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Martha Brae River Rafting Private Transport from Montego Bay

  • Martha Brae Rafting Village private transport from Montego Bay
  • Ride comfortably from your Montego Bay hotel to the rafting center
  • A guide tells you about the history of the area
Martha Brae River Rafting Private Transport from Montego Bay
From US$60.00
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10:30am DepartureMost Popular
Tour departs at 10:30am from Montego Bay hotels
8:30am Departure
Tour departs at 8:30am from Montego Bay hotels
9am Departure Grand Palladium
Tour departs at 9am from the Grand Palladium Resort

Enjoy a convenient and comfortable ride to Martha Brae Rafting Village from your hotel in Montego Bay with this private round-trip transfer service. As you ride, catch sight of the beautiful scenery from your vehicle’s windows as your guide tells you all about the area’s history. Plus, you can relax with a beer or fruit punch on board before you arrive at your destination.

Please note: This is just a private transfer service to Martha Brae Rafting Village from Montego Bay. A river rafting experience must be purchased separately. 

What to Expect

The Martha Brae Rafting tour is one of Jamaica's popular rafting tours mainly because of the legend of the Martha Brae River. Located in Falmouth, Trelawney a 30-minute drive from Montego Bay, Martha Brae River is there for you to enjoy a wonderful rafting tour to commune with nature and some exciting folklore to entertain you. Enjoy a slow, peaceful ride on a bamboo raft down the calm slow-moving river under the shades of the many huge trees on its banks which provides shades and cool gentle wind to keep you cool along the river banks. Enjoy the flora and fauna and see the rocks carved into animals and other things by the water. Listen to the many different sides of the folklore attached to this magnificent river.

Please note: This is just a private transfer service to Martha Brae Rafting Village from Montego Bay. A river rafting experience must be purchased separately. 

Reviews (18)
1 - 5 of 9 reviews
Reviewed 7 August 2018
Incredibly Peaceful

If ‘No worries’ could be embodied into an activity it would be this. It’s an adventure into Jamaica’s tranquility. Highly recommended as a romantic trip for couples

Thank Joshua T
Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile
A must do

This was the perfect way to spend our silver wedding . The raft ride is so special taking In beautiful scenery. Our captain Daily was lovely to talk to. Don’t leave Montego Bay without doing this. Well worth the money.

Thank juiceyjuju
Reviewed 23 May 2018
Just A Warning

I have not actually taken this trip just yet but I learned something the hard way about this trip.. The information is either misleading or I didn't read this correctly. I thought that the price of transportation was included within the price, well come to...More

22  Thank upmovie
Reviewed 28 April 2018 via mobile

I went on this trip with my hubby, from the moment we got picked up from the hotel the service was second to none. We were shown & told all about the history along the way which was enlightening & enjoyable. It was a delight...More

1  Thank Zoe C
Reviewed 19 April 2018
Peaceful, enjoyable and fun

This was an excursion that I was frankly not too interested in taking after reading other reviews and knowing it would take a while to reach from the resort were we stayed. I agreed to this excursion only because my wife wanted to do it....More

2  Thank rocket0455
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24 April 2018|
Response from gene B |
The bus ride plus the time on the river is approximately 3 hours
24 April 2018|
Response from rocket0455 | Reviewed this property |
From the time we got out of the van until we were leaving was about 2 1/2 hours. However, we were the first down the river on a Sunday, and it was not busy with no cruise ships in port.