The Jamaica Waterfalls page is where we showcase one of the country’s most overlooked and underrated attractions. Indeed, as you can see from the waterfall map above, such waterfalls are abundant in this island full of freshwater rivers radiating out from its lush and mountainous interior.
In fact, many of these rivers are used as political boundaries between the island’s 13 or so parishes (kind of like municipalities). Yet another interesting fact about Jamaica’s waterfalls is that almost all of them let you play or swim in or around them. Of all the places that we’ve been to around the world, it seems that the greatest concentration of “play waterfalls” are packed into this island nation.
Besides, the famous waterfall at the Dunn’s River Falls, we’ve seen and experienced our share of the country’s other waterfalls as well. So have a look at the waterfall listing below, and follow through to the write-ups where we provide detailed information, logistics, directions, maps, photographs, videos, nearby attractions, and more! That way you can use this website as a resource for your trip vacation planning needs.
At the very least, chasing many of Jamaica’s waterfalls requires you to get out of the resorts and go on a bit of an adventure where you might see for yourself the richness of Jamaica and its people…
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