The Blue Hole Secret Falls

The Blue Hole Secret Falls is still a phenomenon on the Jamaica scene. Surely, there are numerous waterfalls that flow on the island that have been featured in many travel magazines. These publications have aided in signifying Jamaica as a top Caribbean destination.

Before the Blue Hole gained such astounding popularity, the more renowned falls were: Reach Falls, YS Falls, Somerset Falls and the ever popular Dunn’s River Falls. These water pleasures still exist and manage to attract their fair share of visitors; they are the major falls, and there are many others that haven’t seen the light of day as yet because of the remoteness.

Nevertheless, the Blue Hole in Ocho Rios is a fantastic water-fall. It embodies almost all that one could wish for in natural resource of this nature. It has shallow areas, deep pools and rich deep blue color that is obvious due to the presence of the lime stones.

The Secret Falls affords water frolickers the opportunity to swing, dive, jump, swim and explore the hidden cave.  This wonder of nature is nestled in the rustic community of Tatch Hill St. Ann; just a twenty short minutes out of Ocho Rios, the trip to the Blue Hole is definitely worth it. The lush green surrounding is surreal; it can be described as nature’s gift to mankind.

Best Jamaica, the most guest-centered Tour Company on the island provides private tours to this dreamlike attraction; we know how to add a unique flavor to make the day tour experience memorable and an adventure that you will tell to everyone you meet. Check out our websites to view the stunning pictures and read the excellent reviews on Trip Advisor. You can’t afford to miss out on this awesome experience. Call us to book your private tour.

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