This half-day tour is a fantastic way to get to grips with some of Jamaica’s picture-perfect waterways. After a scenic, air-conditioned drive along the coast you arrive at the town of Falmouth to see St. Peter’s Anglican Church, one of the oldest and largest Anglican churches in Jamaica before pulling up at the Martha Brae rafting centre – a laid-back spot hidden in lush vegetation by Miss Martha's Herb Garden. After a short safety briefing, you’re ready to climb aboard your bamboo raft. Your very own raftsman will sail you down the lazy river, so all you have to worry about is listening to the birdsong, taking in the jungle-like backdrop and enjoying your guide’s tales of local folklore. Three chilled-out miles later, you’ll moor up at Rafter’s Rest – a riverside café and hub of craft stalls. Then it’s all aboard the coach for the return trip to port. Once in Montego Bay, there’ll be free time for a duty free shop before heading back to ship.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.