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Best things to do in Trelawny Parish

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Harbour / Marina
“Very different and unique thing to do, a night tour on the lagoon, including swimming. Very accessible and a fun thing to do. ”
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River
“Rafting on the Martha Brae, the island’s #1 rafting attraction is located approximately three miles inland from the town of Falmouth. The attraction is a mere twenty miles from Montego Bay and forty miles from Ocho Rios. The embarkation area, “Rafter’s Village”, encompasses six acres of beautifully manicured lawns situated on a natural horseshoe island. It offers a fully appointed recreational facility which includes picnic grounds, a full service bar, two souvenir shops, swimming pool and modern restrooms. Before embarking on the tour, guests can also take a stroll through “Miss Martha’s Herb Garden”, a presentation of Jamaica’s herbs famous for their medicinal and healing properties. ”
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Establishment
“Chukka also have zip lining, Tubing on the Martha Brae, Horseback Riding. They do watch the kids if you need to do adult adventures. There is also historical sites as well. Oh this place does the best jerk chicken i have ever tasted and its not known for that! awesome!”
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Natural Feature
“Burwood public beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Jamaica, it is just minutes away. Come enjoy the shallow waters, it is safe for children and has a lifeguard. Also near the Royalton Hotel.”
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Restaurant
“The best Sea Food restaurant around Montego Bay. Good for freshly cooked fish and lobsters (if there is season for them). Meals cost around 20-30 USD per person. ”
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Museum
“Find out about the former owners of this historical building and learn about the life on a sugar plantation as you tour the grounds and observe the collection. ”
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Natural Feature
“Why not experience bamboo rafting, the island number one rafting attraction, located three miles away.”
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River
“Stunning tour through the rainforest on a bamboo raft. The tour takes 1.30 hours, costs 60 USD per raft (can hold 2 people). 15 mins drive from Calypso Villa. Open from 9 am to 4 pm. ”
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Travel Agency
“Falmouth is a historic town and plenty of historic sites to see. Falmouth was the first town in jamaica to have running water piped in from the Martha Brae river. Falmouth was built in honor of King George and its architecture is "Georgian" as a result. Falmouth also has the oldest Jewish cemetery in Jamaica, to the surprise of a lot of tourists. ”
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Point of Interest
“Great fun for adults and kids alike. Good Hope Estate boasts canopy tours, river tubing, horseback riding, and carriage tours.”
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Museum
“A a fine example of late 18th century Great House construction in Jamaica and the finest antique museum in the Caribbean.”
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Coffee Shop
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“Multiple locations to choose from when it comes to Margaritaville. There is also one location on the hip strip in Montego Bay. However, I believe this Falmouth location is the newest. Everyone knows Margaritaville! ”
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Port
“ This is the place where you can view the culture of Jamaica and the people. This is where one of the Port is located in Jamaica ( Falmouth).”
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Town
“Pepper's Jerk Center, 20 Duke St. The best restaurant in Falmouth for jerked chicken,jerked port, barbecued chicken, escoveiched fish. Donna's Caribbean Restaurant, authentic Jamaican food. ”
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Premise
“Wonderful place to go for a hike. You can book tours for caving or hiking there. ”
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Establishment
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