Highlights of Ocho Rios Accessible Private Driving Tour
The Highlights of Ocho Rios Accessible Private Driving Tour is one of the best tours we offer in Jamaica. This unique and enjoyable experience allows you to visit many of the popular sites and attractions firsthand, as your friendly local guide shares fascinating history and culture with you along the way.
Start your tour at the cruise dock, where your local, English-speaking driver/guide will meet you in a comfortable, air-conditioned accessible van. The tour guide is knowledgeable and has plenty of experience touring with wheelchair users mobility scooter users, or senior cruisers that simply want to take it slow. Rest assured this is not just a drive-by tour. The itinerary includes plenty of sites and experiences to meet your interests and accessibility needs. The Jamaican tour guides are great hosts and offer you a warm welcome! ..
Depending on if you arrive in Falmouth or Ocho Rios, the Highlights of Ocho Rios Accessible Private Driving Tour begins with a leisure and scenic drive that includes beautiful tropic views before your first stop of the day, the unique Dunn’s River Falls. Limited mobility participants can watch from a wheelchair accessible, lush, and shaded viewing area while others hike the falls. The helpful tour guide can easily direct everyone where to go while at Dunn’s River Falls to make the most of the visit.
Next, you will continue to Konoko Falls (formerly Coyoba Gardens). Here, you will enjoy a fun time exploring the beautiful setting with animals such as parrots and iguanas, island artifacts and botanical gardens. You will also see the beautiful waterfalls firsthand!
Your final stop of the day will be the Jerk Center – known for its authentic Caribbean flair and flavors. The jerk flavor in Jamaica is unlike any other place in the world! Your experienced tour guide will direct you to accessible entrances, follow accessible routes, and point you in the right direction for accessible shopping, accessible restaurants and bar locations near the beach, and more.
The Highlights of Ocho Rios Accessible Private Driving Tour is designed to visit the unique highlights of Jamaica at a relaxing pace with a knowledgeable guide that has plenty of experience touring with limited mobility travelers.
The Highlights of Ocho Rios Accessible Private Driving Tour includes:
- Private guide/driver
- Guide/Driver familiar with the needs of disabled travelers
- Accessible van transportation
- Accessible step free routes
- Great photo opportunities
- Dunn’s River Falls
- Konokos Falls (formerly Coyoba Gardens)
- Fern Gully
- Accessible lunch in an authentic Jamaican restaurant (cost not included).
- Accessible shopping
- Scenic drives and photo opportunities
The Highlights of Ocho Rios Accessible Private Driving Tour has a 4-star accessibility rating. The route has been customized to make sure it is entirely step-free, and your knowledgeable tour guide is familiar with accessibility in each location. An accessible van equipped with a lift will be used between the different venues.
The accessible vans in Jamaica are equipped with a lift for easy access. A smaller van is used for small groups and a larger accessible bus, also with a lift, is used for bigger groups.
Konoko Falls: The tour route here is step-free. This is a nature site and some areas are inaccessible. However, the museum, botanical gardens and zoo area do have accessible paths available.
Ochos Rios Jerk Center: There is a ramp available into the accessible restaurant. Most surfaces here are flat and smooth. There is an accessible restroom onsite.
Duration: 5 – 6 hours
Cost: $395 for 1 – 4 people, $425 for 5 people, $455 for 6 people
*5 Save $50 when you book an accessible cruise & excursions package
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week.
Meeting time: 9AM, 10AM, 11AM, or 12PM
Meeting place: Falmouth or Ocho Rios cruise dock
Number of people on tour: 1 – 5 people
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Not included: Entrance tickets, snacks, and gratuities.
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