Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
The cool mountain waters plunge 600 feet to smooth limestone beds, then stream under the roadway before mingling with the turquoise Caribbean Sea. Whether you climb the falls or swim in the chilly eddies on the ocean side, you’re sure to remember this place.
Ocho Rios things to do
Outside the resorts, Ocho Rios hosts two of Jamaica’s most famous attractions: Jamaica’s most famous waterfalls – Dunn’s River Falls that drop 695 feet directly into the ocean — and Dolphin Cove, where visitors can swim with dolphins, sharks, and stingrays.
Swimming with the Dolphins at Dolphin Cove Ocho Rios
Dolphin Cove Ocho Rios is a a magnificent property located around 10 minutes from central Ocho Rios. Visitors to Jamaica have the opportunity to swim with these remarkable creatures in their natural habitat. Visitors also have the opportunity to to swim, hold, fee and learn about the evolutionary secrets of the Caribbean sharks.
Blue Hole Jamaica – Ocho Rios’ Hidden Gem
Blue Hole Jamaica otherwise known as the Irie Blue Hole or the Secret Falls is located in the hills of Jamaica on the border of the parishes of St. Ann and St. Mary, around 25 minutes from the town of Ocho Rios.
Chukka Caribbean Adventure’s Zion Bus Line
Jamaican Country Bus, the “Zion Bus Line”, will take you on a unique tour from Island Village in Ocho Rios, via Claremont to the birth and final resting place of the King of Reggae, Bob Marley.