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Activities in Jamaica

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#21 Shakara

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    Posted 02 March 2010 - 09:23 AM

    Originally Posted by TA Maureen
    Some excursions are easier to get to depending where in Jamaica you are staying.

    If you are in Negril you should take ina a sunset and watch the cliff divers (maybe even jump yourself) at Rick's Cafe. If you want to see waterfalls go to YS Falls. Other than that lay back relax and enjoy the beach. You're in Negril, mon!

    If you are really into leaving the resort and having lots of excursions and activities in the area then Ocho Rios is the place for you!
    Famous Dunn's River Falls
    Coyaba Gardens and Mahoe Falls
    Dolphin Cove
    All new and thrilling Mystic Mountain (ziplining, bobsledding, and aerial trams)
    Martha Brae River Rafting
    Shopping and Margaritaville

    You can still do these activities from Mo' Bay just keep in mind you will have a longer travel time so they may be all day excursions rather than a few hours.

    If you would like to customize your own group excursion, give Norma a call at Lee's Tours.
    These are great ones Maureen! I also noticed that no one has mentioned Roaring river! They give a really great tour and a lot of history about it. Supposedly this river has "healing powers" We actually went in there. They also had marijuana trees everywhere... it was pretty funny! It's not far from Rick's cafe. We rode a moped from Roaring river over to Ricks.

    #22 MrsWWhite

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      Posted 28 March 2013 - 08:01 PM

      Thanks ladies!

      #23 sarahandjake13

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        Posted 01 April 2013 - 06:42 PM

        We were in Jamaica last year and absolutely LOVED the Ziplining tour.  It was a lot of fun!!  I'm trying to remember what tour company it was... I almost want to say it was JTL, but I can't remember.  We set up the excursion through the resort. It was around $80-90 per person.

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