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Activities in Falmouth, Jamaica


Martha Brae Rafting And Falmouth Highlight


Falmouth Luminous Lagoon Night Cruise in Jamaica


Ocho Rios Super Saver:Green Grotto Caves plus Dunn’s River From Falmouth


Things to Do

Cruise Terminal -Falmouth

Given its proximity to the home ports of Florida, Jamaica is a year-round cruise destination and a mainstay on western Caribbean itineraries.

The Port of Falmouth is located in the town of Falmouth on the nation’s northern coast, eighteen (18) miles east of Montego Bay, fifty-nine (59) miles west of Ocho Rios, and right along cruise shipping routes. Falmouth, located in the parish of Trelawny, is set become the first heritage township destination in Jamaica. From Falmouth, visitors can access most of the tours currently offered from Montego Bay and Ocho Rios.

With its excellent location and its ability to host post-Panamax vessels, many which make the Caribbean their year-round home, the Port of Falmouth hosts cruise ship calls year-round.


Water Square – Falmouth

Water Square forms the town square and is the busy hub of Falmouth.

Falmouth boasted running water before many of the world’s major cities. A circular stone reservoir once stood in the middle of Water Square, holding water which was carried from the Martha Brae river along an aqueduct. Water was then pumped in to private houses or carried from the reservoir by slaves. The reservoir was built in 1798, before even New York has running water.

The reservoir was demolished in 1954. In its place there is now a garden and a fountain.

Falmouth was the venue for the opening ceremony of the 2007 ICC cricket world cup. Water Square underwent major renovation as part of an extensive beautification project to mark the event.


The Hampden Estate -Trelawny

The Hampden Estate is one the oldest sugar estates in Jamaica. Renowned throughout Jamaica’s rum history for its full intensely flavorful pot still rums, it continues today to be the quintessential heavy pot rum of choice throughout Europe and other parts of the world. Visitors must be 18 or older to access the Hampden Rum Tour.

Hampden Estates is much more than its insane fermentation facility however. It’s also majestic pot stills, picturesque tropical grounds, and a beautiful great house, making it one of the absolute highlights of any of the six Jamaican rum distilleries.


Court House – Falmouth

Falmouth’s Georgian styled court house was originally built in 1817.The court house which stands in Falmouth today is actually a replica, built after the original structure was destroyed by a fire in 1926. Today it serves as the court house, town hall and parish council building

The building is an excellent example of Georgian architecture, with
-shingled walls
-Tuscan columns
-double staircase

In Falmouth’s heyday this elegant building was the venue for many of the events attended by the town’s wealthy elite.


Green Wood Great House- Falmouth

Built during an era of elegance and brutality, Greenwood has retained the atmosphere of the 19th century and continues to capture the imagination of its visitors. The house was built by the Barretts of Wimpole Street London in 1800. Unique among local plantation houses, Greenwood survived unscathed during the slave rebellion of Christmas 1831. It still has most of its original furniture including the largest and rarest collection of musical instruments and books in the island.



All-access fun at an exclusive port tucked between Montego Bay and Ocho Rios. Explore a part of Jamaica’s North Coast reserved solely for cruise ship passengers at Margaritaville Caribbean Falmouth. Walk the plank, past the boat and crow’s nest to our Pirate Bar. Get hooked on the best jerk BBQ Chicken around at our Courtyard Patio, and maroon yourself in our giant margarita shaped hot tub.


Bunker’s Hill Cultural Experience-Falmouth

Get off-the-beaten path and into adventurous fun, tasty local food and authentic rural culture. Learn about Taino, Maroon and local heritage. Hike through brilliant green rainforest. Climb up to caves used by runaway Maroon slaves. Savor local foods cooked the traditional way over a slow wood fire while taking in the peaceful and restorative river experience.

After friendly greetings and an introduction from Bunker’s Hill guides, look at rock markings of the Taino, Jamaica’s original inhabitants. Cross a bridge over a beautiful rainforest river to the jungle trail leading to Bunker’s Hill Cave. Along the way, learn about Maroon heritage, the community and the rainforest in a fun way.

Challenge your fitness climbing up to the cave. Follow the guides into the quiet darkness and marvel at stories of how Maroon warriors including the infamous Cudjoe used these caves. Return to the riverside restaurant to feed your hungry appetite for authentic Jamaican food cooked on woodfire while watching for the doctor bird or Swallowtail hummingbird at the feeders.


Cockpit Country Adventure-Falmouth

History, adventure and awe come alive as you discover one of the most pristine and culturally significant yet little-known part of Jamaica. You will learn how the Cockpit Country Maroon warriors used caves, camouflage and guerrilla warfare to defeat their British enemies. Come, explore and conquer the experience yourself.Guided by descendants of Maroons, you explore the caves of Cockpit Country, the hide outs used by Maroon warriors’ in their successful fight against the British.

Journey into the dark underground caverns of the Printed Circuit cave, sculpted from weathered white limestone and exhibiting breath-taking formations and glittering reflections. Become immersed in the quiet and eerie ecology, seeing an underground fresh water pool and nocturnal animals living a peaceful and unusual existence.


Falmouth Outdoor Adventures. (Paintball Jamaica)-Falmouth

Adventure park with paintball games and other team building activities.


Rafting on the Martha Brae-Falmouth

Rafting on the Martha Brae, the island’s #1 rafting attraction is located approximately three miles inland from the town of Falmouth, birthplace of one of Jamaica’s former Prime Minister, Hugh Shearer. The attraction is a mere twenty miles from Montego Bay and forty miles from Ocho Rios. The embarkation area, “Rafter’s Village”, encompasses six acres of beautifully manicured lawns situated on a natural horseshoe island. It offers a fully appointed recreational facility which includes picnic grounds, a full service bar, two souvenir shops, swimming pool and modern restrooms. Before embarking on the tour, guests can also take a stroll through “Miss Martha’s Herb Garden”, a presentation of Jamaica’s herbs famous for their medicinal and healing properties. The attraction has over the years played host to a number of celebrities including HRH Queen Elizabeth II, heavy weight champion Lennox Lewis, Chuck Norris, Dionne Warwick, Spike Lee, former NBA star Patrick Ewing, Jane Seymour of “Doctor Quinn- Medicine Woman” fame, Kenny Rodgers, the late Johnny Cash and world 100 meter champion Usain Bolt.