Having recently revamped the cruise port, Falmouth is better equipped to handle the tourists that decent upon the town when a cruise ship has docked. Otherwise, it is a quite, rustic spot where visitors can spend their days participating in activities like shopping for native products, taking the Falmouth Heritage Walking Tour, and rafting down the Martha Brae River.
While Jamaican drivers are not known for their laid back approach to transportation, a scenic drive through the streets of Falmouth via bike a scooter can be a great way to spot the many attractions.
If you are considering exploring a new environment with the wind in your face, there's a place that can help make it happen. Those wanting to find more details concerning this topic can do so by going to this page.
Visitors ot Falmouth will be able to get some fishing in on their trip, as the area is growing in popularity due to its deep sea fishing opportunities.
If you like to go fishing you may already know that Falmouth isn't exactly flooded with charter operators. Nevertheless, there is one charter operator in the area, and many more fish. To see our complete page about deep sea fishing, click here.
If you have some foks who enjoy exploring new shops in your group, they may be interested to know that the area has more than 9 retail stores just waiting to be explored. Click here to check out our discussion of shopping in and around Falmouth.
You should plan on spending some time soaking in the culture, sights and sounds of Falmouth. The area's sights include 10 historic sites and various other attractions of interest to travelers. Click on this link to view our guide to area sightseeing and attractions.
Information about a firm that will help you get the most out of your sightseeing time can be seen below.
|Explorer Jamaica Transportation & Tours||--||Central Falmouth|
|(876) 953-8656||Rose Hill, 7.0 mi. West of Central Falmouth|
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