Rafting on the Martha Brae
The Martha Brae River is located a mere 3 miles from the coastal town of Falmouth Trelawny. It is certainly one of the Jamaica’s best attractions and has been for over 3 decades. Falmouth is just 23 miles away from the tourist capital, Montego bay and 40 miles away from Ocho Rios. Trelawny is an up and coming resort area; the capital is Falmouth and is home to several top quality hotels, namely: the Ocean Coral Spring, Royalton Blue Waters, Royalton White Sands and Excellence Oyster Bay.
This is a great spot with fantastic recreational facilities. There are some souvenir shops, well-kept restrooms, swimming pool all on 6 acres of well-manicured property. The picnic grounds well situated amidst mother nature where all seems to be in coalesce with each other. The birds chirp happy tunes, the gently wind eases through the tree branches while they sway just as the Martha Brae River finding its way to the ocean 3 miles downstream.
The Martha Brae rafting facility was established some 41 years ago and has enjoyed prominence and visitor’s interest since that time. Regardless of the many new attractions that have opened on the island, rafting on the Martha Brae has held its own. One thing is guaranteed at Martha Brae is your safety; that is never be compromised; this is the reason the establishment has a complement of over 80 licensed and experienced raft captain. Martha Brae Rafting excursions are quite organized, here the embarking of rafts are done from a concrete pier under the watchful eye of licensed dispatchers. The adventure lasts for approximately 60 minutes and is tranquil and relaxing; you can expect to feel rejuvenated in your mind, body and soul.