Cruises to Falmouth Jamaica

When you book a cruise to the Jamaican port of Falmouth with MSC Cruises, you can look forward to enjoying the laid-back Caribbean lifestyle of this beautiful isle. Find the perfect Caribbean Cruise to Falmouth Jamaica with MSC Cruises.

Falmouth: Look forward to Planters’ Punch, sunshine and reggae as you cruise to the Jamaican port of Falmouth in the Caribbean Sea with MSC Cruises

Considered to be one of the best-preserved Georgian towns in the whole of Jamaica, the port of Falmouth lies on the island’s northern coastline in the parish of Trelawney. With Montego Bay a short drive to the west, Ocho Rios to the east and the virgin rain forest of Cockpit Country in the southern corner of the parish – a nature reserve that is home to yellow snakes, the giant swallowtail butterfly and various bird species – Falmouth is the perfect spot from which to embark on your Jamaican experience.

Soak up the colonial vibe of Falmouth with its beautiful Georgian buildings as you sip a cocktail and watch the sun go down over the Caribbean Sea from the comfort of one of our luxury cruise ships . Founded in 1769, the town was carefully planned with all mod cons from the start, including a piped water system ahead of even New York. The architectural legacy left by this era is evident at every turn, with particularly noteworthy buildings being the courthouse and the waterfront district, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Once out of town, the Caribbean resorts of Montego Bay and Ocho Rios make ideal destinations for beach life, scuba diving, snorkeling and swimming with dolphins. The verdant interior of the island, by contrast, boasts various cave systems that are noted for their natural beauty. Whatever may take your fancy, you can trust MSC Cruises to make your holidays the best time of year.

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 FMH03 - Jungle River Tubing (3 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  Treat yourself to bags of fun on this exciting and scenic river tubing tour down the Martha Brae River, giving you plenty of time to both enjoy the ride and the spectacular landscape to either side. The river itself is said to have been named after the ancient legend of an Arawak witch called Martha Brae who is alleged to have known where gold was stashed. With the aim of seizing the hoard, the greedy Spaniards then captured the witch and forced her to show them the way. However, far from taking them to a Jamaican El Dorado, the witch led the unsuspecting Spaniards to a cave they only believed to hold their prize. On the witch’s release, she invoked a spell that changed the course of the river, causing the cavern to flood. You can make up your own mind as to what might have happened to the Spaniards. The waters of the Martha Brae are known to contain precious stones – some of which you may spot – and also represent the route that runaway slaves would take in days gone by in a quest for freedom. To round off your tour, you can pay the so-called Trading House a visit, the only store of its kind in the Caribbean, to browse through the merchandise or purchase souvenirs, pottery and photos. Please note: food can be purchased at an additional cost and storage lockers are available for rent. Max. weight per guest is 250 lbs. The tour is not recommended for pregnant women. Guests are recommended to wear swimwear under outer clothing, to use sunscreen and insect repellent as well as to bring a towel.

Price per person $82.00 Adults $74.00 Children

   


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 FMH04 - 4X4 Off Road Safari (3.5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: easy - May involve a limited quantity of steps, uneven surfaces and/or periods of standing  Drink included  For a glimpse of the less-visited parts of Jamaica in the places that larger coaches can’t go, this safari-themed 4x4 Jeep tour takes you off the beaten track into the island’s famous hills and the so-called Cockpit Country. Fabulous views of both the mountains and the lush vegetation in the valley below await you, perfect for taking photos. A friendly and informative guide will also be on hand to tell you all about the culture, folklore, music and unique dialect – known simply as patois – of the Jamaican people during the tour. You will also have a chance to see the place where some of Jamaica's most famous athletes were born and raised as well as the area in which they trained. Your return trip to the ship will also take you past the breathtaking Martha Brae River, around which a legend revolves whose main protagonists are a witch, some very greedy Spaniards and a reputed stash of pure gold. Please note: this is not a self-drive tour; a driver/guide will be provided. The tour is not suitable for pregnant women, for guests with back problems and for guests who have had surgery in the past 6 months. Guests are further recommended to bring/use insect repellent.

Price per person $99.00 Adults $89.00 Children

   


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 FMH06 - Montego Bay Highlights & Rose Hall Great House with Shopping (4 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  Drink included  After leaving the ship and boarding the coach, a scenic drive first takes you to Rose Hall Great House, an outstanding relic of colonial times with a fascinating and detailed history rich in dark rumour and intrigue. Legend has it that the 19th-century mistress of Rose Hall, the Haitian-born white witch Annie Palmer, a practitioner of the voodoo faith, rid herself of three unfortunate husbands, all of whom died an inexplicable, sudden and violent death. Although she maintained her innocence and indeed no evidence to support the allegations was ever found, she gained a reputation for extreme cruelty and her nickname as the “White Witch of Rose Hall”. Locals claim that Annie’s restless spirit has roamed the grounds of Rose Hall ever since her untimely death during a slave uprising in 1830. Before you leave the Great House, you will also have a chance to do some souvenir shopping in the duty-free store. The tour then continues to Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville by the sea, in the heart of Montego Bay’s so-called “Hip Strip” for a cool tropical drink before you return to the port and your ship.

Price per person $61.00 Adults $55.00 Children

   


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 FMH07 - Dune Buggy Adventure (3 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: easy - May involve a limited quantity of steps, uneven surfaces and/or periods of standing  Liven up your day with a fun-filled activity that will take you to Jamaica’s rugged mountain terrain on a self-drive dune buggy that was purpose built for off-roading. The route will take you through Jamaica’s huge plantations estates, such as the 18th-century Good Hope Estate, one of the Caribbean’s most-visited plantations thanks to more than 2,000 acres of lush plants, scenic views, dramatic peaks and cool rivers. On this exhilarating journey, you will drive over the lands occupied by the early settlers and rediscover the delightful countryside. You also will get to see the estate’s historical buildings and learn about the history, culture, flora and fauna of this special place. This highly enjoyable tour is sure to leave you with sweet memories of Jamaica to take home with you. Please note: the tour is not suitable for pregnant women. Guests must be at least 6 years of age and weigh no more than 250 lbs to participate. Drivers must be at least 18 years of age, must bring a valid driving licence to drive a dune buggy and are required to sign a waiver form. Refreshments can be purchased at additional cost and storage lockers are available for rent. Guests are recommended to bring/use insect repellent.

Price per person $99.00 Adults $89.00 Children

   


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 FMH08 - Chukka ATV Safari (3 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  This enjoyable tour on a self-drive ATV – powerful machines that are easy to handle at the same time – will take you through the rugged terrain of the Good Hope Estate and give you a chance to explore Jamaica’s scenic countryside on secluded paths and trails. The estate grounds are extensive and you will encounter the ruins of old buildings, ride through orange groves and travel along the banks of the Martha Brae River, whose name goes back to the ancient legend surrounding a witch who fooled the Spaniards out of an alleged stash of gold. You can also spend some time at the Trading House, a unique souvenir shop selling artisan pottery, authentic gemstones and a range of other mementos. Your self-drive tour comes to an equally scenic close with your return journey to the ship. Please note: this tour is not suitable for pregnant women. Guests must be at least 16 years of age and weigh no more than 250 lbs to participate. Guests wishing to drive an ATV must present a valid driving licence. Refreshments can be purchased at additional cost and storage lockers are available for rent. Guests are further recommended to bring/use insect repellent.

Price per person $99.00 Adults  Not AvailableChildren

   


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 FMH10 - Rafting on the Martha Brae (3 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  Drink included  Picture yourself and a friend on an expertly piloted bamboo raft floating slowly down a winding river that flows past clusters of whispering bamboo and ferns, and you have the certain highlight of this leisurely tour. Before the rafting experience, a short drive through the town of Falmouth will first take you to see St. Peter’s Anglican Church, one of the oldest and largest in Jamaica. Then it’s on to the rural village of Martha Brae, which was founded by a plantation owner in 1762 when he sectioned off a portion of his estate. It is also home to “Miss Martha’s Herb Garden”, a fascinating presentation of medicinal herbs found in Jamaica. The rafting tour then gives you plenty of time to relax on a 3-mile journey down the river, before you reach Rafter’s Rest. Your coach will be waiting to return you to Falmouth and your ship.Please note: Each raft, a bamboo contraption without shade carries an expert raft man and two passengers. Waterproof insect repellent is recommended.

Price per person $71.00 Adults $64.00 Children

   


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 FMH11 - Ocho Rios & Dunns River Falls (5.5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Lunch or dinner included  Discover some of Jamaica’s loveliest beauty spots on this scenic sightseeing tour, which begins with a drive through the island’s verdant countryside en route to the world-famous Dunn's River Falls. Led by experienced tour guides, you can experience the thrill of climbing the waterfall and then take a break to enjoy the soothing effect of the water on your back at the aptly named 'massage parlour'. For those who would prefer to stay dry, the activities of more adventurous guests can be observed from the safety of the terrace or deck. The surrounding tropical foliage is a riot of ferns, bamboos, ginger lilies, crotons, orchids, palms and breadfruit trees. After visiting the falls, you will be treated to a delicious Jamaican buffet lunch, served in the beautiful garden setting of the Ruins Restaurant before you return to Falmouth and the ship.Please note: guests are recommended to use sunscreen and bring a towel as well as to wear swimwear and non-skid water shoes, since climbing the many steps of the falls is both strenuous and slippery. Water shoes are available for rent at the waterfall.

Price per person $85.00 Adults $77.00 Children

   


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 FMH12 - Montego Bay Highlights & shopping (4.5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: easy - May involve a limited quantity of steps, uneven surfaces and/or periods of standing  Drink included  Wheelchair and disabled friendly tour - Wheelchair guests must be accompanied by their own helper to get on/off the coach. Wheelchairs must be foldable as the coach is not provided with ramps or lifts. Once onboard, please contact Excursions Desk staff promptly so they can help make arrangements.  The coastal resort of Montego Bay makes a perfect destination for a few pleasurable hours off the ship. After boarding the coach at the pier, you will first head for “Mo Bay” along the island’s northern shoreline on a route that will take you through the lovely Rose Hall Estate and past the glitzy Ritz Carlton and other notable resort hotels. You will also have a chance to enjoy great views of the Greenwood and Rose Hall houses in the distance and get a taste of the so-called Ironshore area, which is known for the varied architecture of its residential homes. Also on the itinerary are the city’s new developments towards Bogue as well as the so-named “Hip Strip” en route to Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Sports Bar & Grill, where you can cool off with a non-alcoholic drink. The last stop on the tour before you return to Falmouth and your ship are the shops at the Rose Hall estate, where you can browse through the duty-free merchandise and perhaps purchase a memento of your time in Jamaica.

Price per person $39.00 Adults $35.00 Children

   


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 FMH13 - Chukka Canopy & Kayak Combo (5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Lunch or dinner included  The vast area and virgin terrain of the Good Hope Estate make a perfect combination for this exciting activity tour, which will see you both zip-line through the rainforest canopy and kayak down the scenic Martha Brae River. After reaching the estate, you will be kitted out, briefed and then taken up into the canopy by experienced guides to zip-line through the amazing forest with the glinting waters of the Martha Brae River below – the setting of your next adventure. Once your equipment and a safety briefing have been issued by trained river guides, you will board a kayak, a watercraft that is easy to steer and manoeuvre, and then paddle down the river. As you travel downstream, your guide will provide information on the area’s history and give you a taste of the adventures the early Spanish settlers embarked upon. Once back on dry land, you can look forward to a typical Jamaican lunch of jerk chicken and a tropical drink, after which there will be time for you to browse through the appealing merchandise at the Trading House, a most unusual souvenir store. Please note: guests must be at least 12 years of age, weigh no more than 250 lbs, be in good physical condition and sign a waiver form to take part in the tour. The tour is not suitable for pregnant women. Storage lockers are available for rent. All guests are required to wear closed-toe shoes for the canopy experience; further, guests are recommended to wear swimwear under outer clothing, to use sunscreen and insect repellent as well as to bring a towel.

Price per person $139.00 Adults $125.00 Children

   


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 FMH14 - Glass Bottom Kayaking & Dunns River Falls (5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  Lunch or dinner included  After boarding an air-conditioned coach at the pier, your tour begins with a scenic journey along Jamaica’s beautiful coastline, with an informative and entertaining guide on hand to point out interesting places along the way. On arrival at Dolphin Cove you will be welcomed with a complimentary glass of juice, after which a brief orientation and life-vest fitting will follow. Once you have boarded the glass-bottomed kayak, the guided tour to Dunn’s River Falls, via the crystal-clear Caribbean Sea, can begin. Fabulous photo opportunities abound on your way to the falls, so do remember to bring your (waterproof) camera. Capable guides will be waiting to take you up the falls’ natural limestone terraces that rise to a height of 600 feet. After this invigorating experience, you will make the quick return journey to Dolphin Cove by coach and then have some time to learn a little about Jamaican culture and enjoy the amenities before you return to Falmouth and your ship.Please note: children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a paying adult. As there are a lot of steps to climb at Dunn’s River Falls, you are recommended to wear non-slip water shoes, which are available for rent at the falls. There are also ramps and comfortable seating areas at the falls for guests who want to sit and watch the climbers from a safe distance. The tour is not suitable for pregnant women and guests with pre-existing heart, respiratory, back or neck problems.

Price per person $109.00 Adults $98.00 Children

   


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 FMH15 - Chukka Beach Break (4 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  When all you need for some time off the ship is a bathing suit, a pair of sunglasses, some sunscreen, a towel and a smile, you can be sure it means but one thing: it’s beach time! A short yet scenic drive from the pier will first take you to the white-sand beach at Chukka, the longest in the whole of Falmouth, after which you can simply relax in the picture-perfect setting and enjoy the facilities. Whether you choose to work on your tan, go for a gentle stroll or luxuriate in the warm waters of the azure Caribbean Sea, the tour is sure to provide bags of beachy fun. Please note: Umbrellas and floats are available for rent at US$5 each. Lounge chair is complimentary.

Price per person $35.00 Adults $32.00 Children

   


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 FMH16 - Chukka Canopy & Tubing Combo (5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Lunch or dinner included  An enjoyable 2-in-1 tour awaits you that will take you to the extensive grounds of the beautiful Good Hope Estate, a former 18th-century plantation that spans an area of some 2,000 acres, for an exciting zip-lining and river tubing combo that promises to be huge fun. On arrival at the estate, you will first be briefed and kitted out ready for your zip-line experience, which will then see you travel through the rainforest canopy on an award-winning course overlooking the wonderful Martha Brae River, the site of your next adventure. More equipment, another safety briefing and off you go – down the river on easy-to-navigate rubber tubes. Flanked by the pristine greenery to either side, your bouncy journey down the river will be accompanied by the sound of your guide providing information on the area and relating stories of adventurous Spaniards in days gone by. Once back on terra firma, your activity tour is rounded off by a hearty Jamaican lunch of jerk chicken and an exotic drink. As a final stop on the tour, you will also visit the wonderful Trading House, a souvenir store like no other in the Caribbean, for a chance to browse and perhaps purchase a memento of your time in Jamaica. Please note: guests must be at least 12 years of age, weigh no more than 250 lbs, be in good physical condition and sign a waiver form to take part in the tour. The tour is not suitable for pregnant women. Storage lockers are available for rent. All guests are required to wear closed-toe shoes for the canopy experience; further, guests are recommended to wear swimwear under outer clothing, to use sunscreen and insect repellent as well as to bring a towel.

Price per person $139.00 Adults $125.00 Children

   


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 FMH17 - Chukka High Tea at Good Hope Estate (3.5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  Snack included  Drink included  Treat yourself to a rather genteel experience on this enjoyable tour, which will first see you board a coach at the pier and leave Falmouth en route to the wonderful grounds of the Good Hope Estate. Once a thriving sugar plantation, the estate and Great House date back to the mid-18th century. Many of the buildings on the grounds have now been lovingly restored to their former glory. The highlight of the tour will undoubtedly be sitting down to enjoy a traditional afternoon “high tea” – a British invention that was once reserved only for wealthy people with plenty of time. Expect to enjoy dainty sandwiches, freshly baked scones and, of course, a cup of fragrant tea. In addition to savouring high tea, you will also have time to tour the magnificent Great House itself, roam the grounds at your leisure and visit the unique Trading House souvenir store to browse or purchase a keepsake of your time in Jamaica.

Price per person $49.00 Adults $44.00 Children

   


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 FMH18 - Chukka Taste of Jamaica (3.5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  Lunch or dinner included  Take a break from the ship, hop on a coach and first enjoy a short drive through historical Falmouth, with a tour guide on hand to provide you with information on the way. Then it’s on to the nearby Montego Bay and the magnificent Good Hope Estate, along with its impressive Great House. Originally established in the mid-1700s to serve as a sugar plantation, the estate spans a total of 2,000 acres and is home to several buildings, most of which have been lovingly restored to their former glory. Your Good Hope excursion includes a tour of the estate, a visit to some ruins of one-time buildings, and a chance to spend some time browsing in the Trading House, the most unusual souvenir store in the whole of the Caribbean. The certain highlight of your tour will be a delicious lunch served in the splendid setting of the Great House itself. The tour ends with your return to Falmouth and your ship.

Price per person $71.00 Adults $64.00 Children

   


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 FMH20 - Horseback Ride & Swim (4 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  After leaving the ship and boarding an air-conditioned coach, this equestrian excursion begins with a scenic drive along the beautiful Jamaican coastline to reach the stables where you will saddle up prior to going for a ride. Experienced guides will accompany your horseback experience, providing information on the island’s rich history, culture, flora and fauna on the way. Look forward to enjoying the fresh breeze in your face and breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea as you travel towards Chukka Beach for the water-based leg of the tour. After your mounts have been unsaddled by your guides, you can then ride bareback right into the Caribbean Sea – a swimming experience like no other. To round off the outing, there will be time for you to visit the gift shop. Cold drinks and jerk chicken are also available for purchase at the bar and grill. A scenic return journey to the ship brings the tour to a close. Please note: guests must be at least 6 years of age, weigh no more than 220 lbs and be required to sign a waiver form to take part in the tour. The tour is not suitable for pregnant women

Price per person $105.00 Adults $95.00 Children

   


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 FMH21 - Bobsled Jamaica & Dunn's River Falls (6 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  This fun-packed tour begins when you board an air-conditioned coach at the pier and set off on about a 1-hour drive to Ocho Rios and Dunn’s River Falls. After a short comfort break on arrival, your guide will take you to climb the 600-foot cascading falls – a truly amazing experience. Back on the coach, you will then head for Mystic Mountain and the chairlift that will take you up 700 feet of mountainside through the tropical forest canopy. Once at the peak, you will have some time to check out the interesting displays on Jamaica’s history and culture as well as pay the enchanting humming bird garden a visit before you get set for the trill of your life: an exhilarating bobsled ride down a total of 2,780 feet of twisty-turny mountainside. After a controlled stop brings your bobsled ride to a safe close, an elevated tramway will transport you back up to the summit, where you can spend some time simply admiring the panoramic views and the gorgeous coastline. When you are ready to leave, the chairlift will then take you back down, where your coach will be waiting to return you to Falmouth and your ship. Please note: guests will be required to sign a waiver form to take part in the tour. Children must be at least 54” in height to ride the bobsled without being accompanied by a paying adult. Tour sequence may vary . The tour is not suitable for pregnant women and guests suffering from pre-existing neck, knee or back problems. You are recommended to wear swimwear and sturdy, rubber-soled shoes for the slippery and strenuous climb up Dunn’s River Falls. Water shoes are available for rent at the falls, but you should bring your own towel. You will not be permitted to jump down from the falls. Storage lockers are available for rent at the falls for a nominal fee.

Price per person $119.00 Adults $107.00 Children

   


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 FMH22 - Dolphin Swim & Dunns River Falls (5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Lunch or dinner included  What could be nicer than teaming a chance to swim alongside dolphins with the excitement of climbing up one of Jamaica’s most spectacular waterfalls? This enjoyable combination tour begins with a scenic drive in an air-conditioned coach, with a tour guide on hand to provide you with information on interesting places along the way. Once at Dunn’s River Falls, you can choose either to relax in comfort and simply enjoy the lush greenery or climb up 600 feet of cool, refreshing water as it cascades over natural limestone terraces. Then it’s off to Dolphin Cove where you will be welcomed with a glass of complimentary fruit juice and given some information on dolphins before you enter the world these fascinating aquatic mammals. Your interactive dolphin dip in deep water will then give you a chance to enjoy the thrill of "riding” a dolphin belly to belly and making friends with these lovable and intelligent creatures. At the end of your time in the water, you can spend the rest of the tour simply watching the dolphins at play in their natural habitat, the Caribbean Sea. The tour will be rounded off by some information on Jamaican culture. You will also be at liberty to use the amenities. Please note: guests must be at least 7 years of age to participate. As there are numerous steps to climb at Dunn’s River Falls, you are recommended to wear water shoes, which are available for rent at the falls. Neither cameras nor video equipment will be permitted in the dolphin enclosure. Photos of your dolphin experience will be available for sale. There are ramps and comfortable seating areas at both the Dolphin Cove and Dunn’s River Falls for guests who prefer to sit and watch climbers ascend the falls. The tour is not suitable for pregnant women and guests suffering from pre-existing neck, back, heart or respiratory problems.

Price per person $159.00 Adults $143.00 Children

   


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 FMH23 - Dolphin Encounter & Dunns River Falls (5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Lunch or dinner included  After boarding an air-conditioned coach at the pier, this splendid combination tour begins with a scenic drive along Jamaica’s beautiful coastline en route to Dunn’s River and the famous falls, during which time a friendly tour guide will provide you with information on places of interest along the way. On reaching the falls, you can then savour the thrill of climbing up 600 feet of natural limestone terraces with the cool mountain water gushing over you. If you prefer, you can also use the comfortable seating area to simply watch the climbers from a safe distance. Next up on the itinerary is Dolphin Cove, where you will be welcomed with a complimentary glass of juice. A briefing then follows, after which you can enter the world of dolphins, undoubtedly some of nature’s most fascinating creatures. From the comfort and safety of an interaction platform situated in shallow water, you can then get to know these wonderful aquatic mammals. Who could resist the chance of tickling a dolphin’s tummy or shaking a friendly fin? After your unforgettable up-close-and-personal dolphin encounter, you will still have time to watch these playful creatures in their natural habitat, the Caribbean Sea. Some information on Jamaica’s rich culture and an opportunity to use the amenities round off your tour before you return to Falmouth and your ship. Please note: children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by a paying adult. A waiver form must be signed by a legal adult guardian for guests who are under the age of 18. As there are numerous steps to climb at Dunn’s River Falls, you are recommended to wear water shoes, which are available for rent at the falls. Neither cameras nor video equipment will be permitted in the dolphin enclosure. Photos of your dolphin experience will be available for sale. There are ramps and comfortable seating areas at both Dolphin Cove and Dunn’s River Falls for guests who prefer to sit and watch climbers ascend the falls. The tour is not suitable for pregnant women and guests suffering from pre-existing neck, back, heart or respiratory problems.

Price per person $104.00 Adults $94.00 Children

   


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 FMH24 - Canopy Adventure (4 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  Challenge yourself to the ultimate thrill of a zip-line adventure high up in the rainforest canopy on this enchanting tour, which begins with a coach ride to the starting point of your arboreal experience. Before you set off, a complete safety briefing and demonstration of techniques will be given by a certified canopy specialist, who will also act as your guide throughout the activity. Look forward to stunning views of the 18th-century plantation and its orange groves from the unique vantage point of these lofty heights. Apart from revealing views of yesteryear as you look down on the remains of Jamaica’s colonial past, your adrenaline-pumping canopy journey over a 1,000-ft. zip-line is likely to be the closest you will ever come to knowing what it feels like to fly. Your return to the ship marks the end of the tour. Please note: guests must be at least 6 years of age and weigh no more than 250 lbs to participate. You are recommended to wear closed shoes (e.g. tennis shoes or sneakers) and take some cash for optional purchases. This tour is not suitable for pregnant women or guests with mobility or health problems.

Price per person $99.00 Adults $89.00 Children

   


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 FMH25 - Dunn's River Falls Express (5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: Strenuous - Active excursions recommended only for guests in good physical health  Discover some of Jamaica’s loveliest beauty spots on this scenic sightseeing tour, which begins with a drive through the island’s verdant countryside en route to the world-famous Dunn's River Falls. Led by experienced tour guides, you can experience the thrill of climbing the waterfall and then take a break to enjoy the soothing effect of the water on your back at the aptly named 'massage parlour'. For those who would prefer to stay dry, the activities of more adventurous guests can be observed from the safety of the terrace or deck. The surrounding tropical foliage is a riot of ferns, bamboos, ginger lilies, crotons, orchids, palms and breadfruit trees. Please note: guests are recommended to use sunscreen and bring a towel as well as to wear swimwear and non-skid water shoes, since climbing the many steps of the falls is both strenuous and slippery. Water shoes are available for rent at the waterfall.

Price per person $69.00 Adults $62.00 Children

   


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 FMH26 - Falmouth Highlights & the Outameni Experience (3 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: easy - May involve a limited quantity of steps, uneven surfaces and/or periods of standing  Drink included  Situated on Jamaica’s northern shores, the beautiful Georgian town of Falmouth bears testament to the country’s rich colonial heritage at every turn. Your immersive Jamaican experience begins with a drive through the lovely old town, including a visit to one of the island’s oldest places of worship, St. Peter’s Anglican Church. Moving on, you’ll then reach the fabulous Outameni Experience, a unique 90-minute blend of music, art, dance, drama and film that – in keeping with Jamaica’s national motto of “Out of many, one people” – aims to illustrate Jamaica’s eventful past, from the earliest Taíno inhabitants to the influence exerted by the later Spanish, African, English, Indian and Chinese settlers. After a warm welcome by colourfully clothed Jonkonnu (carnival) dancers, your journey through time will take you to a Taíno village and the belly of a slave ship before landing you back in the present day with a chance to participate in a typical Jamaican “passa passa”, a weekly street party that originated in Kingston. Get set to roll your hips and move your feet to the infectious rhythms of modern Jamaican dancehall music – a great way to round off your outing before you return to the ship. Please note: the tour involves approx. 90 minutes of standing and walking.

Price per person $59.00 Adults $53.00 Children

   


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 FMH27 - Walking with Wildlife at the Swamp Safari Village (2 hrs) - 2013/2014
Long route by bus  Drink included  It’s 1969 and an American known as Ross Kananga heads for Jamaica, not in search of holiday thrills, but to pursue an entirely more adventurous end: to found a crocodile farm in the virgin mangrove swamps near Falmouth. The venture that began in late 1970 along with two local friends quickly drew the crowds and has since grown to provide a sanctuary for much more than just crocodiles. A short drive will first take you through the pretty Georgian town of Falmouth to reach the Village, after which your guided swamp safari will begin. Prepare to hold your breath as Buddy, intrepid croc wrangler by trade, handles these amazing reptiles, sneak a peek at the (non-poisonous) Jamaican yellow snake, look upwards to see rare birds as you stroll through the aviary and get your fill of cute-looking critters like Jamaican coneys, collared peccaries, coatimundis, agoutis, tayras and spotted pacas. A visit to the Kananga House will then transport you to the world of film when you find out how the famous croc-jumping scene was shot for the 1972 Bond movie, “Live & Let Die”. Continue the Bond moment when you sip a refreshing tropical drink at the Village Bar before setting off on your journey back to the ship. Please note: as the open-air safari involves longer periods of walking and standing in the heat, guests are recommended to wear a hat and sunglasses as well as bring/use sunscreen.

Price per person $49.00 Adults $44.00 Children

   


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 FMH28 - Golf Tour (5.5 hrs) - 2013/2014
Difficulty level: moderate - May involve inclines, steps, uneven surfaces and/or extended periods of standing  Designed by the world-famous golf course architects, von Hagge, Smelek & Baril, the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course is not only utterly beautiful, but also one of the most demanding courses you’re ever likely to find. Combining the best of links and inland golf in a single setting, the unforgettable Cinnamon Hill experience will see you play with spectacular views of the Caribbean at almost every turn, tee-off at 350 feet above mean sea level with the wind whistling in the trees, navigate tight fairways peppered with strategically placed bunkers, catch a glimpse of Cinnamon Hill Great House – the former winter residence of the late great Johnny Cash – and even come face to face with the waterfall that featured in the 1972 Bond movie, “Live & Let Die”. With all that to inspire you higher, the amazing Cinnamon Hill Golf Course promises an experience you’ll fondly remember long after you return to your ship. Please note: to avoid disappointment, guests are requested to follow the Golf Club’s strict dress code: collared shirt, tailored shorts or trousers (no denim) with sports socks and golf shoes. Guests wearing jeans, halter-neck tops or swimwear will be refused entry to the club complex. All guests are required to sign a waiver form. The price of the tour includes all green fees as well as use of a golf cart and golf clubs.

Price per person $159.00 Adults $143.00 Children

   


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Shore Excursions programs and Itineraries may vary depending on local conditions and/or any unforeseen events in relation to the timing on the day of the tour. Some excursions are very popular and therefore availability cannot always be guaranteed, It is advisable to book in advance to avoid disappointment.