See Jamaica from a whole new perspective on this exciting bike trek. Your Falmouth bike trek takes you to areas only known by a select few; these paths are inaccessible by the typical bus or shuttle tour. Get ready for an unforgettable time.
This Falmouth shore excursion is a nice vacation from the beach. During this cycling adventure, you'll have the chance to ride alongside the renowned Martha Brae River. This river is famous for its spooky legend. Stories are told about a witch who was captured by treasure hunters. She led her captors to the supposed treasure site, only to disappear and have the river engulfed them. In the process, the river's course was changed forever.
As you cycle your way around the area, you will see beautiful waterfalls and plenty of ruins. Old mill houses, distilling houses and aqueducts are just some of the historic items you'll encounter during the bike trek. Book your spot now on this thrilling biking tour from Falmouth.
Reviewer: Charles Schneider
I wanted something off the beaten tourist path. The farm is about a half hour van ride from Falmouth. The farm was a sugar plantation with many of the ruins still standing. My guide, Allendo, was knowledgeable of the farm's history and made the ride fun. Some of the roads we rode on it would be generous to call them roads. Since I am primarily a road cyclist, this made for a difficult adjustment. But, they provided a quality Canondale mountain bike and the appropriate protective gear. The farm is on the Martha Brae river. We pass swimmers and rafters. At the rest area, there is an observation point where there are three small waterfalls. The scenery was beautiful and impressive. At the end, I was treated to a bowl of locally produced vegetable soup. The bike ride was everything I hoped it would be and more.
Reviewer: The Finn
Unfortunately I don't remember the guides name, but he was good. Bus driver was driving unnecessary slowly on the small road. And we could been bicycling more. But other than that it was really a great time.
Great trip. They are just getting started and the infrastructure is all set up. Just need more participants. Made it great for us