Jamaica is blessed with a spectacular coastline – 150 miles (240km) from the coast and many navigable rivers, the island is more than just a beach destination in the Caribbean. There are a variety of water activities in Jamaica you can enjoy. You can get to know about Jamaica trips and excursions through online search.
If you are traveling with children, the best place to enjoy water sports in Jamaica will definitely be the Dolphins Cove. This popular marine park located in Ocho Rios, one of the most popular tourist resort on the island and is also home to the signature attraction of Jamaica – Dunns River Falls.
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In fact, you can combine the tour with a visit to Dolphin Cove waterfall too. While the falls are quite bright, the main attraction is the fact that you can actually go up to the top of the waterfall. The water here Cascades through a series of rocks that form a natural staircase to the top. The rocks are slippery but not dangerous. Visit a waterfall, and you'll see the visitors to hold hands, form a human chain and balance their way to the top.
You can then head to the nearby Dolphin Cove where admission includes a number of activities including the captain of your own glass bottom boat and kayaks to explore the spectacular coastline, snorkel and interact with stingrays, exploring the forest path and watch the show sharks. But the main highlight at Dolphin Cove is a swim with a pair of dolphins.
Another interesting tour is the so-called 'hold and feed the sharks' tour. The name itself was giving himself to what was expected and so this is definitely for those with strong nerves. In the company of a trained instructor, you can hold and feed the animals dangerous yet attractive. And if you have it in you, you can actually swim with them.
River tubing is another interesting way to discover the real Jamaica in all its tropical glory. You can opt for river tubing adventure on the Great River.