Black River Safari and the Ocho Rios Rain Forest in Jamaica
|Photo: Jamaica's Black River Tour. Creative Commons/gailf548Planning a trip to Jamaica? Include an off-beat, island safari attraction or horseback trek through the Ocho Rios rainforest in Jamaica.|
Visit the Black River Town in the St. Elizabeth parish of Jamaica to participate in a Black River Safari tour. An adventure of a life time, this safari tour includes a slow boat ride down the river to view Jamaica's majestic tropical flowers, mangroves and birds life. As you navigate down the Black River, you may also get a glimpse of the endangered crocodiles of Jamaica.
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|Smell the flowers off the beaten path in Jamaica. Photo by: Darryl Braaten|
Ocho Rios' Rain Forest Tour
The Ocho Rios' Rain Forest guided tour navigates you down the Greater Dunns River Fall into Jamaica's beautiful rain forest -- on horseback! Experience in riding a horse is not required. Leave on horseback from St. Ann's Bay and travel through the rugged terrain alongside Greater St. Ann's Bay River. An assortment of tour operators provide this guided tour service from St. Ann. Tours average about 4 hours.
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