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Triple Treat

Duration: 10 Hours

triple treat

Welcome to the Caribbean’s most irresistible triple delight! A day to double the fun and then add some more as we triple the excitement triple the fun and triple the adventure! On this unique combination of adventures you’ll be getting the best of Jamaican’s history, the most scenic of its landscapes and the purest of its nature!

We begin with a little brush of Jamaican history at the island’s mystical and legendary old house of Rose Hall. Today standing as part of the Caribbean’s most luxurious and finest resort community, this amazing plantation house has a mysterious history that has fascinated generations of island natives and visitors alike. The history behind this grand plantation mansion goes back to the 1700s where the owner of the house at the time married a cruel mistress who practiced black magic and ruled the estate with an iron house. The infamous Annie Palmer relentlessly tortured and murdered slaves, as well as 3 of her husbands and her many slave lovers, whom she quickly killed and buried in unmarked graves after she grew tired of them. Long after she herself was found dead, her spirit has been said to roam the estate until the present day and many of the visitors have taken eerie pictures in which her figure or shadow seem to inexplicably appear. During your visit at the magnificent Rose Hall you will be able to visit the old mansion and try your luck at spotting the Mrs’ ghost…or at least feeling its chilly presence.

After this insightful encounter with the most haunting of Jamaica’s historic past we go on to refresh your senses with a tranquil boat ride along the island’s most magical river. Enjoy a gentle sailing experience down the Martha Brae River aboard a charmingly rustic bamboo raft. Soon you’ll be admiring the most breathtaking views of 3 long and wondrous miles of unspoiled surroundings and amazing vegetation.  Sit back and relax to admire the sights that await you. Your raft’s man will fill you in on the details of the region’s colourful folklore and will act as your guide while you are left to enjoy the ride and even indulge in a quick dip at the river …in case the waters look to tempting for you to resist.

And for this excursion’s grand finally we head to another equally breathtaking location at the spectacular Dunn’s River Waterfall. Jamaica’s most famous waterfalls will leave you struck with admiration at the beauty of its 600 ft of majestic cascading water. Bathe at one of its refreshing pools, climb through the falls to stop at one of its ‘massage parlours’ or dare to dive from one of its impressive rocks. Whatever you decide to do, whether it is to fully immerse in these tempestuous waters or to passively admire at its glorious beauty, we are sure that your time at Dunn’s river falls will be a revitalising and stimulating experience that you will never forget!

From here onwards we continue for the day’s last activity as we take you for a shopping spree in Ocho Rios. After the day’s previous invigorating activities your energies will be fully recharged and ready for some haggling at the local market. We head downtown for a fabulous introduction to Jamaican-style shopping. We begin at the famous Craft Park with its 135 stalls full of lively vendors beckoning for your attention. Here you will find an array of items of all sorts; from sandals and clothing to woodcarvings and straw goods. Lunch will be offered during your time at Ocho Rios and it’s optional at an additional cost. We end this fabulous tour at the nearby ‘Olde Market’ which has quite an assortment of handmade goods and other colourful knickknacks to take home…An this is how we put an end to this fabulous excursion and leave you with great souvenirs to forever remind you of this great day.

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