North Coast Sojourn

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North Coast Sojourn

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North Coast Sojourn Package (Duration: Fully Day Tour) Pick Up at 08:30am

Round-trip (Lunch Included): $80 USD per person up to 3 people; $70 USD per person for 4-7 people   Single entrance fees will be collected at the door of each destination.  Contact us for the most updated prices. 

We'll begin with a 35 minute drive (35.3km or 22 miles east of Montego Bay) to the historic and once bustling port town of Falmouth, Jamaica.  You'll enjoy a heritage walk to all the landmarks of Falmouth including St Peter's Anglican Church, one of the oldest in the western hemisphere and a churchyard with tombstones over 600 years old.  Afterwards, choose between drifting down the Martha Brae River on a bamboo raft or relaxing on Burwood beach just 5 minutes away.  If you are lucky, you might be one of only a few people to enjoy the vast, white sandy beach.  Lunch will take everyone back into the city of Falmouth where you can choose from an array of authentic Jamaican meals at Club Nazz or simply enjoy a Jamaican patty with the locals at Tastee.  But wait, the day isn’t over until you journey to the Jamaica Swamp Safari Village, mingle with various species of wildlife (but don't get too close to the crocodiles). Then relish the one of a kind experience at Glistening waters, in Rock, Trelawny. All of these destinations are within 8 miles radius.

 

Falmouth Heritage Tour

Enjoy walking through this historic town's cobblestone roads while viewing 18th century architectural buildings such as St. Peter's Anglican Church.  This church is one of the oldest and largest Anglican Churches in Jamaica.  Falmouth served as a port for trading of three main goods- sugar, rum and slaves.  Learn about how people once lived and a little of how Falmouth operates today. 

Martha Brae River Rafting

Relax and enjoy the lush green trees and plants all around you as you float down the Martha Brae river in an all-natural bamboo raft.  An experienced guide will navigate the path while you snuggle up with that special someone or daydream with your best friend.

Burwood Beach

While this is a public beach, you will often find yourselves with the beach all to yourself.  There are restrooms and changing areas with showers.  You can also purchase a refreshing beverage or snack and rent beach chairs.  You will see a few vendors with crafts, but there is no pressure to buy.

Jamaica Swamp Safari Village

A family-friendly attraction that features a small zoo with snakes, crocodiles, iguanas, capuchin, Jamaican coneys, and macaws among other wildlife. The Safari is also the location where the James Bond "Live and Let Die" film was shot. 

Glistening Waters

This lagoon is illuminating.  Literally!  On this nighttime boat tour, the stars and river compete.  Your guide will entertain you with songs, educate you with the history of the area, and let you know when it’s safe to jump into the black water and swim with the microscopic organisms that give Glistening Waters its name.   This is a short tour, about 35 minutes, but if you want to arrive in time for an early dinner or a late lunch at the Glistening Waters Restaurant, Jamrock Journeys will arrange that for you!  The restaurant specializes in fresh seafood including conch, shrimp, and lobster!