Located in the parish of St James is the Greenwood Great House of Jamaica. The house is a beautiful example of late 18th century architecture found in Jamaica and is one of the only houses to escape unscathed from the slave rebellion of 1831. You'll also take a trip down the Martha Brae on a bamboo raft as well as pay a visit to the world famous Dunns River Falls.
Your world of fun begins when you depart Montego Bay and make the first stop at Greenwood Great House, one of the finest antique museums in the Caribbean.
Then it is on to Martha Brae River for rafting aboard a 30ft (9 meter) bamboo seat and enjoy the lovely scenery whilst your captain briefs you on the flora and fauna found by the riverside.
The tour continues when you get to explore one of Jamaica's most renowned waterfalls, the Dunns River Falls, where you'll bask in the water that gushes from 600ft. (180 meters) above.
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