Very large port take your time walking through the port and enjoy the local scenery.
Visited: Sep 10, 2017
We went zip lining and climbed Dunn River Falls with Chukka. It was fantastic!! I highly recommend! We loved the Jamaican people.
Visited: Dec 10, 2017
We enjoyed our time in and around Falmouth, Jamaica. The Port Area is Very Nice (Seems Very Clean and Secure). Fairly Large Area with lots of Shops/Restaurants. The Margaritaville has a Nice Pool and Great Cheeseburgers-in-Paradise😉👍(A little pricey, but No more than other places we've been in the Caribbean). We also did the Trolley Tour this visit that starts in the Port Area. We really enjoyed it, but as someone else mentioned is rather Expensive for what you get ($100 for 3 for Approx Hour & Half Tour). Glad we did it, but once is Plenty. Also (IMO) based on some of the places we traveled through and things we saw I Would Not feel comfortable walking around outside the Port Area with my Family on our own (Again just my Opinion). The Tour stops at a Church, with Roadside Vendors, and a Beach, couple more vendors (both stops are around 15-20 minutes). The Vendors were not overly pushy and several were in fact quite nice (My Son got to be buddies with one of them). The Guides tell History of Island and point out Landmarks while the Trolley is in Motion. Was our 2nd Visit to this Port and have enjoyed both Visits. Will be posting pictures shortly.😊👍
I was very surprised when we got off the ship and it was totally updated too. Went to the Dunn's River Falls which was fun for all. This time the vendors did not try their hardest to sell stuff which was a relief!! Made for an enjoyable journey
Visited: Oct 13, 2019
I wasn’t looking forward to this port because of all the reviews I read, but turned out to be an amazing day! Port shopping area is very nice. No pressure from anyone. We did the GO NATIVE excursion through RC and learned how the locals live. Very educational and interesting. We felt 100% safe at all times. We visited a church built in the 1700s, a school, and a plantation where we got to try fresh fruit grown right there. We also was fed a delicious jerk chicken lunch at the plantation.
Do not purchase any t-shirt or handcraft item in the air condition shop. The native give you a better deal, look for the shops that look like a grass huts. You can bargain with the owner. They will give you a better deal. Also, found Del Sol t -shirt for $15.00 for an adult and $12.00 for children in a hut type shop in the Grand Cayman.
Visited: Dec 20, 2015
By far our favorite stop on cruise! Did river tubing with VIP beach trip booked through ship....about 45 min to the beautiful river,about an hour float. Guide great! VIP beach break(Bamboo beach)was outstanding! Best food I had on cruise...real jerk chicken (I want more just thinking about it!) All the locals we met were very nice. Some good shopping inside the port. Will definitely visit again!
We absolutely loved Dunns River falls. We had a blast with our guides. We also enjoyed Reggae Hill. We got to sit and relax with drinks and some awesome food
Visited: Oct 01, 2017
I absolutely fell in love with Fallmouth! The port was very nicely laid out. Lots of true authentic shopping. The shops again weren't pushy for you to buy anything.
Visited: Sep 10, 2017
Lots of fun. We took the river tubing excursion. The staff were very attentive! Alando Gilpin was our rafting guide and he was terrific. I liked how all the staff were very open about teaching you about their Jamaican culture and letting you participate in some of that with the language like "Yeah mon."
Visited: Feb 18, 2018
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