Cruise down Jamaica’s largest navigable river on a Black River Safari. Ride in comfort in a safari boat as you take in the abundance of nature and learn about this important ecosystem. The Black River showcases majestic Red Mangroves and thatch palms. It is also home to the American Crocodile, over 100 species of exotic birds, crabs and a variety of fresh water fish. Surely nature lovers will love this one-of-a-kind expedition.
Straight up, with cola, or in cocktails there is no wrong way to drink Jamaican rum!
See Jamaica’s oldest sugar estate and distillery on an informative guided tour. Appleton Estate is a Jamaican legacy. Located in the Cockpit County, Jamaica’s largest remaining contiguous rainforest, the estate dates back to Sir Francis Dickenson in 1655. Changing hands over the years, Appleton Estate Rum has been produced here since 1749. In addition to learning about rum production, you will see the traditional distillation methods using 200-year-old copper pot stills. You may also taste an array of different rums produced on the estate. Sample fresh sugar cane juice and molasses. And of course, drink plenty of the rum! Taste the passion that goes into every drop at Appleton Estate Rum Distillery.
YS Falls has so much to offer. Each of the seven waterfalls empties into a refreshing natural spring pool. Here you can also relax in a lush garden, take a zip line ride through the forest canopy, race down the river in a river tube and explore endless walking trails. At YS Falls you will be accompanied by experienced guides, attraction attendants, and area lifeguards. Pack a picnic and spend the day at YS Falls.
Hop on a catamaran out to Floyd’s Pelican Bar located just off the coast of St. Elizabeth. The bar is unlike anything you have ever seen! Made of driftwood, palm fronds, bric-a-brac and scrap wood. Get engulfed by the Caribbean sea while sipping cocktails. Located one mile offshore the Pelican Bar is literally an oasis rising from the sea. Mingle with locals and travelers alike. And make sure to enjoy some local fish and fresh lobster with your cold beer.