Dunn's River Falls Express with Lunch (FA30) SummaryFalmouth, Jamaica
Experience thrill and excitement as you climb the magnificent 600-foot Dunn’s River Falls, enjoying the soothing effects of the water as it cascades to the sea. Next, savor a delicious Jamaican-style jerk chicken lunch.This port adventure was first found on 06-25-2014 and was last updated on 04-19-2021.
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|FellowCollector||Sailed: December 14, 2014|
|Submitted: January 8, 2015|
|From Falmouth, Jamaica, we did Dunn's River Falls Express with Lunch. It was about an hour bus ride to the Falls, but it went fast because our guide talked about the history of Jamaica and pointed out landmarks. Once we got there, there was a half hour to change into swimsuits or buy splash shoes; it’s just easier to wear your swimsuit underneath your clothes and wear your water shoes for the excursion. It was then a bit chaotic breaking down into smaller groups and being put with a waterfall guide before heading off. There was heavy rain for days before we arrived, so there was more rushing water than normal, but it really isn’t a difficult 600-foot climb. The guide stops at each pool level to wait for everyone to catch up, and they take a lot of pictures and video for you to purchase later for $8 and $40, respectively. We didn’t know about this in advance so didn’t have enough cash on hand after tipping the bus and waterfall guides, so we wasted a lot of time waiting for others to get about half a dozen pictures each taken. We were hungry because it was lunchtime, but would have preferred returning to the ship to eat; there were cats and peacocks in and around the gazebo where we ate at picnic tables. We were almost back to the pier anyway where the tour stops for lunch; the jerk chicken with rice and slaw was pretty standard buffet fare, and it was really rushed; just get off the bus, eat quick, and get back on! We chose to eat a little to hold us over, but still went to Cabanas upon return for salad. But, it may have been nicer if we had some time to explore the grounds.|
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