Rafting and Safari Village: Jump aboard these bamboo rafts down the river to get up and close to crocodiles and wildlife
* Exciting bamboo raft ride down Martha Brae River
* Explore the Swamp Safari Wildlife Park
* Visit the historic town of Falmouth
* Come face to face with a crocodile
Climb onboard the bus and enjoy a scenic drive along the north coast, to the historic town of Falmouth, where the Swamp Safari Village is located and funnily enough, where our exciting journey begins. This is also the location where the famous James Bond movie, “Live and Let Die” was filmed.
Here we’ll get up close to the incredible crocodiles, such beautiful creatures and so surreal to see in real life. Look out for other wild animals and birds, as this Jamaican jungle is full of life. Try and spot animals such as the raccoon, the grey fox, the capuchin monkey and the spotted paca!
Next we jump aboard a bamboo raft situated in the majestic river Martha Brae, as your captain guides the way. Admire the incredible lush vegetation around you and the incredible sense of escapism whilst floating down an exotic jungle. With plenty to see, hear and smell – your senses will be more than occupied. Sit back and relax, whilst embracing the natural environment around you. The end of the raft ride marks the end of the tour and we’ll make our way home.
Meeting/pick-up point: Lobby of the Hotel.
Duration: 4 hours.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
Operational days: Tuesday and Thursday.
Others: We recommend comfortable clothing, swimwear and towels.