[Shared] Dunn’s River Falls and Luminous Lagoon Combo
WOW! The first stop will be at Dunn’s River Falls where you negotiating your way up the breathtaking Dunn’s River Falls for a hike lasting approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. Then you will have late lunch before going to Luminous Lagoon for an after dark tour and glowing water.
Dunn’s River Falls: A rare experience awaits you as your tour guide take you to the world famous Dunn’s River Falls. By now, you should be wearing your swimsuits so all you have to do is to meet with your resident guide, go through the briefing, sign the waiver form and get on with the fun at hand. Your friendly resident guide will walk you do to the beach where the tour starts. The total climb from the beach to the top is approximately 600ft (183 meters). There are pools along the way where you will stop for photo shoots. If you are unable to complete the climb it’s no problem – there are exit points along the way. Your total time at Dunn’s River Falls will be approx. 1 hour 45 minutes. Feel free to ask your tour guide just to point out the areas of the falls that featured in the James Bond movie (Doctor No).
Lunch: We will make a stop at one of our popular local restaurants so you can enjoy a feast of authentic jerk chicken (Extra cost).
Luminous Lagoon: The Luminous Lagoon is a very rare gem, so rare that this natural glistening water is only found in only four countries in the world with Jamaica been one of the four. The Luminous Lagoon holds the record of been the brightest of the four due to Jamaicas’ consistent tropical climatic condition. As you get on the terrace you will be greeted by a Glistening Waters Representative who welcomes you and take you directly to the bar where you are served a healthy drink of rum punch or fruit punch (take your pick). You will also be feted briefly with age old Jamaican dance moves – a mix of the African and British dance cultures (Entertainment on hold at present). At the end of the entertainment, which is about 6:45pm you will board your boat (The boats have low sides and outboard engines) and set out for a one hour adventure. Get your cameras ready to take photos of the fishes as they pass by with a glow! Word has it that if you swim in the water it makes you look 10 years younger! Be sure to take your swimsuits and towels along with you in case you wish to take a short swim. Your captain is very knowledgeable and will give you all the history – feel free to engage.
Rose Hall Great house (Pass by without stopping): This Rose Hall Great House is an early 18th century plantation home that sits on a high elevation on thousands of acres in Rose Hall, Montego Bay. The Rose Hall Great House was once owned by the famous and certainly one of the wickedest plantation owners to walk the land of Jamaica, Annie Palmer. She owned hundreds of slaves. This house became haunted after her gruesome death in 1831. The house is scary to look at even in the daytime. There is no stop at the Rose Hall Great House on your way to Negril however, your tour guide will tell you the history and slow down so that you can take photos.
Greenwood Great House (Pass by without stopping): The Greenwood Great House (Plantation home) was constructed in the early 18th Century. Like most, if not all the other Great Houses in Jamaica, the Greenwood Great House was built at high elevation. One could say that this was a strategy used back in the plantation era as a means of overlooking the plantation and also for security purposes. This house, unlike the Rose Hall Great House, is not haunted but of a more peaceful and relaxing atmosphere. The history and the architecture of the house is what will blow you away. As you pass by, feel free to take photos when your tour guide slows down.
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