Konoko Fall Tour
High above the sun-drenched seashores and bustling fray of Ocho Rios, the lush Konoko Falls and Park are loaded with countless species of tropical flora and birds and streams that tumble into gentle waterfalls.
The excellent on-site museum traces Jamaica’s original settlers’ history and culture, the Tainos and Arawaks.
Irie Blue Hole & Secrets Falls
The Irie Blue Hole Falls, located in Ocho Rios, is one of the most sorts of attractions on the island. Are you a thrill-seeker? Then that is the perfect area for you. You can rock dive into the river, wave from a Tarzan rope into the river, climb behind the waterfalls, examine the caves, hike along the river or jump into various swimming pools.
There are several unknown waterfalls in Jamaica, but Ocho Rios’ secret is the most convenient item. Travel eastern of the Ocho Rios town for almost 4 miles, pass through local societies, and then head into the farm hills till we get to the remote Irie Blue & Secret Falls attraction. The Blue Hole is vast and a lot of fun for good swimmers and divers of all ages.
Luminous Lagoon Glistening Water Tour
The luminous Lagoon is a world-famous body of water all because of one astonishing little feature: It glows. Literally. From dusk onwards you get to glimpse the wonderful sight as waves and movements cause the water to glow a beautiful blue, highlighting life and objects in the water. No, this water isn’t magic and it isn’t the fountain of youth. It is all explained by looking a little closer.
Millions of micro-organisms called ‘dinoflagellates’ call the Lagoon home because of its shallow, warm water. However, while living and thriving in the lagoon’s water they also provide quite the show through their defense mechanism of giving off bioluminescent light whenever they are moved.
- 1 Day
- Age 10+
- Ocho Rios, St. Ann