We had a great time at Mayfield Falls. We have been to Y.S Falls and loved that place, too. Dunn's River is far too overrun with tourists so we have never been there. Mayfield is less crowded and less well known than Y. S., but that could change. At Mayfield you walk in the river for over an hour. The current varies depending on how much rain they've had. Our guide, Ian, said it gets stronger than when we were there, but is usually not as powerful. So I take that to mean it was stronger than average. I was concerned about my wife being able to make it since she has M.S. She usually has problems when she gets overheated. That was not an issue as you are in shade and nice cool water the whole time (no sunscreen needed). Also of tremendous value was the great work by Ian, our guide. So, thanks to him, she had a great time. I am fairly athletic so Ian was able to concentrate on her most of the time, and I can't say enough how great he was with her. After getting to the top of the river you walk down a shaded path while your guide talks about the various plants. The grounds are really clean and well maintained. I tipped the guide well as I think we were more of a challenge than most guests, and I bought the photo CD which was a little steep, but I wonder how much a pro photographer in the U.S. would charge for walking in rapids for over an hour. One last note, we booked with Negril Onestop who uses Malcolm Brothers tours. We also used them for our airport transfer. They are excellent and friendly drivers. When you book with Onestop you will get transportation, entry to Mayfield, and lunch included.
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