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Falmouth, , Jamaica
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The Falmouth Swamp Safari (also known as Charles Swaby's Swamp Safari or Falmouth Crocodile Farm) is a wetland nature reserve, set in 2 acres of the Trelawny mangroves. As the name suggests, the main feature of the attraction are the crocodiles, with over 80 specimens from over the island residing here. The Swamp Safari is also home to other indigenous and foreign species such as owls, snakes and iguanas.
The attraction is run by Charles Swaby who also runs a large crocodile safari in Black River.

You may recognise the Falmouth Swamp Safari from the James Bond film "Live and Let Die" as Kananga's crocodile farm. This was the location for the famous scene where James Bond (played by Roger Moore) escapes from certain doom by running across the backs of a line of crocodiles to safety.

Falmouth, , Trelawney
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Escape to a Caribbean paradise with Royalton White Sands Montego Bay
Jamaica’s vibrant culture meets ultimate luxury at our all-inclusive Royalton White Sands resort! Discover sophisticated décor influenced by the Caribbean’s natural beauty, featuring top quality accommodations, impeccable attention to detail, and exceptional personalized service.

Offering a luxurious all-inclusive experience in Jamaica, guests can experience the unique All-In Luxury® experience at the Royalton White Sands resort. Feast on eclectic cuisine from around the world with reservation-free dining at buffet-style and à la carte restaurants, or sip on a signature cocktail and mingle at one of the resort's many elegant bars. Then, indulge in handmade desserts at the on-site café and unwind at the refreshingly modern The Royal Spa.

Falmouth, , Trelawney
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All-access fun at an exclusive port tucked between Montego Bay and Ocho Rios. Explore a part of Jamaica’s North Coast reserved solely for cruise ship passengers at Margaritaville Caribbean Falmouth.

Walk the plank, past the boat and crow’s nest to our Pirate Bar. Get hooked on the best jerk BBQ Chicken around at our Courtyard Patio, and maroon yourself in our giant margarita shaped hot tub.

Falmouth, , Jamaica
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Born in Jamaica, Kaya is the first medicinal Ganja herb house in the Caribbean. Our holistic wellness-focused ecosystem was created to allow our visitors to learn about the history of Ganja, see how it’s grown and enjoy it in a social setting.

Kaya spreads knowledge and love for this ancient herb, while bringing people together - the way Ganja is supposed to be enjoyed.

Falmouth, , Jamaica
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The Luminous Lagoon is home to one of the most spectacular natural phenomena in the world. The lagoon is home to billions of microscopic organisms which glow an iridescent blue / green colour when the water is disturbed. Boats run continuously from the Glistening Waters restaurant after dark. Just turn up and wait for the next boat to arrive to take you on the half hour tour. You'll see bright flashes of light in the water as fish swim around the boat and when the boat is moving the micro organisms leave a bright green glow in its wake. The boat will stop for you to take a swim if you want to and watch the water glow all around you with every stroke you take. If you're feeling adventurous make sure you bring your swimwear so that you can take a dip in the lagoon and see the water glow around you. The base of the shallow lagoon is silty and muddy so you may prefer to wear something on your feet if you swim. The guide will also give you some history of the Falmouth area and a scientific explanation of the bioluminescent phenomenon.

Trelawney, , Jamaica
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The rustic boutique resort of Time 'N' Place offers one of the most atmospheric back-to-basics beach experiences in all of Jamaica. Time 'N' Place is run by Tony Moncrieffe who built the resort with his own hands over 20 years ago and has run the resort ever since. Time 'N' Place attracts many repeat visitors and many guests have commented on the way that Tony treats visitors like old friends rather than hotel guests.

Falmouth, , Jamaica
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Best restaurant in Falmouth Jamaica
Falmouth, Jamaica is home to some of the best preserved Georgian era architecture and Pepper’s Jerk Center is set in former slave quarters.

The touch of history as you indulge into authentic Jamaican dishes, takes you back in time and makes you truly get a feel of life in Jamaica. Taste our savory Jerked chicken, jerked pork, curried shrimp, curried chicken, escoveiched fish, barbecued chicken and more.

Pepper’s Jerk Center is only a short walk from the center of town, and the Falmouth Port. With Free WiFi and free in-town delivery, it’s easy to get a taste of Pepper’s!

Have a special function or event? We cater! Contact us.

Trelawney, , Jamaica
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Taking a trip to Falmouth is like stepping back in time. Falmouth is the best preserved Georgian town in the Caribbean and is said to have some of the best examples of Georgian architecture outside of Britain. Walk down the historic streets and see grand Georgian houses standing shoulder to shoulder with quaint wooden dwellings.

Establishment of Falmouth
The town was established in 1769 when Edward Barrett (the grandfather of English poet Elizabeth Barrett Brown) sold 170 acres of land for the establishment of the town. Barrett kept the costal land for himself and donated land for a courthouse, church and public buildings to be built. Whilst many towns grow organically, Falmouth was planned from inception. Roads were laid out in a grid formation and fresh water was piped from the nearby Martha Brae river to a reservoir in the town centre. Falmouth had a piped water system before even New York City.

The town takes its name from a town called Falmouth in Cornwall, England, which was the birthplace of Sir William Trelawny, the Governor of Jamaica at the time. The main roads (King Street, Queen Street, St. Victoria Street, St. Rodney Street, St. George Street, Albert Street and Stanley Street) are named after English heroes of the era.

Falmouth's Heyday
Between 1800 and 1840 Falmouth was one of Jamaica's thriving port towns. Jamaica was one of the leading sugar exporters in the world and much of Jamaica's sugar was shipped from Falmouth. The Wharves would handle around 30 ships a day, usually unloading slaves shipped from Africa and filling the ships back up with sugar and rum bound for Europe. Many grand houses were built in Falmouth as planters kept second homes in the town. The town was also known for riotous nightlife with many ships' crews eager to spend their money whilst on shore.

Falmouth PO,, Trelawney, Jamaica
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Offers you peace and quiet at an unbeatable price. We will go the extra mile to make sure that you are comfortable. Not a crowded, oversized setting where you are just one of many. We offer you an intimate setting where you can feel like you are in a home of your own with personalized attention. We will help you to experience the real Jamaica by allowing you live among and interact with real Jamaicans. Experience the food, the music, the rum, the red stripe but best of all, the people
We are located just three miles outside the historical town of Falmouth. In Falmouth you can freely walk around and admire the old buildings of the Georgian Era, a time when Jamaica was a colony of Great Britain. During that time most of the buildings in the town were built with a similar design to buildings in England. Falmouth was the first town in the Americas to have piped running water. We are also just a mile away from the Martha Brae river where you can enjoy river rafting. We are 20 minutes from Montego Bay, an hour and a half from Negril and an hour from Ocho Rios. If there are any particular attractions you are interested in we can arrange visits for you.

Falmouth, , Jamaica
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Hopscotch Jerk Centre and Seafood has a delectable array of food to tease the palate. Entertainment at it's best and a bar to wet your appetite.

Trelawney, , Jamaica
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The Outameni Experience is a must-see attraction for those wanting to experience the culture and history of Jamaica. The interactive experience transports guests through the history of Jamaica, from the Taino Indian origins through the plantation era to the modern day. Outameni is a Taino word meaning "Come Together", it is also very similar to the Jamaican national motto "Out of many one people".

Trelawney, , Jamaica
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Nestled on a beautiful and secluded private Caribbean beach, Bamboo Beach Club’s tropical scenery provides the perfect setting to make lasting memories. Crisp white sail shades and natural palm trees line the seashore creating intimate little shady areas where you can relax and enjoy the ambiance. Soak up the rays on the beach as the melodious sound of popular reggae and dancehall music lends a real cool vibe.
Smiling, friendly hostesses are a vision in white sarongs and wide straw hats. As they circle the beach with large trays of Jamaican dishes and tasty cocktails, their contagious enthusiasm and genuine willingness to please highlights our pampering environment.
We offer one of the most unique cultural experiences on the island. Jamaican dancers and reggae drummers dressed in colorful costumes entertain throughout the day with high energy shows and songs. Join the fun with your hostesses in lively line dancing sessions or try your hand at playing the kumina drums.
For an even more comprehensive experience, book a combination tour - add a climb up Dunn’s River Falls or ride the Jamaican rapids… ya mon!
Everything is Irie at Bamboo Beach Club!

Falmouth, , Jamaica
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Glistening Waters Restaurant serves up delicious Jamaican cuisine that is as tasty as it looks! Beautiful presentation, excellent service and just the right ambiance for an exciting evening on the Luminous Lagoon bay. Our full service bars offer daily drink specials, refreshing blended fruit drinks, signature rum punches, a fantastic wine menu and ice cold Red Stripe, Guinness, Dragon Stout as well as other beers. Our experienced bartenders can make just about anything you desire, plus drinks you’ve never even probably heard of, so be sure to ask what their drink specials of the day are and experience some island refreshments and a tour of the Luminous Lagoon!

In the kitchen, our master chefs prepare the freshest foods using the finest locally sourced ingredients to create delicious, mouth watering combinations all cooked to absolute perfection. Lobster, shrimp, fish, conch, chicken, pork, steak. Fried, grilled, curried, Jerked, steamed, roasted, stewed. You name it. We prepare most dishes in 3-5 different styles for your favorite tastes. Our restaurant dining menu is sure to please any palate. Be sure to ask about any restaurant or bar specials when you arrive.

Falmouth, , Jamaica
876-348-9747
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Blended Natural Juice, Chicken, Seafood, Fresh Vegetable, Side order

Trelawney, , Jamaica
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Rio Bueno is one of two places which are believed to be Christopher Columbus's first landing point in Jamaica (the other is St. Ann's Bay). The town has a run-down historic feel with many old Georgian buildings still (just about) in tact. Film buffs may recognise Rio Bueno as the setting for the film "A High Wind in Jamaica".

Churches and forts
Rio Bueno boasts the picturesque pale blue St. Mark's Church. Another eye-catching church is the ruined remains of the Baptist Church, perched high up on the hill overlooking the town.

In the West end of Rio Bueno is the ruins of Fort Dundas. The fort dated from the late 18th / early 17th century when Jamaica's Governor, Lord Balcarres, commissioned it to defend Jamaica against the threat of attacks from Cuba. Fort Dundas gets its name from the British Secretary of War at the time, Henry Dundas.

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