Experience the real Jamaica in our zebra-striped safari Jeeps. We'll take you up to the highest viewpoint, Murphy Hill (2,000 feet above sea level) to look down upon Ocho Rios, the cruise ship pier, the Blue Mountains, and, on a clear day, Cuba. You'll pass through small villages, where you'll learn the history of old churches and see local marketplaces. During this tour, you'll visit one of Jamaica's largest estates, observing a working cattle station and a small coffee plantation. Taste and learn about our fruits and Jamaica's great history. The highlight of your tour will be the Dunn's River Falls, where you can climb the 600-foot cascades. Get Wet! Enjoy! Yeah Mon! You have just seen the best Jamaica has to offer.
Note: Participants must be at least 6 years of age and weigh no more than 300 lbs. This tour is not recommended for guests with heart, neck/ back problems or pregnant women. Tour sequence may vary.
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Customer Reviews for Chukka 4 X 4 Safari To Dunn's River Falls
Review 1 for Chukka 4 X 4 Safari To Dunn's River Falls
Date:May 23, 2012
Contrary to 1st Review
Yes there are other people there. You hold hands so you can maintain your balance as there is no way you could get up some of the rocks/falls without a helping hand. I saw one guy try it on his own and fell pretty hard. So it is not to keep others from cutting in so you either had a bad guide (which I find hard to believe) or you didn't enjoy it for whatever reason. It's on my "have to do again" list.
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Review 2 for Chukka 4 X 4 Safari To Dunn's River Falls
I traveled with:Family
Cruise Date Month:April
Cruise Date Year:2011
Date:April 19, 2012
Disappointing Dunn's River Falls
When we went on the Dunn's River Fall excursion, we did not go on the safari. So, this review is for Dunn's River Falls only. It is a beautiful, amazing experience. However, there are 100's of people there. You are shoulder to shoulder, taking 1 step every 30 seconds because there are so many people. You have a guide that encourages you to hold hands with people on either side of you. They say it is for safety, but it is so other groups won't cut in front of you. It is hard to balance when you are being tugged from people on either side of you. The guides don't want to lose you because they are taking photos of you along the way and they want to sell them to you at the end (and of course they want their tip). However, toward the top there are a little less people, so you have a chance to enjoy the falls a little (if you can get away from your guide). Dunn's River Falls is a beautiful experience, IF you can be sure there isn't going to be 100's of other people enjoying it with you. They should make a policy in the park to limit the amount of people allowed in at one time.