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Jamaica Dunn's River Falls Party Cruise with Snorkeling

Highlights
  • All-inclusive catamaran party cruise to Dunn’s River Falls
  • Enjoy a Jamaican-style picnic on Mahogany Beach
  • Snorkel among tropical coral reefs and climb the famous waterfall
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Jamaica Dunn's River Falls Party Cruise with Snorkeling
From US$86.00
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  • Overview
  • What to Expect
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Montego Bay/Negril/TrelawnyMost Popular
For any bookings made from Negril/Montego Bay/Trelawny, please select this option which includes transportation from your resort and lunch. (NEGRIL WEDNESDAYS ONLY)
US$126.50
Ocho Rios area
For any bookings made from the Ocho Rios area. Includes transportation. Lunch not included but can be bought.
US$89.10
RunawayBay/Tower Isle/Boscobel
For bookings from Runaway Bay/Tower Isle/ area. Bahia,Jewel Runaway Bay & Paradise Cove, Club Caribbean, Couples Tower Isle Beaches Ochi Includes transportation. Lunch not included but can be bought .
US$110.10
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Overview
Live the good life on a party cruise to Dunn’s River Falls. Everything’s included on this half-day catamaran adventure, from a delicious Jamaican buffet lunch and drinks at an open bar to hotel transfers and snorkel gear, so you can explore the colorful Caribbean Sea without any worries. The highlight is a guided trek through the tropical forest and a climb straight up the falls.
What to Expect
Pickup is available from most hotels, or you can meet your captain and crew at the Mahogany Beach launch point. Dig in to a traditional Jamaican lunch of jerk chicken, Spanish rice, and coleslaw before boarding a catamaran. Cruise out into the Caribbean, and stop to snorkel among coral reefs teeming with tropical fish.

Travel along a shoreline dotted with rolling green hills, waterfalls, and historic sites, as you continue to Dunn’s River Falls. At the famous falls, prepare to get wet again, as you climb with an expert guide up the 600-foot (183-meter) cascades. Back on the boat, the party continues with drinks from an open bar and reggae jams courtesy of an onboard DJ.
Reviews (496)
1 - 5 of 443 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wonderful Experience

Our bus driver was Clifton and he started the day wonderfully. He was funny and courteous and gave us some awesome facts about Jamaica as he drove us to the location. Our catamaran captain was Jason and he and his crew were great. They made...More

2  Thank Victoria S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Amazing Memories Made

What an amazing day. Start off by going out into the bay and anchoring by the coral reef. Then you have chance to swim with two guides per group. Once you done that you have non-alcoholic drinks and fruit. Pull up to the falls and...More

Thank John A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Amazing

One of the highlights of my holiday. The catamaran was awesome. My partner did snorkelling and loved it. I just stayed on the boat and lapped up the sun. No alcohol until after you’ve done Dunn’s River Falls which is sensible. After the falls (reviewed...More

1  Thank Toni W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Amazing experience

This was our second time in Jamaica and our first time doing an excursion. We were not disappointed at all with this experience. Our resort was close to Ocho Rios so our bus transfer was a quick 15 minute drive to Mahogany Beach. The bus...More

Thank xodeanna
Reviewed September 15, 2018 via mobile
Great Excursion

This is a great excursion for adults. This was my first time snorkeling and at first I was nervous. However, Sunshine, one of the employees, have a great lesson on what to do and how to do it. All of the employees were nice and...More

2  Thank Shannon P
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Bonnie M
October 14, 2018|
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Yes. Very short walk to meet the boat.
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