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Cruise Ship Tours:
Island Tours:
Private Tours
Day Tours From:
Montego Bay
Negril & Lucea
Ocho Rios & Runaway Bay


Tour Description

Departing from your cruise pier in Montego Bay, your knowledgeable and courteous guide will get you on board the comfortable transportation for a delightful pleasant drive to Ocho Rios. Along the scenic and beautiful ride along the north coastline, you will make a stop at the Columbus Park in Discovery Bay. This is where Christopher Columbus first landed in Jamaica. Your guide will tell you how this once little fishing village became a popular cruise ship port and explain the interesting historical artifacts displayed. The transportation will continue through Runaway Bay and St. Ann's Bay before arriving in Ocho Rios.

In Ocho Rios, you will have time for shopping bargains in the towns many duty-free stores and craft markets. Then the transportation will continue just up the road to Dunn's River Falls. These 600ft high waterfalls are one of Jamaica's national treasures. And you will love to climb them!
Your trained river falls guide will give you tips on how to climb the rock stairs and then lead the group in a human chain against stream up to the top. Along the way, you may stop at one of the calm pools and sit under the cascading water to get your free water massage. If you would rather not climb the falls, you may wait at the bottom and watch the people on their way to the top.
Your transportation will take you back to the pier.

Columbus Park

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 artefacts 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 harbours 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.

Dunns River Falls

Dunn's River Falls is one of Jamaica's national treasures. Globally, it is as well-known as Reggae and equally stimulating. There are few places where the Arawak name "Xayamaca" - land of rivers and springs - is more apt. The Spaniards called the area "Las Chorreras" - the waterfalls or springs - and it is truly one of the most beautiful spots on the island. A stone's throw from Ocho Rios, one of Jamaica's fastest growing resort centres, Dunn's River Falls is unique. Described as a living and growing phenomenon, it continuously regenerates itself from deposits of travertine rock, the result of precipitation of calcium carbonate from the river, as it flows over the falls. The small dome-shaped cataracts are usually associated with thermal spring activity found in limestone caves. This, combined with its location near to the sea, gives Dunn's River the distinction of being the only one of its kind in the Caribbean, if not the world.

Ocho Rios

The name "Ocho Rios" has two possible origins: it is either a direct translation from Spanish meaning "eight rivers" or an adulteration of "las chorreras" (the spouts), reflecting the large number of waterfalls in the area. Ocho Rios is located in St. Ann's parish about 60 miles from Annotto to Discovery Bay on a half-moon shaped cove in the middle of Jamaica's northern coastline. It was formerly a fishing port and was also known for its banana exports. Now it is a pretty resort town with stunning waterfalls and beaches and interesting colonial-period buildings like the Geddes Memorial Church and the Anglican Church. The town's business and commercial center is Pineapple Place.

When not indulging in the many activities available--horseback riding, polo, golf, tennis, shopping, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, swimming or sunbathing--there are a number of interesting sights worth seeing in the environs of Ocho Rios: