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Mammee Beach Road, Ocho Rios, Jamaica | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Mammee Beach Road, Ocho Rios, is near Dolphin Cove, Ocho Rios Fort, Brimmer Hall Estate, and Stingray City Jamaica.
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Travel Blogs from Ocho Rios

Day 3 Ocho Rios Jamaica

A travel blog entry by jennadoucette on Apr 22, 2014

... guide.It was so difficult trying to get up the falls because you couldn't see where you were stepping ,but at the same time it was a memory I never want to forget . After Dunns river falls we went to the beautiful beach there for around 40 min , then split off in groups to go to margarita vile. Jamaica was beautiful and exploring it was so much fun. It was also really interesting seeing the life styles of ...

Rockin but not the way you think

A travel blog entry by paulej4 on Feb 11, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... Ocho Rios and do not desire to return. Those who went on Norwegian-supplied tours will bring back a completely different perspective I am sure. All aboard is 4:30 and we sail at 5:00.

The weather is as it has been: perfect. As I write this, I am encamped upon a chaise adjacent to the pool and spas. The ship it mostly empty with the vast majority of my shipmates ashore on one mission or another. I have no desire to see ...

First leg in Jamaica

A travel blog entry by dezdaman on Jan 19, 2013

... waited in line for a very long time. As we were in line, we met a nice lady who was from Trelawny and had gone to the same high school as Usain Bolt. Finally got through customs, then went to pick up our bags when I found that the airline had broken my zipper. So I went to the customer service desk, and they gave me a voucher for ...

Free at last!

A travel blog entry by zolina on Feb 22, 2012

4 photos

... believe it. There were tons of people there. The whole reason to go is to actually climb up the falls. It’s more like a series of waterfalls, cascading down the rocks to the ocean 1,000 feet below. I had pictured in my head that the climb would be up the rocks. But the climb was actually through the water the whole time too.

We had to be led up the falls by a guide, and we actually started at the beach. We were forced to hold hands in a long ...

Dunn's River Falls

A travel blog entry by mcfarlne on Aug 22, 2011

2 comments, 22 photos

... from the boys. We had two guides and a photographer with our group, all quite mad and very boisterous trying to encourage the crowd and screaming “Yeh Mon” every few minutes.

I am not sure how long it took to climb the fall, I think about 45 minutes but not sure. It was really good fun and we decided we would pay for the video of the climb as well for a keep sake. My knee was also fine the whole way?

At the end of the ...

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