With transport to Martha Brae, opt for a Jamaican river rafting experience that takes you on a smooth 3-mile journey down this historic waterway. Choose to ride a bamboo raft and meander through the lush rainforest with this laid-back activity.
What to Expect
Rafting down the Martha Brae River is an experience not to be missed. With transport to and from this historic river, you can soon embark on a 3-mile journey on bamboo rafts for a relaxing and soothing ride that makes it way through lush Jamaican rainforest.
The town on the Martha Brae River was originally a Spanish settlement they called Rio Matibereon. Since the Falmouth Water Company introduced piped water to Falmouth in 1798, the Martha Brae has supplied the township and much of the agricultural area of Trelawny parish with water.
This 2-hour river rafting activity is a very safe and pleasant experience. There are no dangerous animals in the water, and the steady current moves you steadily and comfortably along.
- Complimentary drink (Red Stripe beer, fruit Juice, or bottled water)
What's Not Included
- Fee per raft USD 60 (for 2 people sharing. If only 1 person uses the raft, they pay the full USD 60)
- Entrance fees
Know Before You Go
• It is important to note that this activity does not include the price of your raft
• You can arrange a lunch stop with your driver/guide. If you’d like to go shopping after the tour, you can also arrange this with the driver/guide, for an additional fee
• You should bring a towel, a swimsuit and change of clothing if you wish to swim, a camera, and cash
• Please note: There is no weight limit per raft. The only issue is the width of the seat. If the width is not comfortable then persons will be ask to use a separate raft which will cost each person USD 60