Dunns River Falls (Jamaica) Reviews
Description:Ocho Rios / St Ann / Jamaica / Enjoy the sandy beach and bask in the sun or stroll through the tropical foilage and ... more
Newest Review: ... stand on rocks to work your way up the 600ft waterfall. Although the water is clear you there are places where you have to reach a rock by wading through some water or the rock will look bigger than it actually is so you end up waist high in water unintentionally. The current from the waterfall is quite fast moving, not enough to knock you over, but enough to take your shoes off your feet if ... more
Customer Dunns River Falls (Jamaica) Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/12/09, updated on 11/03/10 (Somewhat useful, 41 readings)
Dunns River Falls excursion in Jamaica. This is something that I did on my honeymoon and quite openly brag about climbing to the top of the waterfall. It was done as an excursion so there is a fee for this. Although you can climb the waterfall without the aid of a guide, it is recommended that you use the guide facility as they are used to climbing this and will shout out where you are going to "drop" in the water. This is okay if you are at the front of the group but the message takes so long to be passed down the chain of people you find out for yourself anyway. You stand on rocks to work your way up the 600ft waterfall. ... Read the complete review
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