Bunkers Hill Cultural Xperience & River Tour

Head of Martha Brae River
Historic Caves for Maroons
Bridge over river in Cockpit Country
Hiking in Cockpit Country
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Head of Martha Brae River
Historic Caves for Maroons
Bridge over river in Cockpit Country
Hiking in Cockpit Country
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Bunkers Hill Cultural Xperience & River Tour

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If you are into cave exploration, hiking, rejuvenating in a cool river and doing it authentically, Jamaican style, while minimizing your carbon footprints, then Bunkers Hill Cultural Xperience & River Tour is the perfect escape for you! 

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Community Tourism in Falmouth

Bunkers Hill Cultural Xperience & River Tour Package (Duration: Fully Day Tour) Falmouth Pick Up

Round-trip (Admission and Lunch Included): $110 USD per person. Please ask about pricing for large groups (more than 7 persons) and children. .

If you are into cave exploration, hiking, rejuvenating in a cool river and doing it authentically, Jamaican style, while minimizing your carbon footprints, then Bunkers Hill Cultural Xperience & River Tour is the perfect escape. This attraction is community tourism at its best! It is locally owned and operated by community folks, and so you get to contribute directly to the sustainability of the Bunker Hills community.

Your journey will take you along an unbeaten path to the small community of Bunkers Hill nested at the base of the Cockpit Country. This area is rich in history, bio-diversity, and a features a live cave. Extreme effort has gone into making sure that the environment remains as natural as possible. Your day will involve intense hiking (part of it includes grabbing onto roots). This hike would be great for team building (e.g. sports team or office retreat), or bonding as a family. On any given day, your group is almost guaranteed to have this piece of paradise to yourselves! You will learn about different plants along the way and their everyday uses for medicinal or dietary purposes. The path leads to a historic cave, thought to have been the hiding place of The Maroons (without giving too much away), that have clearly not been altered to suit visitors. Your hike in the cave is not an easy one either. After you return from the hike, enjoy the cool, clean fresh waters of Dromilly River while you wait for your lunch to be prepared from a wood fired stove. Enjoy Jamaican favorites like Run Dung, Bammy, Rice and Peas, Roti, Ackee and Saltfish, Roast Breadfruit, Cornmeal/Potato Pudding. 

The cost of admission, travel and lunch is $110 per person.  This experience is unique, culturally relevant, and will leave a lasting impression on you and your loved ones.

Things to Bring:

Closed-toe shoes (Hiking shoe, running/walking shoe, no sandals), Insect Repellent, Drinking Water, Towel, Swimming Suit, and toddler backpack carrier or infant wrap/carrier  if hiking with a little one.