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Falmouth Overview and White Water Tubing

After leaving the port you will be taken on a short drive through the historic town of Falmouth then unto your White Water adventure facility. Your adventure begins as you are greeted by one of your river guides upon arrival. Your tour guide will direct you to the registration office for check in and mandatory signing of a waiver form. After signing the waiver form, you will be given a helmet and led outside to be fitted with your life jacket and propulsion gloves. You receive some final safety instructions from your tour guide and then follow him across the IRIE Bridge and into the rainforest. Your 10 minute walk along the jungle path leads you to the launching point of your river adventure. Now it's time to jump into the cool water and begin your exciting journey downstream! You tube over various areas of splashing rapids as you paddle your way through the many twists and turns of the river.  As you pass under the old stone bridge, the river currents carry you on a relaxing ride towards the Caribbean Sea. Once you reach the river delta, paddle over some small waves that will carry you to the sandy shores of Bengal Bay. You walk along the shore for about 5 minutes before arriving at Bengal Beach for some time to relax, swim in the sea, view some amazing photographs of your tour which are available for purchase. Before returning to your ship we stop at Columbus open air Museum where there is a Jerk Center Restaurant where you can purchase some local authentic Jamaican food. 

Participants must be at least 6 years , minimum weight 60lbs Maximum Weight Limit: 280 pounds River rapids are rated class 1 and class 2 (easy to moderate) River flow is rated class 3 (swift moving water) Tubing Tour is a Medium Adventure Rating Not recommended for pregnant women Guests should consider their fitness level and medical history before planning participation in this tour. Due to the physical nature of this tour, guests with cardiac conditions, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions, physical injuries, or any other medical condition are cautioned against participation in activities such as river tubing. If there is a concern, guests should consult their physician before choosing any tours which require high levels of physical activity.