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Address: Moore Town, Jamaica

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Jamaica FAR OFF THE RESORT!

Whenever traveling with my wife she is all about relaxation and beaches and I'm all about the history and culture. Jamaica was the perfect compromise. She got the resort and I got... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2017
TBlack79
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Reviewed 12 April 2017

Whenever traveling with my wife she is all about relaxation and beaches and I'm all about the history and culture. Jamaica was the perfect compromise. She got the resort and I got Nanny Falls. When I first decided I wanted to visit a Maroon village there were a few different options. Accompong is the largest of the existing Maroon villages... More 

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Reviewed 2 August 2016 via mobile

This hidden falls has to be hiked to with a maroon village guide from Moore Town. I describe it as a great exercise event in nature and a slice of Jamaica history of Nanny who fought back against the British with gorilla warfare in the John Crow and Blue Mountains. This independent self governing village shows how the descendants of... More 

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Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 25 October 2015

My wife and I took a trip up to this place with a local tour guide. The falls offer a stunningly refreshing swim and bathe! Was really awesome- more people should know about this!

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North Wales, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 25 January 2015

This place is just magical. We came here after a short tour in Nanny Town. The falls are about a half an hour hike and so worth it. The waterfall plunges into a deep pool which is great for swimming in. Really peaceful too, we were the only people there!

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New Haven, Connecticut
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Reviewed 29 July 2014

We hiked up the road out of Mooretown until we reached the falls (45 min?). It was a beautiful secluded spot to swim and relax.

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Rochester, New York
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Reviewed 23 February 2013 via mobile

Nanny Falls, named after the Maroon woman who led escaping slaves to freedom in the mountains, is accesible from Port Antonio. In Port Antonio, go to William Street and catch a taxi up to Mooretown. Beautiful mountain ride. 45 min. Take taxi to last stop. Ask for guides Marvin and Shane. They will take you to the Falls through jungly... More 

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