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Falmouth, Jamaica Cruise Port

Once a quiet town, Falmouth was revived in 2011 when the renovated port reopened. Now you can see a mix of old and new Jamaica in the thriving city as you explore the cobblestoned streets and Georgian shops. 

52%

good (673 votes)

What people said about this port:

"...where the larger ships dock rather than ocho rios or montego bay but shore trips are available for those ports as well..." in 14 reviews.

279 reviews and tips of Falmouth, Jamaica




Not Good

I like Red Stripe beer, in the ship terminal they wanted 5 dollars for one Red Stripe, I went out the gate and went one block to the market, I got 3 Red Stripes for 5 dollars...Yeh Mon

Not Good

In the Falmouth Cruise Ship terminal they have a Harley Davidson t shirt shop

Not Good

In the Cruise Terminal in Falmouth , they are building a new Margaritaville it looks like it will be a big one, they say it will be open soon, I was there 2-21-2013

Not Good

If you shop in the Falmouth cruise terminal go to the flea market in the terminal , good prices,the store`s are all high priced

Traveled As:
Couple Experience:
7+ cruises
Very Good

Falmouth just opened as a port for Royal Caribbean in February. Though it has been a port for hundreds of years it is just now being re-habilitated. This is a very poor area. You must book an activity or plan to stay on the ship after looking through the few shops that are available. However, the number of tour choices is huge.

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Traveled As:
Large Group Experience:
2-3 cruises
So, So

We did innertubing down the river, boat cruise and Dunn River Falls tour. The whole day moved along quickly. Lunch was amazing at some random hotel. They served Jerk chicken and pork that was the best thing we ate all week. The day was fun but ghetto fabulous. We didn't get hassled, but the poverty was everywhere.

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Traveled As:
Family w/older children Experience:
4-6 cruises
Very Good

We went to Mystic Mountain and did the sky lift, bob sled and lunch. What a NICE place. Would go back again anytime. Don't expect to see wild animals in the "rainforest" but you will enjoy the view. The bob sledding is a MUST, so much fun! Lunch was good as well and the entertainment was fun. We then went to Dunn River Falls. Beautiful as well. We did not climb the waterfall due to injuries on our part, but it sure did look like the others were having fun and enjoying themselves. Be CAREFUL of the shops.... they are relentless!

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