Visit the remarkable YS Falls and enjoy any of the attraction’s seven waterfalls, canopy zip line, its 2 swimming pools and river tubing. From the entrance of the attraction you will travel up the falls on a tractor ride which will allow you to and enjoy the scenery of its lush gardens and beautiful trees.
This is Jamaica second longest river. It runs 71km (44miles) from the cockpit country in trelawny to the charming seaside town of Black River in the south. In the 18th century the river was used to transport sugar and rum. Now it is a a haven for marine birds , Go for a morning or afternoon trip along the Black River’s 30km (18.5miles). The dark, mysterious waters of the Black River ( named after it’s black peat subsoil ) are home to some 300 crocodiles. At times you’ll see them sunning themselves on the banks of the river, pert shaded by contorted mangroves. You’ll get a closer look when the safari captain driving your boat calls them to the side of his boat and kiss them and tickles their chins.
Visit the incredible Pelican Bar, situated a quarter of a mile out to sea, halfway between Black River and Treasure Beach and enjoy the fresh catch prepared right in front of you. Journey out to this singular destination by a fifteen to twenty minutes boat ride from either Treasure Beach or Black River and enjoy a small piece of the country’s beauty.
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