Things to do in Ocho Rios


Reggae Sunsplash: The 18th annual world-renowned reggae music festival will be held July 12-15 at the Dover Racetrack in Discovery Bay along the North-coast. Call for details.

Dunn's River Fails: 600 feet of gently terraced cascades for climbing; picnic facilities in gardens; linger at one of Jamaica's prettiest beaches.

Fern's Gully: 4 mile road built in an old riverbed that winds through a lush valley of ferns.

Harmony Hall: In a gingerbread mansion, an art gallery, craft shops, a picturesque pub and frequent opportunities to meet Jamaican artists who favor this spot.

Night on the White River: Canoe ride up a torch lit river to the sounds of drums. Folklore show, dinner, and open bar.

Prospect Plantation: Tours of a working plantation in an open jitney... bananas, sugarcane, coconuts and breadfruit.

Calypso Rafting
Entrance Fee: US$30 (Per Raft/Two Persons)
Hours: 9am-5pm, daily

Columbus Park
Entrance Fee: Free
Hours: All Day, daily

Coyaba River Garden & Museum
Entrance Fee: US$4.50
Hours: 8:30am-5pm, daily

Dunn's River Falls & Park
Entrance Fee: US$5 (Includes Climb Falls)
Hours: 8am-5pm, daily

Evening on the White River
Entrance Fee: US$36 (Includes Dinner & Drinks)
Hours: 7pm-11pm, Sun & Tues

Fern Gully
Entrance Fee: Free
Hours: All Day, daily

Firefly (Noel Coward's former home)
Entrance Fee: US$10
Hours: 9am-4pm, Mon-Sat

Harmony Hall
Entrance Fee: Free
Hours: 10am-6pm, daily

Prospect Plantation Tour
Entrance Fee: US$10
Hours: 10:30am, 2pm & 3:30pm, daily

Shaw Park Gardens
Entrance Fee: JA$60
Hours: 7:30am-5:30pm, daily

Wilderness Resort
Entrance Fee: JA$45
Hours: 10am-5pm, daily

Fees subject to change without notice