One of the oldest towns in Jamaica is found along the banks of the Black River. It once was a wealthy, logging town and visitors can see homes from the era, built in Victorian and Georgian styles. The Black River is the main attraction and gets its name from the black peat bottom of the river, which makes the water appear black. The river is teeming with crocodiles: an estimated 300 of them. Boat operators at the mouth of the river will take you on a crocodile safari with a good chance of seeing more than one of the creatures