We know it can be an overwhelming process deciding which tour is best for you and your family to go on while visiting Jamaica. Here is a list of our top 5 Jamaica adventure tours to help you make your decision before you arrive in Jamaica:
1. Montego Bay Highlight Day Tour
This tour is a wonderful for those looking to visit a great mix of cultural sightseeing and adventure spots in Montego Bay, such as Sam Sharpe Square, Richmond Hill Inn, an authentic jerk spot, such as Scotchie’s and Margaritaville for some fun in the sun and tropical drinks! To learn more, visit http://bit.ly/XD9wvH.
2. Blue Hole Secret Falls Tour
Blue Hole Secret Falls in Ocho Rios is unique for many reasons. Firstly it is enjoyed by locals and tourists alike, which is very rare. And secondly, because it is a hidden 20’ waterfall waiting to be discovered in the rain forest of Ocho Rios. At the Blue Hole you can jump, swim, or dive into the refreshing turquoise pools below or go tubing down the White River. In addition, afterwards shopping in Ocho Rios can be arranged. For more info, visit http://bit.ly/PoAClZ.
3. Dunn’s River Falls Tour
Dunn’s River Falls (A.K.A. “Niagara of the Carribean”) is an incredible 600-foot cascading waterfalls challenge, where you will be professionally guided in a human daisy chain up 600-feet of stunning waterfalls in beautiful Ocho Rios, Jamaica. To learn more, visit http://bit.ly/1d5wUZQ.
4. Negril Sunset Day Tour
Our Negril Sunset Day Tour explores some of the best that Negril has to offer, including: stops at the world famous Seven Mile Beach, Margaritaville, shopping, and Rick’s Café for some cliff diving and dining on their patio, while listening to live reggae music and watching professional cliff divers. For more info, visit http://bit.ly/1kmKXYf.
5. Luminous Lagoon Night Tour
During our Luminous Lagoon Night Tour you will get a once in a lifetime chance to take a guided boat tour into the luminous lagoon at night and swim in the glistening warm luminescent water where you’ll get to see you and your friends and families’ shadows, as well as fish, and have photos taken. For more info, visit http://bit.ly/2lmLDsp.