Appleton + Black River + YS Falls

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Appleton + Black River + YS Falls


Travel by bus through the interior of the rainforest and pass through villages dotted along the coastline to the South Coast parish of St. Elizabeth. Travel by boat up the Black River, Jamaica's longest navigable river, where you'll see exotic birds, plants, and wildlife such as the endangered American crocodile. Then enjoy a sumptuous Jamaican style lunch before traveling to Y.S Falls, where you can enjoy nature in its natural state, as the cool refreshing water cascades down approximately 120 feet into the Y.S. River. After a seemingly long and adventurous day, venture to the world-famous Appleton Estate Rum Factory where you will discover the process of making the famous Appleton Estate Jamaica rums and get the chance to touch and taste a piece of Jamaican history. This tour will leave you with a deeper appreciation for the rums and the warmth and flavor of the heart of Jamaica.

Children Allowed: Yes
Age Limit: 3 Years and older
Wheelchair Accessible: No
Activity Level: Moderate activity
Inclusion: Lunch, Transportation, Guide, Entry Fees
Carry With You: Swimsuit, Water shoes, Camera, Money, Towel, Sunscreen, Mosquito Repellent
Special Note: All shuttle tours require a minimum of 6 persons to be confirmed. If the tour does not reach the minimum requirement, you will have the choice of rescheduling or a full refund. You will be notified by email if the tour has been cancelled the evening before it is scheduled.

  • Safety begins with you - a mask is required to be worn throughout this tour!

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