Call us today on 020 7644 1755

Northern Hilite

Duration: 12 Hours

northern hilite

Do it all in one single day! Drive through Jamaica’s interior and explore the rainforest, enjoy a river-rafting experience and cool off at a refreshing waterfall! Those ambitious travellers will have their thirst for adventure quenched in this wonderful one day excursion. This exceptional tour will certainly bring you the best the resort of Negril has to offer!

We start off with a relaxing drive along Jamaica’s scenic north coast as we pass quaint fishing villages and townships on the way to the island’s interior. The drive’s first stop will be at the Martha Brae River where a 30 foot bamboo raft will be awaiting your arrival to take you on a panoramic sailing experience through Jamaica’s best hidden paradise. Sail away into 3 miles of unspoiled surroundings as you enjoy the island’s premier rafting attraction amidst the secluded hills of Trelawny. Make the most of this exhilarating bamboo boat ride in this one and a half hour rafting experience and take the time to admire the beauty of the river’s ecosystem.

Sit back and relax as you enjoy a complimentary rum punch with the lively sounds of the Village Mento Band in the background. Revive your love for Mother Nature as you view the collection of exotic Jamaican pigeons and doves flying by against the scenic backdrop of Martha Brae’s surroundings. Be intrigued and captivated by the legend of Martha’s Gold hidden In a mysterious cave nearby, yet to be discovered. Let yourself go and give way to daydreaming as the surrounding atmosphere relaxes your mind and body whilst renewing your spirit. An unforgettable experience where you’ll also have the opportunity to take a dip in the refreshing river water if you feel the need to touch the beauty of this landscape to prove this is not all part of a dream!

From here we continue towards yet another aquatic attraction beyond comparison at the amazing Dunn’s River Falls, one of Jamaica’s most spectacular waterfalls and the most famous visitor attraction in the island! In a spectacular setting amidst 4 rivers and a beach, these falls constitute Jamaica’s national treasure. Here you will have the chance to climb through the falls in a human chain led by experienced guides that will make a halt at the so-called ‘massage parlour’ to experience the soothing effects of the water as it cascades down to the sea. These outstanding falls are more than a natural wonder and living phenomenon as the waterfall continually regenerates itself from deposits of travertine rock. The waterfall is then fed with the result of calcium carbonate precipitation from the river that flows over the falls.

This is a natural and breathtaking environment that offers delightful new discoveries in every corner. Truly experience the invigorating refreshment of the falls’ pools that are formed naturally in the river rocks or in parts of the waterfalls, some of these being positively gentle in some places and quite thunderous and aggressive in others. Whether you decide to engage in passive contemplation of the beautiful surroundings or decide to fully submerge yourself in the waterfall stream; we are sure that your time here at Dun’s River Falls will be the experience of a lifetime!

Jamaica Holidays Browse all

Best Value

From £1819 per person
hilton miami downtown + Sandals Inn

Hilton Miami Downtown + Sandals Inn

This fantastic package combines a city break in hip Miami with a beach holiday on the tropical island of Jamaica. The...

From £1899 per person
hilton miami downtown + hilton rose hall resort and spa

Hilton Miami Downtown + Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa

The Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa is a golf and beach lover's paradise set between the lush Blue Mountains and the...

From £1919 per person
jolly beach resort and spa + mangos jamaica

Jolly Beach Resort and Spa + Mangos Jamaica

Jolly Beach Resort and Spa is set amongst 40 acres of tropical gardens on an amazing mile-long white sand beach. This...

From £1959 per person
couples sans souci + couples negril

Couples Sans Souci + Couples Negril

Couples Negril is set beside a white sandy beach by the clear blue waters of Bloody Bay. Designed for couples 18 years...

From £1959 per person
hilton miami downtown + hedonism ii

Hilton Miami Downtown + Hedonism Ii

Take a trip to the heart of Miami and discover what makes this touristic hub of Florida tick. Weave your way around this...

From £2009 per person
hilton miami downtown + secrets wild orchid montego bay

Hilton Miami Downtown + Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay

This fantastic packages kicks off with four nights at the Hilton Miami Downtown where you can swim in the rooftop pool...

Talk to a specialist

vishali

Call 020 7644 1755 to speak with our award-winning travel consultants.

Opening hours 10:30 - 17:30 GMT

Visitor arrivals in Jamaica up by five per cent in first nine months of 2016

Jamaica has recorded a 5.4 per cent increase in tourist arrivals during the first nine months of 2016. The latest figures from the Jamaica Tourist Board reveal that the Caribbean island received 2,876,220 visitors during this period, and gross foreign exchange earnings was also up by five per cent. The country also received a positive rise in travellers from Canada, with a 7.2 per cent increase.

Chief Executive of Sandals Resorts International awarded Order of Distinction in Jamaica

Adam Stewart, the Chief Executive of Sandals Resorts International, has been awarded the Order of Distinction (Commander Class) by the government of Jamaica. During the National Honours and Awards Ceremony at King’s House last month, Stewart was given the award for his outstanding services to the tourism and hotel industry in Jamaica. Sandals Resorts owns and operates a collection of luxury all-inclusive resorts throughout Jamaica and the Caribbean.

Sandals Royal Caribbean in Jamaica to add 12 more Overwater Bungalows

The popularity of the brand new overwater bungalows at Sandals Royal Caribbean resort in Montego Bay has been so great that Sandals Resorts has announced plans to construct a further 12 to keep up with demand. The first five unique bungalows with glass floors in Jamaica have not yet opened to the public, and will be the first of their kind in the Caribbean. The resort will add 12 more that are scheduled to open in February, 2017.