Cruise Shore Excursions to St Elizabeth

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Situated along the southwest coast of Jamaica, St. Elizabeth is the second-largest parish on the island, as well as one of its most popular tourist destinations. Dominated by the Santa Cruz mountain range, the northerly region of St. Elizabeth is known for its open spaces and rugged terrain, which gives way to lowland forests and beaches in the south. Rich in attractions like: Black River, YS Falls, Appleton Estate, Floyd's Pelican Bar, Bamboo Avenue and More.

Y.S. Falls Excursions

Cruise Excursions offers Tours to Y.S Falls Jamaica

Y.S Falls Jamaica

Dunn's River Falls is a famousThe beautiful YS Falls opened in 1990. It is a nature-based attraction offering the opportunity to experience the beauty of the waterfalls surrounded by flora and fauna, many indigenous to the area There are seven waterfalls, several which cascade into natural pools.

Black River Safari Excursion

Cruise Shore Excursions Black River Safari Jamaica

Black River Safari Tour Jamaica

Black River is the capital of St. Elizabeth Parish, in southwestern Jamaica. It sits at the mouth of the river of the same name. Once a thriving sugar port, it is today a centre of environmental tourism and a gateway to the Treasure Beach resort area; Treasure Beach and Crane Beach are to the south-east with Luana Beach to the west. In the Town of Black River you have the Black River Safari Tour. The river is one of the longest rivers in Jamaica.

Appleton Estate Rum Distillery Tour

Cruise Shore Excursions to Appleton Rum Distillery Tour Jamaica

Appleton Estate Rum Distillery Tours Jamaica

Take a tour through the soul of the finest rums in the world.
The Appleton Estate has been blending rums since 1749 and the Rum
Distillery is sited beside the Black River in one of the most beautiful
valleys in Jamaica, south of Montego Bay.Upon reaching the estate, the tour guides will illustrate the history of rum making in the region.