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Martha Brae River

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Martha Brae River

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Private Transportation to Martha Brae River Rafting Tour
$41.03 per adult
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Martha Brae River Rafting Private Transport from Montego Bay
$64.11 per adult
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An Evening on the Lagoon: Rafting and Luminous Lagoon Tour
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Martha Brae Rafting Private Tour
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Martha Brae River Falmouth, Montego Bay 19142 Jamaica
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ATV or Dune Buggy Safari & River Tubing From Ocho Rios, Montego Bay & Negril
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ATV or Dune Buggy Safari & River Tubing From Ocho Rios, Montego Bay & Negril

Journey into the Jamaican countryside on a powerful ATV or Dune Buggy<br><br>Learn the history of an old sugar factory at a colonial-era estate<br><br>Explore scenic terrain and stop in the village of Chester<br><br>Jump off the cliff into the deep blue water of a private cove<br><br>Float along three miles of the beautiful White River<br><br>Start your journey from the 17th century Spanish Bridge<br><br>Pass over, limestone riverbeds and beneath arching bamboo
$330.00 per adult
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ShineEye wrote a review Apr 2020
Toronto, Canada333 contributions48 helpful votes
My husband and I did the Martha Brae rafting activity in December 2019. We did not do it with a tour group, but instead drove there ourselves. The trip itself cost $35 USD per person and we also generously tipped our captain Wilky. Please note you must pay in cash - credit cards are not accepted! We were one of the last people of the day to do the rafting, because we waited until the sun was not as strong and it was worth the wait. By the time we did the rafting, there were no longer any vendors or bars open along the way, so if that sort of thing matters to you, make sure you don't wait until the end of the day. We didn't mind missing them. It was a beautiful and relaxing time and my husband especially enjoyed this activity. Our captain provided a smooth ride, and was knowledgeable about the river. We have recommended this to our friends and we will do this again. This is worth the trip to the Martha Brae!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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brandidunnegan wrote a review Apr 2020
2 contributions2 helpful votes
One of the best experiences in Jamaica. I loved the staff (check out the garden) and our tour guide. He was everything!! Bring lots of dollar, buy something. It matters here. You will meet a series of vendors along the river -- buy your gifts here. Avoid the Indian markets or inflated airport stores. Spend your money directly with the people. Thats LOVE!
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Date of experience: March 2020
3 Helpful votes
sheboo wrote a review Mar 2020
Wirral, UK408 contributions189 helpful votes
Peacful and enjoyable our captain Donovan was interesting and informative.nothing was too much trouble for him and he clearly knew his history. I would ask for him.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Sharon T wrote a review Mar 2020
Callington, United Kingdom8 contributions3 helpful votes
A very enjoyable experience, peaceful and tranquil location. Green, our guide very knowledgeable, stopping along the way to show various points of interest, worth doing!
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Date of experience: March 2020
2 Helpful votes
Pozzza wrote a review Mar 2020
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom133 contributions56 helpful votes
Saw this on Ainsley Harriott chef programme. Bit of a trek from Negril, probably much better if you're based in Montego Bay. Gift shop on arrival (you'll not go back at the end). Tip: If you're looking at buying a small raft model, wait until you're actually on the raft, not at the shop - you'll get one offered cheaper. Two persons per raft (double), plus the tour guide. Life jacket mandatory to start but you can take if off (own risk) later for comfort. A gentle punt along the river, taking in the awesome scenery & wildlife pointed out by the guide. He'll even let you have a go & take some snaps with your camera. You'll pass a few stores along the bank, no pressure to stop/buy & the guide will offer you crafts made by himself - again no pressure to buy. They will expect a tip but it’s not mandatory. Guides do put you at ease though & build up a good rapport. Controlling the raft yourself is a must do, just for the photo opportunity. There's also a 'professional' photo at the end, which includes the guide+passengers. Also some small bamboo gifts on offer as you depart. You could quite easily spend a bit if you get sucked into all the gifts & photos as we did but we didn't mind as we left with a few mementos & good memories. Purchases were our decision, nothing forced nor expected. No pressure to buy anything at all, just bear in mind they can all mount up. A really tranquil place & unique experience. You've gotta try this.
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Date of experience: March 2020
4 Helpful votes