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Bridgewater, Massachusetts
Reviewed 18 September 2016 via mobile

A must do in Jamaica. After walking your way up to the waterfall area there is a boat that brought the 2 of us upto and through the falls. It is breathtaking. You get out of the boat and climb onto a giant rock and the water falls onto you as you stand in the falls you can dive off...

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Kingston, Jamaica
Reviewed 4 October 2015 via mobile

Pretty crowded. Not ideal if you want solace with a small group. Great visit nonetheless and the food is OK. The rafting on the other side of the premises is pretty relaxing. Great potential. Maybe needs more lifeguards on duty. My brother almost drowned. How about providing special shoes for visitors without pay or something? It can get dangerous but...

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Essex, United Kingdom
Reviewed 28 August 2014

What an amazing day. You get so much for your money pool, boat ride to the falls and rafting. I love the staff there they spoke like Jamaicans an not Americans, which was refreshing to hear. I found the members helpfully and full of information about the parish. We ate at Little Portie the food was great and reasonably price....

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loghborough
Reviewed 23 January 2014 via mobile

we really loved it here. The trip through the waterfall is fantastic even if you do get soaked ! The staff were very friendly and thankfully didnt adopt those fake American accents. We also wet rafting and although it was short it was very informative. The food was really good ! I had fresh grunt fish and bammy..delecious !

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Negril, Jamaica
Reviewed 8 September 2013

A great day out - traveling from Ochi Rios - easily found and real treasure discovered - the waterfall was amazing and the trip on the boat with the life guards was both safe and beautiful - they took us to the waterfall and allowed us to jump through waterfall - I took pictures inside the caves and the experience...

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1Thank Adrian W
Yonkers, New York
Reviewed 26 July 2013

We visited Somerset Falls as part of a day trip from Runaway Bay to Port Antonio. Driving time from Port Antonio is 15 minutes, from Ocho Rios it's 1 h 45 minutes thanks to the upgraded north coastal highway. This was an enjoyable visit. After arrival we walked up the steps to the start of the boat trip (short walk,...

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Kingston, Jamaica
Reviewed 10 July 2013

During the day you are able to enjoy the beautiful falls, swimming in the pool, playing on the playground, or just relaxing with the BEST Pina Colada on the Island. We spent the day enjoying the amenities and the evening relaxing in the quiet beauty of nature. Our room was excellent with the sounds of the waterfall at our backdoor....

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Charlotte, NC
Reviewed 19 June 2013 via mobile

We went in June on a Tuesday, so there wasn't a crowd to contend with, which means we pretty much has the falls to ourselves. The guides were great and even took a couple of the more daring members of our group up the cliff and let them jump. Not sure they let most tourists do this, but we had...

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West Palm Beach, Florida
Reviewed 7 August 2012

Walk up steps to the lake where you leave your belongings and camera for a wet ride. Take a row boat to a cavern where the water falls onto a rock. Get out of the boat and have your head and shoulders massaged by the water. Sit in the "whirlpool" or dive into the water. Very refreshing. Please remember to...

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Address: St Margaret's Bay, Port Antonio, Jamaica
Region: Caribbean > Jamaica > Portland Parish > Port Antonio
Number of rooms: 5
Also Known As:
Somerset Falls Jamaica/Port Antonio
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“I'm totally unaware that this is a hotel? This is an attraction as far as I know.”
 of 5 bubbles robert4travel, 26 Jul 2013 | Read review
“Not a hotel. Great day trip from Ocho Rios.”
 of 5 bubbles omgjsc, 6 Aug 2012 | Read review
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