own judgment before deciding to climb the falls, or to have children join them on the climb. It is optional to climb the falls and there are other alternatives to enjoy this natural attraction.
-Guests who are pregnant and those with neck, back, cardiovascular and respiratory conditions are not recommended to climb the falls; however they may still enjoy a dip in the water at Dunn's River Falls in the many entrances to the various lagoons found between the falls, utilizing the staircase located adjacent to the falls.
-Guests choosing to climb the falls are required to wear proper shoe attire. They must be fully secured and contain a rubber sole. Suggestions include teva sandals and water shoes, which can be brought from home. Water shoes can be purchased onboard the ship or rented at the falls. Rental fees are about $7 dollars in cash only. Prices vary and are subject to change.
-Helmets are provided and are mandatory.
-Guests are recommended to bring insect repellant, a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Lockers are available for a nominal fee.
-This tour may run in reverse order.
Adult Price: $141 (ages 12 and up)

Chukka Jungle River Tubing Safari (3 - 3.5 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to Good Hope Estate.
Receive a safety briefing from experienced river guides, who will also outfit you with all of your equipment for your approximate 70-minute river tubing journey ahead.
Experience the cool refreshing waters of the famous Martha Brae River and take a step back in time as you hear the adventures of the Spaniards and learn how they were outsmarted by the legendary witch for whom the river is named.
Conclude your refreshing adventure and choose to visit the Trading House, the only store of its kind in the Caribbean. Browse the unique souvenirs, and pottery, or shop for the authentic jerk seasoning made first on the plantation and spread to the world.
Reboard the transportation and relax on the trip back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests who had recent surgery and early expectant mothers are not recommended to participate.
•Guests are recommended to wear water shoes, and to bring insect repellant, a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard. •Life jackets are provided and are mandatory. •Lockers are available for a nominal fee. Adult Price: $79 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $49 (ages 6 to 9)


Chukka Taste of Jamaica at Good Hope Estate (3.5 - 4 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to Good Hope Estate.
Take a self-guided walk through one of the most sought-after great houses of the 18th century and discover ruins that were once the jewel of the Caribbean. The Good Hope Great House was built in the 1700s and has been restored in its entirety, with paintings, antiques and the lush surroundings of a 2,000-acre working enterprise.
Indulge in a buffet-style lunch inspired by the flavors of Jamaica. The menu includes crisp salad, herb rice and true Jamaican dishes highlighting distinctive spices such as curried chicken with mango chutney, escovietch fish made with fresh local catch and fried plantains, a true Jamaican favorite! A vegetarian option, a veggie bean stew, is also available. To finish it off, sample the sweet tastes of coconut drops and banana muffins that use fruits from in and around the estate. Lemongrass iced tea is also included.
Stop at the Trading House, the only store of its kind in the Caribbean, where you can shop for unique Jamaican-made souvenirs before returning to the cruise ship pier.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motor coach on their own. Guest must be able to negotiate 14 steps to enter the Great House.
Guests are recommended to bring insect repellant.
Adult Price: $69 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $49 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


Chukka Time Traveler Zip Line at Good Hope Estate (3.5 - 4 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth, en route to Good Hope Estate.
Receive a safety briefing from experienced guides and prepare for an exhilarating zip-line experience.
Gear up and take a short nature walk to the first platform, which is nestled on the hillside overlooking the treetops and jungle "canopy". Begin by soaring through the trees using an intricate system of harnesses, pulleys and carabiners on 5 horizontal traverses, while gazing at the surrounding jungle until you arrive at the next cliffside platform, located 45 feet above the ground.
View the stunning 18th-century plantation in the most unique way, soaring above orange fields and across the historic Martha Brae River with its stunning bamboo-lined river banks. Feel the adrenaline pumping as you ride over 1,000 feet of zip lines, taking you on a journey back through time for a bird's-eye view of old colonial ruins and a huge water wheel. Not to be outdone, nature offers you the visual treat of the mysterious blue-grey Cockpit Mountains as your backdrop.
Conclude your approximate 70-minute zip-line experience and enjoy some free time to browse for souvenirs and photos before reboarding your transportation and relaxing on the trip back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests who had recent surgery, early expectant mothers and those with neck and/or back conditions are not recommended to participate.
-Guests are required to wear knee-length shorts or pants and closed-toe shoes for the zipline portion of this tour.
-Guests are recommended to bring insect repellant, a hat, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Lockers are available for a nominal fee.
Adult Price: $99 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $89 (ages 8 to 9)


Chukka White Water Rafting (3 - 3.5 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 45-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to your startup point.
Receive a safety briefing from experienced river guides, who will also outfit you with all of the equipment for your adventure ahead.
Take an approximate 20-minute hike through the lush, tropical rainforest and emerge at a thunderous waterfall.
Board a 2- or 4-person inflatable raft with your internationally certified guide and navigate some of the best whitewater rapids the Caribbean has to offer during an approximate 45-minute trip. People typically think of Jamaica's beautiful beaches, but Jamaica's mountains soar to over 7,400 feet and make one of best adventure playgrounds in the Caribbean.
Complete your exhilarating experience and hike back to the base, where you'll have some free time to browse for souvenirs and photos.
Reboard the transportation and travel back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests who had recent surgery, early expectant mothers and those with neck and/or back conditions are not recommended to participate.
-Guests are recommended to wear water shoes, and to bring insect repellant, a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Life jackets and all safety equipment are provided and are mandatory.
-This tour may run in reverse order.
-Lockers are available for a nominal fee.
Adult Price: $82 (ages 12 and up)

Chukka Zipline Canopy and River Kayak (5.5 - 6 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to Good Hope Estate.
Receive a safety briefing from experienced river guides, who will also outfit you with all of your equipment for your approximate 70-minute single-kayak journey ahead.
Experience the cool clear waters of the famous Martha Brae River and take a step back in time as you hear the adventures of the Spaniards. Learn how they were outsmarted by the legendary witch for whom the river is named.
Enjoy a Jamaica jerk grill barbeque lunch, included with this tour, before receiving a safety briefing for your zipline experience.
Gear up and take a short nature walk to the first platform, which is nestled on the hillside overlooking the treetops and jungle "canopy".
Begin by soaring through the trees using an intricate system of harnesses, pulleys and carabiners on 5 horizontal traverses, while gazing at the surrounding jungle until you arrive at the next cliff side platform, 45 feet above the ground.
Conclude your approximate 90-minute zipline experience and enjoy some free time to browse for souvenirs and photos before reboarding your transportation and relaxing on the trip back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests who had recent surgery, early expectant mothers and those with neck and/or back conditions are not recommended to participate.
-Guests are required to wear closed toe shoes for the zipline portion of this tour.
-Guests are recommended to wear water shoes, and to bring insect repellant, a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Life jackets are provided and are mandatory.
-This tour may run in reverse order.
-Lockers are available for a nominal fee.
Adult Price: $129 (ages 12 and up)

Chukka Zipline Canopy and River Tubing (5.5 - 6 hours)
Depart the cruise ship pier on an informative and historical 25-minute drive through the town of Falmouth en route to Good Hope Estate.
Receive a safety briefing from experienced river guides, who will also outfit you with all of your equipment for your approximate 70-minute river tubing journey ahead.
Experience the cool clear waters of the famous Martha Brae River and take a step back in time as you hear the adventures of the Spaniards. Learn how they were outsmarted by the legendary witch for whom the river is named.
Enjoy a Jamaica jerk grill barbeque lunch, included with this tour, before receiving a safety briefing for your zipline experience.
Gear up and take a short nature walk to the first platform, which is nestled on the hillside overlooking the treetops and jungle "canopy".
Begin by soaring through the trees using an intricate system of harnesses, pulleys and carabineers on 5 horizontal traverses, while gazing at the surrounding jungle until you arrive at the next cliff side platform, 45 feet above the ground.
Conclude your approximate 90-minute zipline experience and enjoy some free time to browse for souvenirs and photos before reboarding your transportation and relaxing on the trip back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests who had recent surgery, early expectant mothers and those with neck and/or back conditions are not recommended to participate.
-Guests are required to wear closed toe shoes for the zipline portion of this tour.
-Guests are recommended to wear water shoes, bring insect repellant, a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Life jackets are provided and are mandatory.
-This tour may run in reverse order.
-Lockers are available for a nominal fee.
Adult Price: $125 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $99 (ages 8 to 9)


Dolphin Cove and Dunn's River Falls (6 - 6.5 hours)
Enjoy an approximate one-hour scenic drive in air-conditioned comfort aboard a coaster bus. Travel along Jamaica's beautiful coastline to the world famous Dunn's River Falls, where you will have the option to climb 600 feet of cool, refreshing water as it cascades over natural limestone terraces. Guides are provided to assist you when ascending the rushing waters, which plunge directly into the pristine Caribbean Sea.
Conclude your approximate 90-minute visit and invigorating experience, and take a quick transfer to Dolphin Cove, where you'll meet the friendly hostesses and enjoy a welcome fruit drink. This unique park, surrounded by lush tropical jungle, is home to a beautiful family of bottlenose dolphins, exotic birds, snakes and iguanas. Note: Guests will not interact with dolphins on this tour.
Explore the park for approximately 170 minutes and choose from a variety of attractions. Enjoy watching the dolphins at play in their natural habitat, the Caribbean Sea, or take a leisurely walk through the lush tropical jungle. You can also get an up-close experience with the beautiful and friendly birds, snakes and iguanas.
Mingle with and feed the colorful, free-flying lovebirds in the bird aviary. Interact with exotic sea creatures in the touch tank display. Enjoy a hands-on experience on how to make unique pottery at Wassi Arts at Dolphin Cove or watch in amazement as a local wood carver makes ordinary pieces of wood come to life.
Visit "Little Port Royal," a replica of Jamaica's most famous pirate "Haunt," and witness pirates roaming through town. Browse through the largest gift shop of any attraction in Jamaica, stocked with the widest range of dolphin souvenirs; visit the jewelry store and craft market for locally handcrafted items.
View the rambunctious and hilarious shark show and watch the stingrays in their lagoon as they gracefully glide by.
Enjoy a Jamaican-style buffet meal while listening to the rhythms of the Caribbean music. Sample the world-famous Blue Mountain Coffee® and liquors or have your hair braided and watch a local fashion show The choices are plentiful for you to learn about Jamaican culture and enjoy your surroundings.
Conclude your day of discoveries and fun, then relax on the trip back to Falmouth.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motor coach on their own. Guests won't be able to climb the falls and will observe from a distance.
-Guests should note that Dunn's River Falls is a natural feature, and a certain amount of agility needed to climb the falls. Guests must be at least 36" tall and should be able to maneuver steps over uneven, steep and wet terrain. Guests should make their own judgment before deciding to climb the falls, or to have children join them on the climb. It is optional to climb the falls and there are other alternatives to enjoy this natural attraction.
-Guests who are pregnant and those with neck, back, cardiovascular and respiratory conditions are not recommended to climb the falls; however they may still enjoy a dip in the water at Dunn's River Falls in the many entrances to the various lagoons found between the falls, utilizing the staircase located adjacent to the falls.
-Guests choosing to climb the falls are required to wear proper shoe attire. They must be fully secured and contain a rubber sole. Suggestions include teva sandals and water shoes, which can be brought from home. Water shoes can be purchased onboard the ship or rented at the falls. Rental fees are about $7 dollars in cash only. Prices vary and are subject to change.
-The order of the sites may vary and/or run in reverse.
-Food and beverage options may include green salad, hot pasta, jerk chicken, bammy (made from cassava), festival corn meal dumplings, hamburgers and hot dogs. Beverages: water and a fruit drink are served at lunch.
-Guests are recommended to bring a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Lockers are available for rent at both locations.
Adult Price: $91 (ages 10 and up) Child Price: $71 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)

Dolphin Encounter and Dunn's River Falls (6 - 6.5 hours)
Enjoy an approximate one-hour scenic drive in air-conditioned comfort aboard a coaster bus. Travel along Jamaica's beautiful coastline to the world famous Dunn's River Falls, where you will have the option to climb 600 feet of cool, refreshing water as it cascades over natural limestone terraces. Guides are provided to assist you when ascending the rushing waters, which plunge directly into the pristine Caribbean Sea.
Conclude your approximate 90-minute visit and invigorating experience, and take a quick transfer to Dolphin Cove, where you'll meet the friendly hostesses and enjoy a welcome fruit drink. This unique park, surrounded by lush tropical jungle, is home to a beautiful family of bottlenose dolphins, exotic birds, snakes and iguanas.
Participate in a brief orientation and then enter the world of one of nature's most fascinating creatures: dolphins. Get to know these gentle creatures during an approximate 15-minute interaction from a platform in shallow water, experience the emotion as you caress these beautiful animals; enjoy a splash and even a kiss or 2.
Conclude this unique activity and spend approximately 110 minutes enjoying a variety of unique experiences.
Mingle with and feed the colorful, free-flying lovebirds in the bird aviary. Interact with exotic sea creatures in the touch tank display. Enjoy a hands-on experience on how to make unique pottery at Wassi Arts at Dolphin Cove or watch in amazement as a local wood carver makes ordinary pieces of wood come to life.
Visit "Little Port Royal," a replica of Jamaica's most famous pirate "Haunt," and witness pirates roaming through town. Browse through the largest gift shop of any attraction in Jamaica, stocked with the widest range of dolphin souvenirs. Visit the jewelry store and craft market for locally handcrafted items.
View the rambunctious and hilarious shark show and watch the stingrays in their lagoon as they gracefully glide by.
Enjoy a Jamaican-style buffet meal while listening to the rhythms of the Caribbean music. Sample the world-famous Blue Mountain Coffee® and liquors or have your hair braided and watch a local fashion show. The choices are plentiful for you to learn about the Jamaican culture and enjoy your surroundings.
Conclude your day of discoveries and fun, then relax on the trip back to Falmouth.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motor coach on their own. Guests won't be able to climb the falls and will observe from a distance.
-Guests should note that Dunn's River Falls is a natural feature, and a certain amount of agility needed to climb the falls. Guests must be at least 36" tall and should be able to maneuver steps over uneven, steep and wet terrain. Guests should make their own judgment before deciding to climb the falls, or to have children join them on the climb. It is optional to climb the falls and there are other alternatives to enjoy this natural attraction.
-Guests who are pregnant and those with neck, back, cardiovascular and respiratory conditions are not recommended to climb the falls; however they may still enjoy a dip in the water at Dunn's River Falls in the many entrances to the various lagoons found between the falls, utilizing the staircase located adjacent to the falls.
-Guests choosing to climb the falls are required to wear proper shoe attire. They must be fully secured and contain a rubber sole. Suggestions include teva sandals and water shoes, which can be brought from home. Water shoes can be purchased onboard the ship or rented at the falls. Rental fees are about $7 dollars in cash only. Prices vary and are subject to change.
-Children ages 5 and under need to be accompanied by an adult also booked on the same experience. Children ages 6 and up can participate in the program if an adult is booked on the Dolphin Cove and Dunn's River Falls.
-The order of the sites may vary and/or run in reverse.
-Food and beverage options may include green salad, hot pasta, jerk chicken, bammy (made from cassava), festival corn meal dumplings, hamburgers and hot dogs. Beverages: water and a fruit drink are served at lunch.
-Guests are recommended to bring a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Lockers are available for rent at both locations.
Adult Price: $111 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $91 (ages 3 to 9)
Infant Price: $0 (ages 0 to 2)


Dolphin Swim and Dunn's River Falls (6 - 6.5 hours)
Enjoy an approximate one-hour scenic drive in air-conditioned comfort aboard a coaster bus. Travel along Jamaica's beautiful coastline to the world famous Dunn's River Falls, where you will have the option to climb 600 feet of cool, refreshing water as it cascades over natural limestone terraces. Guides are provided to assist you when ascending the rushing waters, which plunge directly into the pristine Caribbean Sea.
Conclude your approximate 90-minute visit and invigorating experience, and take a quick transfer to Dolphin Cove, where you'll meet the friendly hostesses and enjoy a welcome fruit drink. This unique park, surrounded by lush tropical jungle, is home to a beautiful family of bottlenose dolphins, exotic birds, snakes and iguanas.
Participate in a brief orientation and then enter the world of one of nature's most fascinating creatures: dolphins. Get to know these gentle creatures during an approximate 20-minute interaction in deep water, experience the thrill of "riding" the dolphin belly to belly. Dance, sing, play and even enjoy a kiss or two.
Conclude this unique activity and spend approximately 110 minutes enjoying a variety of unique experiences.
Mingle with and feed the colorful free-flying lovebirds in the bird aviary. Interact with exotic sea creatures in the touch tank display. Enjoy a hands-on experience on how to make unique pottery at Wassi Arts at Dolphin Cove or watch in amazement as a local wood carver makes ordinary pieces of wood come to life.
Visit "Little Port Royal," a replica of Jamaica's most famous pirate "Haunt," and witness pirates roaming through town. Browse through the largest gift shop of any attraction in Jamaica, stocked with the widest range of dolphin souvenirs; visit the jewelry store and craft market for locally handcrafted items.
View the rambunctious and hilarious shark show and watch the stingrays in their lagoon as they gracefully glide by.
Enjoy a Jamaican-style buffet meal while listening to the rhythms of the Caribbean music. Sample the world famous Blue Mountain Coffee® and liquors or have your hair braided and watch a local fashion show. The choices are plentiful for you to learn about the Jamaican culture and enjoy your surroundings.
Conclude your day of discoveries and fun, then relax on the trip back to Falmouth.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motor coach on their own. Guests won't be able to climb the falls and will observe from a distance.
-Guests should note that Dunn's River Falls is a natural feature, and a certain amount of agility needed to climb the falls. Guests must be at least 36" tall and should be able to maneuver steps over uneven, steep and wet terrain. Guests should make their own judgment before deciding to climb the falls, or to have children join them on the climb. It is optional to climb the falls and there are other alternatives to enjoy this natural attraction.
-Guests who are pregnant and those with neck, back, cardiovascular and respiratory conditions are not recommended to climb the falls; however they may still enjoy a dip in the water at Dunn's River Falls in the many entrances to the various lagoons found between the falls, utilizing the staircase located adjacent to the falls.
-Guests choosing to climb the falls are required to wear proper shoe attire. They must be fully secured and contain a rubber sole. Suggestions include teva sandals and water shoes, which can be brought from home. Water shoes can be purchased onboard the ship or rented at the falls. Rental fees are about $7 dollars in cash only. Prices vary and are subject to change.
-Children ages 8 and up must be able to swim and can participate in the program if an adult is booked on the same tour or the Dolphin Cove and Dunn's River Falls tour.
-Life vests are provided and mandatory.
-The order of the sites may vary and/or run in reverse.
-Food and beverage options may include green salad, hot pasta, jerk chicken, bammy (made from cassava), festival corn meal dumplings, hamburgers and hot dogs. Beverages: water and a fruit drink are served at lunch.
-Guests are recommended to bring a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Lockers are available for rent on both locations.
Adult Price: $157 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $8 to 9)


Dolphin Trainer For a Day (6 - 6.5 hours)
Enjoy an approximate one-hour scenic drive in air-conditioned comfort aboard a coaster bus, along Jamaica's beautiful coastline, to Dolphin Cove. You'll be met by a professional animal trainer, then given an orientation as well as a Trainer-for-the-Day kit, which includes a notebook, pen and—most importantly—your whistle.
Follow your trainer, who will take you behind the scenes to discover the secret lives of dolphins. Assist in food preparation, intimate feeding and behavior interaction with dolphins, sharks and stingrays while being educated with hands-on training techniques used by the professionals.
Join a dolphin-training session and experience the power and grace of one of the world's most intellectual creatures. "Dolphin Trainer for a Day" gives you the dual satisfaction of fun learning, while enjoying an adventure as you discover dolphins in a totally new way.
Enjoy a complete swim program and experience the thrill of the belly to belly ride. Have the opportunity to learn about other sea creatures and the training techniques of sharks and stingrays. Have pictures taken as you hold and feed the gentle stingrays and the fascinating sharks.
Enjoy a Jamaican-style buffet meal, always accompanied by a professional animal trainer who will remain with you throughout the day.
Complete your fun-filled and educational day and you'll be presented with a Sea Keeper certificate, a memento of your first day as an animal trainer. Let's see if a career working with dolphins and other marine animals is for you!
Relax on the trip back to Falmouth.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motor coach on their own.
-Guests who are expecting and those with neck, back, cardiovascular and respiratory condition should not participate.
-Guests must be able to swim and must be in good physical condition.
-Food and beverage options may include green salad, hot pasta, jerk chicken, bammy (made from cassava), festival corn meal dumplings, hamburgers and hot dogs. Beverages: water and a fruit drink are served at lunch.
-Guests are recommended to bring a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Lockers are available for rent.
Adult Price: $299 (ages 10 and up)

Dolphin Trek and Dunn's River Falls (6 - 6.5 hours)
Enjoy an approximate one-hour scenic drive in air-conditioned comfort aboard a coaster bus. Travel along Jamaica's beautiful coastline to the world famous Dunn's River Falls, where you will have the option to climb 600 feet of cool, refreshing water as it cascades over natural limestone terraces. Guides are provided to assist you when ascending the rushing waters, which plunge directly into the pristine Caribbean Sea.
Conclude your approximate 90-minute visit and invigorating experience, and take a quick transfer to Dolphin Cove, where you'll meet the friendly hostesses and enjoy a welcome fruit drink. This unique park, surrounded by lush tropical jungle, is home to a beautiful family of bottlenose dolphins, exotic birds, snakes and iguanas.
Enjoy an amazing view of one of the natural Dolphin Lagoons as you are escorted to Dolphin Trek Island. After a safety briefing, you will be ready to begin an approximate 20-minute experience like none other. Dolphin Trek, with Sea Trek helmet, is the ultimate sea trek program where participants can walk approximately 15 feet underwater while surrounded by dolphins. Dolphin Trek offers the most innovative, intimate dolphin encounter on the planet! Enjoy the exciting underwater world and colorful sea life as you explore the bottom of the natural dolphin lagoon. Enjoy an underwater kiss and hold your friendly dolphin for an underwater picture. Dolphin Trek is all dolphins, all the time!
Conclude this unique activity and spend approximately 110 minutes enjoying a variety of unique experiences.
Mingle with and feed the colorful free-flying lovebirds in the bird aviary. Interact with exotic sea creatures in the touch tank display. Enjoy a hands-on experience on how to make unique pottery at Wassi Arts at Dolphin Cove or watch in amazement as a local wood carver makes ordinary pieces of wood come to life.
Visit "Little Port Royal," a replica of Jamaica's most famous pirate "Haunt," and witness pirates roaming through town. Browse through the largest gift shop of any attraction in Jamaica, stocked with the widest range of dolphin souvenirs; visit the jewelry store and craft market for locally hand-crafted items.
View the rambunctious and hilarious shark show and watch the stingrays in their lagoon as they gracefully glide by.
Enjoy a Jamaican-style buffet meal while listening to the rhythms of the Caribbean music. Sample the world famous Blue Mountain Coffee® and liquors or have your hair braided and watch a local fashion show. The choices are plentiful for you to learn about the Jamaican culture and enjoy your surroundings.
Conclude your day of discoveries and fun, then relax on the trip back to Falmouth.
-Wheelchairs need to be standard size and collapsible; no electric wheelchairs/scooters are permitted. Guests must be able to board and disembark the motor coach on their own. Guests won't be able to climb the falls and will observe from a distance.
-Guests should note that Dunn's River Falls is a natural feature, and a certain amount of agility needed to climb the falls. Guests must be at least 36" tall and should be able to maneuver steps over uneven, steep and wet terrain. Guests should make their own judgment before deciding to climb the falls, or to have children join them on the climb. It is optional to climb the falls and there are other alternatives to enjoy this natural attraction.
-Guests who are pregnant and those with neck, back, cardiovascular and respiratory conditions are not recommended to climb the falls; however they may still enjoy a dip in the water at Dunn's River Falls in the many entrances to the various lagoons found between the falls, utilizing the staircase located adjacent to the falls.
-Guests choosing to climb the falls are required to wear proper shoe attire. They must be fully secured and contain a rubber sole. Suggestions include teva sandals and water shoes, which can be brought from home. Water shoes can be purchased onboard the ship or rented at the falls. Rental fees are about $7 dollars in cash only. Prices vary and are subject to change.
-Children ages 8 and up can participate in the program if an adult is booked on the same tour.
-The order of the sites may vary and/or run in reverse.
-Food and beverage options may include green salad, hot pasta, jerk chicken, bammy (made from cassava), festival corn meal dumplings, hamburgers and hot dogs. Beverages: water and a fruit drink are served at lunch.
-Guests are recommended to bring a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Lockers are available for rent at both locations.
Adult Price: $212 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $171 (ages 8 to 9)


Dunn's River Falls Express (4 - 4.5 hours)
Travel approximately 70 minutes along the scenic coastline in an air-conditioned mini bus to Dunn's River Falls.
Enjoy commentary from your guide during the trip, learning about the history of Falmouth and the island nation of Jamaica.
Experience thrill and excitement as you have the option to climb this magnificent, 600-foot waterfall. During your climb, stop and enjoy the different water flows and soak in the soothing effects of the water as it cascades to the sea.
Conclude your approximate 80-minute visit and reboard your transportation for the relaxing trip back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests should note that Dunn's River Falls is a natural feature, and a certain amount of agility needed to climb the falls. Guests must be at least 36" tall and should be able to maneuver steps over uneven, steep and wet terrain. Guests should make their own judgment before deciding to climb the falls, or to have children join them on the climb. It is optional to climb the falls and there are other alternatives to enjoy this natural attraction.
-Guests who are pregnant and those with neck, back, cardiovascular and respiratory conditions are not recommended to climb the falls; however they may still enjoy a dip in the water at Dunn's River Falls in the many entrances to the various lagoons found between the falls, utilizing the staircase located adjacent to the falls.
-Guests choosing to climb the falls are required to wear proper shoe attire. They must be fully secured and contain a rubber sole. Suggestions include teva sandals and water shoes, which can be brought from home. Water shoes can be purchased onboard the ship or rented at the falls. Rental fees are about $7 dollars in cash only. Prices vary and are subject to change.
-Guests are recommended to bring insect repellant, a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Lockers are available for a nominal fee.
Adult Price: $71 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $51 (ages 6 to 9)


Dunn's River Falls Express with Lunch (4 - 4.5 hours)
Travel approximately 70 minutes along the scenic coastline in an air-conditioned mini bus to Dunn's River Falls.
Enjoy commentary from your guide during the trip, learning about the history of Falmouth and the island nation of Jamaica.
Experience thrill and excitement as you have the option to climb this magnificent, 600-foot waterfall. During your climb, stop and enjoy the different water flows and soak in the soothing effects of the water as it cascades to the sea.
Conclude your approximate 80-minute visit and reboard your transportation for a short transfer to where you'll enjoy a Jamaican-style jerk chicken lunch.
Conclude lunch and reboard your transportation for the relaxing trip back to the pier.
-Guests must be ambulatory. Wheelchairs (collapsible or electric) are not permitted. Tour operators will deny participation to Guests arriving in wheelchairs or electric scooters.
-Guests should note that Dunn's River Falls is a natural feature, and a certain amount of agility needed to climb the falls. Guests must be at least 36" tall and should be able to maneuver steps over uneven, steep and wet terrain. Guests should make their own judgment before deciding to climb the falls, or to have children join them on the climb. It is optional to climb the falls and there are other alternatives to enjoy this natural attraction.
-Guests who are pregnant and those with neck, back, cardiovascular and respiratory conditions are not recommended to climb the falls; however they may still enjoy a dip in the water at Dunn's River Falls in the many entrances to the various lagoons found between the falls, utilizing the staircase located adjacent to the falls.
-Guests choosing to climb the falls are required to wear proper shoe attire. They must be fully secured and contain a rubber sole. Suggestions include teva sandals and water shoes, which can be brought from home. Water shoes can be purchased onboard the ship or rented at the falls. Rental fees are about $7 dollars in cash only. Prices vary and are subject to change.
-Guests are recommended to bring insect repellant, a change of clothing, towels, hats, sunscreen lotion and sunglasses. Jewelry and other valuables should be left onboard.
-Food and beverage options include hush puppies, jerk chicken and a fruit drink or soft drink.
-Lockers are available for a nominal fee.
Adult Price: $81 (ages 10 and up)
Child Price: $61 (ages 6 to 9)

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