Dre’s Action Tour
This Rose Hall Great House is an early 18th century plantation home that sits on a high elevation on thousands of acres in Rose Hall, Montego Bay. The Rose Hall Great House was once owned by the famous and certainly one of the wickedest plantation owners to walk the land of Jamaica, Annie Palmer. She owned hundreds of slaves. This house became haunted after her gruesome death in 1831. The house is scary to look at even in the daytime. There is no stop at the Rose all Great House on your way to Ocho Rios however, your tour guide will tell you the history and slow down so that you can take photos.
Rio Bueno is a small town located near the border of Trelawny and St. Ann. The town was the subject of James Bartholomew Kidd's lithographic print of Rio Bueno, in 1835. It is believed that it was here that Christopher Columbus first landed, although Discovery Bay also makes claim to the honor.
Explore the home town Jamaica's first National Hero Marcus Mosiah Garvey by horseback where you will enjoy scenic views while learning about the Garden Parish. Our gentle horses will take you along the countryside while your guide highlights local villages close by.
Before your adventure begins you'll receive a safety briefing from your tour guide with instructions on how to operate your ATV along with your personal safety equipment.
Enjoy your day as you journey on your ATV through the meandering tropical forest to the peak of Snow Hill. Explore the hills with your professional guide and navigate the hills to the head of the world-famous Dunn's River Falls. As you weave through the terrains, you can catch glimpses of native birds and fruits.
Discover a hidden trail that leads to a secret river where you'll have the opportunity to take a splash while your tour guide assist you with taking pictures. Enjoy a thrilling and adventurous ride that will have you wanting more.
The World Famous Dunn's River Falls & Park is one of Jamaica's national treasures. Globally, it is as well known as reggae and equally stimulating. There are few places where the Arawak name "Xayamaca" - land of rivers and springs - is more apt. The Spaniards called the area "Las Chorreras", the waterfalls or springs and it is truly one of the most beautiful spots on the island.