Could you recommend a good family excursion in Falmouth, Jamaica?


Could you recommend a good family excursion? We will be going in August on the Oasis of the Seas docking in Falmouth.

Falmouth is a popular Jamaican port so there are a large number of shore excursions available and a good choice excursions which are ideal for families.

The Chukka Beach Break is a simple, relaxing excursion where you can relax on the beach or play with the kids on the sand or swim in the ocean.

The Jamaica Swamp Safari Village adventure tour is a more active family excursion from Falmouth, where you can meet crocodiles, snakes, deer and birds at the very location where 007 performed his famous crocodile jump in Live and Let Die.

A Heartbeat of Jamaica is an excursion ideal for families who want to explore the country’s history and you’ll visit a sugar estate, a rural school and enjoy a spot of food-tasting.

Another activity which has something for everyone is the Good Hope Estate by Horse and Carriage excursion, where kids will love travelling in a horse-drawn carriage and adults will be fascinated by the 18th century great house.

A good water-based excursion is the Chukka River Tubing Safari, where the whole family can enjoy a trip down the Martha Brae River in a tube ring.

Dolphin Cove and Dunns River Falls is another good family excursion, as adults will enjoy the breathtaking scenery at the falls themselves and the kids will be able to watch dolphins at play and meet all manner of animals at Dolphin Cove.

If you’re an active family, then a Chukka Zipline Canopy excursion is an exhilarating way to experience the forest from above.

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Jenni Fielding
Jenni has been working in the travel industry for over 10 years. She fell in love with cruising on her first-ever cruise, a Caribbean cruise on Allure of the Seas, during her honeymoon in 2013. Nowadays, Jenni enjoys cruising with her husband and two young children. Her favourite ships are family-friendly megaships which are packed with exciting facilities. She loves sea days and had been known to skip port visits to spend more time on the ship!

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