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Highlights of Ocho Rios & Konoko Falls

Wheelchair Accessible Tour

Highlights of Ocho Rios & Konoko Falls

Wheelchair Accessible Tour

  • Private Driver/Guide with years of experience.
  • Air condition wheelchair/Scooter accessible van with hydraulic lift
  • Pick up and drop off from cruise Port/Resorts.
  • Scenic drives and photo opportunities.
  • Driver/Guide Assistance – Passengers will be assisted when needed.
  • Lunch at accessible authentic Jamaican restaurant (at clients cost).
  • Accessible Shopping (optional)
  • Konoko Falls & Garden

What to Bring

Tour Departure Locations
 Montego Bay
 Montego Bay Pier
 Falmouth Pier
 Ocho Rios
 Ocho Rios Pier

Tour Details
 Duration: 4-5 hours
 Availability: Daily
 Minimum Persons: 1

A tour of the town of Ocho Rios, up through Fern Gully rain forest  The area gets its name from the wide variety of ferns which grow in the area, towering high above the road forming a shady tunnel of lush greenery.

The next stop is Konoko Falls The 600-feet, cascading waterfalls and gardens, located on the property, formerly known as Coyaba Gardens and Museum  – Konoko is an Arawak word meaning ‘rainforest’ or ‘wooded area’. “It has been determined that the indigenous peoples of Jamaica were the Tainos, whose native tongue is said to belong to the Arawakan language family tree.

Check out Yssasi Lookout Point which offers a spectacular view of the town of Ocho Rios.   A walk through the Aviary Gardens, is next. This offers a selection of exotic birds and there is also a bird feeding station, where you can enter the enclosure and hand feed the birds.

The tour of the botanical gardens is guided by one of Konoko’s knowledgeable guides, whose role it is to introduce the wide variety of tropical flora, while educating guests about the wide range of properties of the trees and flowers (medicinal, culinary, etc.)There is also a mini zoo of endangered Jamaican animals such as the cony, iguana, etc.

Learn more about our history at the island museum. The current exhibit offers a look at Jamaica’s turbulent past, from the Taino Indians to the present day era. Rare artefacts, maps and pictures illustrate scripted summaries of all major periods, as well as local history.

– Entrance Fee not included.
– Group discount for 10 or more people,
please ‘Contact Us’ for rates.

– To book by phone, call:

  • (860) 503 8548 US/Canada
  • (876) 956 5450 Local Landline
  • (876) 381 9070 Call/WhatsApp