Scotchies, Jamaica

If you want to try authentic jerk cuisine while vacationing in Jamaica, you should consider a visit to Scotchies. Scotchies has three locations in Jamaica, the original restaurant is just outside Montego Bay and the others can be found outside of Ocho Rios and Kingston.

We visited the Scotchies close to Ocho Rios during a stay in Runaway Bay.

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Scotchies, Ocho Rios, Jamaica

The aroma hit us as soon as we got out of the car. Smoky, barbecue deliciousness…mmm…could hardly wait.

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Preparing Jerk Chicken

Jerk chicken, pork and fish are barbecued in the traditional style over pimento wood.

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Pork on the barbeque

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Pork Rum Ribs every Tuesday

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Scotchies Menu

We ordered 1/4 lb of chicken and 1/4 lb of pork. There were also some delicious sides such as rice & beans, festival (a delightful slightly sweet cake or roll that is said to be a perfect accompaniment to spicy jerk dishes), and roasted breadfruit. Foregoing the sides for a Red Stripe (we were only 3 days into our all-inclusive stay at Jewel Runaway Bay and already had minimal room for a full meal!), we sat down at the bar to enjoy our foil wrapped and succulent jerk.

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Jerk Chicken, Pork and a Red Stripe at Scotchies

Plenty of room to sit outside and dine as well.

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Outside dining at Scotchies, Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Beautiful grounds and great food. We especially dug the jerk pork. So good. Next time we’ll leave room for the sides too – hmmm. Or maybe just more meat…

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Beaches Negril Resort & Spa, Jamaica

We are lucky enough to have spent many great years traveling with our two fun and adventurous kids, but now they’re grown and we travel as a couple – or with friends, most of whom have grown children of their own. So how did we end up at Beaches Negril Resort & Spa, chosen as the #1 Hotel for Families in the Caribbean for 2013?

Well, due to unforeseen circumstances during a trip last fall to Jamaica, we did – and loved it!

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We were a little skeptical at first, thinking it would not be a relaxing 5 days, listening to screaming kids and sitting amidst a Disney type of environment, but we didn’t find that to be the case at all. Perhaps because Beaches Negril sits on a lushly landscaped 20 acres right on Seven Mile Beach, it seemed as if there was room for kids to be kids and for adults to relax and enjoy the sunshine and scenery.

What did we enjoy about our stay at Beaches? We’ll show you!

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Welcome rum punch (made with Appleton of course!) while checking in

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Open air lobby

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Waiting area just off of lobby

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Well -appointed, comfortable room with mini bar, coffeemaker and deck

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All-inclusive! Choose from a variety of delicious offerings at 7 specialty restaurants

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Cafe de Paris offered specialty coffees and fresh pastries, desserts and ice cream

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Plenty of room and not very crowded

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Friendly bartenders at 6 bars (2 swim up bars)

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Lounge chairs and lounge beds on the beach for total relaxation

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Right on beautiful Seven-Mile Beach

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Use of a variety of water toys

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Rum with a view

And the thing we liked most about our time there…

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Seeing families enjoy spending time together while enjoying the beautiful Caribbean.


Although we were traveling without kids, we enjoyed our stay at Beaches Negril Resort & Spa. Looking for an adult-only resort? Beaches Resorts are the family friendly properties of Sandals Resorts. Sandals Negril Beach Resort and Spa is also located on beautiful Seven-Mile Beach and offers an all-inclusive adult only experience.


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Appleton Rum Factory Tour, Jamaica

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Deep within the beautiful Jamaican countryside lies Appleton Estate, home of the family of wonderful Appleton rums
. During our recent trip to Jamaica, we made the long trip from Negril through the lush fields of Nassau Valley, to take a tour and learn more about Appleton rums.

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During the drive to Appleton, we passed by fields and fields of sugarcane, as well as mangoes, bananas, breadfruit and peanuts.

The estate itself sits on a beautiful site in lush Nassau Valley, close to the Black River.

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We arrived at Appleton, were greeted by the friendly staff, paid our tour fee ($25 per person) and ushered into the bar, where we were offered a rum punch.

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While sipping the tasty punch, we watched a brief video on the history of Appleton Estate and it’s rum.

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Our tour guide then led us outside then to the estate grounds, where we were shown how donkeys were used to help squeeze the sugar cane and many other historical artifacts that have now been replaced with modern technology and processes.

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We climbed the lookout tower to get a great view of the surrounding estate, countryside and limestone hills that protect the estate.

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The tour moved on to the area where the distilling and aging take place.

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Photography was not permitted in the actual distilling area, but we were able to snap some pictures in the aging area, where the rum is aged and rests for for many years in oak barrels.

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After learning about the different distillation processes and examining the aging areas, we had the chance to press our own sugarcane and sample “wet sugar” (molasses) out of a copper pot.

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A few more pictures of the grounds and we headed in to the best part (in our opinion) of the tour – the rum tasting.

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We were given the opportunity, and encouraged, to try all of the rums that are somehow connected in the Appleton Rum Family including Wray & Nephew Overproof and Rum Cream, Coruba, Jamaican Blue Mountain Mist Coffee Liqueur and several Appleton Rums such as V/X and Genesis (white).

Unfortunately,  the wonderful aged rums, Appleton Estate, Appleton 30 and Appleton 50 were not available for sampling. We though about bringing some of the Appleton 50 home and probably would have it we had more room in our suitcase… ;)

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Is the Appleton Rum Factory Tour right for you? The cost of the tour is $25.00 per person (which includes a small complimentary bottle of rum to take with you). We paired the Rum Factory Tour with YS Falls and Floyd’s Pelican Bar, which made it an affordable experience for us. The cost of getting to Appleton can be high from Ocho Rios, Montego Bay and Negril, but if you enjoy rum and would like to learn more about a premium rum manufacturer, the estate it’s produced on and have the opportunity to sample different rums in their portfolio, you will probably really enjoy this tour. We did.

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Floyd’s Pelican Bar, Jamaica

Floyd’s Pelican Bar was at the top of our must see list during our recent trip to Jamaica and we’re SO glad that we got to experience it.

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This seriously cool bar sits on wooden stilts about 3/4’s of a mile from shore in Parottee Bay on the SW side of Jamaica. Built by local fisherman Floyd Forbes who apparently dreamed of building a bar out to sea on stilts – his dream bar first opened in 2001. Floyd named his bar “Pelican Bar” because of the many pelicans that hang out on the reef around the bar.

Our trip to Floyd’s was part of a great day of touring that we set up with Carlton of Turner Taxis and Tours. It was our last stop of the day after playing at YS Falls and touring the Appleton Rum Factory.

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Carlton brought us down to Basil’s Bar in Parottee where we caught a ride on a fishing boat to Floyd’s. From here you can just barely see Floyd’s in the distance.

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Our ride to Floyd’s

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The ride from Basil’s took about 15 minutes and the water was calm and beautiful. The fee was $15 roundtrip per person.

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Pulling up to Floyd’s we were amazed at the construction. It truly was built from planks of wood and stilts placed in the shallow water and it looked as if it would blow over in a rainstorm, but it was just one of the most interesting places you’d ever imagine seeing – especially that far out to sea.

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Our boat dropped us off at the front steps and told us they’d be back to pick us up later…

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What’s so special about Floyd’s Pelican Bar? We’ll try to show you through pics. Floyd’s is not large, but it seems every square inch has something interesting or unusual to check out. People from all over the world have left their mark or a memento during their visit.

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The Pelican Bar was destroyed in 2004 by Hurricane Ivan and although Floyd didn’t carry insurance to re-build, other area businesses helped out with donations of wood and labor.

Out of the back of the main bar, Floyd has added an addition – a sun deck of sorts. Great place to enjoy a cold Red Stripe or some rum, and chat with the locals and others that have made their way to the Pelican Bar.

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The water around Floyd’s is only a few feet deep and a great place to float, snorkel or ease your way in after enjoying a few beers (there’s no restroom at Floyd’s!) If it’s too busy to find a seat inside or on the sun deck, you can just lounge in the water with your beverages!

Apparently the lobster and fresh fish dinner’s are very tasty and if you’d like to dine while there, ask your driver to call ahead.

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Be sure to bring a memento such as a t-shirt, flag, cap, etc. to leave marking your visit, or ask Floyd if he can help you find a place to carve your names and the date visited. We left a Rum Bum Cap and also gave Floyd a Rum Therapy decal. He promptly stuck it to a wooden plaque behind the bar, shook our hands and said “respect”.

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The Rum Therapy Decal proudly sits behind the bar!

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We grabbed another Red Stripe and sat down on the “front porch” to take in the surroundings before our boat arrived to take us back.

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As we got in the boat and looked back at The Pelican Bar, we turned to each other and said, “That was just cool”. Don’t know what it is. The vibe, the attitude or the fact that someone had a dream to build a bar out to sea and saw it through. Yep, it certainly was cool. Thanks Floyd.

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Bob Marley Nine Mile Tour, Jamaica

“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”
Bob Marley


If you’re in Jamaica and you’re a big fan of Bob Marley, you might find it well worth the long, rather expensive trek to Nine Mile, Jamaica to visit the birthplace and resting place of the legendary reggae musician.

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While staying in Runaway Bay during our recent Jamaica trip, we hired a driver to take us to Scotchies to sample what we heard was some of the best jerk on the island. While driving to Scotchies, our driver Rodney asked if we were going to make the trek up to Nine Mile. He proceeded to tell us about the tour and then said for an extra $100, he’d take us up himself.

We’d already looked into taking a tour through our hotel or renting a car and driving up ourselves, and honestly, $100 seemed like a pretty good deal for a private ride there and back so we agreed. It turned out to be a great decision.

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From Scotchies (close to Ocho Rios) it was a little more than an hour and a half drive to Nine Mile. The drive was scenic, passing through several small towns and incredibly lush Jamaican mountainside – a stark contrast from the busy tourist areas and a part of Jamaica that many people don’t get the chance to see.

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Rodney was a good tour guide – full of information about his country, and stopped whenever we wanted to take a picture or just check out the view. We were so glad we didn’t rent a car and try to find Nine Mile on our own. There weren’t many signs and the roads were quite windy and bumpy.

Shortly after arriving in the town of Nine Mile, we pulled up to two massive gates which opened up to let us in and then quickly shut behind us.

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From the parking lot, we walked up to the gift shop to pay our entrance fee (about $19 pp) and made our way up to meet our tour guide.

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Before the tour, we were given the opportunity to enjoy some food or a beverage in the bar and we opted for a specialty Bob Marley shot (we got to keep the shot glasses). Our bartender masterfully layered our glasses with red, yellow and green and then lit them on fire!

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We were instructed to stick a straw in the glass and suck it right down, which we did, and thankfully the flame extinguished itself before ingested!

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Shortly thereafter, we met our tour guide who led us and two others to our first stop – a room containing many of Bob’s awards, including gold and platinum albums, paintings of Bob and a piano he used to play.

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From there, we moved to a stage where we enjoyed some music from local musicians.

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And then through another gate and up to the house where Bob Marley lived…

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It’s requested that shoes are removed prior to entering the house and mausoleum.

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Entrance to Bob’s childhood home

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The room mentioned in Bob’s song “Is This Love”

We’ll be together, with a roof right over our heads,
We’ll share the shelter, of my single bed.

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Mt. Zion Rock or Pillow Rock – a place Bob would sit to read his Bible and get inspiration for his songs. Pillow Rock is mentioned in his song “Talkin’ Blues”.

Cold ground was my bed last night
And rock was my pillow, too.

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Bob was laid to rest inside one of the mausoleums on property along with his guitar. At the request of his mother, his half-brother was laid to rest with Bob.

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All in all, we spent about $172 to drive to Nine Mile and take the tour – which is less than we would have spent on a larger tour. ($100 taxi, $36 entry fee, $26 for two specialty shots, $5 tip for musicians, $5 tip for tour guide)

Although the Nine Mile experience is a bit expensive, we felt the opportunity to see the places  that influenced the reggae legend and learn more about the man who stood for peace, respect and freedom was… priceless.

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Jewel Runaway Bay Beach & Golf Resort, Jamaica

When arranging accommodations for our recent trip to Jamaica, we wanted to stay part of the time in an area close to Ocho Rios and then move closer to Negril so we could explore more of the island.

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We chose Jewel Runaway Bay Beach & Golf Resort as our accommodation on the north side of the island as it seemed to be close to, but not in the middle of Ocho AND included golf! Jewel Runaway Bay Beach & Golf Resort is a very nice mid-range all-inclusive resort and one of three Jewel resorts in Jamaica.

The resort is about an hour away from the airport in Montego Bay, and we used a shuttle service that we arranged prior to our arrival.

The entry to Jewel Runaway Bay is fairly unassuming, but once inside, we were welcomed by the friendly staff with a rum beverage – and the adventure began! The following are pictures taken during our visit.

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Welcome Drink

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View from our room – darn, should’ve reserved a room with a plunge pool!

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Our room. The rooms at the resort are in the process of being updated, but ours had not been yet. Despite that, it was clean, comfortable and quiet. Our room had a laptop sized safe, good sized TV and a coffeemaker (with Blue Mountain Coffee!)

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Well manicured grounds

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One of 5 on site restaurants

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Delicious Jerk Chicken Pizza from Court Jesters – one of the on site dining options

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Wonderful plated meal served at the Manager’s Dinner

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Drink of the day different every day. Served at one of three bars at the resort, or brought to you by a waiter at the pool or beach.

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Speaking of the beach…

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And did we mention three sparkling pools? One with a zero edge and a swim up pool bar.

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The all-inclusive price also includes evening entertainment and green fees at the golf course.

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And if you’re lucky, you might just catch one heck of a sunset over Runaway Bay…

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We enjoyed a very relaxing 5 nights at Jewel before heading over to Negril. Would we stay here again? Yes! The resort is not huge, but has a lot of amenities and activities, a great beach, very friendly staff and it’s a good base for exploring the northern part of Jamaica. Would we do anything differently? Just a few things, like upgrade to a plunge pool room, bring our own snorkel mask so we had one whenever we wanted it, bring a sleeve of golf balls, glove and tees for our golf rounds and order a lot more Jerk Chicken Pizza – SO good.

 Kudos to the staff and new General Manager, Scott Robbins. All were very friendly and accommodating and made our stay very enjoyable!

To find out more about Jewel Runaway Bay Beach & Golf Resort, visit their website:
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YS Falls, Jamaica

We enjoyed a fun visit and a hike up the falls at Dunn’s River in Jamaica during a stop there years ago and when we heard there was a set of falls equally or even more beautiful than Dunn’s River and a LOT less crowded, we decided we really wanted to see them! Actually, there were 3 things on our list of things we really wanted to see in that area and were able to find a tour operator that could personalize a day of exploring for us. Carlton, of Turner Taxis and Tours, was an excellent, knowledgeable and fun guide that made our day of touring one that we won’t forget.

We left our resort at about 8a.m. that day to tour the SW side of Jamaica. First stop of the day was YS Falls. The journey to YS from Negril was about 2.5 hours and may be a little shorter most times, but there was a bit of road construction that slowed us up down around the Sandals Whitehouse Resort (remote and on a gorgeous quiet beach by the way!)

We passed by fields and fields of sugar cane, many fresh fruit and vegetable stands with offerings of ackee, breadfruit and peanuts and as we got closer to the coast again, fresh fish stands. We passed the Peter Tosh Memorial, which we wish we would have made time to visit, then on to Black River (where they have alligator tours???) and up into the hills towards the falls.

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Apparently no one really knows the exact origin of the name YS, but most think it was either a combination of the first letters of the original founders surnames (John Yates and Richard Scott) or was taken from the Gaelic word “wyess”, which means winding.

Upon arrival, we paid an entry fee of $15 per adult (the credit card machine was down, so we paid with cash) and caught a 10 minute ride on the tractor up to the falls.

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The number of visitors at one time are apparently limited to minimize the impact on the area, but it also created a serene and peaceful experience.

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YS consists of seven falls and there are areas to climb or just sit and enjoy. If you don’t want to get wet, there are wooden stairs next to the falls that will take you to the top. The water was flowing fast and hard the day we visited, and the water was a churned up and a bit murky, but from what we hear, the pools are quite clear.

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In one pool there are two rope swings – one that glides out over the pool,

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and one for the more adventurous!

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In addition to the swings, you can also take a zipline down the falls! Unfortunately it wasn’t running at the time we were there but it looked like it would have been a blast! You can see the line over the falls in the picture below.

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At the bottom of the falls there is a freshwater pool to swim in and numerous places to sit, relax and enjoy the scenery.

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Near the pool there are changing rooms and a small gift shop with lockers and tube rental.

Beautiful, relaxing and refreshing. We think YS Falls are well worth a visit while if you find yourself on the south or southwest side of Jamaica.

Find out more on their website: YS Falls

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Zipline and Boblsed Ride at Mystic Mountain, Jamaica

Arriving at the top of Mystic Mountain, Jamaica via the Skyride, we noticed that there was a more to experience than just the zipline and the bobsled ride…

But before checking the other attractions, we headed straight for the zipline!

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After getting geared up, we headed down the path towards the first platform.

The zipline at Mystic Mountain offers:

  • Seven platforms
  • Six Zip lines averaging nearly 100 meters in length
  • One 10-meter vertical rappel descent
  • One 25-meter suspension walking bridge

The first 5 lines were a ton of fun! Our guides were great – very attentive and hilarious. Once we got to the 6th platform, we couldn’t locate the next line. Our guide told us that this was where we would be taking a vertical descent – a nicer way of saying a longggggg drop! Most were a little nervous about the drop, but it ended up being easier than it looked.

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Vertical Rappel Descent (aka: big drop)

Next obstacle – the suspension bridge. A long bridge with a little play led to a little more nervous laughter and the final zip.

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The last zip was the best with a fantastic view of the ocean.

Next stop – the Jamaican Bobsled.

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An exhilarating ride through the rainforest! The only problem? It was over too soon!

Before heading back down on the Skyride, we headed to Mystic Dining to enjoy some refreshment and the amazing view of the port at Ocho Rios.

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Also available at the top – pool with a water slide, lookout tower, hummingbird garden and a gift shop.

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For more information and attraction prices, check out the Mystic Mountain website.


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Mystic Mountain, Ocho Rios, Jamaica

The thought of zipping through the jungle on a Jamaican Bobsled hooked us into booking an excursion at Mystic Mountain near Ocho Rios during our recent trip to Jamaica. Apparently inspired by the movie Cool Runnings, Mystic Mountain offers not only a ride that hurtles you down the mountain in bobsled shaped cars, but a zipline, swimming pool with slide and a restaurant that offers a terrific view of Ocho Rios below.

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We opted for the “Tranopy” ticket which covered the cost of the skyride through the jungle to get to the top, the zipline adventure and one ride on the bobsled.

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Just past the ticket office, we boarded the skyride for a scenic 15 minute ride up the mountain.

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Slow and smooth, the skyride gives an excellent view of lush foliage and as it moves higher, the cruise ship port of Ocho Rios.

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After a relaxing, sunny and scenic ride, we reached the top, got off the skyride and made our way to our next attraction – a zipline through the jungle!

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Stay tuned for pictures and info on the Mystic Mountain Zipline & Bobsled!

Have you taken the skyride to the top of Mystic Mountain?

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